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  • Whose Call Will You Answer? Series

    Contributed by Paul Basehore on Aug 19, 2015
    based on 5 ratings
     | 9,938 views

    We all have to hear the call of the world and the call of our Savior. It’s up to us, though, how much we listen, and how much attention we pay to each call.

    Calling -- Whose Call Will You Answer? Since school is starting (or already has started), I wanted to begin a new series on calling and what it means to be called. Before we can really get into the meat and potatoes of calling, I felt it important to first describe the different callings at work ...read more

  • Yolo: You Only Live Once

    Contributed by on Jan 1, 2014
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,933 views

    We only have one life to live: What are we doing to make it count for eternity?

    YOLO: YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE INTRO TO TOPIC: Who knows what Carpe diem means? What about Memento mori? • Carpe diem: “Seize the day.” And Memento mori: “Remember that you will die.” • There is a new one popular in youth culture: YOLO: You only live once. Same ...read more

  • I Will Watch My Ways Series

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Nov 23, 2012
    based on 194 ratings
     | 33,651 views

    1- I will watch my mouth 2- I will watch my days 3- I will watch my hope

    INTRO.- I will watch my ways. Why would we ever want to watch our ways in life? One of the things my dad used to say to me was, “Pay attention to what you’re doing.” It pays to pay attention to whatever you are doing and especially, when you are driving an automobile. We ...read more

  • Measure Our Days

    Contributed by Duane Smith on Jul 21, 2010
    based on 13 ratings
     | 7,487 views

    The purpose of this message is to show us the brevity of life and encourage us to pursue things of everlasting value.

    MEASURE OUR DAYS Psalm 39:4-7 INTRODUCTION: A. What are you planning on doing tomorrow? 1. How about next week? 2. Got plans for next month or even next year? 3. I ask these questions because we are prone to think that life is both predictable and controllable. a. I doubt ...read more

  • 50 Is The New 50

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 7, 2010
    based on 23 ratings
     | 11,725 views

    I'm oldner than dirt but I'm determined to live for the Lord in every way as He renews me day by day.

    Life is going way too fast…I’m halfway to one hundred and am now officially “over the hill.” This year is my 25th college class reunion, Emily is graduating from college, Lydia is graduating from high school, Beth and I are celebrating our 25th anniversary this summer, and ...read more

  • My Spiritual Bucket List

    Contributed by Larry Finley on Oct 13, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,585 views

    Things I want changed in my life before I die.

    MY SPIRITUAL BUCKET LIST 10-11-09 Psalm 39:1-12 1. VICTORY OVER MY TONGUE Vs. 1-2 James 3:2 For in many things we offend all. If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able also to bridle the whole body. A. Pointed Purpose 1. Psalms 17:3 … I am purposed ...read more

  • Setting Priorities In Life Series

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Jun 16, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 9,892 views

    Using the movie, The Bucket List, as a platform for setting our priorities in life and living by them.

    [Give everybody a yellow pad of paper to take notes, and collect the pads in buckets at the end of the service. Have people put their bucket list in buckets anonymously so we can read them over the next few weeks.] Setting Priorities in Life -- What Really Matters -- Living Life on ...read more

  • Reality Of Death

    Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on Mar 3, 2008
    based on 46 ratings
     | 13,238 views

    Funeral sermon on death

    "Lord, make me to know mine end, and the measure of may days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am.” Psalm 39:4 The ancient Egyptians were wiser than we are. For at every feast there was always one extraordinary guest who sat at the head of the table. This veiled guest ate not, drank not, ...read more

  • For Just A Little While

    Contributed by Arnold Anoya on Aug 8, 2007
    based on 18 ratings
     | 2,680 views

    Because life is short, you shouldn’t be idle. Make the best use of your life in discovering and doing God’s purpose in these end times.

    “Lord, remind me how brief my time on earth will be. Remind me that my days are numbered, and that my life is fleeing away.” - Psalm 39:4 Psalm 119:19 - “I am here on earth for just a little while.” (TEV) I. TO MAKE THE BEST USE OF YOUR LIFE, YOU MUST NEVER FORGET TWO TRUTHS: 1.Compared with ...read more

  • Looking Forward Series

    Contributed by Dean O'bryan on Aug 2, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 7,456 views

    The second of a two part series at the beginning of the New Year; this one, regarding what can we give ourselves to as a new year dawns.

    Trinity Baptist Church January 14, 2007 Looking forward (Psalm 39:4-6) (Played “Resolve” video from www.sermonspice.com) That video addresses it: a year begins and many of us get -- temporarily -- motivated to set goals, make promises or lay out new directions. Some of those actually ...read more

  • Changing Our View Of Time

    Contributed by Brooks Sayer on Mar 16, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 5,311 views

    Viewing the days of our lives as God would have us.

    Hi. ON LIVESCIENCE.com - On the Front page of YAHOO Today Scientists made a fascinating discovery – you cannot travel back in time. Apparently we are stuck in the present. “They say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself” - Andy Warhol “The ...read more

  • Things To Do Before I Die

    Contributed by Michael Martin on Mar 10, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,847 views

    I have accomplished a lot of physical things, but there are some Spiritual things I’d like to do, before I die!

    (Psalm 39:1-13) "O spare me, that I may recover strength, before I go hence, and be no more." The Psalmist asks God to give him strength to accomplish these things before "I go hence, and be no more." (v. 13) In other words, these are things he wants to do before he dies. I have a ...read more

  • A Look Back Series

    Contributed by Dean O'bryan on Jan 8, 2007
    based on 62 ratings
     | 35,569 views

    First of a two part series at the beginning of the new year. Three questions to ask ourselves about how we’ve been doing spiritually -- a "New Year’s check up" on the status quo.

    Trinity Baptist Church January 7, 2006 A Look Back Psalm 39:4-6 Patty and I joined a gym a while back. There’s something different about this one. You don’t just join and then show up and begin working out on your own. Early in your membership, you have an ...read more

  • What Wait I For

    Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on Nov 4, 2006
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,378 views

    WHAT WAIT I FOR, the DEMAND will never be greater; WHAT WAIT I FOR, the DIRECTIONS will never be clearer; WHAT WAIT I FOR, the DAY will never be better; WHAT WAIT I FOR, the DECREES will never be surer

    WHAT WAIT I FOR Psalm 39 Psalm 39 is probably a continuation of Psalm 38. David is still in the same dreadful plight of man who has been stricken by God. It was written by David who is suffering under the stoke of God for his flagrant sin with Bathsheba and for his of Uriah, one of ...read more

  • Am I Tardy Again?

    Contributed by Dean Meadows on Aug 15, 2006
    based on 5 ratings
     | 1,030 views

    This sermon is to Chirstians and the lost in the things we should not be late in.

    Am I tardy again? 8/7/2006 Psalm 39:4-11 Just a few Wednesdays ago we were getting ready to start service and to my surprise several of our, let’s just say, “late comers” were not only there in time, but early. I had to look at my watch twice. And before anyone who has a ...read more