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  • Romans 7:7-25 Series

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Sep 16, 2010

    The Law is holy

    Romans 7:7-25 John Shearhart September 19, 2010 One of the hot political topics of our day is gun control. There are those who say that easy access to guns creates violence, and then there are those who say the exact opposite, that guns actually prevent violence. But whether you favor or more

  • Even More Implications Of Grace Series

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Feb 6, 2012
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    Grace has more power than the Law; we must exercise the grace of God in our own lives.

    Even More Implications of Grace February 5, 2012 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: Grace has more power than the Law; we must exercise the grace of God in our own lives. Focus Passage: Romans 7:14-25 Supplemental Passage: "Keep watching and more

  • We Need A New Nature Series

    Contributed by David Lange on Sep 16, 2013

    Our nature became corrupted through Adam. We are totally depraved and in need of a Savior!

    WE NEED A NEW NATURE THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS TRUTH IS BROKEN DOWN INTO TWO POINTS 1. OUR NATURE BECAME CORRUPTED THROUGH ADAM When God made Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden, he stated that all of His creation was “very good” (Gen 1:31), so how can humans now be considered corrupt? more

  • Be Good For Goodness Sake Series

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Oct 14, 2013

    Paul struggled with the postive quality of goodness that only God possesses and so do we. It is necessary for us to learn to be good. So, welcome to the classroom.

    As I came in this morning and heard people greeting each other, I heard a word being spoken quite a bit. “You’re looking good this morning.” “I feel good this morning.” “Everything is going good.” “I am doing good.” There seems to be a lot of more

  • "I Am A Mess"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jul 10, 2014

    The sermon shares how messed up Paul is and if Paul is a mess then we are as well. Since we are a mess there is also a rescue Jesus Christ.

    I am a Mess Romans 7:15-25a 1. First of all Paul says he is a mess. I am a Mess He writes, "For I do not do the good I want, but the evil I do not want is what I keep on doing" (v. 19). • Paul reveals a man who feels tossed back and forth between what he sees as two forces at more

  • The Battle Within Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Mar 7, 2017

    Paul addresses the Christian's battle with indwelling sin.

    Tommy Lasorda, the former Los Angeles Dodgers manager, once described his battle with bad habits: “I took a pack of cigarettes from my pocket, stared at it and said, “Who’s stronger, you or me?” The answer was me. I stopped smoking. Then I took a vodka martini and said to it, “Who’s stronger, you more

  • The Nature Of Our Nature Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on May 23, 2010
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    Why do we do what we don't want to do? Etc, etc. In this message we look at the why and how of the sinful nature

    Wow that was depressing. I would have expected more from Paul, but this just sounds like whining. I half expected him to check himself into a rehab centre by the time I got to the end of this section. But at some time in our Christian life most of us could probably identify with what Paul is more

  • Is Legalism A Bad Word?

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jul 9, 2010

    This message deals with the fact that God’s law (from Moses to Christ) is good and that its continued presence in church and culture is right, not wrong.

    Too many people today, even Christians, feel like the days of grace and spiritual liberty should erase the law of God. If any minister or church preaches or teaches the laws of God as good, they are labeled as old-fashioned, cult-like, or legalistic. Since when did ‘legalism’ (the idea of abiding more

  • Come Unto Me

    Contributed by William Baeta on Jul 8, 2017
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    “Come to me, all who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls” Matthew 11:28-29.

    Introduction: A major problem in our nation today, and not a day goes by without it being mentioned in the news media, is corruption. All attempts to end it have proved unsuccessful as many people see nothing wrong with it. The reason is that they are always hearing that lying and cheating more

  • The Enemies Of Christian Life

    Contributed by John Ong on Oct 10, 2017

    As Christians, we live in this world with our fair share of trials and tribulations. Nothing is given to us in a silver platter and we have to work for what we want to achieve.

    As Christians, we live in this world with our fair share of trials and tribulations. Nothing is given to us in a silver platter and we have to work for what we want to achieve. God has promised us abundance, protection and a happy life but as His children, we need to prove that we can overcome more

  • I Don't Need A New Year; I Need A New Me!

    Contributed by Harold Miller, Jr. on Dec 27, 2017
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    The real need is not a new year, but rather the transformation into a new person.

    “For I know that nothing good dwells in me, that is, in my flesh. For I have the desire to do what is right, but not the ability to carry it out. For I do not do the good I want, but the evil I do not want is what I keep on doing.” more

  • The Doctrine Of Assurance: "A Conflict Of Interest" [part One]

    Contributed by Reverend Cooper Mcwhirter on Sep 29, 2016

    The certainty of knowing you are a child of God

    Sermon Preached at Grace Community Church (EPC) Sun City Grand, Surprise, AZ Sunday, May 31, 2015 by the Reverend Cooper McWhirter The Doctrine of Assurance: “A Conflict of Interest” [Part One] Romans 7:14-25 If I were to ask: “Why are you in church today?” more

  • Why I Do The Things I Do Series

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Apr 19, 2011

    Ever wonder why we do the thngs we do? Why we do the things we don't want to do? God has the answer.

    Why I do the things I do? Romans chapter 7:14-25 Introduction- We started a new series last week “Looking for answers”. Last week we looked at what it means to be alive in Christ. We also saw what it meant to be dead without Christ. This week, we ask the question, “Why more

  • Secret Of The Most Holy Place

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Oct 14, 2010
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    There is more to the Christian life than just being saved and baptized.

    Secret of the Most Holy Place Introduction A It is my fear that so many Christians get saved, are baptized & join a church & believe there is no further place to go. 1 Saved, going to heaven, I’m done a There are higher heights, deeper parts in the streams of living water. b Many more

  • Romans, Part 21 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Mar 9, 2011

    Paul continues to describe the the Gentile that we are in a battle, a battle against sin and a battle to bring as many as we can to Jesus Christ. We must control our minds and become slaves to Christ in everything that we experience in life.

    Romans, Part 21 Romans 7:7-25 Introduction - Romans 7:4 – key point of bearing fruit … - Paul reminds us that we are to die to what used to control us - That is, to put off the things of this world and focus only on Kingdom issues - All that separates us from living a life more