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  • Pray Realistically

    Contributed by Edward Frey on Jul 1, 2002
    based on 56 ratings

    Even in our complaints, God is faithful. He hears them and answers them.

    How’s your prayer life? That might seem like a tough question to answer at first glance unless, of course, we get to the heart of the matter. There’s more to your prayer life than just folded hands or closed eyes. There’s more to your prayer life than just the right sounding words. In more

  • A Realistic Humanism Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 28, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    Our chief purpose in being human is to love God with all our heart and soul and mind and strength. How can we do that after the fall? Through God’s power, through God’s Holy Spirit, given to all who have faith in Jesus Christ.

    What is it that God desires of us as men and women? Why has he made us in his image? What’s our reason for being here? There are probably a number of answers that someone might give to those questions. The Westminster Shorter Catechism asks: "What is the chief end of man?", then gives the answer: more

  • Realistically Optimistic

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Dec 30, 2019

    According to Statista, a leading survey company, in 2013, 50% of adult Americans considered themselves optimistic. As we get ready to step into the new year, let's see if we can do something to shift our thinking to being realistically optimistic more often.

    REALISTICALLY OPTIMISTIC According to Statista, a leading survey company, in 2013, 50% of adult Americans considered themselves optimistic. Only 4% identified as pessimists and 43% said they were somewhere in between. 3% declined to identify as anything. I'm interested to know how often those more

  • Realistic Expectations Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Feb 6, 2019

    The RYR approached Jesus with some expectations. Jesus also had expectations of him. The application for us is that we have expectations from God (some realistic and some unrealistic) and He has expectations of us which he will not alter.

    1. Obsession There was a preacher who was an avid golfer. Every chance he got, he could be found on the golf course swinging away. It was his obsession. One Sunday was a picture-perfect day for golf. The preacher was in a quandary as to what to do. The urge to play golf overcame him. He called his more

  • The Realistic Mother In A Real World

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Jul 28, 2003
    based on 460 ratings

    With the idealistic mother, everything is perfect. But they only exists in storybooks, poety, movies, etc. Most mothers live with the reality of problems, mistakes, broken hearts, and broken dreams. The realistic mother needs forgiveness, grace and me

    THE REALISTIC MOTHER IN A REAL WORLD SCRIPTURE: Proverbs 31: 10 – 31 INTRODUCTON: As I begin, I will say this, there is no way to cover this topic appropriately in one message. What I say will not fit every mother. Each person will identify some portions of the message, but certainly more

  • Forming A Realistic Community Series

    Contributed by Christopher Duncan on Oct 30, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Building Community through Relationship

    Vision for Edelstein Congregational Church Part 1 of 4 Forming a Realistic Community Good Morning. Before I begin, I would first like to take the opportunity to introduce you to some special guests. They are friends of ours. Chad and Janet Ijams. Their two girls…Corey and Amber .Janet more

  • A Realistic Look At Angels

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Feb 15, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    False ideas about angels which have been popularized by the New Age and other "spiritual" movements have actually infiltrated the church. This is a glimpse into a Biblical view of angels, the servants of God.

    Please open your Bibles to Mark 1:9-13 which we will read in a few minutes. Last week we used this same passage as a springboard to take a look at who this Jesus really is and His relationship within the Trinity. When we say God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit we tend to get a more

  • Two Post Resurrection Appearances Of Jesus In Jn 20

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 2, 2016

    God treats us an individuals and knows our specific needs just as he did with MAry, Peter and Thomas and the unnamed disciples of Jn 20

    Story: There were once two identical twins. They were alike in every way but one. One was a hope-filled optimist, Peter who only ever saw the bright side of life. The other, Thomas was a dark pessimist, who only ever saw the down side in every situation. The parents were so worried more

  • Corrosive Talk - Complaining And Criticizing Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Oct 24, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    In this sermon, we explore what the Bible says about complaining and criticizing, and then look at how we can stop complaining and criticizing.

    Introduction: A. Today, we are continuing in our series called: “Speak Life – Speaking Words that Heal, not Hurt.” 1. The Bible tells us that words have the power of life and death. 2. God’s desire is for all of us to learn how to control our tongues so that our words more

  • Pessimistic, Optimistic Or Realistic? Living With An Authentic Spirit Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Aug 8, 2012
    based on 6 ratings

    The pessimist says the glass is half empty. The optimist says the glass is half full. The realist knows there is water in the glass. Who are you?

    Pessimistic, Optimistic or Realistic? Living with an Authentic Spirit Which of these words would you use to describe yourself? Pessimist / Optimist / Realist Which would you use to describe yourself? The pessimist says the glass is half empty. The optimist says the glass is half more

  • Expectations

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Jun 9, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    What do I expect from God? What does He expect from me? What "CAN" I expect from Him?

    Expectations Micah 6:1-8 * One of my favorite Pastor/speakers is Dr. Fred Lowery, pastor of FBC Bossier City, LA. Bro. Fred has the gift of communication like few people that I know. Several years ago in a series of messages on marriage I have him make a statement which will stay with me until I more

  • An Appraisal From God

    Contributed by Dan Bentz on Aug 24, 2001
    based on 135 ratings

    A Realistic Understanding of Who We Are

    An Appraisal From God 1 Peter 2:4 - 10 Introduction – You know America is a wonderful place. One of the things I like best is that we are not afraid to laugh at ourselves. And there are plenty of things to laugh at these days.  We are probably the only people on earth who spend more

  • Can You Take The Heat?

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 9, 2006
    based on 20 ratings

    We should be realistic about responses to our faith.

    CAN YOU TAKE THE HEAT? John 15.18-16.4 S: Persecution C: Witness Th: A People with Purpose Pr: WE SHOULD BE REALISTIC ABOUT RESPONSES TO OUR FAITH. ?: How? How should we live? KW: Messages TS: We will find in our study of John 15.18 – 16.4 three messages from Jesus that will enable us more

  • What Is Sin? Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Nov 9, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    We should make an honest and realistic evaluation of ourselves.

    WHAT IS SIN? Isaiah 53.6 S: Sin C: Postmodern Th: Confusion Pr: WE SHOULD MAKE HONEST AND REALISTIC EVALUATION OF OURSELVES. CV: We will clearly communicate the transforming truth of the Bible. Type: Inductive PA: How is the change to be observed? • Be honest with more

  • How To Dwell Securely

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Aug 26, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    ❶ Be Realistic ❷ Be Informed ❸ Be Confiden

    How to Dwell Securely Ps 91 Where did the term “security blanket” come from? (June 1, 1954) Charles Schultz, creator of the comic strip “Peanuts” pictures one of his characters, Linus van Pelt, tenaciously clinging to his security blanket. Linus is unusually smart, more