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  • Does Your Life Speak Well Of God? Romans 15:1-13 (Lesson)

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Nov 27, 2011

    I believe a lot of times the reason it's hard to witness to others is because they have had a bad experience with a Christian before. Maybe in a business deal or a friend backslid after trying to get their friend to come to Christ...and they were thinkin

    11-27-2011 Does your life speak well of God? Romans 15:1-13 I believe if our life speaks well of God then it must be spoken well of by others. We should be spoken well of by church members, co workers, friends, family members...because when we represent Jesus we are to be Christ like. We may more

  • Strength Is For Service, Not Status. Series

    Contributed by Daniel J. Little on Jan 16, 2012

    A Christianity that allows you to escape living by radical faith in God is not a Chrsitianity that would be recognized by the early church, or by many believers in third-world countries around the world.

    Strength is For Service Not for Status 01-15-2012 Pastor Dan Little The Landmark Church, Binghamton, NY 13901 Jesus showed the disciples what it meant to live as a servant. For three years He modeled the servant life before them, and then toward the end of His more

  • Finding Our One Voice Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Oct 22, 2010

    1) The Blended Involvement (Romans 15:1-6), 2) The Basic Instruction (Romans 15:7), 3) The Biblical Illustration (Romans 15:8-12) and 4) The Benedictory Intercession (Romans 15:13)

    In politics, some voices get heard while others ignored. Often those with the best connections or the loudest complainers tend to be heard. Things tend to spill over the same way in a local church. But things need to be different in Christ’s body, because He must call the shots. He will not bless more

  • Are We Ready To Go

    Contributed by Ron Theis on Jul 8, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Sure we want to win people to Christ, but are we ready to recieve them? Five marks of a healthy church.

    Are We Ready To GO? Romans 15:1-6 A. I couldn’t help but think about this message all day yesterday. 1. Car Care Clinic. a. Tire pressures were checked, b. Anti-freeze levels checked. c. Oil levels checked. d. Transmission fluid levels checked. e. Windshield washer levels more

  • Living In Hope And Unity Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Nov 30, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    When we understand "elpizo" hope and live it out, we will be united and be able to build up one another!

    The Pilgrims left Plymouth, England, on September 6, 1620. Their destination? The New World! Although filled with uncertainty and peril, it offered both civil and religious liberty. For over two months, the 102 passengers braved the harsh elements of a vast storm-tossed sea. Finally, with firm more

  • Becoming A Community Church Series

    Contributed by Charles Mims on Jan 11, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Building a church community within our neighborhood

    Becoming a Community Church January 16, 2010 Romans 15:1-4 1Now we who are strong ought to bear the weaknesses of those without strength and not just please ourselves. 2Each of us is to please his neighbor for his good, to his edification. 3For even (D)Christ did not please Himself; but more

  • We Who Are Strong Series

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Feb 28, 2014
    based on 85 ratings

    If we claim to be strong in the faith or know that we are strong or maybe stronger than some others, what should we do? 1- We should bear with the failings of the weak 2- We should please our neighbor for his good 3- We should accept one another

    INTRO.- We who are strong. I’ve always been interested in strength and strong men. I guess that’s a boy thing. ILL.- I first became interested in strong men by watching Superman on TV. That was the old Superman, George Reeves and by today’s standards he wasn’t much of more

  • The God Of Hope Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Dec 2, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Advent message looking at the hope that we have in Christ. it is part 1 of an Advent series called God of...

    The God of Hope Romans 15:1-13 Introduction- Prayer- This morning we begin the Advent season. Hard to believe that another Christmas is upon us. We are faced with preparing ourselves for the Christmas season. We have two options, (1) We can let it seek up and overtake us or more

  • Surviving The Storms Of Life In Marriage Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Apr 18, 2015

    5 tools that every marriage needs to battle bad things (Material adapted from Les & Leslie Parrott's book, When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages, chapter title, "How Good Marriages Battle Bad Things")

    HoHum: Talk about the storms this past week. Sayler Park Tornado - April 3, 1974. The only tornado in the April 3-4, 1974 Super Outbreak to occur in 3 states. It touched down near Rising Sun, crossed into Boone County, KY, then over the Ohio River into Sayler Park. In Sayler Park, The first more

  • Agradar A Los Demás

    Contributed by Juan Quintero on Mar 20, 2013

    En una sociedad que cada vez es mas egoísta, mas individual, resulta muy valido estos versos que nos invitan a ser agradables con los demás.

    "Que cada uno de nosotros procure agradar a los demás, buscando su bien y su crecimiento en la fe" Romanos 15:2 (BLP) COMENTARIO: Uno de los mensajes más repetidos y pedidos de los apóstoles en sus cartas fue acerca de la unidad. Especialmente para que los que lideraban, los que tenían poder o more

  • Pleasing God Instead Of Ourselves Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jan 14, 2013
    based on 14 ratings

    Apart from public sin, nothing shatters the fellowship, the spiritual growth & the witness of a congregation so much as disharmony among its members. Romans 15 continues Paul’s teaching in the vital importance of unity in the church, here meaning the loc

    ROMANS 15: 1-6 [CHRISTIAN RELATING SERIES] PLEASING GOD INSTEAD OF OURSELVES [Psalm 78:5-7] Someone once said, "The more I get to know the human race, the more I love my dog." Dogs are loyal, dependable, eager to please, and quick to forgive. Don’t you wish people were more like more

  • Christian Consideration

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Oct 23, 2012
    based on 15 ratings

    These verses call on us to be tolerant to others who may not dot every 'i' or cross every 't' exactly as we do.

    Christian Consideration Romans 15:1-7 Paul continues his theme of chapter 14 - dividing over to live out your convictions in the gray areas of life without judging others or causing them to stumble in their own walk. Along with more

  • All Kinds Of People Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jul 9, 2001
    based on 84 ratings

    Five reasons why God wants our church to welcome all kinds of people who share a common faith in Christ with us.

    (Note: This sermon was introduced with a powerpoint presentation set to the song "All Kinds of People" written by Sheryl Crow, Kevin Gilbert and Erick Pressley and performed by Susan Ashton from the "A Distant Call" CD). Why is it that the Christian community is divided over many of the very more

  • The Strong And The Weak Glorify God

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 37 ratings


    THE STRONG AND THE WEAK GLORIFY GOD WHEN HELD TOGETHER BY DIVINE ENCOURAGEMENT 1. The Strong are Obligated to Encourage the Weak (:1-5a) a. How can we encourage the weak? 1) by bearing with their failings (:1a) 2) by preferring them (not living for self) (:1-2) 3) by building up our more

  • Our Relationship To The Weak

    Contributed by Alan Smith on Aug 9, 2002
    based on 70 ratings

    We have a special responsibility to brothers and sisters who are weak.

    Introduction: I heard about a college recruiter who interviewed a high school basketball star. The recruiter said, "I hear you’re pretty good." The player said, "I’m the best there is. I averaged 45 points per game. I was the best rebounder in my high school. And I led our team to 3 more