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  • Our Sinful, Human Nature

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jun 6, 2015

    If we love God, we will truly love the things we ought to love and we'll find some other way of expressing our appreciation for the material things we have.

    The passage from Hosea 11:1-10 is a story of God mourning over his people. He loved Israel like a parent loves a child, but Israel spurned him. Even though he was rejected, God still loved Israel and could not renounce his chosen people. It is a metaphor for what Jesus did. Jesus was rejected by more

  • Visions And New Insights

    Contributed by Craig Condon on May 9, 2015

    We need to run to the waters of baptism and drown our old sin-filled lives. We need to be raised from spiritual death and filled with a passion for the Gospel, because it will make one helluva difference in our world.

    The events we just heard about in Acts 10:44-48 occur as part of Peter’s first sermon to the Gentiles. Peter had received a vision from God. In that vision, a sheet unfolded from heaven. On that sheet were animals of all kinds, including animals that were unclean under Jewish law. God more

  • "When The Doorbell Rings, Am I Home?" Series

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Dec 23, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    Jesus has made salvation available to all people. Why are not all people saved? When the Doorbell to our heart rings, am I home???

    Iliff and Saltillo UM Churches December 26, 2004 “When the Doorbell Rings, Am I Home?” Titus 2:11-15 INTRODUCTION: How many of you have already had someone stop by your house at this Christmas season or will sometime before the end of December? How did you know they were at your door? You more

  • God’s Grace Is For Everyone

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Sep 10, 2016

    No one deserves or earns salvation. It is all about God and His grace. Jesus did everything right so we could be made right. In spite of our sins, he continues to reach out to us. He continually promises to heal and help those who come to him.

    On the museum wall of the concentration camp at Dachau is a large and moving photograph of a mother and her little girl standing in line for the gas chamber. The child, who is walking in front of her mother, does not know where she's going. The mother, following behind, looks knowingly but is more

  • A General's Last Message

    Contributed by Timothy Craver on Sep 27, 2001
    based on 81 ratings

    Examines part of Joshua’s final words to the Israelites

    I have a question for all of you this morning: What would you say to a close friend if you knew it would be the last time you would speak to them? I read a story this past week about a man named Herman Lange. Mr. Lange was a Christian in Germany during the time of World War II. Adolf Hitler and more

  • Approaching The Altar

    Contributed by Joel W. Lohr on Feb 28, 2002
    based on 94 ratings

    Giving our all for God even when it seems unrealistic or possible.

    In our text for today Abraham is called by God to sacrifice his son Isaac on the altar that they would build on the mountain. Shocking really when you think about it at all! But, Abraham’s faith was such that he did not question God’s wisdom, but rather followed in obedience regardell of how more

  • The Trinity In Us

    Contributed by Craig Condon on May 30, 2015

    The power of sin dwelling within us prevents us from doing what is good and right in spite of our best intentions. The solution to this problem is the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit.

    How do you see yourself? The answer to that question affects our attitudes, actions, responses and reactions to life’s circumstances. If we see ourselves as the helpless victim of Satan and his schemes, we will likely live like his victims and be in bondage to Satan’s lies. If we more

  • Life In The Wilderness

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Feb 21, 2015

    Lent is a time for us to loosen our grip on the ways of the world and draw nearer to God’s grace. It is a time for us as Christians to take a journey through the wilderness to the cross.

    How many of you like to read the articles in Reader’s Digest? Have you ever noticed that some of them are edited versions of articles that have been published elsewhere? Mark’s Gospel is similar to these articles because although his Gospel does include many of the same stories that are more

  • What Would You Do If You Saw An Angel

    Contributed by David Elvery on May 7, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Christmas Sermon on the Shepherds

    “What would you do if you saw an angel – Luke 2:8-19” Gladstone Baptist Church – 17/12/06 pm 1. The Shepherds were minding their own business. When the reality of that first Christmas was shown to them in spectacularly vivid colour. This is what it is like for many of us when the truth of God more

  • Questioning Jesus Woman At The Well Series

    Contributed by Tim Hedberg on Apr 10, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    How could Jesus love that person?

    Questioning Jesus, Woman At The well John 4:4-30, 39-42 February 24, 2008 Last week - Nicodemus Nicodemus-was a religious professional -who came at night -curious/interested in Jesus He wanted to get in on. Participate Become involved in a relationship with Jesus and leave religion more

  • Can We Be Alienated From God? Series

    Contributed by Glenn Newton on Feb 7, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Paul was fighting against false teachers, the same as we do today about the Truth of Jesus Christ and what He has accomplished on the Cross.

    Can we be Alienated from God? Pastor Glenn Newton February 7th, 2010 Text: Colossians 1:21-29 (NIV) COL 1:21 Once you were alienated from God and were enemies in your minds because of your evil behavior. 22 But now he has reconciled you by Christ's physical body through death to present you more

  • Introduction To 1 Thessalonians Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Jun 29, 2004
    based on 51 ratings

    An introduction and the church at thessalonica

    I Thessalonians 11-10 Today the art of letter writing seems to be dying. What with email, text messaging etc people no longer seem to write a letter to anyone. Now I am one of those who uses text messages and email but I love receiving a letter and I quite enjoy writing letters to people. I more

  • “fence Riding Is For Cowboys” Series

    Contributed by James Lee on Dec 4, 2015

    I would like to thank Pastor Jerry Shirley for sharing this series on Acts. It has been a blessing as well as a great help. I have used these for our church, as I spend my days caring for my dying father.

    “Fence Riding is For Cowboys” Acts 5:33-39 Gamaliel was a man who helped give the disciples a break and what he said in verse 39 was probably the smartest thing he had ever said, which always caused me to think highly of this man. But then after some careful examination and reading a more

  • In Heaven's Eyes Series

    Contributed by Jerry Scott on Nov 9, 2013

    Ready to grow up, to become who God desires?

    Do carnivals still have fun house mirrors? When you gaze into one it makes you appear to be 3' wide and 3' tall. Another stretches you out, so that you look like a pro basketball player despite your real height of 5'2". The fun is found in the distortion. But, in life many people live with a more

  • Safety First? Series

    Contributed by Mark Eberly on Oct 29, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    In a safety and security conscience culture, does the narrow way of Jesus offer such a radical departure that we have missed the danger of the Kingdom?

    Series on the Mount Safety First? Matthew 7:13-14 October 28, 2007 We live in a safety first culture. When I was a kid, we didn’t wear helmets when riding our bikes except on the BMX track. I turned out ok. Today we wear seatbelts, have car seats, and heaven forbid that the kids might more