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  • Return To Your First Love

    Contributed by Scott Hippler on Feb 12, 2001
    based on 47 ratings
     | 9,722 views

    Has your relationship with Christ grown cold and distant?

    Return To Your Fist Love God wants to send real revival! More than just a banner stretched outside a church building, more than just a few conversions, more than just a temporary rush of emotions and more than a gathering like we have here this morning. God wants and God desires to send real ...read more

  • Love In The Rear View Mirror-I Series

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Mar 2, 2001
    based on 90 ratings
     | 2,946 views

    Recognizing the Danger of losing what matters most.

    Love in the Rear View Mirror - Rev 2:1-7  Look this morning at another letter to the Ephesian church other than the one written by Paul. 1) Apostle John is only remaining disciple alive and is now banished to the island of Patmos. It is here that Jesus gives him a 3-fold message. 2) ...read more

  • Love In The Rear View Mirror-Ii Series

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Mar 2, 2001
    based on 56 ratings
     | 1,953 views

    How to recover from losing your first love.

    Where is your first love?  This morning: 1) Patient: Ephesus - immoral, pagan city with strong church in it’s midst 2) Physician: Jesus who supports those who faithfully bring His message and knows everything about us individually and as a fellowship. 3) Positive: hard working, Bible ...read more

  • Beware Of The Second Love

    Contributed by Kenneth Pack on Mar 16, 2001
    based on 135 ratings
     | 8,488 views

    From various Bible characters we can see that today as then there are many voices bidding for our love and affection. The most important thing is to keep the Lord first in our lives.

    Intro: The passage we read in Deut. 20 is often referred to as the laws concerning warfare. There’s no denying that the church is in a war today. It’s an ever-increasing war against the enemy of our souls. Notice – When the officers stepped up they were about to go into battle. The word of ...read more

  • Reviving Your First Love

    Contributed by Tommy Davis on Mar 21, 2001
    based on 220 ratings
     | 17,450 views

    This sermon explores how Christians, over a period of time, have a tendency to stray away from JESUS CHRIST, their first love, and offers encouragement to return to HIM.

    TEXT: Revelation 2:1-5 1 Unto the angel of the church of Ephesus write; These things saith he that holdeth the seven stars in his right hand, who walketh in the midst of the seven golden candlesticks; 2 I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are ...read more

  • Have We Left Our First Love? Are We Still Saving Lives?

    Contributed by Rev. Saeed Richardson on May 23, 2002
    based on 48 ratings
     | 7,472 views

    As we look at our church today are we about our Father’s business-saving live? Or are we not?

    THE LIFEBOAT STATION , by Theodore Wedel On a dangerous seacoast where shipwrecks often occur there was once a crude little lifesaving station. The building was just a hut, and there was only one boat, but the few devoted members kept a constant watch over the sea, and with no thought for ...read more

  • Remember... Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 24, 2002
    based on 114 ratings
     | 24,620 views

    What did Jesus mean by telling the Ephesian church to "remember the height from which you have fallen?"

    OPEN: Art Toalston in The Baptist Press - Nov. 15, 2001 reported from New York and he wrote: “The cross has been saved. That’s the cross of steel beams uncovered as workers in New York cleared away debris at the World Trade Center. Recovery worker Frank Silecchia, who has championed the cross’ ...read more

  • Guard Your First Love

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on Jun 9, 2002
    based on 167 ratings
     | 8,214 views

    Is your love for Jesus exclusive? Do you regularly take quality time to be with him? We must guard our "first love."

    Guard Your First Love Pastor Bob Ashcraft June 2, 2002 (RealAudio) ------------------------------------------------------- INTRODUCTION: · In the first three chapters of Revelation, Jesus addresses the churches: · He has come to judge these churches in righteousness · 1 Peter 4:17 ...read more

  • Ephesus

    Contributed by Ken Gilmore on Jun 20, 2002
    based on 39 ratings
     | 3,574 views

    What God expects from a church is often different from what the Church thinks he expects. This was true at Ephesus and is true at many other churches.

    Rev 2:1-7 Introduction: -Seven Golden Candlesticks are the seven churches. -Seven stars are their ministers -Why only seven of the churches – why not Troas, Miletus, Colosse, or Hieropolis? -These seven letters contain messages valuable to our church. Let us identify what God loves about these ...read more

  • "Christ Speaks To His Churchs--Ephesus" Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 6, 2002
    based on 30 ratings
     | 4,226 views

    Introduction to the series, then Ephesus--in spite of their orthodoxy, the spiritual vitality of the church at Ephesus was gone.

    Christ Speaks to His Churchs--Ephesus Pastor Bob Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts We all dread performance appraisals; they can often make or break a career. In the Book of Revelation we read our Lord’s spiritual evaluation report to His churches. While specific ...read more

  • Study3 - Revelation Series

    Contributed by Stephen Schwartz on Dec 18, 2001
    based on 24 ratings
     | 2,245 views

    Study three of the Book of Revelation.

    Desirable” VI. Ephesus The chief city of the province of Asia. Ephesus was the jewel of Asia. A beautiful thriving metropolis, which at times had one to two million people, gathered in its streets. The side of one of the mountains had a theatre, which seated twenty thousand people. She had a ...read more

  • The Day The King Was Born

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Dec 31, 2001
    based on 7 ratings
     | 6,259 views

    Christmas time is a very special time when we should be focused in on the day "The King" was born. His name is not Elvis or Santa Claus but Jesus Christ!

    "The Day The King was Born!” Thesis: Christmas time is a very special time when we should be focused in on day The King was born. His name is not Elvis or Santa Claus but Jesus Christ! Illustration: The Mysterious Visitor ’Twas just before Christmas. A pastor sat in his study meditating upon ...read more

  • Losing Your First Love

    Contributed by Richard White on Jan 3, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 10,340 views

    Ephesus lost their first love, Jesus gives us guidelines to retore our first love

    Losing your First Love Rev. 2:1-7 Paul Simon a famous Pop singer one time recorded a song called "50 ways to leave your lover." In it he has answers of how to get out of a relationship. But before some one can leave a loved one, they have to first stop loving them. This is probably ...read more

  • Revival Of Ephesus Series

    Contributed by Charles Mallory on Jan 15, 2002
    based on 48 ratings
     | 4,151 views

    Seeking revival in our spiritual lives by learning from the mistakes made by the Church at Ephesus

    IT HAS BEEN SAID THAT EVERY VIRTUE CARRIES WITHIN ITSELF THE SEEDS OF ITS OWN DESTRUCTION! THERE IS ALSO A STATEMENT THAT SAYS, "YOU CAN BE SO HEAVENLY MINDED THAT YOU BECOME NO EARTHLY GOOD." GOOD WORKS AND PURE DOCTRINE ARE NOT ADEQUATE SUBSTITUTES FOR THAT RICH RELATIONSHIP OF MUTUAL LOVE ...read more

  • The Danger Of Fundamentalism

    Contributed by David Zimmerman on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 61 ratings
     | 3,783 views

    Ephesus was a wealthy, cultured city.

    Ephesus was a wealthy, cultured city. But it was also a mor-ally corruptcity. In many ways, you could compare it to Wash-ington D.C., Dallas, Texas, Chicago, Boston, Amsterdam, or Ber-lin. If we could transport Ephesus into modern times, it would have its skyscrapers and snarled expressways. It ...read more