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  • Willful Sin, Or Service

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Apr 13, 2002
    based on 11 ratings
     | 3,605 views

    This sermon addresses how we cannot sow to the nature of the flesh and expect to reap from the Spirit.

    WILLFUL SIN OR SERVICE Text: Romans 6:3-14, 20-23 When I used to be a sales clerk at Spencers (now closed) at Outlet Marketplace adjacent to Carowinds in Fort Mill, S.C. I used to get into disagreements with my fellow employees. Most of them had what I like to call an "inoculation theology" ...read more

  • Extreme Surrender Series

    Contributed by Matthew Rogers on Dec 10, 2001
    based on 67 ratings
     | 8,836 views

    In order to be a world changer I must be willing to lay down my life. Part 1 in a series called "How to Change Your World."

    How to Change Your World – Part 1 October 14, 2001 INTRODUCTION One of the things that was clear from our study of the Sermon on the Mount was that followers of Jesus have within themselves the potential to make a great impact on the world. Jesus referred to those who take his message ...read more

  • Dead To Sin, Alive To God

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Jun 26, 2002
    based on 138 ratings
     | 14,958 views

    At baptism, God changes your personality. Let’s see how.

    Romans 6:1-11 DEAD TO SIN, ALIVE TO GOD In our country, a major change is taking place. The wildfires in Colorado and Arizona are completely changing the landscape over there. Some of our WELS people living in those areas have been evacuated. A major change is taking place, and you have to ...read more

  • Forgetting What's Behind. Straining For What's Ahead.

    Contributed by Quintin Marrow on Apr 2, 2001
    based on 37 ratings
     | 7,366 views

    Forsaking all past achievements and human advantages, St. Paul strains ahead to be found in Christ; this striving is by faith, and results in an imputed righteousness from God, a sharing in the sufferings of Christ, Christlikeness and participation in the resurrection of the dead.

    “Forgetting what’s behind. Straining for what’s ahead.” April 1, 2001 The Rev’d Quintin Marrow St. Anne’s Episcopal Church Oceanside, California The Text: Phil. 3:8-14 In sixteenth-century France, the start of the new year was observed on April first. It was celebrated ...read more

  • Dying For The Right Reason

    Contributed by Don Hutto on Jun 26, 2001
    based on 54 ratings
     | 6,812 views

    Memorial Day Sermon

    Dying For The Right Reason Romans 6:1-10 We celebrate, tomorrow, those who have given their lives for their country. Tomorrow is the day we call Memorial Day. Memorial Day was originally established so that those who died in the Civil War could be recognized. A special day was set aside to honor ...read more

  • A Matter Of Death And Life

    Contributed by Stephan Brown on Oct 7, 2001
    based on 107 ratings
     | 6,958 views

    Explains the meaning of baptism: that we are dead with Christ, but have new life in Him. Demonstrates that holiness and commitment to God are the result of this death and life.

    "A MATTER OF DEATH AND LIFE" We’re here this morning really for two different but connected celebrations. But this morning we will celebrate these two ceremonies in the reverse order of what they are normally celebrated. In English, when something is very important we may use the saying, "It’s a ...read more

  • Is God's Grace Cheap?

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Jul 21, 2001
    based on 34 ratings
     | 4,243 views

    The nature of God’s grace does not give us an excuse to sin.

    In the preceding chapters of the Epistle to the Romans, Paul has shown that salvation is purely of grace (undeserved kindness). Because we are saved by grace we can know that our salvation is eternally secure. But there are many who do not believe in the doctrine of eternal security (maybe ...read more

  • Why So Many Unfaithful Professing Christians

    Contributed by Cooper Abrams Iii on Sep 24, 2001
    based on 99 ratings
     | 11,203 views

    A Message to Preachers on the Need to Preach Repentance from Sin.

    A Message to Preachers on the Need to Preach Repentance from Sin. Why So Many Unfaithful Professing Christians? Romans 6:1-18 _________________________________ Intro: The title of the message identifies the problem. To some degree in all our churches there is a number of people who profess ...read more

  • How To Keep From Sinning Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Mar 17, 2003
    based on 145 ratings
     | 11,076 views

    If you execute someone for a crime you can’t put them on trial again. Jesus was executed for your sins not just so they are forgiven, but that you might escape their hold as well – and that’s what Romans chapter 6 is all about.

    For an audio copy of this message go to: www.LivingWatersWeb.com I recently discovered that one of my teeth was cracked. The dentist wanted me to have the tooth out as quickly as possible, so I did. Sure enough there was a huge abscess under the tooth eating away at my jaw. The oral surgeon took ...read more

  • A Renewed Mind

    Contributed by Norris Harris I on Mar 1, 2003
    based on 56 ratings
     | 8,982 views

    God desires not only a Change in the Mind of His children at the time of conversion; He also desires a Mind that is Totally Renewed. The Reason evil spirits can work is that we have not been liberated entirely from a Carnal Mind.

    God desires not only a Change in the Mind of His children at the time of conversion; He also desires a Mind that is Totally Renewed. The Reason evil spirits can work is that we have not been liberated entirely from a Carnal Mind. We may start out with a Narrow Mentality which cannot tolerate others ...read more

  • Why Was Jesus Baptized?

    Contributed by Tim Bond on Feb 3, 2002
    based on 49 ratings
     | 6,744 views

    Jesus’ baptism tells us something about the significance of baptism for all Christians.

    Some of the most memorable events in the church are baptisms. Over the years I’ve had the privilege of participating in many baptisms, and I have to say that they are some of my greatest recollections of church. The first baptism I participated in up close and personal was my own. At age 13, on ...read more

  • Baptism: A Matter Of Death And Life

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Jan 25, 2002
    based on 227 ratings
     | 13,969 views

    A biblical study of baptism and its meaning in the life of the believer

    TEXT: ROMANS 6:1-11 TITLE: “BAPTISM: A MATTER OF DEATH AND LIFE” INTRODUCTION: A. A drunk stumbled along a baptismal service on Sunday afternoon down by the river. He proceeded to walk down into the water and stood ...read more

  • "Baptism: Obligation Or Option”

    Contributed by David Yarbrough on Mar 17, 2002
    based on 359 ratings
     | 23,517 views

    This sermon examines: Three types of baptism, why be baptized, and the significance of baptism.

    Into: Some people treat the Bible as if it where a buffet, they just pick and choose the commands they want to obey and pass the others by. They have all kinds of excuses for doing so. Illustration: A man walked up to a vending machine, put in a coin, pressed the buttons labeled, “coffee, ...read more

  • Contrasting The Carnal And Spiritually Minded

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 48 ratings
     | 5,371 views

    Use the following check list of criterion to evaluate your own spiritual progress in putting away the old sinful nature and putting on Christ’s characteristics into all areas of your heart, soul, emotions, mind and behavior:

    Carnallv Minded People Focus on selfish interests that concentrates only on their own individual concerns at the exclusion of the needs of others They are habitually jealous of what others have. They are suspicious of others or inclined to believe the worst of everyone and everything. They are ...read more

  • How Grace Changes Everything Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jan 3, 2001
    based on 224 ratings
     | 41,202 views

    When we encounter God’s grace, it changes everything because we die to our old way of live, are introduced to a new way of life, and find a new master.

    In his book "What’s So Amazing About Grace," Christian author Philip Yancey writes about a friend who invited him out for a cup of coffee one night (Yancey 179-80). This friend, it turns out, is contemplating leaving his wife after 15 years of marriage because he’s found someone younger and ...read more