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  • The Second Coming In Retrospect Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 15, 2016
     | 4,119 views

    Are we living in a way that anticipates the Lord’s return?

    The Second Coming in Retrospect (Mark 13:24-37) 1. Aerocondor was experiencing money problems in Peru and needed to cut back expenses. So, rumor had it they hired two blind pilots. Story soon spread about these pilots, but no one believed it. So one day the plane was loaded and up came the ...read more

  • God In The Rearview Mirror Series

    Contributed by Charles Mallory on Apr 13, 2019
     | 2,794 views

    How we have witnessed God work in the past can be the assurance we need that God, once again, will be with us and working everything for good.

    I THINK WE’VE ALL HEARD THE PHRASE: “HINDSIGHT IS 20/20” MEANING WE DON’T REALLY SEE ALL THE DETAILS VERY CLEARLY UP FRONT AS THE EVENTS UNFOLD IN OUR LIVES. IT IS NOT UNTIL WE LOOK BACK AT EVERYTHING AFTER IT IS OVER THAT WE ACTUALLY SEE HOW ALL THE PIECES UNIQUELY FIT TOGETHER. THE DISCIPLES ...read more

  • For Such A Time As This Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jul 23, 2019
     | 6,509 views

    Esther comes to understand the providence of God in retrospect. God has been preparing her for such a time as this.

    We ended last week on a sad note, with Mordecai and the Jews across the Persian Empire mourning. They had just received an edict for their execution. Haman, the evil high official to the King, hatched a plot to kill, not just Mordecai (his enemy and Jewish subordinate), but also his entire ...read more

  • How Bold Shall We Be?

    Contributed by Olen Bruner on Feb 16, 2002
    based on 44 ratings
     | 3,155 views

    This question is a retrospective look into our Christian resolve and commitment. This question ask us to look into the nature of our relationship with God, as we call upon our faith.

    Introduction: This question is a retrospective look into our Christian resolve and commitment. This question ask us to look into the nature of our relationship with God, as we call upon our faith. This question also suggest to me several additional questions: Just where do I stand when ...read more

  • You Can Look Back,even Look Ahead,but Don't Forget To Look Around You

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Jan 7, 2003
    based on 266 ratings
     | 22,029 views

    This message will cause you to look over your life in retrospect,and when you do you’ll remember to give God the Praise!

  • One Nation...

    Contributed by Veronica Coldiron on Jul 15, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,787 views

    This sermon is a look at the state of our union in retrospect to the Word and the consequences of turning from the power of God on a national level. It also offers a means to repair the damage that has been done.

    2 Chronicles 30:8 Now be ye not stiffnecked, as your fathers were, but yield yourselves unto the LORD, and enter into his sanctuary, which he hath sanctified for ever: and serve the LORD your God, that the fierceness of his wrath may turn away from you. There can be little doubt that this has ...read more

  • God’s Orchestration Of Christmas Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 14, 2009
    based on 8 ratings
     | 6,571 views

    It may seem like Jesus, Mary, and Joseph were at the mercy of innkeepers and emperors, but, in retrospect, the birth of Jesus amplifies God’s control and involvement in the entire matter. God is strong and in control.

    God’s Orchestration of Christmas (Luke 2:1-7) 1. This story broke this week from the United Kingdom: " LONDON (Reuters) – Gone are the days of shepherds in tea towels and tinsel-clad angels. Britain’s competitive parents are forking out on luxury pashmina shawls and velour dressing gowns to ...read more

  • The Martyr's Testimony Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 10, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,017 views

    God is very good at confusing us and leaving our heads in a spin, but He knows what He is doing, even if we can’t figure it out. But eventually his plan becomes clear, either in the distant future (eternity) or in retrospect (in this life).

    The Martyr’s Testimony (Acts 7:51-8:4) 1. According to an AP article yesterday (Nov. 8), "WASHINGTON – The nation’s jobless ranks zoomed past 10 million last month, the most in a quarter-century, as piles of pink slips shut factory gates and office doors to 240,000 more Americans with the ...read more

  • Who Is The Prodigal?

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Jul 12, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,358 views

    Retrospect your own lives, whether we need change and transformation {not that mine is perfect}. For God the most important thing is the condition of our heart & soul. Are we concerned about it too? Just the way God is deeply concerned about it. We need t

    Opening Illustration: The United States Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice is a preacher’s kid. She grew up in church. But in her mid-20s, she found she had drifted from her Christian faith. Rice told this story at a Sunday school class at National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C. in August ...read more

  • The Year In Review

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Apr 20, 2017
     | 4,625 views

    AS THE YEAR COMES TO A CLOSE WE OFTEN TAKE TIME TO REFLECT ON IT. LET US NOT FORGET TO USE OUR REFLECTIONS AS STEPPING STONES INTO THE FUTURE.

    THE YEAR IN REVIEW THE YEAR 2014 IS RAPIDLY DRAWING TO A CLOSE. I DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU BUT I FOUND THIS YEAR TO GO BY EXTREMELY FAST. I THINK I NOTICE THE YEARS PASSING QUICKER AS I GROW OLDER. MANY GROUPS AND PEOPLE USE THIS TIME TO LOOK AT THE YEAR IN REVIEW, AND ALSO TO ANTICIPATE WHAT ...read more

  • The Preposition "Eis" In Acts 2:38

    Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Jun 30, 2006
    based on 15 ratings
     | 5,877 views

    This is an examination of the meaning of the Greek preposition "eis" as we determine whether remission of sins precedes or follows repentance and baptism.

    During the last Century, theologians who believe that salvation is attained only by belief in Christ have made the assertion that the Greek preposition eis translated in Acts 2:38 as “for” should be translated “because of”. They assert that the Greek would suggest that one must repent and be ...read more

  • Great Couples Of The Bible 3: Boldness Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Feb 26, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,599 views

    Looking at the virtue of Goodness through the eyes of Abram and Sarai.

    Great Couples of the Bible 3 The Boldness of Abraham and Sarah A young man called his mother and announced excitedly that he had just met the woman of his dreams. Now what should he do? His mother had an idea: "Why don't you send her flowers, and on the card invite her to your place for a ...read more

  • Hearing And Obeying The Voice Of God Series

    Contributed by Rich Dunbar on Mar 8, 2005
    based on 44 ratings
     | 19,513 views

    If you want to hear God’s voice and know what He would have you to do then you will want to notice the four things Peter did in this passage and do them yourself.

    If you want to hear God’s voice and know what He would have you to do then you will want to notice the four things Peter did in this passage and do them yourself. You should… 1. REFLECT on God’s word – v.17 Peter was meditating on what God had communicated to him in the vision. God has ...read more

  • This Do In Remebrance Of Me

    Contributed by Chris Anderson on Oct 31, 2002
    based on 73 ratings
     | 2,970 views

    A Sermon for the observance of the Lord’s Supper.

    “This Do In Rememberance of Me” Luke 22:14-20 Text: Luke 22:19 Recorded here are the last hours of our Lord here on earth, and we are given the privilege of sharing in one of the most intimate moments that He spent with His disciples. Gone are the crowds thronging Him, seeking the physical and ...read more

  • Why A Savior?

    Contributed by Bob Gillchrest on Dec 14, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,775 views

    Why did God go to all this trouble just to provide a savior for mankind?

    “Why A Savior?” Luke 2:11 Introduction: I’ve tried to answer three questions in this series of messages about Christ and the celebration of his birth. First, why did he have to be born of a virgin? Why did his mother have to be a young teenage girl from Nazareth? And his father, a ...read more