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  • Our Choices And Their Results

    Contributed by Mike Dankson on Jun 12, 2016
     | 4,689 views

    This sermon deals with the OT character Achan and how his sin impacted others

    Joshua 7 – “Our choices and their results” Verse 1 is something of an explanation of WHY Israel is about to suffer defeat against the small village of Ai But the people of Israel broke faith in regard to the devoted things, for Achan … of the ...read more

  • Are You A Rebel? Series

    Contributed by David Rigg on Jun 14, 2015
     | 5,338 views

    This sermon deals with people who rebel against authority.

    Are You A Rebel? 2 Samuel 20:3-26 3 Now David came to his house at Jerusalem. And the king took the ten women, his concubines whom he had left to keep the house, and put them in seclusion and supported them, but did not go in to them. So they were shut up to the day of their death, living in ...read more

  • Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide

    Contributed by Craig Condon on May 25, 2015
     | 1,352 views

    Paul and David had clear consciences when they did what was right. We can also have clear consciences when we do what is right. A good conscience will help us make choices and take actions that are appropriate to God's kingdom.

    The readings from Acts 24:1-23 and 2 Samuel 19:1-23 deal with how we can use our consciences to deal with the consequences of rebellion. In the reading we just heard from Acts 24:1-23, Paul has been arrested and is appearing before the governor Felix to answer the charges against him. Tartullus, ...read more

  • Our Conduct And The Comforter

    Contributed by Stephen E. Trail on Oct 5, 2015
     | 1,071 views

    A sermon on how men treat the third person of the Trinity.

    "Our Conduct and the Comforter" Acts 7:51 Ye stiff-necked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your fathers did, so do ye. Ephesians 4:30 And grieve not the holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption. 1 Thessalonians 5:19 Quench ...read more

  • Learning To Be A Reconciler Series

    Contributed by George Barton on Mar 18, 2006
     | 1,118 views

    Describes the necessary steps to be a peacemaker as described in the beatitudes.

    LEARNING TO BE A RECONCILER REVISED MARCH 17, 2006 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RELATIONSHIPS. I. RESOLVE TO FOLLOW CHRIST ACCORDING TO THE PATTERN SET IN THE BEATITUDES. Matthew 5:3-12 In humility recognize your spiritual bankruptcy. Mat 5:3; Rom 3:9-20. Have remorse about your ...read more

  • Hear, Forgive, Heal Series

    Contributed by Raymond Perkins on Jan 24, 2003
    based on 30 ratings
     | 4,184 views

    Fifth installment of Revival Series influenced by Rick Atchley. This lesson describes what one receives when Revival comes.

    HEAR, FORGIVE, HEAL II Chronicles 7:14 INTRODUCTION: This Fall we are studying what it means to be revived again according to the Bible. We will be studying some of the great revivals in the Bible, but right now we are studying that great verse in the Bible that tells us what we must do so ...read more

  • Deeper Relationship With Christ Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on May 20, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 5,135 views

    As living stones we are built into spiritual houses--we grow in our walk with Jesus.

    1 Peter 2:4-6 “Deeper Relationship with Christ” INTRODUCTION We continue to talk about our response to the resurrection of Jesus Christ as a congregation and as individuals. We are doing this by studying our congregation’s mission statement. That statement reads, “Inviting everyone to a ...read more

  • Consider Jesus Series

    Contributed by Stephen Wright on Aug 1, 2004
    based on 20 ratings
     | 1,658 views

    The Hebrew Christians were holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling and were instructed to consider Christ Jesus.

    Reading 2 Pet 1:5-10; 3:1-10 Therefore, holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling, consider the Apostle and High Priest of our confession, Christ Jesus. It is very easy to skip over such introductory words, but here we have two descriptions of the Hebrew Christians. I wonder how we ...read more

  • That Blessed Tree

    Contributed by Chris Surber on Aug 14, 2008
     | 2,377 views

    Our blessed hope, a trustworthy assurance, is that we will once again eat of the Tree of Life as we have been given access to the grace of God through the Tree of Grace; the Cross of Calvary. Amen.

    The Tree of Life, Genesis 2:9 Revelation 22:1-7 Introduction One evening a woman was driving home when she noticed a huge truck behind her that was driving uncomfortably close. She stepped on the gas to gain some distance from the truck, but when she sped up the truck did too. The faster she ...read more

  • The Lord's Table

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Nov 29, 2005
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,643 views

    To see the Lord’s Table as a life-giving experience and to understand the benefits made available to a believer through our Communion with the Lord.

    Talk about- Communion, Lord’s Table, Lord’s Supper To benefit from Communion- must be seen as more than a ritual- it is a life-giving experience. Communion- fellowship, partnership, participation. Can also be seen as communication … He speaks, we listen, we speak, He listens. To ...read more

  • Hell, You Don't Have To Go

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Jan 15, 2006
    based on 27 ratings
     | 1,735 views

    heaven or hell, you get to make the choice

    Intro: according to a recent study: less than 3% of sermons are on sin, rebellion, judgment or eternal punishment. Because of this, 67% of Americans don’t believe in a literal hell. These attitudes are main factors why the American Pastor is now viewed as disposable, if there is no hell, than what ...read more

  • The Lord Is My Portion Series

    Contributed by Gregory Neill on Jan 17, 2007
    based on 11 ratings
     | 7,266 views

    Part 5 in a series on Lamentations. Jeremiah finds hope in the midst of tragedy.

    The Lord is My Portion Lamentation 3:19-39 I. Introduction A. A Bad Start 1. The Millennium and Tragedy a) The Y2K scare and the talk of the end of times – Great if you were a water salesman or a generator salesman. This shook our faith in technology. b) The Presidential election of 2000 ...read more

  • Break Free And Get To Your Destiny

    Contributed by Patrice Kelly on Nov 9, 2006
    based on 10 ratings
     | 9,961 views

    This sermon talks about letting go of the past and pushing forward to the destiny that God is calling you to.

    Press – to act on with steady force, push steadily against, to squeeze 1. Find purpose: If I were to ask everyone in this room today “What is your purpose in life?” I would probably get several different answers. Those answers would be good, but they are all secondary purposes. The question ...read more

  • Discovering Genesis, Part 4 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Sep 26, 2011
     | 1,566 views

    Part 4 of this series examines the remainder of the story of the fall of mankind, calling specific attention to God's design for the future as well as the plan of redemption first being introduced to us. (Ref: Genesis 3:6-24)

    Discovering Genesis, Part 4 Genesis 3:6-24 Introduction The Garden Map - At our core, at our very molecular level, we were created to worship God - APP: Worship is not just our praise but also our obedience (critical point here) -- We must obey the God we serve; in everything; else we ...read more

  • What Are Those Idols Made Of?

    Contributed by David Wilson on Mar 16, 2011
     | 2,938 views

    Ezekiel prophesies to the mountains and uses some strong language to describe the false gods and idolatry of God

    In Ezekiel chapter 6, Ezekiel’s dramatic visual aids are lessened. Except for his facing the mountains of Israel in a symbolic fashion, this text is pretty much proclamation of God’s message without much dramatization. The message, however, remains strong and powerful. This was a ...read more