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  • Truth And Consequences

    Contributed by Kenneth Trent on Feb 14, 2003
    based on 72 ratings
     | 4,435 views

    Zephaniah makes it clear that there is are consequences for the sin of leaving God out of our lives.

    TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES “Woe to her who is rebellious and defiled, the oppressive city! She heeded no voice; she accepted no instruction. She did not trust in the Lord; she did not draw near to her God.” Zephaniah 3:1-2 THE TRUTH CONCERNING THE SPIRITUAL CONDITION OF JERUSALEM IN ...read more

  • God's Contempt Of Complaint

    Contributed by Donnie Martin on May 2, 2003
    based on 86 ratings
     | 8,989 views

    Complaining in self-pity is a practice that hurts the heart of God, influences others to do the same, and results in God’s judgment.

    God’s Contempt Of Complaint Text: Num.11: 1-3 Intro: Complaining is an activity all of us have participated in at one time or another. Most of us utter complaints without even thinking about it. It seems almost natural to vocalize our displeasure when things don’t quite turn out as we ...read more

  • Scars

    Contributed by Sean Smuts on Jan 16, 2003
    based on 27 ratings
     | 2,207 views

    A look at the cost of sin.

    Scars Picture this; a man is hanging on a cross far away in a place that means “the skull.” Think about the scars on his hands and feet, bleeding for you. Also think of the scars that this event leaves on you. Think about all the times you cried for him, as he stood by and allowed others to ...read more

  • Why God Hates All Forms Of Idolatry

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Mar 15, 2003
    based on 54 ratings
     | 12,871 views

    A person seldom considers that his own selfishness can be an idol, as "self" is more important than God. Very few consider that anything, which is more important to a person than obeying God, may be considered an idol.

    Why God Hates All Forms of Idolatry A person may not consider that an automobile, house, certain possessions, a hobby, a person, a political party, a cause, a job, a sport, an addiction, lusts, pleasures, or some other thing, can become an idol. A person may not consider that stubbornness is ...read more

  • God's Tough Love Series

    Contributed by Steve Hanchett on Jan 23, 2001
    based on 101 ratings
     | 4,423 views

    Deals with the tension between the love and judgment of God.

    “God’s Tough Love” Hosea 1:3-9 Steve Hanchett, pastor Berry Road Baptist Church January 21, 2001 So he went and took Gomer the daughter of Diblaim, and she conceived and bore him a son. Then the Lord said to him: “call his name Jezreel, for in a little while I will avenge the bloodshed of ...read more

  • Contamination Of A Nation

    Contributed by Juan Lane on Aug 13, 2005
    based on 6 ratings
     | 749 views

    The passage helps us to undersatnd that we need to make a clear decision about who we will serve

    Contamination of a Nation “Salt Water Intrusion” Scripture Reference: James 3:10-12 (KJV) James 3:10 Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be. 11 Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter? 12 Can the fig ...read more

  • Change My Heart, O God

    Contributed by Manuel Jr. Ocampo on Feb 28, 2008
    based on 9 ratings
     | 3,651 views

    We must live a life of holiness before God.

    “CHANGE MY HEART, O GOD” TEXT: 1 CORINTHIANS 9:24-27 INTRO: Paul disciplined himself and subdues it for the fear of being a castaway or rejected at the last day. If the great Apostle Paul dreads about this after suffering many things for the sake of the Gospel, how much more are we if we ...read more

  • A Valley Of Trouble For A Door Of Hope

    Contributed by Mark Mccool on Apr 23, 2003
    based on 180 ratings
     | 25,143 views

    Sometimes, in order for God to get our attention and turn us back to Him, He must take us to the Valley of Trouble before we can find the Door of Hope.

    "A VALLEY OF TROUBLE FOR A DOOR OF HOPE" Mark McCool TEXT: HOSEA 2:14-16 I. INTRODUCTION Has there ever been a time in your life that you remember how when you were so set to do your own thing, and it did not matter who it effected or hurt? And then perhaps, instead of mom and dad ...read more

  • Avoiding Temple Desecration Series

    Contributed by Ely Lambert on Jun 2, 2003
    based on 17 ratings
     | 1,975 views

    It is a sin to desecrate the Lord’s temple, and we must learn to everything possible to avoid desecrating his holy shrine.

    Lessons in Temple Building Lesson #5 - Avoiding Temple Desecration Duct tape is an amazing creation of man. The armed forces created it, used for the waterproofing of equipment. They quickly learned the enormous amount of uses. Even today, a few people have created television shows to ...read more

  • Scandal And Cover Up

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Mar 19, 2004
    based on 68 ratings
     | 4,802 views

    This is about David’s affair with Bathsheba and the murder of Uriah.

    Have you ever heard someone say, “Oh, the Bible is so boring. It’s just a bunch of ‘begets’ and ‘begots’ and a bunch of stuff that happen thousands of years ago”? Our passage today certainly cannot be considered boring. We have a sex scandal at the highest levels of government. There are ...read more

  • Sin Has A Price

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Jul 21, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,225 views

    Examines the cost of sin in a believer’s life. Expanded outline.

    Jesus has said that you and are to be and to make disciples. If you remember, we have seen that there are several distinctives, several marks that show a disciple. 1. Has a changed life 2. Loves Jesus more than anyone else in the world 3. Loves Jesus more than anything else in the world 4. ...read more

  • Athalie : L'eternel Accablé.

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Apr 18, 2007
     | 845 views

    La maison d’Achab, a amené un réveil de l’idolâtrie en Israël, voulu dans les 12 tribus. 2 rois 8, ensuite la désacralisation du temple 2 chron. 24, malgré la destruction apporté par Jéhu le roi, elle n’a pas été tué par cet homme. 2 rois 10. En tout cas

    La maison d’Achab, a amené un réveil de l’idolâtrie en Israël, voulu dans les 12 tribus. 2 rois 8, ensuite la désacralisation du temple 2 chron. 24, malgré la destruction apporté par Jéhu le roi, elle n’a pas été tué par cet homme. 2 rois 10. En tout cas si la conspiration espéré et attendue par ...read more

  • Fleeing Fugitive Faces Frightened Fellows Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Mar 10, 2008
     | 940 views

    Ceasing their prayers, the frightened sailors took up a time honored ritual of casting lots. When the lots fell to Jonah, he knew he had to confess. He ran from God-but he could not run now: it was time for the truth.

    JONAH 1:7 FLEEING FUGITIVE FACES FRIGHTENED FELLOWS I. FAILURE: A. Fates. B. Faith. C. Fanaticism. II. FINDINGS: A. Facts? B. Fortitude? C. Focus? III. FIXATION: A. Foreigner. B. Feelings. C. Forlornness. The scene before us in these first seven ...read more

  • Judas, A Misguided Heart For God

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Jan 12, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,432 views

    The second of series on ‘Developing a Heart for God’

    (1) In the introduction to his book, Blink, Malcolm Gladwell tells the story of the ‘statue that did not look right.’ An art dealer who had a very rare statue, called a kouros, in his possession that came from the sixth century BC, (that’s six hundred years before Jesus’ birth), approached the J ...read more

  • Judas, A Misguided Heart For God

    Contributed by Jim Kane on Jan 12, 2007
     | 952 views

    The second of series on ‘Developing a Heart for God’

    (1) In the introduction to his book, Blink, Malcolm Gladwell tells the story of the ‘statue that did not look right.’ An art dealer who had a very rare statue, called a kouros, in his possession that came from the sixth century BC, (that’s six hundred years before Jesus’ birth), approached the J ...read more