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  • God Responds To Evil In The World Series

    Contributed by Stan Rodda on Mar 15, 2006
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,400 views

    In this series I break down Noah’s life into 4 parts. I began by looking at how evil the world was during his time and trying to apply that to our time.

    God Responds to Evil in the World! If I was Satan Convince the world it is good What a great tactic Andrew Murray Result = a world full of evil (Video) The life of Noah Read Gen. 6:5-11 1. The World is Evil! I’m a good person- Ps. 14:1-3 God uses some very descriptive words in ...read more

  • Saftey In Times Of Uncertaintany- A Response To The Las Vegas Shootings

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Oct 9, 2017
     | 5,777 views

    Psalm 46- responding to the evil in this world

    “Safety in times of uncertainty” A response to the shootings in Las Vegas October 8, 2017 Psalm 46 Last week Patti and I were blessed to spend a week surrounded by God’s majesty at a wonderful place called the Wind River Ranch in Estes Park Colorado Over the course of 5 days we experienced ...read more

  • Jelly Beans

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jul 1, 2013
     | 4,175 views

    A sermon on Romans 12:17-21 on the Christian's response to evil (Outline and material adapted from Mark Copeland's sermon titled "Responding To Evil" at: http://executableoutlines.com/ro2/ro12_17.htm; Jelly Bean illustration came from Sermon Central)

    HoHum: Day after day John Jr. came home from school complaining about a classmate who sat behind him in 5th grade. "Bob keeps jabbing me when Miss Smith isn’t looking. One of these days, when we’re out on the play ground, I’m going to jab him back,” John Jr. said. After ...read more

  • Our Christian Legacy

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Dec 22, 2015
     | 2,576 views

    In our world where trying to get ahead of one another seems to be the rule, God asks us to consider a new reality: to love genuinely and reciprocally, to clutch that which is good and to compete to show the most integrity.

    Have you ever thought about the legacy you want to leave behind when you die? I’m not talking about a physical legacy such as the things you own. I’m talking about how you want people to remember you. The type of legacy you leave behind will depend on the kind of life you lead on earth. ...read more

  • Response To Evil

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Apr 24, 2007
    based on 88 ratings
     | 2,366 views

    How must we respond to the evil that took place at Virginia Tech? 1- We must exhibit compassion 2- We must ask God 3- We must not blame 4- We must point to the truth

    INTRO.- We all know what took place at Virginia Tech on Monday, April 16th, of this last week. A 23 year-old South Korean Senior student at the school went on a shooting rampage, killing 32 students and professors and then killing himself. Some 15 others were wounded. You know well about ...read more

  • Overcoming Evil With Good

    Contributed by Bradford Robinson on Oct 28, 2005
    based on 5 ratings
     | 2,662 views

    Loving our enemy is not easy, but living out the Christian life isn’t either! This message looks at how we are to respond to evil people who do bad things to us.

    It may have been King David’s lowest moment. His son Absalom was leading a revolution against him. Absalom was a charmer and had convinced many that David was too old and ineffective to lead. When Absalom stormed the city with his troops, David and his army left Jerusalem and left the palace ...read more

  • You Can't Mean That, God? Overview Of Habakkuk

    Contributed by Warren Bird on Dec 15, 2002
    based on 59 ratings
     | 2,549 views

    When Habakkuk asked God to eradicate evil he got an answer he never expected. His reflections on that answer help us to consider how to respond to evil, how to understand why God allows evil to cause great suffering and draws us closer to our Lord.

  • Love Your Enemies?

    Contributed by Carla Powell on Jan 2, 2002
    based on 45 ratings
     | 2,607 views

    Responding to Sept 11th and a (minor) break-in to our church building, this sermon focuses on how live Jesus’ call to do unto others as we would have them do to us.

    Today we celebrate All Saints Day, when we honor those well-known saints of the church. And All Saints Day also helps us to recall those faithful departed who have gone before, people who have died in the faith from this congregation and in our lives. But All Saints Day also serves as a reminder ...read more

  • Be R.e.a.l. Series

    Contributed by Eyriche Cortez on Apr 17, 2007
    based on 11 ratings
     | 4,580 views

    Living an authentic Christian life

    Someone wrote that some of the world’s unhappiest people are Christians. Why? Some Christians are too Christian to enjoy sinning but too sinful to enjoy their Christianity. Some Christians have enough faith to recognize their need for prayer, but not enough to take them to prayer meeting. Some ...read more

  • Turning The Other Cheek

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Feb 21, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,230 views

    Loving our enemies is not easy; but, it is the Christian way.

    Turning The Other Cheek Luke 6: 27 – 36 Intro: The story is told of an Irish boxer who became a Christian evangelist. One day as he was setting up his tent for meetings, some local thugs came and began to heckle him. One of them took a swing at the preacher and hit him on the cheek knocking him ...read more

  • Our Great, Pure And Good God Series

    Contributed by David Welch on May 12, 2015
     | 1,843 views

    Last in a series on the attributes of God summarizing the series.

    Knowing God Series #20 “Our Great, Pure and Good God Much is said about worshipping God and yet we really no little about the God we claim to worship. Some focus on a God that has little to do with His creatures. Others think God is a mean policeman. Still others think there is more ...read more

  • Walking The Walk

    Contributed by Brian Gilbert on Oct 4, 2006
    based on 37 ratings
     | 6,099 views

    How can we make a difference in our world today. 3 ways to walk in a dark and desperate world.

    There is absolutely no doubt that we are living in dark days. Watch the news for 10 minutes or read the front page of your daily paper. Certainly you will recognize that we are beriong bombearded with horrific stories. Evil is present with us and at times it seems to be winning. How should ...read more

  • The Value Of Forgiveness

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Oct 27, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,038 views

    This sermon is part of our Building Lasting Values discipleship series, and looks at the value of forgiveness. It looks at why we should forgive, the issue of resentment, what forgiveness doesn't do, and how to implement forgiveness in our lives.

    Building Lasting Values “The Value of Forgiveness” Audio: https://mega.nz/#!2RMxmKQS!dFhT44PsNirGWzX-0NUPb_Q_5uw3Sc4-dNnv9jIeyGU The value of forgiveness is a topic I’ve talked on many times, and the points that I am going to share I’ve brought up before, and that’s because they haven’t changed, ...read more

  • Genesis 6 - Part 7 - Sweet Baby Jesus Or God Of Judgment? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Dec 18, 2009
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,424 views

    We all like the picture of sweet baby Jesus in the manger at Christmas time. But is that the only understanding you have about God - a sanitised easy to handle kind of God?

    Genesis 6 - Part 7 - Sweet Baby Jesus or God of Judgment? We all like the picture of sweet baby Jesus in the manger at Christmas time. But is that the only understanding you have about God - a sanitised easy to handle kind of God? We don’t like to think of God destroying mankind. We prefer ...read more

  • The Two Kinds Of Saints We Must Pray For In Our Day Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 12, 2019
     | 241 views

    Love and fear are the two driving forces in human nature, so we need two kinds of saints today.

    Tuesday of 28th Week in Course 2019 St. Theresa of Jesus (of Avila) There are two forces that drive the human being. On the one hand, love responds to the eternal creative and embracing Trinity, who loved us into existence and longs to divinize us. Fear, on the other hand, responds to the evil and ...read more