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  • Philip's Qualities As An Effective Teacher 

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jan 3, 2003
    based on 163 ratings
     | 9,665 views

    Philip learned how to submit himself to the teaching of God before trying to make others understand his viewpoint. Too many teachers forget how important it is to listen to the Lord. Philip listened to the angel of God say to him, "Arise and go toward the

    Illustration:William A. Ward has said, "The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. Progress Magazine, December 23, 1992. Illustration: An item in "The Report Card" told of a study done in Colorado in which 3000 ...read more

  • Negotiating From A Position Of Strength

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Feb 16, 2003
    based on 35 ratings
     | 1,954 views

    Too few people learn how to negotiate from a position of strength, confidence and certainty. Philip presented Christ to the Samarians being mindful of his position of strength. First, Philip believed in the power of the gospel, the word of God, and in the

    1. Too few people learn how to negotiate from a position of strength, confidence and certainty. Philip presented Christ to the Samarians being mindful of his position of strength. First, Philip believed in the power of the gospel, the word of God, and in the person of Jesus Christ. When you ...read more

  • The Transformation Of The Twelve, Part Two Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on May 19, 2002
    based on 69 ratings
     | 2,493 views

    The Apostles were very human men, just like us. And just as Jesus took these diamonds in the rough and polished them into gems, so God wants us to reach our spiritual potential by spending time with Jesus.

    The Transformation of the Twelve, Part Two (Matt. 10:2-3) Main Idea: The Apostles were very human men, just like us. And just as Jesus took these diamonds in the rough and polished them into gems, so God wants us to reach our spiritual potential by spending time with Jesus. I. John, ...read more

  • Believers Have All The Elements Of Success If We Will Only Use Them 

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Feb 20, 2003
    based on 78 ratings
     | 2,844 views

    Too few people realize that God has given us everything we need for successful living in Christ Jesus. Most people assume that success is found through special connections, special methods or clever skills. Success is a favorable or satisfactory outcome o

    1. Too few people realize that God has given us everything we need for successful living in Christ Jesus. Most people assume that success is found through special connections, special methods or clever skills. Success is a favorable or satisfactory outcome or result it is the fulfillment of ...read more

  • Chasing Chariots

    Contributed by Tom Lovorn on Nov 20, 2000
    based on 514 ratings
     | 20,875 views

    As Phillip witnessed to the eunuch we would do well to chase chariots and share our faith by every possible means.

    Chasing Chariots Acts 8:26-39 Introduction A few days ago I received this true account over the Internet. A young man had just left his Wednesday evening Bible study. Sitting in his car he prayed, "Lord, we studied tonight about your speaking to Samuel. Do you still speak to people ...read more

  • The Scattered Church

    Contributed by Joe Harding on Aug 13, 2002
    based on 135 ratings
     | 15,062 views

    God has one desire for us: to go and share the good news!

    THE SCATTERED CHURCH ACTS 8: 1-8, 26-40 AUGUST 11, 2002 INTRODUCTION: Who knew it was so simple. Asking children in my Sunday school class, “If I sold my house and my car, had a big garage sale and gave all my money to the church, would I get to heaven?” “NO”! The children answered. “If I ...read more

  • Responding To Jesus' Call

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 17, 2002
    based on 21 ratings
     | 2,765 views

    Appraising our discipleship as a New Year approaches

    “Responding to Jesus’ Call” Rev Dr Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts Outline: A. Andrew and John, vss 35-39 B. Andrew and Peter, vss 40-42 C. Philip and Nathanael, vss 43-51 Introduction: We’ve read a record of how the earliest believers became followers ...read more

  • When The Spirit Moves Series

    Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Apr 26, 2002
    based on 45 ratings
     | 6,095 views

    This sermon describes the predictable attacks of Satan when the Spirit moves in a church or a person’s life and how we should respond to those attacks.

    When The Spirit Moves Acts 8:1-8 April 28, 2002 Intro: A. [illustration: From the sermon, "Spreading Power through Persecution" by John Piper, senior pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota] On January 9, 1985, a Congregational pastor in Bulgaria named Christo ...read more

  • Come And See: Principles For Evangelism

    Contributed by Devin Hudson on Jan 22, 2002
    based on 577 ratings
     | 40,192 views

    5th sermon in a John series

    Come and See: Principles for Evangelism John 1.35-51 It is perhaps the Christian’s greatest fear. What is it? personal evangelism, sharing one’s faith with another person. After all, I may not know what to say. They might ask me a question I cannot answer. I might fail. I am not gifted in ...read more

  • A Dedicated Partner In The Work Series

    Contributed by Larry Thompson on Jul 8, 2002
    based on 87 ratings
     | 11,118 views

    This is part one of a three part series examining the life of Phillip and the characteristics that the church should look for when considering a lay person for a leadership role.

    THE DEFINING OF A LEADER- Series Title PART ONE IN A SERIES OF THREE “A DEDICATED PARTNER IN THE WORK” - Sermon Title Acts 6:1-7 • ©Larry L. Thompson (2002) “In those days when the number of disciples was increasing, the Grecian Jews among them complained against the Hebraic Jews because ...read more

  • Lesson Of The Loaves

    Contributed by Bill Lobbs on Oct 20, 2000
    based on 457 ratings
     | 56,411 views

    In the miracle of the loaves and fishes there are five valuable lessons applicable for daily Christian living.

    Lesson of the Loaves Pastor Billy G. Lobbs Theme: Lessons learned from the feeding of the Five Thousand Text: John 6: 1-13, (KJV) "After these things Jesus were over the sea of Galilee which is the sea of Tiberius. And a great multitude ...read more

  • If Christ Was Not Raised

    Contributed by Alan Smith on Aug 16, 2002
    based on 100 ratings
     | 38,247 views

    If Christ was not raised, then there are some drastic consequences.

    Introduction: I want to share with you a story about a little boy named Philip. Philip was born with Down’s Syndrome. He was a happy child, but there was a lot of difference between him and other children his age. Philip went to Sunday School faithfully every week. He was in the third grade ...read more

  • Disciples Are Like Their Teacher ... They Forgive Series

    Contributed by Michael Mustian on Feb 13, 2002
    based on 22 ratings
     | 4,046 views

    This sermon is part of a series looking at four qualities of a disciple of Christ and focuses on forgiveness.

    Disciples Are Like Their Teacher … They Forgive Genesis 50:15-21; Matthew 18:25-35 I stumbled upon a copy of a letter that I had written back in college. It’s somewhat funny that I should find it now, because it tells of an event in my life that … well, I think I’ll just read it aloud to ...read more

  • Keeping Our Promises

    Contributed by Philip Nation on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 102 ratings
     | 4,232 views

    Remaining true to the covenant of holiness with God.

    KEEPING OUR PROMISES -- NEHEMIAH 13 Introduction: * Gen. William Booth of the Salvation Army: “I want you young men always to bear in mind that it is in the nature of a fire to go out; you must keep it stirred and fed and the ashes removed.” * Nehemiah had left Jerusalem to return to King ...read more

  • Is Your Life Built To Last?

    Contributed by Philip Gunther on Sep 4, 2001
    based on 125 ratings
     | 9,674 views

    A life built to last is constructed upon the person of Christ and by means of putting his words into practice.

    The Parable Of The Two Builders Rev. Philip A. Gunther Cathedrals & Towers Dedicated in 1093 AD, making it some 908 years old, Europe’s oldest gothic church stands proudly as a magnificent and massive architectural creation. Situated in the city of Winchester, in the county of Hampshire, ...read more