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  • The Joy Of Repetition! Series

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 2, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    ..."In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared about men. And there was a widow in that town who kept coming to him with the plea, 'Grant me justice against my adversary.' "For some time he refused. But finally he said to himsel

    Those who have visited Israel (and probably most of those who haven't) will have heard of the "Wailing Wall", which is part of the ancient city of Old Jerusalem, and located at the foot of the western side of the Temple Mount. This section of wall is the only surviving remnant of the ancient Temple more

  • Creativity V. Repetition Series

    Contributed by Shannon Lewis on Oct 4, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Todays church must work creatively not repetitiously. This sermon will deal with the delicate balance of the two.

    Creativity V. Repetition by Pastor Shannon Lewis 10/04/06 2Corinthians 5:17 “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come”. Just as good can be the enemy of great, repetition can be the enemy of creativity. Creativity is a producer of more

  • Long Empty Prayers Series

    Contributed by Leighton (Lee) Vary on Oct 28, 2016

    Among the religious there is often a tendency toward long prayers, particularly in public. Too often people measure prayer by its fluency and length, thinking that length means devotion.

    Introduction A. Brother Dave Said that some people believe that prayer ain’t nowhere and meditation is a stroke. But, beloved, prayer is asking for it and meditation is waiting. 1. Turn to Ecclesiastes 5:2 B. Among the religious there is often a tendency toward long prayers, more

  • Calling God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 7, 2008
    based on 39 ratings

    Uses a cell phone to illustrate the basics of effective prayer. Addresses the tendency of people to rely on repetition and ritual to get God’s attention.

    OPEN: (a deep voiced man was positioned in a side room with microphone and monitor. This opening illustration goes on for a couple of pages but worked well to set up the rest of the sermon) "Our Father who art in heaven..." "YES?" (look up and around suspiciously then bow and say) "Our more

  • The Lord's Prayer - Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jun 24, 2014

    Is the Lord's Prayer from Matthew 6 really a prayer that Jesus intended us to memorize and repeat often? Is it just a pattern for prayer - This sermon investigates Matthew 6:9-10.

    Please continue standing as we read what is most commonly known as “The Lord’s Prayer” Matthew 6:9-13 (KJV) “Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. more

  • Lesson 39: Preach A Refrain Series

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Apr 20, 2018

    Preaching a sermon that repeats a motto as a learning tool

    Lesson Goal Learn how to preach a sermon that repeats a motto. Lesson Intro Psalm 136 is a song with a repeating refrain, "for his steadfast love endures for ever." We can also preach a sermon with a repeating refrain. We already saw how the jewel or diamond sermon is one point tied more

  • It's A Lengthy Race Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Oct 30, 2018

    So how do you garner and foster endurance? Endurance is built by repetition, Endurance is increased by pushing our limits, Endurance is fueled by our commitment to finish strong.

    It’s a lengthy race. Hebrews 12:1-3 So how do you garner and foster endurance? 1. Endurance is built by repetition 2. Endurance is increased by pushing our limits Man’s extremities are God’s opportunities. 3. Endurance is fueled by our commitment to finish strong “For you more

  • Repeat After Me Series

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 18, 2011

    Repetition isn’t rote; it’s practice. All of these words become part of us, digging deep into our hearts and minds, helping to form in us habits of thought and action that honor God, that put God first.

    Everything in this sEverything in this service is old hat. We know the Apostles Creed so well that many of us don’t have to use the worship notes except to remember to say "sitteth" instead of "sits." I chose the most commonly used prayer of Confession in the English language. The 23rd Psalm is more

  • Sin And The Saint Of God Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Apr 15, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    These verses before us today portray a horrible failure in the life of one of God’s choice servants. If you remember Abraham’s journey down into Egypt in Genesis 12:10-20, you will notice some similarities between this event and that one.

    Following In the Footsteps of Faith Series Sin and the Saint of God Genesis 20:1-18 Intro: These verses before us today portray a horrible failure in the life of one of God’s choice servants. If you remember Abraham’s journey down into Egypt in Genesis 12:10-20, you will notice some more

  • Preach, Hear, Follow

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Dec 21, 2013
    based on 5 ratings

    We are in the business of winning followers to their Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. It is not only Ministers who are called to evangelism, but all Christians. Having received the good news ourselves, our hearts yearn to share it with others.

    PREACH, HEAR, FOLLOW John 1:35-42 “The two disciples heard him speak, and they followed Jesus” (John 1:37). John the Baptist was sent beforehand to ‘prepare the way for the Lord’ (Isaiah 40:3; Matthew 3:3). Thus, John’s ministry always pointed away from himself to the One who was to come: more

  • If I'm Trying To Do God's Will, Why Am I Running Into So Many Problems?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jun 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    A look at the repetition of "overcome" in the letters to the seven churches.

    A FRUSTRATION: If I’m trying to do God’s will, why am I running into so many problems? - Ever felt like giving up? Ever gotten tired? Ever wondered if it’s all worth it? Ever wondered why your attempts at faithfulness to Christ so often create more problems in your life and not less? A more

  • Discretion

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Nov 13, 2018

    We need discretion for every decision that we take, we cannot do a repetition just because we felt good about it the previous time.

    PILOTS To: All Believers, Christians of all denominations, Church workers, Church leaders, Preachers, Pastors, Youth leaders, Church group leaders, Camp Organizers and to all Christians who are serving the Kingdom of God in any capacity (small or big). We all have a great responsibility! 2 SAMUEL more

  • Matthew 6 – Part 2 - Why Pray If God Already Knows My Needs? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jan 31, 2010
    based on 17 ratings

    God chooses to answer me not because I have needs, but because I bring those needs to Him rather than try to meet them in my own strength. And He is not all that keen on repetition.

    Matthew 6 – Part 3 - WHY PRAY IF GOD ALREADY KNOWS MY NEEDS? So what is the use of praying if God already knows what I need? Matthew 6:7 and 8 says “When you pray, don’t babble on and on as people of other religions do. They think their prayers are answered merely by repeating their words again more

  • No Reservations Series

    Contributed by Johnny Wilson on May 29, 2010

    In shifting to a blitzkrieg examination of the role of the church in the Book of Acts, I reworked my sermon on Acts 1. This has some repetition with the other one posted a couple of years ago, but has some new material, too.

    Do any of you know what is the last word in the Book of Acts? It is ακωλυτως, pronounced “ah-koh-LOO-tohs” by some and “ah-koh-LEE-tohs” by others, and means “not-hindered,” “not prevented,” “not more

  • Image And Reality Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 4, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    The Mass is offered in union with the once-for-all sacrifice of Jesus, his free self-offering, on Calvary. It is not a repetition, but a re-presentation of the one sacrifice, and carries forward into our work on earth.

    December 6, 2010 St. Nicholas The Spirit of the Liturgy Today’s reading from Isaiah makes most sense if it was written at the time of the Babylonian exile. Because Israel had rebelled against the Lord, the covenant was voided and all the curses specified in Leviticus and Deuteronomy more