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  • "Meekness Is Not Weakness" Series

    Contributed by Bruce Hamsher on Aug 6, 2002
    based on 154 ratings
     | 6,940 views

    A truly meek person quietly surrenders each day to the Lord without a big show.

    “Meekness is not Weakness” Matthew 5:5 Beatitudes - #3 Intro: When’s the last time you heard someone say, “If you really want to succeed in life, try being meek?” Or, “If you want to rise to the top and get somewhere in life, display a lot of meekness along the way?” ...read more

  • Sanctity Of Life Today, Tommorow, And Yesterday

    Contributed by Michael Blankenship on Jan 20, 2001
    based on 97 ratings
     | 1,731 views

    Where do we stand as a Nation Spiritually? If we think that it is not our concern to care for those who cannot care for themselves, we must remember the past, look at the present, and plan for the future.

    First Baptist Church 545 South Main Jellico, Tennessee. 37762 Pastor: Michael Blankenship Web Address: www.jfb.faithsite.com/default.asp Sunday Morning 1-21-2001 Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. As we swore in a new president yesterday, amidst the fanfare and rejoicing by many conservative ...read more

  • Loving The Brethren Series

    Contributed by Rick Macdonald on Aug 8, 2001
    based on 20 ratings
     | 3,137 views

    If it was required of us to draw a picture of love, before we could really identify love, I wonder what love would look like?

    Loving the Brethren February 6, 2000 INTRODUCTION: If it was required of us to draw a picture of love, before we could really identify love, I wonder what love would look like? Would we put a face on it and give it a personality; Or would we attempt to draw our perception of God, since “God is ...read more

  • Those Who Wait Upon The Lord

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on Jul 30, 2002
    based on 87 ratings
     | 37,565 views

    So many Christians today miss blessing after blessing because they do not wait upon the Lord. There is a timing in God that we must learn to flow in.

    INTRODUCTION - Jas 1:3 - patience is a product of faith - Gal 5:22 - patience is a fruit of the Spirit - The Bible teaches that we should be patient with one another - But there is a different kind of patience - "waiting on the Lord" - We are conditioned by the world to "get it now" - The ...read more

  • Christmas Colors

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Dec 4, 2000
    based on 57 ratings
     | 2,813 views

    A Christmas Eve Sermon about the colors of Christmas in the manger.

    Christmas Eve Lk. 2:1-20 “Christmas Colors” A window opened in the yellow straw, as a black nose, two pinkish ears and a gray paw poked out to see the strange sound in that stable. The gray little mouse saw the brown hues of the ox, the donkey and the camel in the silver glow of that star. ...read more

  • Made New - Listening Anew Series

    Contributed by Ken Gehrels on May 22, 2001
    based on 70 ratings
     | 1,581 views

    How do we hear God speak to us?

    Made New - Listening Anew Bible Reading: John 14: 23-29 PREPARED BY KEN GEHRELS PASTOR CALVIN CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH NEPEAN, ONTARIO Recently, I heard of a chap here in ...read more

  • Title: "Christians Are Not Patsies To Be Sponged Off Of.”

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Nov 11, 2001
    based on 119 ratings
     | 3,053 views

    Year C. twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost November 18, 2001 Heavenly Father thank you for teaching us that Christian charity is doing for others what they cannot do for themselves or cannot do at the time. It is not enabling others to be dependen

    Year C. twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost November 18, 2001 Heavenly Father thank you for teaching us that Christian charity is doing for others what they cannot do for themselves or cannot do at the time. It is not enabling others to be dependent or lazy or idle or be busybodies because ...read more

  • Who Are The Real Heroes?

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 59 ratings
     | 2,417 views

    Jesus said, "Whoever would be great let him become a servant to all." Matt 23:11 Most of us would like to do something noble or great. Perhaps have our names in lights... Outstanding speakers, renowned scientists, business tycoons, and athletes who seem t

    Jesus said, "Whoever would be great let him become a servant to all." Matt 23:11 The Lord evaluates us on the basis of how well we are serving Him, His purposes and His kingdom’s expansion and righteousness. However: Most of us would like to do something noble or great. Perhaps have our ...read more

  • The Secret Of Contentment Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Jul 3, 2001
    based on 19 ratings
     | 1,381 views

    THE SECRET OF CONTENTMENT IS TO BALANCE REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS OF SELF WITH LOFTY HOPE IN THE LORD

    BIG IDEA: THE SECRET OF CONTENTMENT IS TO BALANCE REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS OF SELF WITH LOFTY HOPE IN THE LORD I. (:1) REALISTIC EXPECTATIONS OF SELF A. Humility in Attitude 1. How I think about myself “O Lord, my heart is not proud” not being puffed up with a sense of my own ...read more

  • When Looks Are Deceiving

    Contributed by Kim Gilliland on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,241 views

    .. and when [Goliath] got a good look at David, he was filled with scorn for him because he was just

    .. and when [Goliath] got a good look at David, he was filled with scorn for him because he was just a nice, good-looking boy. 1 Samuel 17:42 A GOLIATH AMONGST US When Goliath took a good look at David, he was filled with scorn. Why? Because all he saw was a nice young boy whom the ...read more

  • A Church Wedded To The World

    Contributed by David Zimmerman on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 163 ratings
     | 7,170 views

    In 1871, an American named Heinrich Schliemann began ex-cavating an ancient city in Turkey. To the

    In 1871, an American named Heinrich Schliemann began ex-cavating an ancient city in Turkey. To the amazement of many, this retiredbusinessman had discovered the lost city of Troy. To-day, you can still see the ruins of its towers and its walls, which were 16 feet thick. According to the Homer's ...read more

  • Forgiving The Anger Series

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Sep 15, 2001
    based on 52 ratings
     | 1,607 views

    Fourth in a series on the Lord’s Prayer, this sermon deals with forgiveness.

    FORGIVING THE ANGER Fourth in a Series on the Lord’s Prayer "Forgive us...as we forgive others..." In the current movie, COURAGE UNDER FIRE, Denzel Washington plays a soldier who makes a tragic error. At the beginning of the film, he and his men engage the enemy. It is night, and it is ...read more

  • What Makes A Wise Man Wise?

    Contributed by Joel W. Lohr on Dec 17, 2001
    based on 58 ratings
     | 1,785 views

    Next sermon in the advent series dealing with the Wise Men and how we can and should relate to them with regard to seeking and approaching Christ.

    A visitor in a small Southern town comes across a beautiful Nativity scene. It was obvious that great skill and talent had gone into creating it. One small feature bothers the man - the three wise men are wearing firefighters helmets. Unable to come up with a reason or an explanation, the ...read more

  • God Events

    Contributed by John Howard on Feb 23, 2002
    based on 10 ratings
     | 880 views

    This even, teh birth of Christ, was a God event.

    Matt 1:18-25 God Events (Christmas) Read Texts Matt 1:18-25; Luke 1:26-38 - It is that time of the year - When we as a society get into the spirit of the season - We go about celebrating Christmas - By putting up decorations - Lights, trees, wreaths - All over our homes inside and ...read more

  • Essential Equipment - Prayer Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 25, 2002
    based on 66 ratings
     | 18,449 views

    What does prayer change? Most of believe prayer’s most important purpose is to change circumstances... but that may not be true.

    OPEN: A young boy was observed by a minister in church praying very fervently; but much to the preacher’s surprise, he was also heard to say from time to time: "Tokyo, Tokyo, Tokyo." So preacher approached the boy after he had apparently finished his prayer and said, "Son, I was very pleased to ...read more