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  • Sermon On The Mount - Part 3 Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Jun 17, 2019

    Part 3 in a 14-part series of studies I call “The Christian Character” as described by Jesus to a crowd of people on a Galilean hillside as he delivered what is more familiarly known as the “Sermon on the Mount.” In this part we examine the beatitude, “Blessed are those who mourn.”

    Sermon on the Mount The Christian Character Matthew 5:3 - 7:27 (Cf. Luke 6:20-49) Part 3 - Beatitudes – those who mourn This is Part 3 in a 14-part series of studies I call “The Christian Character” as described by Jesus to a crowd of people on a Galilean hillside as he delivered what is more more

  • Don't Give Up...great Things Take Time

    Contributed by John Daniel Johnson on Sep 30, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    True believers can't give up. That what we feel is a setback is only a setup for the Savior to step through. Don't give up...great things take time!

    Scripture Reference: Psalm 137:1-4 Preached at Mount Zion Baptist Church on June 10, 2018 Delivered by Rev. John Daniel Johnson Introduction: Israel had been in captivity as slave in Egypt. After nearly 400 years of captivity, they were allowed to leave and follow Moses to the Promised Land of more

  • Cuarto Domingo De Cuaresma

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 7, 2018

    Hoy es Domingo de Laetare— de la palabra Latina que es un imperativo: “Alégrense”

    Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma Hoy es Domingo de Laetare— de la palabra Latina que es un imperativo: “Alégrense” Para ilustrar este tema, quisiera comenzar con un cuento de buen humor. Resulta que había un predicador famoso que estaba tratando de enseñar a su clase hacer sus more

  • Lent4b—rejoice Sunday

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 2, 2018

    The theology of enjoyment in the Book of Ecclesiastes is repeated over and over: find enjoyment and satisfaction in your work.

    It’s optional— when the Church’s sacred ministers wear “pink” on Laetare Sunday —the Fourth Sunday of Lent. The word is from the Latin word for the command “rejoice!” To illustrate this theme: A famous preacher was trying to teach his students to make their facial expressions harmonize more

  • Don't Kill The Mockingbird

    Contributed by J Richison on Aug 10, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    We must not lose our song in the darkness of night.

    Don't Kill The Mockingbird “To Kill a Mockingbird” was a novel published in 1960 by a lady named Harper Lee. It was a book dealing with racial inequality. Based on a story of a white attorney representing a black man who was accused of raping a white woman. The book was made into a movie in more

  • God's Enduring Love

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jun 1, 2017

    Message uses God's dealings with Israel to teach about the love of God.

    God’s Enduring Love Jeremiah 31:3-4 Richard Tow 8/21/16 Intro Our text this morning is Jer. 31:3-4. “The LORD has appeared of old to me, saying: ‘Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you. 4 Again I will build you, and you shall be more

  • Don't Lose Your Song

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Apr 25, 2016

    What can take away our song? (Title and material taken from Brandon Web at:

    HoHum: Kory Wilcoxon- Gary, who was in his 50s, was mentally disabled, and had the mental capacity of a six- or seven-year-old. He also had one of the worst singing voices I’ve ever heard. His singing was slurred and never close to the right key. And he didn’t have the social more

  • The Lost Song In A Backslider’s Life

    Contributed by David Radcliff on Mar 11, 2016

    How to regain your joy.

    THE LOST SONG IN A BACKSLIDER’S LIFE Text: Psalm 137:1-7 INTRODUCTION: Here is a song soaked with tears. A backslidden people have lost their ability to sing the Lord’s song. The harps that were dedicated to give praise to God are silent now by the River of Babylon (world). The harps more

  • How Shall We Sing In A Strange Land?

    Contributed by John Crisp on Jul 13, 2014
    based on 3 ratings

    How shall we sing the Lords song in a strange land?

  • Engaging The Enemy

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 8, 2013

    Psalm 137 begins with heart-breaking pathos and ends with shocking hostility.

    Psalm 137 begins with heart-breaking pathos and ends with shocking hostility. The children of Israel were taken by force from their homeland, a place given them by God. In captivity they sat by the edge of the Euphrates and wept, overcome with despair. Anyone who has suffered a significant loss more

  • Jarring Our Memories

    Contributed by Rick Pendleton on Jan 24, 2013

    We need Thanksgiving to jar our memories

    JARRING OUR MEMORIES PSALM 137:1-4 Jarring our memories Baker/Cup bearer dreams and Joseph "Yet the cup bearer did not remember Joseph but forgot him" 40:23 Pharoah's dream jars cup bearer's memory FORGETFULNESS LED TO THANKLESSNESS Perhaps something has jarred your more

  • You Don't Have The Right To Remain Silent Series

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Jan 16, 2012
    based on 10 ratings

    Background for Nehemiah series, motivating the decimated. In this message we talk about the morale of the Jews who long ago had hung up their harps and how Nehemiah had to some how motivate them to build again.

  • Singing In A Foreign Land

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Feb 20, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Have you lost your song in a foreign land or ’far country’? The Jewish people did in Babylon...this message offers helps on how to return...(the audio has much more than does the manuscript)

    Singing In a Foreign Land Psalm 137:1-4 * Our Psalm today is written by some unknown writer toward the end of the Jewish captivity. It appears to be a report of the feeling of the Jewish people at this time. In it, we can discover some common truths that we have with the Jewish people. Let’s more

  • How To Get Out Of Babylon

    Contributed by Spencer Miller on Jun 29, 2010
    based on 17 ratings

    Babylon is more than a ancient land mentioned in the Bible. Babylon is anywhere we as believers don't belong. It is being held captive by the devil.

    INTRODUCTION: The sentiment of the Israelites during this difficult time in their history is summed up there in the fourth verse. "How shall we sing the Lord's song in this strange land?" In other words, we really don't belong here in Babylon. We are aliens here. We are refugees here. We are more

  • Dreams, Tears And A Song

    Contributed by Malcolm Coby on Feb 22, 2010
    based on 8 ratings

    We have dreams that are interrupted by situations that result in tears, but God gives us a song of hope and a pre-determined purpose.

    Dreams, Tears and A Song Scripture Text: Psalm 137:1-4 Focus: HOPE, PURPOSE, and RESTORATION The hopes and dreams of people are often shattered by the unexpected or the undesired events of life. This is a word about the process of restoration. We have dreams that are interrupted by more