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  • A Good Name Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan L Vorce on Jul 10, 2021

    Proverbs 22:1-16 are instructions concerning the foundational principles of finances for our children. We will also cover home mortgages.

    Proverbs 22:1-15 Introduction • We could start with verse six because this passage is addressed to the parents of children. It begins with the phrase “A Good Name” as the backdrop for the wisdom given. Proverbs 22:6 - Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not more

  • Proberbs 22 - On Life And Conduct Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Jul 11, 2013
    based on 6 ratings

    This is a verse by verse look at Proverbs chapter 22.

    We will now look at Proverbs chapter twenty one: On Life and Conduct 1 A good name is to be more desired than great wealth, Favor is better than silver and gold. Proverbs 22:1 (NASB) Meyer says of this verse: Great riches are not always a great blessing. When they are held in trust for more

  • Character And Values Series

    Contributed by Okoye Benjamin on Sep 14, 2014


    The term values is used in many schools, but it can be a bit abstract. Virtues are values expressed in character, and character affects how we treat those around us. Character is a must for the sake of others as for our own sake. The perfect expression of this was Jesus Christ whom Christians more

  • Prosperity Comes With Humility, The Fear Of God, And Self-Discipline Series

    Contributed by Henry Trocino Jr. on Apr 2, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Part 10 of the Sermon Series, "Rich Man Poor Man in Proverbs"

    "The rich and the poor meet together; the LORD is the maker of them all. The prudent sees danger and hides himself, but the simple go on and suffer for it. The reward for humility and fear of the LORD is riches and honor and life. Thorns and snares are in the way of the crooked; whoever guards his more

  • Alcohol-Vs-You: Who Will Win The Battle?

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 1, 2013
    based on 3 ratings

    What are the long term ramifications of the recreational, pleasure use of alcohol as a beverage. What will that first drink mean for you in your future and the future of others?

    Today is the last Sunday of 2012. How has the year flown past so quickly? If you can remember way back to November we started taking a look at the Covenant of Christian Conduct which a person agrees to honor when they join the Church of The Nazarene and become members. Initially we took a more

  • Prescription For Rearing Children

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Mar 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    The concept of Training is not corporal punishment but 3 main ideas are involved here. (a) Dedication (b) Instruction and (c) Motivation.

    Introduction: What are you investing in today? Is it houses, bank balances, stock etc.! In verse 6 we see 2 ingredients in the prescription to rear children. • Train up a child ……….. • When he is old ………... The command of God involves 3 parts:- 1. The concept of Training [‘Train up’] – It more

  • Getting A Handle On Life Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Oct 27, 2014

    Life is more than bowl of cherries, and God wants us to take life seriously. He gives us specific hands-on instructions about how to do this in his Word. Today, we will examine three principles that summarize how to get a handle on life as believers.

  • "Raising Kids In An X Box Generation"

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on May 5, 2003
    based on 82 ratings

    Proverbs 22:6 gives to Biblical Principles that when applied to the Christian home provide Biblical values in a post modern generation.

    “Raising Kids in an X Box Generation” -Children are gifts from the Lord- Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not turn from it.” If you compare the amount of time our children and grandchildren are spending playing games or watching videos or more

  • Pause Before You Act (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Larry Wilson on Aug 9, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Following our series, THINK Before You Speak, this series carries the logic to our actions. Like the previous series, there are five points, corresponding to the fingers on the hand to be used as a mnemonic device. Solidly biblical and very practical.

    P-A-U-S-E Before You Act! Calvary Baptist Church July 10, 17, 31, August 7, 14, 2011 Proverbs 22:3 REVIEW: In a previous sermon series, we encouraged ourselves to T-H-I-N-K before we speak. In this message, we want to extend the technique to our actions. P-A-U-S-E before you act! T – more

  • Train Up A Child Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Feb 25, 2021

    Training the children according to biblical values and views has a longstanding effect on the lives of the Children, in the areas of good name, humility, and futuristic visions.

    Theme: Train up a Child Proverbs: Proverbs 22:1-16 Train up: Train up to use their skills, abilities, and talents to fulfill the will of God (Amplified). Train them to use those possessed spiritual qualities very creatively for the benefit of others, and society. Train up the child from the more

  • Fear (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Aug 9, 2021

    There are two kinds of fear: 1) Godly fear and 2) Ungodly fear. What are they? How to overcome our ungodly fear biblically?

    Today we will begin our sermon series on “The Bible and Emotional Problems.” The first topic we’ll talk about is “Fear,” which will be discussed in two sermons. Psychologists tell us that we are born with two fears: falling and noise, but we soon develop many more. Members of a psychology class more

  • Faith Not Folly

    Contributed by B H Grace on Apr 4, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    Do not fear during this pandemic, but use common sense or discernment.

    Some pastors are turning this stay home order into a 1st Amendment issue when it is a common sense issue. If there were gangs of men roaming the streets randomly killing women would you send your female loved ones out on shopping trips? If the numbers were only 2% of the women were wounded or more

  • Encouraging Words For Discouraging Times Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Mar 23, 2020

    It is easy to be discouraged in the midst of this virus. We need to live in hope.

    1. I am in a virtually empty building this morning. Last week we had a smaller than usual crowd but the enthusiasm was fabulous! a. No assemblies for three Sundays at least. We’ll stream the sermons and you can take the Lord’s Supper on your own today. b. I’m looking forward to the day we get back more

  • Fast Forward

    Contributed by Todd Pope on Nov 10, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Learning to fast forward our thinking about the consequences of our actions will lead to a more godly life.

    Have you ever been distracted? Accused of not paying attention? Look at some of these fine examples... It seems an epidemic has encompassed our culture. Distracted drivers. Have you ever passed someone shaving, putting on make-up, texting, eating, etc. while driving? Listen to these more

  • Our Name And Identity

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 24, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    This passage in Proverbs 22 illustrates our potential for our names, positions, judgments and behaviors.

    OUR NAME AND IDENTITY Text: Proverbs 22: 1 – 2, 8 – 9 & 22 – 23 Someone once said “True wealth is not found in gold, silver or other tangible forms of treasure. It is found in the possession of a reputation for honor, integrity, and justice”. (Walter Bruggemann, Charles B. Cousar, more