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  • A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

    Contributed by Richard Jumper on May 24, 2005
    based on 26 ratings
     | 12,604 views

    A Mighty Fortress is our God has often been called the "Battle Hymn of the Reformation" but it also contains the words about our God who fights for you today against sin, death and the devil himself.

    "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" has often been called "the Battle Hymn of the Reformation." It is a hymn that is usually saved for Reformation Day, but very rarely used outside of this day. It is a tribute to it’s’ writer, Martin Luther, as one of his three greatest accomplishments. Probably ...read more

  • It Is Well With My Soul Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Aug 29, 2002
    based on 205 ratings
     | 20,510 views

    Ruth, Pt. 2

    IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL (RUTH 1:1-18) The hymn “It is Well with My Soul” was written by Horatio Spafford after a series of disasters struck his family. Spafford, a successful businessman and a close friend of the evangelist D.L. Moody, had lost his only son at about the same time the Chicago fire ...read more

  • Joseph - A Man Of Integrity And Forgivenss

    Contributed by Tony Kwan on Dec 30, 2002
    based on 327 ratings
     | 61,336 views

    a summary and reflection on the life of Joseph

    Joseph – a man of integrity and forgiveness Introduction Today’s message provides a summary and reflection on the life of Joseph. There are 3 senior public servants from the Bible: Nehemiah, Daniel and Joseph. All three are Hebrews who attained the most senior public service post in a ...read more

  • Creating Your Roadmap To Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by Ely Lambert on Jan 3, 2003
    based on 56 ratings
     | 8,172 views

    In the journey of life forgiveness must happen for us to live as Christians, but what a hard task. This sermon begins a process of understanding how we can truly forgive those who are our oppressors.

    Creating Your Roadmap to Forgiveness Destination Forgiveness Preached at the Laurel Church of Christ On January 5, 2003 Introduction: I. “Not long before she died in 1988, in a moment of surprising candor in television, Marghanita Laski, one of our best-known secular humanists and novelists, ...read more

  • The Significance Of The Resurection

    Contributed by Howard Duer on Apr 12, 2005
    based on 30 ratings
     | 4,071 views

    Resurection is the most significant event in the history of mankind. It offers us answers to the greatest questions asked. Is there life after death? What will it be like? What meaning does it have for us now? Christ’s bodily resurection is our proof f

    I Got a Big One: When the Pope visited Colorado he was anxious to get to an important meeting. The limousine assigned to pick him up did so and off they went. The Catholic chauffeur knew it was the “Holy Father” riding in the car and wouldn’t consider going faster than 55 mph. However, the Pope, ...read more

  • Too Little, Too Late Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Jul 27, 2003
    based on 120 ratings
     | 10,193 views

    Parables of Eternal Life, Part 9 of 9

    TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE (MATT. 25:31-46) Shortly after the Pope had apologized to the nation of Israel for the treatment of Jews by the Catholic Church over the years, Ehud Barak, the leader of Israel, sent back a message to the College of Cardinals. The proposal was for a friendly game of golf to be ...read more

  • What Are You Doing? Anything?

    Contributed by Charles Whatley on May 20, 2004
    based on 54 ratings
     | 3,834 views

    We know the goal, but we keep running off down "rabbit trails." We keep letting ourselves be distracted away from the important things.

    Bill Bright tells the story of a farmer who told his wife he was going out to plow the "south forty." He got off to an early start so he could oil the tractor. He needed more oil, so he went to the shop to get it. On the way to the shop he noticed the pigs weren’t fed. So he proceeded to the ...read more

  • A Unified World Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 27, 2002
    based on 60 ratings
     | 4,853 views

    This is the 5th sermon in the series "The End". This sermon looks at a one-world system under the Antichrist.

    Sunday Evening, April 28, 2002 Bel Aire Baptist Church Series: “The End” [#5] A UNIFIED WORLD Daniel 2:31-45 Introduction: 1. As we have studied over the last several weeks, it is apparent that God is making preparations for the tribulation. 2. I want to spend one more week on ...read more

  • The Great Harlot

    Contributed by Kenneth Wooley on Aug 2, 2003
    based on 64 ratings
     | 5,810 views

    The end of the apostate religious system going all the way back to Babel.

    There is a sense in which Karl Marx statement that ’religion is the opium of the masses’ is true, states John MacArthur. People are religious because God created them to be worshippers. If they will not worship the true God, they will worship someone or something else. We look around and we think ...read more

  • The Senior Saint Who Asked God For A Mountain

    Contributed by Evie Megginson on Apr 26, 2004
    based on 127 ratings
     | 13,578 views

    AS WE LOOK INTO THE LIFE OF CALEB, WE SEE THAT HE WAS A FAVORED MAN, A FAITHFUL MAN, A FEARLESS MAN,A FOLLOWING MAN, A FRUITFUL MAN,AND A FIGHTING MAN.

    THE SENIOR SAINT WHO ASKED GOD FOR A MOUNTAIN JOSHUA 14:1-3 J. Hudson Taylor was the founder of the China Inland Mission. One day a man, attempting to find out the difficulties of missionary work, asked Hudson Taylor, what is the hardest mission in the world? Without any hesitation ...read more

  • Forgive? Who Me?

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Jan 31, 2005
    based on 18 ratings
     | 1,743 views

    We desire, and expect God’s forgiveness when we ask. But it is so hard to offer that forgiveness to others when they sin against us.

    Forgive? Who Me? Matthew 18:21-35 I remember this story about a famous person in American history, and for the life of me, I can’t remember who it was. Anyway, this person was asked one Sunday afternoon about the worship service he attended that morning. “What did the preacher preach about?” ...read more

  • "Examining Christmas Traditions"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Dec 2, 2003
    based on 280 ratings
     | 10,188 views

    This is an informal Wednesday Night Bible Study, examining why we celebrate Christmas on December 25th, what year Jesus was really born, what the Inn was like, and who the Wise Men were.

    “Examining Christmas Traditions” (A Wednesday Night Bible Study) INTRODUCTION: TONIGHT, I want us to informally take a closer look at just a few of the Christmas traditions. I. WHEN WAS JESUS BORN? A. The Year Throughout history, calendars have been dated according to important ...read more

  • Forgiven Series

    Contributed by Joey Nelson on Mar 12, 2002
    based on 58 ratings
     | 5,701 views

    The parable of the two debtors in the context of Simon, the woman, and Jesus, yields four tributaries of thought which flow into the one great truth of forgiveness.

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: Just about every Saturday, a man especially given to neatness, went into his barbershop for a haircut. So this one Saturday he told his barber that he was going to Rome. The barber asked what airline he was going to take. The man responded "Delta" The barber ...read more

  • How Will You Be Remembered?, Peter And His 3 Paths

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Apr 22, 2005
    based on 67 ratings
     | 17,966 views

    3 Paths Peter took, his denial, dedication, decision all lead him to become the man that God had always intended.

    “How will you be remembered?” Peter and his 3 paths… Over the past two weeks I have been spending a lot of time watching the news about the Pope’s death. Any time a public figure passes away like the Pope or Mother Teresa, Princess Di you can always expect that there are going to be countless ...read more

  • Keep Right...god Working

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Jul 2, 2003
    based on 102 ratings
     | 10,986 views

    While on vacation, I came across road construction signs "Keep Right...men at work". In Acts 3:1-11, we see that God is at work through Peter and John.

    July 2, 2003 Title: Keep Right, God Working Text: Acts 3:1-11 Introduction Thanks for all your prayers for us while we were on vacation! We had a wonderful time! I’ll have to be honest, I was looking forward to going on vacation... but I certainly was NOT looking forward to: the ...read more