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  • The Debt Of Love

    Contributed by Duke Jeffries on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 17 ratings
     | 986 views

    A. INTRODUCTION 1.

    A. INTRODUCTION 1. I really like our church's name. It's certainly not original, Indeed, when Dave Unruh and Lynn Corbett began the process of obtaining legal status with the federal government, they were informed that the name "Church of the Saviour" was so common that we would have to add ...read more

  • Imitate Christ In Your Concern Series

    Contributed by Michael Stover on Aug 2, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,415 views

    As we are spiritually transformed by God’s Holy Spirit (Romans 12:1-2) we will show the evidence. Romans 14 shows that we will imitate Christ in our Concern for others.

    IMITATE CHRIST IN YOUR CONCERN Romans 14:1-23 I. Genuine Acceptance (vs. 1-4) A. No Reservations 1. The weak in faith here is seen to be those who held to OT traditions and trappings of the Law 2. Romans 15:1 – Paul includes himself in the “WE” there, indicating that the strong in faith are ...read more

  • Can You Fall Down So Far You Can't Get Up? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 3, 2014
    based on 75 ratings
     | 51,062 views

    Can you fall down so far you can't get up? Judas did. Are there people in the church today who are like Judas? Is it possible we could be like him? And if so, how would we avoid becoming like him in our lives?

  • Make Every Effort Series

    Contributed by Mitchell Skelton on Dec 12, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 4,678 views

    Part of a series of sermons on Romans. How important is the unity of the church? Why should we Make Every Effort to keep unity? Can Christians have different opinions and still fellowship with one another?

    Make Every Effort Romans 14:1–23 INTRODUCTION Sibling relationships are, at best, sometimes strained. I can remember growing up, the fights my brother and I would get into. I forget what the fights were about, only that we fought. Most of the time, I’m sure, it was just nitpicking ...read more

  • Endure Mistreatment

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Sep 1, 2019
     | 469 views

    The subject “endure ill-treatment” is passé! People pick up their baggage to leave at the drop of a hat and over a small rift, no endurance, patience or tolerance.

    Endure –ill-treatment Hebrews 11:25”…choosing rather to endure ill-treatment with the people of God than to enjoy the passing pleasures of sin..” The subject “endure ill-treatment” is passé! People pick up their baggage to leave at the drop of a hat and over a small rift, no endurance, ...read more

  • No Other Gospel

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Feb 18, 2014
     | 1,458 views

    What is essential to the gospel of salvation?

    No Other Gospel Galatians 1:1-9 Introduction There is no doubt of the great influence that Paul’s letter to the churches of Galatia has had on the church over the centuries. It has been front and center in the debate over the nature of salvation. The debate rages between faith and ...read more

  • The Priest And The Peasant Girl Series

    Contributed by Greg Stine on Dec 8, 2000
    based on 61 ratings
     | 1,464 views

    The frist of two sermons comparing and contrasting the responses of Mary and Zacharias to the announcement by the angel of the upcoming births of their sons.

    THE PRIEST AND THE PEASANT GIRL 9/19/99 Luke 1:5-25 I. Godliness of Zachariah and Elizabeth 5,6 A. Priest and daughter of a priest B. Godly - Righteous, obedient, blameless Significance - Israel under Herod the Great endured a deplorable political status ...read more

  • I Am Made All Things

    Contributed by Gregory Thomas on Sep 25, 2002
    based on 18 ratings
     | 889 views

    AN EXAMPLE OF HOW WE MUST DENY OURSELVES IN EXCHANGE FOR A POSITION AS A SERVANT.

    I AM MADE ALL THINGS INTRODUCTION THE APOSTLE PAUL SHOWS US OF THE ACT OF SELF - DENIAL AND SERVITUDE. THE ACT DENYING ONESELF OF THE PRESERNT POSSIBILITIES AND BENEFITS. IN EXCHANGE FOR A POSITION AS SERVANT. NOT BECAUSE HE HAD PAYED FOR IT BUT THAT HE COULD BRING SOMEONE TO CHRIST TO ...read more

  • Communing With Christ In Silence Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 16, 2017
     | 996 views

    As we approach the creche tonight or tomorrow, as we contemplate the silence or angelic music surrounding the manger, let’s all ask Our Lord for a real hunger for silent communion with the Holy Trinity.

    Vigil of Christmas 2017 extraordinary form We are called to belong to Jesus Christ. We are called to be saints. We are called to be like our mother, Mary, the just man, Joseph, and especially our Savior, our Messiah, our Lord. In the short time I have today, I’d like to share some thoughts on ...read more

  • The Weak And The Strong

    Contributed by Gerry Pratt on Apr 24, 2002
    based on 9 ratings
     | 3,562 views

    A message on how those who are spiritually strong ought to be treating those who are spiritually weak.

    In every situation, we have those whom we consider weak and those whom we consider strong. A. We all have somewhat different criteria that we use to come to this conclusion. 1. This is generally referred to as “our standards” a. If someone doesn’t measure up to our ...read more

  • Thank God For Brocolli

    Contributed by Stuart Blount on Sep 29, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 1,705 views

    We live in a world full of opinions. Yet there is a fine line between having an opinion and passing judgement. The Greek word for Judgement is ¡¥krino¡¦ and is the same word used for ’Condemn’. The Bible confronts the issue of judgementalism.

    The main title will make itself clear as we progress. We live in a world full of opinions. Yet there is a fine line between having an opinion and passing judgement. Greek word for Judgement is ¡¥krino¡¦ and is the same word used for Condemn The Bible confronts the issue of ...read more

  • Love Your Neighbor

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Oct 23, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,058 views

    For you, brethren, have been called to liberty; only do not use liberty as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another. For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Galatians 5:13

    Love your neighbor 04/18/04 AM Reading: Leviticus 19:9-18 Text: Luke 10:25-37 INTRODUCTION Illustrate: Who is my neighbor? Luke 10:25 I. KEYS TO LOVING OUR NEIGHBORS A. Loving Our Neighbor – Is Greater Than Sacrifices 1. Mark 12:28-34 2. So Samuel said: “Has the LORD as great delight in ...read more

  • The Church Of The New Testament - Part 4 Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Feb 12, 2018
     | 28,053 views

    Part 4 of this series describes what the first Christians were like, some of the things they did in Christianity's earliest days, and the spread of Christianity in the region and the world.

    This 13-part series of classes has been many years in the making. About 25 years ago I began in earnest to examine the features, character and characteristics of the church as it existed in its earliest years. As I sometimes do, I kept my notes all along the way, and this series of classes is to a ...read more

  • Dealing With Disputable Matters Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Oct 4, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,102 views

    This sermon examines how to deal with disputable matters.

    Scripture Today we continue our study in Romans. My plan is to finish our study in Paul’s letter to the Romans by the end of this month. And so we are going to look at a large portion of the text this morning, Romans 14:1-15:13. I will not be going into each detail of this text; I will just give ...read more

  • Jesus And Pilate

    Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Sep 11, 2002
    based on 101 ratings
     | 6,655 views

    An examination of the meeting of Jesus and Pontius Pilate and the lessons that can be gained from their encounter, concerning the nature of civil authority and our relationship to it.

    The Jewish authorities wanted Jesus dead but were unwilling to kill Him themselves because they did not wish to lose favor with the common people who believed in Jesus. They wanted Rome to do it. They wanted Rome to take the blame. The evil Jewish authorities played Pontius Pilate like a fiddle ...read more