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  • #17 Understanding Love: Failure Is Not The End

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 1, 2016

    This is part #17 in UNDERSTANDING LOVE. THIS IS A GOOD LESSON as part of the seies or a stand alone lesson. Failure is not failure unless we make the choice to not get up and try again. Many Biblical characters appeared as failures UNTIL...

    #17 UNDERSTANDING LOVE: FAILURE IS NOT THE END HOPE BEYOND THE VISUAL FIELD... BEYOND EMOTIONS LOVE WALKS BY FAITH By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. IF YOU DO THE WHOLE LESSON IT IS MORE THAN ONE PART. TEXT: Romans 1:17 For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to more

  • The Way Of Forgiveness

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Mar 3, 2016
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    Forgiveness is what most expect from others but is the hardest thing for us to do for others.

    The way of Forgiveness Psalms 51:1-13 Introduction- Good Morning everyone, This morning I am going off road a little bit on my sermon because most of the times I want to recruit warriors to carry the message of the cross. Today, I want you to be a bit selfish. I want you to think about more

  • A Man After God's Own Heart

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 11, 2018
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    How could David be the man after God's own heart?

    The Prayer of a Man After God’s Own Heart Psalm 51:1-19 The first thing that we come across when we turn to Psalm 51 is that it is a Psalm of David. In 1 Samuel 13:14, God tells the prophet Samuel that after rejecting Saul as king, that He was going to replace Saul with a man after His own heart. more

  • Forgiveness

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jun 18, 2018

    Forgiveness as seen in Psalm 51

    “Forgiveness - Psalm 51” Two little brothers, Harry and James, had finished supper and were playing until bedtime. Somehow, Harry hit James with a stick, and tears and bitter words followed. Charges and accusations were still being made as mother prepared them for bed. The mother instructed, more

  • Self-Inflicted Storms Series

    Contributed by Douglas Mcdaris on Mar 4, 2012
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    David acknowledged and abhorred the causes of his storm, however, he appreciated the cure for his storm as well.

    SELF-INFLICTED STORMS Psalm 51:1-19 Who suffered the most severe storm, Job or David? Job's storm destroyed family, finances, friends, and threatened his faith. However, David endured a more severe storm! Job endured a Satan-inflicted storm; David endured a "Self inflicted Storm." Satan, more

  • Serving Despite Our Past

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Jun 29, 2012
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    Message focuses on how Satan uses ou past sins to keep us from helping others come out of theirs.

    Serving Despite Our Past Scripture: Matthew 7:3; 5; Psalm 51; 2 Samuel 11:1-6; 12:1-9; 12-13 Introduction: In my previous message from my series “A Slave for Christ” I shared with you more on the life of Paul and how he chose to sell out to Christ after his conversion. I shared more

  • Under The Judgment Of God Series

    Contributed by Rob Hall on Nov 19, 2012

    Psa. 50 took us into the big courtroom of God, Ps. 51 reveals a heart in God's courtroom, one who feels God's scrutiny and his own sinfulness

    UNDER THE JUDGMENT OF GOD Text: Ps. 51 Intro 1. We’ve seen the judgment motif in several of the Psalms Ps. 73—from afar, considering it making sense of things Ps. 50---more up close—God judging his people of the covenant 2. Now in Ps. 51, traditionally the psalm of David more

  • Luggage Longing To Be Lost

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Feb 16, 2013
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    God in his mercy and grace hears us, renews and restores us, when we are broken and repentent.

    The Season of Lent… is something of a roller coaster ride in which we confront our own sinfulness in light of the suffering of Christ. And yet during this time of introspection we are also keenly aware of how the story ends with Christ’[s victory over sin and death. This morning we more

  • Have Mercy On Me, O God Series

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Oct 6, 2012
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    David’s prayer of repentance after he committed adultery with Bathsheba. 1- A prayer of confession 2- A prayer of concession 3- A prayer of cleansing 4- A prayer of commitment

    INTRO.- ILL.- Sometimes women are overly suspicious of their husbands. When Adam stayed out very late for a few nights, Eve became upset. "You’re running around with other women," she charged. "You’re being unreasonable," Adam responded. "You’re the only woman on earth." The quarrel continued more

  • A Genuine Repentance Series

    Contributed by Ricardo Rodriguez on Oct 31, 2012

    Psalm 51 is a manual or model to follow for recognizing the multiple mercies of God through His forgiveness. David in flesh lived and experiment that nobody can escape the judgment of God trying to hide his own sin. So we recall that God has prepared a

    Ice-breaker: What do you think is more difficult to recognize, an error and to repent? Scriptures: Psalm 51:1-12, Revelations 2:21-23, Proverbs 28:13. INTRODUCTION Psalm 51 is a manual or model to follow for recognizing the multiple mercies of God through His forgiveness. David in flesh more

  • Revival For The Church

    Contributed by George Crumbly on Apr 25, 2012
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    A message encouraging the church to be the church

    Psalm 51:1-13 “Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast love; according to your abundant mercy blot out my transgressions. Wash me thoroughly from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. For I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me. Against you, you alone, have I more

  • Planning And Packing Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Feb 25, 2013
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    This is an introduction to Psalm 51.

    I hope that you all know that today marks the first Sunday of Lent, which is the season of preparation for our greatest Christian celebration, that of the Resurrection of Jesus. I won’t be at all surprised if that comes as news to many of you, especially as the official beginning of Lent more

  • Ash Wednesday- David's Call For Repentance

    Contributed by Brian Stephens on Mar 11, 2013

    This sermon was used Ash Wednesday and describes King David's call for repentance.

    Ash Wednesday Feb 13, 2012 Tonight we come as a church and do a self-examination before our Lord. Its an extended time of prayer and preparation for the celebration of Christ resurrection. Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Around 230 AD, a group of Christians started more

  • The Cleansing Shower Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Mar 13, 2013

    After David's confession of his sin, he asks God to purify and renew him.

    The cross is such an ironic symbol. In context, 2000 years ago, a cross was a horrible instrument of torture and death, it was feared and reviled, it was a punishment so dehumanizing that it was to be a major deterrent to crime, and those sentenced to death on a cross were humiliated and debased. more

  • A Psad, Psad Psong Series

    Contributed by Lynn Malone on Jul 25, 2015

    David's prayer of confession came as a result of a sad time in his life, but it became a song of grace and forgiveness.

    I love old homes. They have character, charm and history, and they have high ceilings. Most old homes have front porches, too. I love front porches. For all the warmth, charm and character old homes have, they often leave a lot to be desired. For one thing, the floors creak when you walk. For more