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  • My Way Series

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Apr 10, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    The song My Way reflects the arrogance of man in rebellion to God and our only hope rests in doing it God’s way.

    Genesis 4:17-26 November 24, 2002 If I asked you to pick one song which best describes the human condition - what song would you pick? Pastor you’re asking a lot. One song to describe the human condition? Surely there is not one song that sums up man. I think I have that song this more

  • Sars And Wars – Where Is God?

    Contributed by Floyd Johnson on May 5, 2003
    based on 22 ratings

    We are broken people - SARS and war of evidence of this. Yet God chooses to love and use broken people to spread his Word.

    Intro.: I don’t know whether you read the newspaper on a regular basis? But I expect that, if not the newspaper, then the radio or the TV becomes a source about the days news. 1. Sometimes when I listen to or read the news, I feel quite discourages 2. It seems that I see daily bad news about more

  • Why Do Christians Sin?

    Contributed by David Cambridge on May 13, 2003
    based on 46 ratings

    This lesson explains why Christians sin and offers several practical, scriptural steps in avoiding sin.

    Why Do Christians Sin? Introduction 1. Speaking of man generally, the Scriptures state the following fact: "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;" (Romans 3:23) "For there is not a righteous man on earth, that does good continually, and never sins." (Ecclesiastes more

  • The High Cost Of Sin

    Contributed by Pieter Botes on May 19, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    Ever wondered why God is so serious about sin Let’s look together at it’s consequences

    The Cost of Sin 1. Read 2 Samuel 24: 1 – 10 2. Vs: 10 I have sinned ----- Topic today from the Word of God: Sin Why is Sin so important? What does the God say to His people: You and me? “Be Holy for I am Holy” Even God’s mighty man (btw God has no mighty men, Men have an more

  • Heart Attack Lent Series

    Contributed by Jay Winters on Oct 18, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    Viewing the Holiness of God caused Isaiah to exclaim the heart-attack language of "Woe is me!" and does the same to us, the season of Lent is a time in the Christian year to examine ourselves and have a heart attack experience as well.

    Goal: That we might be so stricken to the heart that we are shocked into realizing our place before a Holy God. Malady: We’re building up with complacency. Means: Christ came to us, became heartache for us, and In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit – the HOLY more

  • Don’t Look Back!

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Mar 18, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    Why should Christians remember Lot’s wife? Just like Sodom and Gomorrah, before Christ’s return, the world will be saturated with evil. Christians are warned to come out of the world and not be a part of it.

    Opening illustration: If a person sees a house on fire and does everything he can to rescue the occupants, he is heralded as a hero. And that’s the way it should be. Why is it, then, that a Christian who accepts what God says in the Bible about hell and tries to warn people is ridiculed as an more

  • Everybody Needs A Nathan

    Contributed by Scott Bradford on Mar 20, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    This sermon is about the "Nathan’s" of this world who confront the sin, specifically of the pastorate or Leadership of the Church.

    I. How do we deal with the demands of ministry? -the demands take their toll on the pastorate. -illustraition: Jesus walking comes to lame man crying (heals him). He comes to a blind man crying out (heals him). Comes to a man and woman sitting in the ditch crying. "Why are you crying?" (asks more

  • Life Guard On Duty Series

    Contributed by Neil Lieder on Feb 13, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Rip Tide Series Week 2: Life Guard on Duty This message stresses the importance of warning those we see falling into sin, and our responsibility to heed the warnings that God sends to us.

    RIP TIDE 2. Life Guard On Duty As we continue in our message series RIP TIDE, this evening we are talking about Life Guard on Duty. Last week we heard God’s warning to us about the Rip Tide of sin and the pull it has in our life. more

  • Dust In The Wind

    Contributed by Brian Lewis on Feb 16, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon on removing the sin from our lives.

    Turn to Mathew 15:10-11 Picture a room with sunlight shinning through the window. What do you see in your mind, maybe a bright clear day, warm sun shining in on you? What do we really see in our homes? Sun shining through the window showing us the dust in our homes, right? This is more

  • The Problem Of Sin

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Apr 19, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Part of the "good news" of the Gospel of Jesus Christ is that we are sinners. If we are sinners than we are not victims and there is a solution to our problem.

    Introduction Reading Book: The Reason for God, Belief in an Age of Skepticism, by Timothy Keller. It answers many questions we ask about God/faith. How can a loving God send people to hell? How can one religion be right- others wrong? Author- presents- rational case for belief in God. He more

  • Whatever You Do Don't Get Caught

    Contributed by Joe Hayes on Apr 26, 2009

    What ever you do don’t get caught you can also listen

    Life is full Dos & Don’ts. Often More Don’ts than Dos. From personal experience; I have learned Don’t buy your wife an Ironing Board for her Birthday, Don’t leave the handbrake off on hill, Don’t say walk in front of the dog when you don’t want to walk. When it comes to the Don’ts of life, most more

  • Song Of The Brokenhearted Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Apr 30, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Yield to God’s conviction.

    PSALM 51 SONG OF THE BROKENHEARTED Psalm 51.17 S: Brokenness and Repentance C: Revival Th: Our Time, Our Turn, Our All Pr: YIELD TO GOD’S CONVICTION. I. SIN II. REPENT III. CHANGE IV. FRUIT PA: How is the change to be observed? • Grieve over your sin. • Reconcile – make it more

  • When You Turn On The Light

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Mar 7, 2009

    Light reveals not only what we want to see but also what others don’t want us to see. Jesus, as the true light, does both, all for the purpose of offering freedom to a world trapped in darkness.

    When You Turn On the Light Griffith Baptist Church – 3/8/09 A.M. Service Text: John 8:1-12 (9:1-5) Key verse: John 8:12 - Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life. Premise: more

  • God Speaks To Randall Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Mar 16, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Personal message to the church regarding a prayer action plan -- dealing with longstanding sin issues being passed on generationally.

    GOD SPEAKS TO RANDALL Revelation 2-3 S: Listening to God C: Prayer and Action Th: God Speaks to the Church. Pr: PRACT – Pray on it; Act on it. CV: “We will passionately pursue full devotion to Jesus Christ.” Version: ESV RMBC 15 March 09 AM INTRODUCTION: Is God able to more

  • The Plea Of The Repentant

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Apr 3, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    While we are not to live in a constant state of guilt, we should live in a constant state of awareness that when we offend our God with sin, we seek an honest and open confession to our God who instantly forgives. God is Good!

    The Plea of the Repentant Griffith Baptist Church – 4/5/09 P.M. Service Text: Psalm 51:1-6 Key verse: Psalms 51:2 – Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. Premise: While we are not to live in a constant state of guilt, we should live in a constant state more