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  • Reformation Series

    Contributed by Steve Lawson on Jan 5, 2004
    based on 24 ratings
     | 2,905 views

    The real enemy to the Christian today is not “the liberals”, abortion, or no prayer in school. The real enemy to the Christian today is subtle sins like pride, envy, jealousy, selfishness, lust and greed, that infiltrate the Christian’s life and the chur

    Reformation Nehemiah 13:15-31 “It is the nature of fire to burn out” 1. Recommitment to Separation A. A Mixed Multitude (vs. 1-3) A “Mixed Multitude” is when a Christian lets sin enter his life and does not treat it as his enemy. A “Mixed Multitude” is when the church does not ...read more

  • The Reformation Series

    Contributed by Manuel Amparo on Mar 26, 2006
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,332 views

    The banners of God’s people are emblems of conflict and glorious victory - Ps. 20:5;

    THE REFORMATION ISAIAH 58:1-14 A. WHY THIS SUBJECT? 1. Current efforts of nominal Protestants to curry the favors of Rome: a. Lutheran leaders, brushing aside many plain and direct testimonies of Martin Luther against the Papacy, seek reapproachment with Rome. ...read more

  • The Reformation

    Contributed by Jonathan Campbell on Oct 31, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,159 views

    Parallels between the Jewish ’reformation’ of Ezra’s day and the Protestant Reformation which began in the 1300’s, culminating in the life of Martin Luther.

    The ’reformation’ of the Jewish people in Ezra’s day reminds us of the glorious Protestant Reformation. There are four interesting parallels worthy of our attention: 1. TWO REGENTS Cyrus and Henry VIII. When William Tyndale was burnt at the stake he offered up a prayer that the Lord would open ...read more

  • The Reformation

    Contributed by Steve Lombardo on Nov 24, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,815 views

    The Bible is our authority, we should challenge everything, and then not be afraid to change - lessons from the Reformation.

    We’re leaving our series entitled, “You Are Lord: Understanding and Embracing the Lordship of Jesus Christ.” We are going to take a break. We only have one message left in our series and next week we are going to be getting back to it talking about our future. Jesus is Lord of our future. It’s ...read more

  • Reforming The Reform--Without Whitewash Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 11, 2010
     | 1,234 views

    The reform of our liturgy is not a matter of going back to pre-Vatican II forms, but of becoming more faithful to true worship as it has developed over 2000 years

    Monday of 23rd Week in Course The Spirit of the Liturgy Sept 6 2010 The stories in chapter 6 of Luke are familiar enough, but we need to understand why the Pharisees were wrong–and not just incorrect, but truly evil. They did not recognize the supreme Good who stood in their midst and ...read more

  • Reformation Trapeze

    Contributed by Matt Hoffmann on Oct 23, 2009
    based on 10 ratings
     | 11,786 views

    We learn about the most important aspects of the Reformation through the example of the Trapeze artist...

    Sermon 102509 Reformation Sunday Romans 3:19-28; John 8:31-36 Happy Reformation Sunday! What is it that we are celebrating today? That’s right, October 31, 1517 is the day that a Professor of Theology and Monk named Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses onto the door of the Chapel at Wittenburg. ...read more

  • Rahab's Reformation Series

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Jan 2, 2008
    based on 7 ratings
     | 5,541 views

    A look at the life of Rahab in order to get my audience to be amazed at what God is able to do and to partner with Him in changing lives, beginning with themselves

    (have the text read ahead) I have obtained a copy of a recently discovered document from the 1st century. It’s from the first publisher of the Bible – this was before there was Zondervan and Tyndale and all those publishers. It’s a letter from them to the Bible’s original author… Dear ...read more

  • Reformation 2005

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Nov 29, 2005
     | 900 views

    God is assembling an army of men and women today willing to risk everything to see the eternal Kingdom of God established in the earth.

    Introduction Tomorrow- Halloween- Halloween is a mixture of ancient cultic practices and Christian traditions. Oct 31st- All Hallows Eve Time to recall the souls of the damned. Nov 1st- All Hallows Day or All Saints Day Time to remember Christians that have died. Nov 2nd- All Souls ...read more

  • The Heart Of The Reformation

    Contributed by Ronald Harbaugh on Oct 27, 2005
    based on 24 ratings
     | 5,084 views

    To know the unmerited love of God leads to repentance and new life.

    Reformation Sunday October 30, 2005 “Series A” Grace be unto you and peace, from God our Father and from our Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen. Let us pray: Dear Heavenly Father, we give you thanks for all your many blessings upon us, especially for the gift of ...read more

  • The Ongoing Reformation

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Oct 25, 2009
    based on 15 ratings
     | 7,202 views

    A Reformation Sunday sermon preached 10/25/2009 at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Audubon, Iowa that talks about the need for ongoing Reformation in the church today.

    Today is Reformation Sunday, the day each year where we gather in churches to sing “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”, the liturgical color for the day is red, some churches have special afternoon or evening services to commemorate the day, and we talk about Martin Luther. Some people really look ...read more

  • The Reformation...today

    Contributed by Stephen Becker on Nov 25, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,204 views

    Looking at Galatians, how it impacted Luther and how Paul’s message continue to apply to Christians today, regarding our lives, our values and our freedom (from sin) in Christ.

    “The Reformation…Today” Galatians 5:1-6 Reformation Sunday, October 29, 2006 Stephen Becker St. Peter’s Lutheran Church (1) For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery. (2) Look: I, Paul, say to you that if you accept ...read more

  • Reviving And Reforming

    Contributed by Gregory Thomas on Apr 5, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,048 views

    Nehemiah has a great work to do but has to seek the guidance of God.

    Ministry by Divine Order Introduction It’s the 20th year reign of King ar-tuh- zerk sees Nehemiah is the cup bearer for the King, his responsibility was to taste the King’s Wine and Food at each meal to make sure it did not contain poison in it. Now he has a need ...read more

  • Reformation Sunday

    Contributed by Michael Hopkins on Oct 22, 2009
    based on 11 ratings
     | 6,755 views

    A Sermon for Reformation Sunday - the last Sunday in October

    At St. Columba’s United Reformed Church in Oxford, where I spent many happy years, the premises are a little bit old and rambling. In a far away corner, not often visited was a hidden away toilet. This was always known as the Calvinist toilet, because it was very dark and gloomy. It’s a sure ...read more

  • Courageous Reformers

    Contributed by Mark Williamson on Nov 8, 2002
    based on 9 ratings
     | 1,016 views

    THIS SERMON WILL COMPARE FOUR OF THE COURAGEOUS REFORMERS WITH THE SACRIFICIAL GIVING OF OUR LIVES TO THE SERVICE OF CHRIST.

    THERE ARE FOUR EXAMPLES FROM SCRIPTURE THAT DISPLAY FOR US, TODAY, WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME A COURAGEOUS REFORMER FOR THE KINGDOM OF GOD. WE WILL LOOK AT 4 FIGURES FROM THE SCRIPTURES AND EXAMINE HOW THEY EXEMPLIFIED THESE CHARACTERISTICS. 1. THEY ACKNOWLEDGED A HIGHER CALLING A. NATHAN 2 ...read more

  • Luther Reformation

    Contributed by Gary Taber on Jul 10, 2010
     | 2,493 views

    1517 the Reformation began with the 95 Thesis

    Reformation Sunday Let us pray. As disciples of Mt. Pilgrim who are we, what are we? Are we righteous people? Are we saved? What should we be doing? What should we not be doing? If someone was to ask you when you walk outside this building this morning who are you and what ...read more