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  • The Goal To Win

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Feb 14, 2003
    based on 127 ratings

    This message is based on the Olympic Games. It deals with life’s situations.

    THE GOAL TO WIN Philippians 3:7-14 INTRO: The American Olympic basketball team, made up of college players, made a mediocre showing at Seoul, Korea, in the 1988 summer games. Back home, people were greatly disappointed, especially since other teams sported professional athletes. The Olympic more

  • An Attitude Of Expectancy Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on May 29, 2002
    based on 114 ratings

    When Jesus ascended from the Mount of Olives to His throne in glory, He left His church in an attitude of expectancy. How can we develop an attitude of expectancy?

    AN ATTITUDE OF EXPECTANCY Acts 1:3-14 INTRO: Some of the most exciting periods of our lives are the times of anticipation. I can remember counting the days until a birthday or Christmas or the end of a school year. Expectations quicken our steps and brighten our eyes as we reach out to more

  • Minors' Lessons That Have Major Impact Vi: Joy - Learned From "who Knows" Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Sep 16, 2019

    Christians need a renewal of vows to be and do what God would have His people to be and do, for which are promised positive outcomes that bring glory to God and rejoicing by God's people.

    MINORS’ LESSONS THAT HAVE MAJOR IMPACT VI: JOY – Learned from “Who Knows?” Based on Zechariah 9-14 They had been through so much. Throughout their entire history, the people of God fought for survival. It more

  • Tearing Down The Walls

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Nov 27, 2005
    based on 20 ratings

    overcoming through Christ

    Intro: a new pastor decided to teach the young boys class to see where they were at Biblically. He asked them, who tore down the walls of Jericho? Not one of them knew. So he called a board meeting about the situation that no boys knew who tore down the walls of Jericho. One board member spoke up more

  • He Calls You To A Whole New Life

    Contributed by Michael Wiley on Jan 7, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    As we say goodbye to one year and hello to another, should we make plans and set goals or leave it up to God?

    He Calls You to a Whole New Life: To a New Whole Life Michael Wiley December 28, 2008 Proverbs 6:6; 16:3; 21:5 Introduction: We come to the end of another year. It is time to look back, and reflect. What changes have occurred in 2008? Loss of job, new job? Etc.. We said goodbye to my more

  • Leave Your Past In The Past

    Contributed by Charl Swart on Jan 17, 2016
    based on 2 ratings

    It is during this time of year that we tend to look back at the previous year or years. We reflect on our accomplishments and sometimes we linger on our failures. The problem is that many people stay in the past in stead of reaching for the future.

    INTRODUCTION It is usually during this time of year that we tend to look back at the previous year or years. We reflect on our accomplishments and sometimes we linger on our failures. There might have been personal trials that you faced or maybe your plans did not come to fulfilment. Maybe you more

  • Parable Of The Drag-Net Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Jan 25, 2007
    based on 94 ratings

    We live in the days of ’invitation’, but there is coming a day of ’separation’ as God examines all those pulled up in the net. Link included to entire series with formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint Templates.

    Parable of the Drag-Net Matthew 13:47-50 Of all of Jesus’ parables He has now given to His disciples, I’m sure this is the one they could relate to the best because it uses an illustration from the fishing world, and most of these guys had more

  • Joy Stealers

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Feb 8, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    A Believer should be joyful...This message gives 3 stealers of your joy.

    "JOY STEALERS" Gal 4:8-18 * For 2009 I’ve ask us to make this the “Year of Joy” with joy being understood as the acrostic, “Jesus-Others-Yourself”. In calling us to this Christ-like attitude we heard scriptures verses like this; “The Joy of the Lord is my strength”, “Restore to me the Joy of my more

  • Choose To Conquer.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on May 24, 2020

    Conquering is a choice. It’s a big choice, it’s a choice with bumps in the road. Paul commanded Timothy to endure hardness as a good solider.

    Choose To Conquer. Romans 8:35,37 Conquering is a choice. It’s a big choice, it’s a choice with bumps in the road. Paul commanded Timothy to endure hardness as a good solider. Listen fully to Paul’s plea to Timothy—2 Timothy 2:3-5NKJV You therefore must endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus more

  • Leaving The Past Behind Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Dec 20, 2019

    We have a new life and a new identity in Jesus; the old way of living life doesn't matter anymore. We have to be able to leave the past behind, and we need to do three things so that we can accomplish this feat.

    INTRODUCTION • VIDEO • SLIDE #1 • It’s is already that time of the year again, time to make those awesome life-changing New Year’s resolutions. • You know, those heartfelt resolutions that you made about this time last year, you know, the ones that lasted a few days to a few weeks, you know, the more

  • The Grace Of God The Father Series

    Contributed by W. Bryan Wheeler on Jan 19, 2002
    based on 17 ratings

    The grace of God that brings salvation should fill us with wonder and astonishment; with praise and adoration for the ‘God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ’ because—He CHOSE US in Christ… He PREDESTINED US to adoption as sons… and He has ACCEPTED US in

    Exposition on Ephesians - #4 ‘THE GRACE OF GOD THE FATHER’ Preached on January 7th 2001 Text: Ephesians 1:4-5 Intro: We’ve described our study in the book of Ephesians, as a kind of spiritual treasure hunt. For those of us who have some experience in searching for spiritual treasure, more

  • Cultivate Patience & Faithfulness Series

    Contributed by Chad Garrison on Mar 2, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    We are all called to continually "Cultivate" the Fruit of the Spirit. Here we focus on Patience & Faithfulness.

    Cultivate the Fruit of the Spirit Patience/Faithfulness A Quick Recap: cul·ti·vate vt 4. to improve or develop something, usually by study or education 5. to develop an acquaintance or intimacy with somebody, often for personal advantage Galatians 5:22-25 22But the fruit of the Spirit is more

  • Come Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Nov 9, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    On a missionary journey, Paul encountered disciples in Ephesus who know only John's baptism, not the baptism in the name of Jesus with the infilling of the Holy Spirit. This message explores this passage.

    November 8, 2015 - Come Holy Spirit Our guest speaker last week spoke about Paul’s conversation in Athens with philosophers regarding the “unknown god” statue of the Romans. He thought it curious that among all the statues of the Greeks and Romans, there was this one created more

  • Christ: Our Provision

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Nov 3, 2001
    based on 36 ratings

    Christ is not only the provider of all our needs, He Himself is the Provision.

    (Read 1-14) The feeding of the five thousand is an account from the ministry of Jesus with which most, if not all, of us are very familiar. It is significant to note that it is the only miracle of Jesus that is recorded by all four gospel writers. Even John, who wrote his gospel some more

  • Sermon On The Mount Intro

    Contributed by David Taylor on Oct 7, 2004
    based on 11 ratings

    Anb introduction to the Sermon on the Mount

    Sermon on Mount Keys to greatness April 25, 2004 Today we start working our way through the Sermon on the Mount. I will start the Sermon on the Mount with an eight-week series on the Beatitudes. To do that I want us to look at the Beatitudes with a wide-angle lens to see the larger context more