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  • The Plea Of The Repentant

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Apr 3, 2009
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    While we are not to live in a constant state of guilt, we should live in a constant state of awareness that when we offend our God with sin, we seek an honest and open confession to our God who instantly forgives. God is Good!

    The Plea of the Repentant Griffith Baptist Church – 4/5/09 P.M. Service Text: Psalm 51:1-6 Key verse: Psalms 51:2 – Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. Premise: While we are not to live in a constant state of guilt, we should live in a constant state more

  • The Power Of Forgiveness

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Apr 10, 2009
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    When a person truly repents and seeks God’s favor again, more changes than meets the eye. There is underlying power in the forgiveness of God to do more than what we think.

    The Power of Forgiveness Griffith Baptist Church – 4/12/09 P.M. Service Text: Psalm 51:7-13 Key verse: Psalms 51:13 – Then will I teach transgressors thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto thee. Premise: When a person truly repents and seeks God’s favor again, more changes more

  • Father, Forgive Them

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Apr 13, 2009
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    Jesus’ first cry on the cross ushered in His ministry of intercession for the world. He has not ceased to intercede for us. Man’s greatest need is the forgiveness of our sin.

    Jesus prayed, "Father, forgive them..." (Luke 23:34). This was the first recorded cry of Jesus on the cross. • It sums up the reason He was there. It encapsulates the meaning of the cross. • He was asking God to give men what they needed most – forgiveness of their sin. • Jesus is going to more

  • Renewing Ourselves Series

    Contributed by Carl Benge on Apr 21, 2009
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    This is the first of a 9 part sermon series on learning how to know what God wants for our lives.

    Today we begin a sermon series exploring What God wants? This is an age old question that Jews, Christians, Muslims, and a variety of religions have explored throughout the ages. Despite all the lofty interpretations, and educated guesses only one man has ever brought us what God wants for our more

  • Song Of The Brokenhearted Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 30, 2009
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    Yield to God’s conviction.

    PSALM 51 SONG OF THE BROKENHEARTED Psalm 51.17 S: Brokenness and Repentance C: Revival Th: Our Time, Our Turn, Our All Pr: YIELD TO GOD’S CONVICTION. I. SIN II. REPENT III. CHANGE IV. FRUIT PA: How is the change to be observed? • Grieve over your sin. • Reconcile – make it more

  • Why Sit We Here Until We Die?

    Contributed by James May on Jul 17, 2005
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    A sinner can’t find help in the city where man lives? They can’t survive by sitting at the gate. Their only choice in to go to the camp of God, their enemy, to find deliverance.

    Why Sit Here Until We Die? By Pastor James May 2 Kings 6:24 – 7:20 2 Kings 7:3-5, "And there were four leprous men at the entering in of the gate: and they said one to another, Why sit we here until we die? If we say, We will enter into the city, then the famine is in the city, and we more

  • Short Of Stature And Morals-But Saved

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 16, 2008
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    Zacchaeus was hated and misanthropic, but salvation came through the obedience of faith and the call of Jesus.

    Tuesday of 33rd Week in Course Lk 19: 1-10 Jericho is the oldest city in the world, as near as archaeologists can determine. Today it’s a dusty little Palestinian village a short drive away from the Dead Sea. The town would be dead, too, if it weren’t also the lowest city in the world, at the more

  • Be A Matthew

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Nov 26, 2008
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    Unlike the Pharisees, Jesus saw Matthew’s need, his worth and his potential. Matthew understood his own need, was willing to follow Christ and shared the Good News.

    We are going to look at a man called Levi (also called Matthew in Matt 9:9-12). I will use the more familiar name Matthew here. It is surprising that Jesus would even call a tax-collector to follow Him. • Jesus was preparing a group of disciples who would eventually bring the good news about more

  • Are You Excited To Repent?

    Contributed by Doug Koehler on Dec 5, 2008
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    Mark offers us a deep look into the call to repent. This sermon, brings us back into the day when all of Jerusalem traveled 25 miles or so to see what John the Baptist was all about. Would you be as dedicated and driven?

    Mark 1:1-8 2nd Sunday in Advent December 7, 2008 “Series B” Are You Excited to Repent? What gets you excited with anticipation? I am talking about the sort of excitement that keeps you up at night. You used to own tons of examples of this sort of excitement when you were all kids. You had more

  • John The Baptist

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 7, 2008
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    The Gospel is earthed in a call to repentance

    Frisby 07-12-08 Mk 1:1-12 Our Gospel reading this morning is from Mark’s Gospel. And Mark’s Gospel starts with these words: The beginning of the Good News of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Or as the NIV puts it The beginning of the Gospel about Jesus Christ the Son of God. The more

  • "A Voice Of Comfort"

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Dec 7, 2008
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    A sermon for the 2nd Sunday of Advent, Series B preached 12/7/2008 at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Audubon, Iowa. Based on a sermon outline by Dr. Carl Fickenscher III, Concordia Pulpit Resources, Vol. 16, No.1.

    One of the Advent hymns that we will be singing during communion this morning is “Comfort, Comfort Now My People”, it’s hymn #29 in the Lutheran Book of Worship. The first line of the hymn says “Comfort, Comfort, now my people; “Tell of Peace” so says our God. (LBW 29 v.1) I have to admit, I more

  • Theological Pragmatism Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Dec 7, 2008
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    Exposition of Psalm 4 regarding the turning of people away from God because of some national tragedy

    Text: Psalm 4:1-8, Title: Theological Pragmatism, Date/Place: NRBC, 12/7/08, AM A. Opening illustration: the story of Jonah provides a great introduction to this text, not because they share time frame or characters, but because of theological pragmatism. Define. Remember when Jonah boarded a more

  • "The Unrepentant Pharisee & The Repentant Sinner Woman”

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Dec 10, 2008
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    Back in the days of our text it was customary in Israel that when an invited guest would come into the house of the person that invited him, that it was a respectable thing to do in giving the honored guess a kiss on the cheek to show honor and as

    “THE UNREPENTANT PHARISEE & THE REPENTANT SINNER WOMAN” LUKE 7: 29-31==32-50 12-06-08 Back in the days of our text it was customary in Israel that when an invited guess would come into the house of the person that invited him, that it was a respectable thing to do in more

  • A Christmas Conversion Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Dec 15, 2008
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    Mine is a sermon adaptation of SermonCentral contributor Jeffery Russell’s sermon “The Scrooge In All of Us.” It uses Dickens’ A Christmas Carol to illustrate the sermon.

    Introduction: A. There’s a story told of a middle-aged woman who had a heart attack and was taken to the hospital. 1. While on the operating table she had a near death experience. 2. During that experience she saw God and asked Him if this was it for her, was she dead. 3. God said no and more

  • Preparing For A God Visit - Part 1

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Jan 7, 2009
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    In order for God to show up and display his power in our life and church we need to do a spiritual inventory and confess and repent of our sin.

    Today we have set aside as a day of prayer and fasting. We began our 24 hour vigil at midnight last night and it will go until midnight tonight (so if you just heard about it this morning you are still in luck). We are preparing ourselves, our church, our community, for a God visit during our more