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  • The Fickleness Of Public Opinion Series

    Contributed by Scott Chambers on Apr 6, 2009
     | 2,453 views

    This message examines the implications of Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem.

    In the political arena, the public opinion polls seem to have the ability to shape policy. Politicians are constantly watching their job approval ratings to determine whether or not policy changes are in the best interest of their political future. As our text begins, Jesus’ popularity is at an all ...read more

  • Peter's Great Confession

    Contributed by Robert Travis on Nov 15, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,777 views

    Do not depend on public opinion for the answer. Answer this question personally and promptly.

    PETER’S GREAT CONFESSION Matthew 16:13-20 13 When Jesus came into the coasts of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?14 And they said, Some say that thou art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and others, Jeremias, or one of the prophets.15 He ...read more

  • Moral Relativism And Absolute Truth Series

    Contributed by Don Jaques on Jan 28, 2004
    based on 65 ratings
     | 14,824 views

    MAIN IDEA: Contrary to current public opinion, there is such a thing as absolute truth, and it is found in the Bible. OBJECTIVES: 1. Listeners will be informed of the intellectual and moral bankruptcy of the post-modern notion of “tolerance” (moral r

    Clarity or Confusion? 1. Moral relativism and absolute truth Don Jaques January 24/25, 2004 MAIN IDEA: Contrary to current public opinion, there is such a thing as absolute truth, and it is found in the Bible. OBJECTIVES: 1. Listeners will be informed of the intellectual and moral ...read more

  • Overcoming Your Handicaps

    Contributed by Kirk Devine on Jul 20, 2001
    based on 513 ratings
     | 63,329 views

    Another look a Bartimaeus and how we can identify with him.

    OVERCOMING YOUR HANDICAPS MARK 10:46-52 As we finish up our series on trusting, I thought that we’d look at a man who gives us a good example of how to trust God… I believe that many of us can identify with this man in our text… He is an example of many of us in the church who have had to trust ...read more

  • Measuring Faithfulness Series

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Sep 20, 2003
    based on 35 ratings
     | 2,185 views

    The three differnent ways of Measuring one’s faithfulness.

    Measuring Faithfulness 1 Corinthians 4:1–6 INTRODUCTION Paul’s 1st letter to the church at Corinth was written to correct many problems that had surfaced in the church. The most pressing problem and the one that Paul addresses first is the sin of division. Paul attacks this problem head on ...read more

  • Three Courts Of Judgment

    Contributed by Alan Smith on Aug 9, 2002
    based on 143 ratings
     | 7,684 views

    There are many who seek to judge us, but only one really matters.

    Introduction: In Exodus 18, there’s an interesting incident where Moses was visited by his father-in-law, Jethro. During his visit, Jethro noticed that Moses was spending all day trying to settle the questions and disputes of the people of Israel. So he said to Moses, "I’ve got a better ...read more

  • The Great Power Series

    Contributed by A. Todd Coget on May 3, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 2,817 views

    This sermon is based on a man in Acts 8 who the people of the city referred to as "The Great Power." This sermon demostrates how the real "Great Power" is the Spirit of God!

    The Great Power Acts 8:9-25 May 5, 2002 Intro: A. Today, we come to a couple of stories about a man whom the people in the city called "The Great Power." B. As we come to the teaching of the Word, I want to ask us to bow very meditatively and sing the first two verses #278 "Open My Eyes, ...read more

  • Leading The Way Jesus Did.

    Contributed by Patrick O'loughlin on Aug 7, 2002
    based on 106 ratings
     | 4,014 views

    When it comes to leading people we can learn from the example of Jesus

    When it comes to leading others we can find our role model in Jesus. In John 10 verses 11-18 we discover how Jesus led and what is essential in leading. 1. Leaders are people of good character(v11,14) " I am the good shepherd" a. Notice that Jesus is good all the time. 2. Leaders love ...read more

  • When God Sends You A Message

    Contributed by Howard Mcglamery on Feb 6, 2004
    based on 47 ratings
     | 2,602 views

    A brief exposition of Daniel 5 when God wrote to Belshazzar.

    The Handwriting On The Wall Daniel 5:1-31 Introduction There are 6 things I would like to draw your attention to this morning in this passage of scripture. I. NOTICE THE FEAST – It was glamorous. Sin is beautiful. 1. Millions are at sin’s feasts. – kings, peasants, slaves, royalty 2. ...read more

  • Pilate's Dilemma

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Apr 11, 2006
    based on 26 ratings
     | 5,072 views

    What was Pilate to do with the Christ? That really was his dilemma. What was he to do with this man? In the end, Pilate made his decision to condemn an innocent man to death and allow the crowds and the chief priests to have their ways.

    PILATE’S DILEMMA MARK 15:1-15 INTRODUCTION... READ MARK 15:1-15 I. THE PRIESTS (verses 1-11) We find that in the dilemma of Pilate he had the chief priests and elders and the teachers of the law pulling at him in certain directions. Pilate correctly percieved that these religious leaders ...read more

  • Come To Me

    Contributed by Paul Zwarich on Jul 2, 2008
    based on 16 ratings
     | 6,188 views

    The Gospel message today gives us the “Good News” that God loves us just the way we are when we are yoked to His death and resurrection.

    Lectionary 14 A Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30 Some of you may have seen the joke that circulated this week on e-mail that tries to explain why Moses and the Israelites wandered in the wilderness for forty years. The punch line of the e-mail read, “Even then, men would not stop for ...read more

  • Ain't No Other Man Series

    Contributed by Antonio Torrence on Sep 17, 2006
    based on 19 ratings
     | 5,486 views

    This lesson is about our faith in the Christological nature of Jesus.

    Mark 8:28 Sermon Series: The gospel according to Billboard #9: “Ain’t No other Man" This is the season of epiphany where we are concern with the revelation of God to the world in Jesus Christ. This is the season where we highlight Jesus teachings, miracles, and evangelism to the lost of his ...read more

  • The Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by James Chandler on Mar 30, 2003
    based on 158 ratings
     | 26,204 views

    We will look at the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and discover three important principles for our lives.

    Matthew 21 The Triumphal Entry As they approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples, saying to them, "Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her. Untie them and bring them to me. If anyone ...read more

  • Focusing On Christ's Sentence Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Mar 27, 2003
    based on 22 ratings
     | 1,612 views

    Looks at the sentence Christ recieved and how truth was lost and forgotten

    Focusing on Christ Sentence John 18:28-40 Introduction A. Sporting events are great B. To be there and to hear the crowed totally get it to it C. Maybe someone from the home team made a great dunk and the next thing you know you have 30,000 people screaming with Joy D. Maybe the ref makes a ...read more

  • A Cause Worth Fighting For Series

    Contributed by Tim George on Dec 9, 2001
    based on 279 ratings
     | 24,475 views

    Either we define our times or they define us. In the familiar story of David and Goliath we see that truth played out. Saul and Israel were allowing the Philistines to define them. David was a different kind of man however. He intended to define his times

    “ Then David said to the Philistine, "You come to me with a sword, with a spear, and with a javelin. But I come to you in the name of the LORD of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defied. This day the LORD will deliver you into my hand … that all the earth may know that there is ...read more