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  • The Ultimate Christian Blessing: To Bless The Lord Series

    Contributed by Dr. Dave Hartson on Jun 8, 2021
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    The biggest hinderance as to why Christian men and women don't bless the Lord like we ought to is that we are quick to forget what God has done for us in the past. And our focus is centered on what God needs to do for us now.

    Introduction: As you all should know by now, we are priest according to the New Testament. And as priest, we are to bless strangers; bless our church; and bless our family. And then last week, I asked you to bring your priestly duties to even a higher level by blessing those who hurt you. Today, more

  • Psalm 103 - A Psalm Of Personal, Passion, Perpetual Praise! Series

    Contributed by Thomas Fortini on Mar 23, 2021

    We spend most of our time in prayer asking for things, that are many times related to this lifetime, but we should spend more time in prayer praising and thanking God for what he has already given us eternally in Christ!…

    I once heard a humorous little story, that is based on the imagery that is captured in Revelation 5:8, that will serve well as an introduction to today’s message… Revelation 5:8b the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb. Each one had a harp and they were more

  • Thanksgiving Focus Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 10, 2021

    David starts this Psalm by telling himself to praise the Lord, and he ends it by telling himself to do it again. If we would tell ourselves as we begin the day to praise the Lord and not forget all His benefits, and if we would end the day by doing the same, we would be different people.

    You will, no doubt, think me strange for saying it, but I am thankful for my ignorance. It gives me so much to be thankful for. My vast ocean of ignorance is my playground where I can fish for new insights, and I can dive for the sunken treasure of golden truths that lay hidden in God's Word. more

  • To Keep, To Climb, To Fight

    Contributed by Lorraine Greeff on Feb 5, 2021
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    I realize that this text is a very common text, is preached often. yet how many of us stay in the fight to finish it, can we say that we have truly finished the race,

    TO KEEP, TO CLIMB, TO FIGHT (So, to understand the text, we need to know that Paul and Timothy were speaking to each other as student and teacher with Paul trying to inspire and encourage but with warnings.) Turn with me to 2 Timothy 4:1-7. I charge you therefore before God and the Lord Jesus more

  • Thank The Lord Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Jan 2, 2021

    David’s life was a mixture of good and evil, mixed with noble deeds, high aspirations, great accomplishments, and stained with terrible and grave sins of Adultery and Murder. However, he was known as a man of righteousness because he never became an unthankful man for what God has done to him.

    Psalm 103:1-5, Praise the Lord or Thank you, Lord David’s life was a mixture of good and evil, mixed with noble deeds, high aspirations, great accomplishments, and stained with terrible and grave sins of Adultery and Murder. “An unlimited power leads a person to an ungrateful life and more

  • How Do You Cultivate A Heart Of Gratitude When You Are A Cynic Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Nov 29, 2020

    How do you cultivate a heart of gratitude when you are a cynic? Pastor Jeff shares six reasons to be thankful from Psalm 103:1-5.

    How to Cultivate a Heart of Gratitude Psalm 103:1-5 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams Chenoa Baptist Church 11-29-2020 Grumpstaking? I recently came across an article written by Allison Hope. After I share her thoughts, you will see the irony of her name. She makes the case that 2020 is not more

  • Disciplining Our Thought Life Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Oct 26, 2020
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    We all live in the world between our ears. Our quality of life depends on the way we manage our thoughts. Message expounds Philippians 4:8 and explores how we develop a disciplined mind.

    We all live in the world between our ears! During this message today we will all have different experiences. Just because we’re all listening to the same message or sitting in the same sanctuary does not mean we’re having the same experience. There will be similarities. But your experience is more

  • Cultivating Joy And Gentleness Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Oct 12, 2020
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    Joy in the Lord and gentleness in dealing with others affect our quality of life. When we are thinking right about God and our relationship with Him, joy and gentleness naturally flows.

    Intro In Philippians 4:1 we are given the directive to “stand fast in the Lord.” i That is followed by a series of exhortations that tell us how to do that. The exhortation in verses 2-3 is about maintaining unity in the congregation. That is not always easy to do, is it? That’s why Ephesians 4 more

  • Forget Not All His Benefits

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Sep 15, 2020
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    If we don’t get into the habit of thanking God for what we DO have we’ll soon become ungrateful because of what we DON’T have. (PowerPoints Available - #423)

    MELVIN NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (PowerPoints used with this message are available at no charge. Just email me at & request PP #423.) Text: Psalms more

  • Crowned With Blessings

    Contributed by Jamey Stewart on May 3, 2020

    The message reminds one of the crowns God places upon the lives of those who follow Him...Forgiveness, Healing, Redemption, Kindness, & Mercy!

    Blessings We Cannot Forget (2b) Psalms 103:1-5 1. He Forgives All My Iniquities (3a) - Forgiveness is the first gift we can receive for God. - Through forgiveness our relationship with God is restored (Life In the Spirit Bible$ 2. He Heals All Our more

  • Don’t Look Back: New Year’s Sermon

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Jan 5, 2020
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    There is a danger in looking back at the past. The New Year’s sermon reminds us not to look back, but to look ahead to the future that is as bright as the promises of God.

    Don’t Look Back A New Year’s Sermon Chuck Sligh January 5, 2020 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find the sermon in my archives. TEXT: Luke 9:62 – “And Jesus more

  • Jesus The Amazing Teacher Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Jan 4, 2020

    The one thing we can never do with Jesus is be bored by Him. We can reject Him, we can receive Him, we can love or hate him, but he can never be boring. We notice in Mark that people are often Astounded or Amazed by Jesus - and we should be as well.

    JESUS IS AMAZING: AN AMAZING TEACHER Text: Mark 1:21-45; Psalm 103:1-5 Introduction The one thing we can never do with Jesus is be bored by Him. We can reject Him, we can receive Him, we can love or hate him, but he can never be boring. We notice in Mark that people are often Astounded or Amazed more

  • Forget Not All His Benefits

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 25, 2019

    Neglecting to regularly thank God is a sin, but thanking Him frequently blesses His Name and blesses our walk with Him.

    Forget Not All His Benefits Psalm 103:1-5, 2 Chronicles 32:24-26 1. Most of us are looking forward to an amazing Thanksgiving dinner – a small version of what we had at church last Wednesday night. 2. But what if you burn the bird? There is a positive way of looking at it: • Salmonella more

  • Thankful To God For All His Benefits

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Nov 23, 2019

    Psalm 103 has much to say to us about being thankful to God. What I would like to do this morning is talk about some verses and then give us an opportunity to praise God for these things and offer Him our thanks and our elders will pray for us as well.

    THANKFUL TO GOD FOR ALL HIS BENEFITS PSALM 103:1-22 #Thanksgiving2019 INTRODUCTION… Warning Labels (p) [Images of Funny Warning Labels 1-11] Some of these warning labels are funnier than others. Others of them make you think as to why the label had to be created… probably because someone more

  • 5 Reasons To Give Thanks

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Oct 11, 2019
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    Give thanks for: 1) God Himself (Ps.103:1), 2) God's Benefits (Ps. 103:2), 3) God's Forgiveness and Healing (Ps. 103:3), 4) God's Redemption, love & Mercy (Ps. 103:4), and finally: 5) God's Satisfaction & Renewal (Ps.103:5)

    Psalm 103:1-5[103:1] Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name! [2] Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits, [3] who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, [4] who redeems your life from the pit, who crowns you with steadfast love more