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  • Jesus The Sage Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 28, 2002
    based on 126 ratings
     | 22,239 views

    Jesus as a teacher of wisdom, and how God’s wisdom is "upside down" compared to the wisdom of the world.

    Jesus The Sage – “Portraits of Christ” series Steve Simala Grant - Feb. 2/3, 2002 Intro: I have a picture here taken in Disney World, outside of the “Honey I Shrunk the Kids” pavillion. I want you to look at it closely: What’s wrong with this picture? Look closely at the ...read more

  • What The Jewish Sages Teach!!!

    Contributed by Suresh Manoharan on Mar 27, 2015
     | 1,251 views

    With Good Friday imminent and our focus turning to Genesis 22, this message encapsulates many startling truths of Jewish tradition including one on Gen 22 which Christians need to know in order they can glorify the Heavenly Father all the more!!!

    What the Jewish Sages teach… Its quiz time folks! Tell me what is common to 1 Cor 10:4, Jude 1:9 and Jude 1:14? Well, they are accounts from Jewish Tradition, which we may not find in the corresponding Books of Exodus or Deuteronomy ...read more

  • Cynic Sage Or Son Of God

    Contributed by Chris Surber on Aug 20, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,434 views

    Was Jesus merely a cynic rebel as some claim? Was He merely a wise man or prophet? He was and is the Son of God!

    "Cynic, Sage, or Son of God" Matthew 16:13-20 Introduction An American missionary one day overtook one of his converts in the woods, and after some conversation asked him, ‘Tell me what your heart says of Jesus.’ The Native American stood still, paused awhile, and then replied, ‘Stop, and I ...read more

  • Facing Your Giants: Blind Intersections Series

    Contributed by Max Lucado on Nov 1, 2006
    based on 111 ratings
     | 18,806 views

    These sermons served as the foundation for Max’s newest book, Facing Your Giants. You have all you need to face the giant – size questions of your life.

    “Blind Intersections” 2 Sam. 2:1-4 These sermons served as the foundation for Max’s newest book, Facing Your Giants. THEME: You have all you need to face the giant – size questions of your life. Introduction: Max Lucado introduced the idea of direction for our lives by saying, “if ...read more

  • See Or Be Seen

    Contributed by Rusty Wright on Jun 18, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,256 views

    What is our motivation for going to church or serving God’s creation?

    See or Be Seen 6-17-07 Luke 7:36-50 There was once as boy who, like many kids in school, was having a real problem with math— well, more than a problem. No matter what his parents did, one on one tutoring or peer mentoring, their son never received a grade better than a “D” on any ...read more

  • When Your Thread Gets Tangled...

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Jul 6, 2003
    based on 37 ratings
     | 3,188 views

    Pentecost 3: Whom do you seek when you find yourself in trouble? We get sage advice from David in the words of Psalm 28.

    If there is one thing that is highly valued today its self-reliance. Folks value the capacity in others to stand on their own two feet; to have the where-with-all to weather the storms; to adapt, overcome and conquer. It’s a trademark of our times. We strive to raise our children to be independent, ...read more

  • The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: The Character & Personality Of John

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 27, 2021
     | 256 views

    He was the sage who wrote the most beautiful, eloquent, and theologically deep description of the life of Jesus. He followed Jesus all the way to the cross when the rest of the disciples fled.

    He was the sage who wrote the most beautiful, eloquent, and theologically deep description of the life of Jesus. He followed Jesus all the way to the cross when the rest of the disciples fled. He was so humble and self-effacing that he only mentioned himself in his gospel account as ‘the disciple ...read more

  • Graduation 1999 - Learning

    Contributed by Dean Morgan on Sep 15, 2004
    based on 123 ratings
     | 15,741 views

    Toward the end of Camelot, a depressed King Arthur asks the sage Merlin what to do for sadness. To which Merlin enthusiastically replies. “Learn something new, my boy, learn something new!”

    TEXT: Proverbs 8:33 SUBJECT: LEARNING (Graduation 1999) Toward the end of Camelot, a depressed King Arthur asks the sage Merlin what to do for sadness. To which Merlin enthusiastically replies. “Learn something new, my boy, learn something new!” You may not know this, but school was never ...read more

  • Let God Be God

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 11, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,740 views

    Let Go and Let God is sage advice for any Christian. Our strength comes not from controlling God, but from allowing God to be who God is, powerful, wise, loving, and forgiving.

  • “put Not Your Trust In Princes”(Politicians)

    Contributed by John Gaston on Oct 21, 2012
    based on 5 ratings
     | 13,175 views

    This election is very important, but despite the outcome, we still may find ourselves disillusioned. David has sage advice for us: "Do not put your trust in princes." So what should be the object of our Trust? There are 3 accessories to gain that trust.

    “PUT NOT YOUR TRUST IN PRINCES”(POLITICIANS) Psalm 146:3 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: LIBERAL KITTENS 1. Chris Matthews (MSNBC Hardball; liberal) was out jogging one morning, and saw a little boy on the corner with a box. 'What's in the box son?' The little boy, who knew who he was, ...read more

  • The Ways Of The Wise

    Contributed by Ryan Sato on Dec 25, 2004
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,907 views

    Are we among the wise of this generation? What does it mean to be a person who walks in Kingdom-wisdom? Perhaps some sages from the first Christmas can shed some light upon our paths as we walk into a new year.

    Opener: Here we find ourselves in the house of the Lord the day after Christmas!? How do we feel about that?? Traditionally, Boxing day is this: The holiday’s roots can be traced to Britain, where Boxing Day is also known as St. Stephen’s Day. Reduced to the simplest essence, its origins are ...read more

  • Criteria For Resolving Conflicts

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Aug 19, 2001
    based on 38 ratings
     | 994 views

    Criteria For Resolving Conflicts

    Criteria For Resolving Conflicts Illustration:How to turn a disagreement into a feud: 1. Be sure to develop and maintain a healthy fear of conflict, letting your own feelings build up so you are in an explosive frame of mind. 2. If you must state your concerns, be as vague and general as ...read more

  • Indecision

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on Jun 23, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,762 views

    Some people can't make up their mind and by doing that, they have already made a decision.

    Former president Ronald Reagan once had an aunt who took him to a cobbler for a pair of new shoes. The cobbler asked young Reagan, "Do you want square toes or round toes?" Unable to decide, Reagan didn't answer, so the cobbler gave him a few days. Several days later the cobbler saw Reagan on the ...read more

  • Sticking With The Facts When Criticized

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 10, 2001
    based on 34 ratings
     | 3,310 views

    When we are criticized it is essential to stick with the facts rather than to conjecture about matters that we are unfamiliar with

    Sticking With the Facts (Acts 24:1-27) Illustration:Two men who lived in a small village got into a terrible dispute that they could not resolve. So they decided to talk to the town sage. The first man went to the sage’s home and told his version of what happened. When he finished, the sage ...read more

  • Christians' Guide To Conflict

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Apr 16, 2005
    based on 26 ratings
     | 3,694 views

    Exposition of Matthew 18

    A CHRISTIANS’ GUIDE TO CONFLICT MATTHEW 18:15-17 INTRODUCTION... The Town Sage, David Moore in Vital Speeches of the Day Two men who lived in a small village got into a terrible dispute that they could not resolve. So they decided to talk to the town sage. The first man went to the sage’s ...read more