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  • Made Alive In Christ Series

    Contributed by Aarron Ellerman on Apr 30, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    God brings us from being spiritually dead, unable and unwilling to help ourselves. But God not only made us alive but gave us an inheritance beyond description.

    Series: Ephesians: How To Walk God’s Trail Text: Ephesians 2:1-7 Title: “Made Alive In Christ” I. What We Were (1-3) • “And you...who were dead” o What does it mean when the Bible says we were dead? o Dead is an interesting word, while it does mean “without life” it also means more

  • Riches Of God's Grace Series

    Contributed by Robert Higgins on May 14, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Many of us pursue riches but we do not pursue the riches of God’s grace. Why? Is it because we do not understand the value of it?

    Have you ever dreamt of what it would be like to be rich? I don’t mean just well off, I mean rich? I think everyone has at one time or another in their lives…I think that is why we like to watch “Lifestyles of the rich and famous” and to gawk at the Cleveland Auto Show at cars we would never be more

  • The Throne Of Grace Series

    Contributed by Robert Higgins on May 23, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    We see a brand new Christian and we never tell them how to embrace the grace of God as their own on a daily basis. Why is that?? Maybe it is because we aren’t really all that certain of how to do it either!

    Embracing Grace – Part 4 – The Throne of Grace I went on a retreat with our Deacons this week. We had a good time of fellowship, food and friendship. We prayed together and we studied the bible together and we talked about God’s grace. I think some of today’s sermon will reflect those more

  • Enthusiastic Living Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 29, 2003
    based on 95 ratings

    The difference between living and existing can often be traced to one’s philosophy of life. The God-given philosophy of life involves many aspects, but today I’d like to summarize part of that philosphy through three "Remember" statements.

    Enthusiastic Living (Ecclesiastes 9:7-18) Intro 1. Kids pretend things to take away boredom….. (1) We’d walk to the store pretending we are trying to lose Martians who were following us (2) Kids who need medical treatments often try to make games of things… 2. As we age, we tend more

  • The Blessing Of Financial Obedience Series

    Contributed by D. Greg Ebie on Jan 9, 2004
    based on 50 ratings

    Malachi - The Final Prophet (part 7) Godly Insight for Today & Malachi 3:6-12

    ✎ Each of us are being affected by a universal law. It’s impact is felt by you, the chair you are sitting on, and your car sitting in the parking lot. Anything and anyone you can see around you submits to this law. Any idea what law it is? It’s the law of gravity. As powerful and far more

  • Our Identity In Christ Series

    Contributed by Neil Olcott on Jul 9, 2009
    based on 11 ratings

    In Christ we are significant. In Christ we are sufficient. In Christ we are secure.

    Intro.: These magazine sweepstakes have always intrigued me. I’m not quite sure that I really believe anybody is winning any money. What do you think? Do you know anyone who has won anything from these sweepstakes? The letters always come personally addressed, claiming that you are among the more

  • We Are Rich! Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Jul 15, 2009

    Wealth is NOT the evil that it is made out to be. Wealth has NEVER been the problem with God. What we do with that wealth, and how our heart reacts to that wealth is what God is concerned about.

    Sermon Brief Date Written: October 22, 2002 Date Preached: October 23, 2002 Church: Barataria BC [PM] FOUNDATIONAL ELEMENTS: Series: A Study in 1 Corinthians Title: We Are Rich! Text: 1 Corinthians 1:5 INTRODUCTION: The other day I was driving and I saw a billboard on the more

  • Tried It All?

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Oct 10, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Ordinary Proper 23: A sermon looking at three erroneous ways we often attempt to inherit eternal life: religion; good works; riches. Set in the context of a fair that has many things from which we can pick and choose.

    If you all didn’t make it to the Pan American Fair, you missed a good time! You could buy yourself a bunch of tickets and take them from place to place and play a game or buy a drink or get yourself some good food. Let me tell you a bit of what I tried yesterday: I started off by eating a couple more

  • Out Of Breath

    Contributed by Jeff Haynes on Oct 14, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Our spiritual blessings in Christ

    “Are you out of Breath?” Ephesians 1:3-14 Introduction: How many of you remember getting excited as a child that you didn’t even stop to breathe when telling the story of what happened? It could have been learning to ride a bike, catching your first fish, or hitting your first home run. I more

  • Matthew 6 – Part 6 - So Are You Saying God Wants Me To Be Poor? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Feb 4, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Now here’s a passage that many Christians use to say that we ought to live in poverty and give away everything we own to the poor. Or the watered down version says that we should never be rich, only just earn enough money to live.

    Matthew 6 – Part 6 - SO ARE YOU SAYING GOD WANTS ME TO BE POOR? I’ve never had all that much money in my life. Still don’t. But I’ve never lived in poverty either. I remember being down to I think $10 in our account. Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to be rich, but mostly all I want is more

  • Lessons For The Materializing Church -- Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Nov 3, 2009

    Frank Mead has said, “The best protection one can have from the devil and his schemes is a humble heart. Nowhere is this more apt than when we look into the area of our personal security. James, in his letter deals with this situation – personal securit

    THE BOOK OF JAMES LESSONS FOR THE MATERIALIZING CHURCH -- PART 2 James 1:9-11 – TRIALS INTRODUCTION: Frank Mead has said, “The best protection one can have from the devil and his schemes is a humble heart. Nowhere is this more apt than when we look into the area of our personal security. more

  • Are You Rich Or Poor?

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Nov 19, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Pentecost 19(C) - Do you know if you are rich or poor? Look at the poor, rich man. Be like the rich, poor man.

    ARE YOU RICH OR POOR? (Outline) October 11, 2009 -- PENTECOST 19 -- Luke 16:19-30 INTRO: Are you rich or poor? It all depends doesn’t it? The world looks at wealth and prosperity very, very differently from God’s view. The world wants to have lots of things to enjoy on this more

  • Come, And Live

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Jun 10, 2010
    based on 9 ratings

    This is a powerful word that will give the people live, and remind them of who they are in Christ and through His Word.

    Come, and Live Isaiah 55:1 “Ho! Everyone who thirsts, Come to the waters; And you who have no money, Come, buy and eat. Yes, come, buy wine and milk Without money and without price. The Hebrew word used for thirst here is a word that has a deeper meaning. Dr. F. C. more

  • Part 11 - Matthew 8:19-20 - Does That Mean I Can’t Own My Own Home, Lord? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Mar 3, 2010
    based on 25 ratings

    A man comes and wants to follow Jesus, and Jesus gives Him an obscure answer about birds nests and foxes dens and about having no place to sleep! What is He saying? IF I AM TO BE A DISCIPLE (A CHRIST FOLLOWER) I CAN NEVER OWN MY OWN HOME?

    Part 11 - Matthew 8:19-20 - DOES THAT MEAN I CAN’T OWN MY OWN HOME, LORD? Here we go again! Jesus doing something totally unexpected! A man comes and wants to follow Him like the other disciples are following Jesus, and He gives him an obscure answer about birds nests and foxes dens and about more

  • The Benefits Of Fearing God And Keeping His Commandments

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Sep 20, 2006
    based on 25 ratings

    Blessed is the man who fears the Lord, who greatly delights in His commands. He will not fear when the evil day comes. Because his heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord."

    The Benefits of Fearing God and Keeping His Commandments Psalm 112:1-112:2 (NIV, NIRV, TNIV, KJV) How to Fear God and Keep His Commands (Psa 112:1,2) "Blessed is the man who fears the Lord, who greatly delights in His commands. He will not fear when the evil day comes. Because more