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  • Psalm 90 – A Passion For The Present Moment

    Contributed by Joey Nelson on May 4, 2006
    based on 21 ratings

    There will come a time for you when God drops a sign in your life that causes you to seriously question your life-path, your priorities and be forced to deal with your dreams and aspirations. It is a defining moment when you see life screaming by, you que

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: I’m reminded of the sign that was posted on the land of an Indiana farmer who had a problem with people taking a short-cut by cutting across his land. The potential trespasser would read: “If you are going to cross this field, you had better do it in 9.8 seconds; more

  • "Does It Matter How Long We Live?”

    Contributed by Donovan Myers on Aug 24, 2005
    based on 49 ratings

    Death is often perceived as the enemy, but could there be another perspective?

    Psalm 90 is the oldest psalm and was written by Moses. It was written during a very bleak time in Hebrew history. Moses was commissioned by God to lead the Israelites out of Egyptian bondage. After the miraculous escape through the Red Sea, Moses leads them toward the Promised Land, a land flowing more

  • Another Day, Another Millennium

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 4, 2003
    based on 9 ratings

    If the Lord were to ask what we have done with the last millennium, we would have to report that we never learned peace instead of war or love instead of hate. Our agenda for the new millennium needs to be justice, peace, and mission.

    Here it comes again, the end of another year! How soon it gets here after Christmas! Isn’t it astonishing? Don’t you wish they could throw in another week or two before the end of the year? We need to get over the rush of Christmas before we have to face the year’s end? I know the Post more

  • "Who Is God?"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on May 16, 2003
    based on 94 ratings

    A systematic devotional study

    When I was a boy I remember my father describing the God he grew up with. That God was a muscular, white-haired, bearded, royal figure, sitting on His golden throne sporting a scowl and just waiting for my father to make a mistake. Not long ago I saw a list of responses a class of more

  • Throwing Dirt, Clay Balls?

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Jun 17, 2003
    based on 21 ratings

    We look at how easy it is to throw away things of great value, like time, minutes.

    AM I THROWING AWAY DIRT, CLAY BALLS? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. I ponder time! 1 Cor. 9:27    But I keep under my body, and bring it into subjection; lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway. 2 Cor. 6:2 NOW IS THE ACCEPTED more

  • Party Line--Discovering The Hazards Of Interference

    Contributed by Leo Launio on Oct 14, 2003
    based on 37 ratings

    Our life hangs in a balance because of sin. In essence, we are now on a life support system. Any interference on the life support would be fatal.

    October 14, 2002 I. Introduction: A. Examples of daily interference 1. When you open your e-mails, you get other e-mails that you have not requested. We call them Spam. 2. When you talk on the phone, you have another party interfering with your conversation. We call this party line. 3. When more

  • God's Timetable

    Contributed by James May on Nov 29, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    The story of Creation in Genesis, carries a message that affects all of us right now. Those 6 days tell us more than meets the eye. I believe that we are living in the 6th day, nearing the beginning of the day of rest.

    GOD’S TIMETABLE By Pastor Jim May While most of the Psalms were songs and poems of worship written by David, the sweet singer of Israel, this Psalm is attributed to Moses, and was a prayer that Moses prayed unto God as he led the Children of Israel from Egypt to the Promised Land. Let’s read more

  • Showing Our Thanks

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Oct 6, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    We can give thanks in 1)Praise of God’s Eternatlity 2) The Perception of our Frailty and 3) The Plea for God’s Steadfast Love

    Thanksgiving is a time when we can formally recognize and give thanks for the obvious and more abstract things that shape our lives here in Canada. The first recognized Canadian thanksgiving was held in 1578, at least forty years earlier than that of our friends to the south. In a misguided more

  • Taking Spiritual Inventory

    Contributed by Richard Laraviere on Sep 21, 2007
    based on 44 ratings

    New years challenge to challenge believers to look at life through an eternal lens. It also has a "spiritual inventory" checklist to hand out.

    Taking Spiritual Inventory Text: Psalms 90:1-17 Introduction: 1. We are told in the word to number our days… that wisdom may come Heb. #4487, maw•naw v. to number off, count, reckon In other words, to stand before the hourglass of time 2. I have numbered my more

  • Purpose Is Determined By Perspective Series

    Contributed by Robert Higgins on May 14, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Living with an Eternal Perspective changes how we live. When we are oblivious to the end of our lives and to the shortness of our days, we live as if there is no tomorrow.

    PDL: Your Purpose is Determined by Your Perspective 1. Introduction: a. Review i. Last week we looked at “why you need a purpose in life.” We examined some of the principles for having a purpose. ii. .Things like 1. “we cannot understand or attain our purpose in life more

  • Death Becomes Us

    Contributed by Clark Frailey on Apr 15, 2004
    based on 17 ratings

    A Memorial Day Sermon dealing with death in relation to our need for God’s salvation from Psalm 90.

    Death Becomes Us Scripture: Psalm 90 Introduction: Memorial day – not morbid – but realistic. Dead people’s day = My birthday. Latest statistic from USA Today – 100% Mortality Rate world-wide still. All people die. How we respond to death says much about our understanding of God’s more

  • Chapter One: The Creative Week

    Contributed by Dave Kinney on Jun 8, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    What a powerful statement! Of all the chapters in the Bible this first chapter is the most remarkable, controversial and thought provoking!

    What a powerful statement! Of all the chapters in the Bible this first chapter is the most remarkable, controversial and thought provoking! So to start with, what is the character of this chapter? Is it history, is it science, is it myth, or is it revelation? If we can get through verses 1,2 & 3 more

  • Los Atributos De Dios

    Contributed by Joe De Jesus on Jun 12, 2004
    based on 70 ratings

    Este sermon nos habla acerca de los atributos de Dios y que significa y implica esto para cada creyente y para aquel que quiera entregar su vida al Senor

    Los Atributos De Dios Primera Parte En Esta Serie I. Intro A. La Biblia no procura probar que Dios existe. B. Mas bien, da por sentado su existencia y continua describiendo numerosos atributo que lo caracterizan. C. Algunos de esos atributos son exclusivos de el como Dios D. Otos more

  • Frosty The Snowman ; Making The Most Of Your New Gift Series

    Contributed by Bruce Rzengota on Mar 29, 2007
    based on 4 ratings


    Classic TV Christmas Frosty the Snowman: Making the most of Your New Gift Ps 90:1 INTRODUCTION Frosty The Snowman, our final Classic TV Christmas Special has a reminder for us as we start the New Year. It will help us make the most of this gift of a new year which we are receiving It’s the more

  • How Much Time Do You Have?

    Contributed by David Ward on Jan 20, 2006
    based on 30 ratings

    BIG IDEA: We make the best use of our time by discerning and doing the will of God.

    How Much Time Do You Have? Psalm 90 / Ephesians 5:15-17 INTRODUCTION: I’d like to ask you “How Much Time Do You Have?” (which is probably not what you’d like to hear a speaker ask at the start of a talk.) Do you realize that over the course of our lifetimes, each of us is expected to spend: more