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  • The Idol Of Stoicism: Philadelphia Series

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Jan 7, 2010
     | 1,216 views

    The Church has two options: it can be proactive and walk through the doors that are opened to it or it can wait passively and watch opportunities to come and go

    AMERICAN IDOLS: LOOKING AT OURSELVES AND OUR LOYALTIES THROUGH THE EYES OF JESUS THE FIRST SUNDAY OF THE NEW YEAR THE IDOL OF STOICISM: PHILADELPHIA REVELATION 3:7-13 Sermon Objective: The Church has two options: it can be proactive and walk through the doors that are opened to it or it ...read more

  • A Dynamic Church Worships Joyfully Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on Aug 5, 2008
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,067 views

    God renews our hearts so we feel what is true.

    Scripture Introduction If you hang around churches for awhile, you will likely find that our emotions do not always match our profession. Creeds containing truths which thrilled a previous generation are mumbled like a 9-year old boy explaining why he was playing baseball inside the house. ...read more

  • The Folly Of Mere Spirituality Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Jan 8, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,033 views

    This continues in my expository series through the book of Acts.

    Say the word “spiritual” today, and really, you’ve said nothing. There are all sorts of “spiritualities” out there in the marketplace. Google the word “spirituality”, and here’s outcome: • Spirituality.com, from the Christian Science society • Jewish kabbalah inspirational ...read more

  • Preaching Christ To A New World Series

    Contributed by Mark Beaird on Feb 1, 2001
    based on 71 ratings
     | 1,766 views

    Christ remains the answer throughout the ages. (1 of 3)

    PREACHING CHRIST TO A NEW WORLD © Mark Beaird Text: Acts 17:16-21 Are you familiar with the term Postmodernism? If you are not familiar with the term then you probably are not aware that the church world is being greatly affected by its impact. First of all, let me assure you that I ...read more

  • The Deity Of Christ

    Contributed by Aarron Ellerman on Jan 11, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 557 views

    The Gospel of John begins with establishing the pre-existent deity of Christ.

    John 1:1-5 “The Deity of Christ” I. In the Beginning (1) • John wants to make sure that before we begin to talk about what Jesus taught or the sacrifice He came to make; we must first understand who Jesus really is  High Christology • “In the Beginning” what do you think about ...read more

  • The Deity Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Aarron Ellerman on Mar 24, 2008
     | 824 views

    John begins his gospel by establishing the deity of Christ.

    John 1:1-5 “The Deity of Christ” I. In the Beginning (1) • John wants to make sure that before we begin to talk about what Jesus taught or the sacrifice He came to make; we must first understand who Jesus really is  High Christology • “In the Beginning” what do you think about ...read more

  • The Integrity Of The Gospel Message Must Not Be Deformed Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 15, 2014
     | 1,705 views

    Peace in the world is only possible If we effectively communicate the need to embrace the Gospel of love.

    Thursday of 33rd Week in Course 2014 Evangelii Gaudium This last season of the liturgical year has a bittersweet nature. The old year is waning; the new year is still seen in the distance. Days grow short; in northern Europe, the daylight lasts barely five hours. Even here in Texas we are ...read more

  • Speak Lord, I Am Listening

    Contributed by Terry Barnhill on Jan 17, 2012
     | 5,125 views

    Today we’ll be reflecting on how important “listening” is when it comes to our relationship with God and to what the Corinthians were not hearing.

    1 Samuel 3:1-10 1 Corinthians 6:(9-18) 19-20; 10:13 1 Kings 8:27 One activity that human beings really aren’t very good at is listening. It’s surprising, really. There doesn’t seem to be much to the art of listening – you just sit there and nod your head at the ...read more

  • Escape From Boredom's Path Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Oct 9, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,784 views

    Boredom is just one of many emotions that can rob us from having a wonder relationship with the Lord.

    Escape from Boredom’s Path John 10:10 Intro Jesus said, “A man’s life consist not in the abundance of things which he possess. Yet men and women today feverishly are seeking satisfaction in power, profit, and pleasure. As the poet Cowper has said, these people will be disappointed in their ...read more

  • Divine Light Series

    Contributed by Keith Bowman on Jun 5, 2007
    based on 11 ratings
     | 10,344 views

    This is the third sermon for the Lenten series The Signs of John. In this sermon we focus on the healing of the man born blind.

    Divine Light I. Introduction A. with our sign this evening being the healing of the man born blind I thought about turning out all the lights in the building so that we can experience the darkness of being blind. But no I thought why repeat old tricks. B. Instead tonight I’d rather focus on ...read more

  • The Limitations/Irony Of Worldly Wisdom-4

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Oct 8, 2013
     | 1,307 views

    4 of 4. Paul related the limitations/irony of worldly wisdom to the Corinthians believers. The irony of worldly wisdom is in its being relegated to foolishness. But How is it limited? Worldly wisdom is limited by...

    The LIMITATIONS/Irony Of WORLDLY WISDOM-IV—1Corinthians 1:18-25 Attention: A cowboy rides into town & stops at a saloon for a Sasparilla. Unfortunately, the locals always had a habit of picking on strangers, which he was. When he finished his drink, he exits the saloon only to find that ...read more

  • Paul’s Missionary Heart

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Aug 3, 2011
     | 2,164 views

    How to treat our Christian family and how to deal with our foes.

    Open your Bibles to the book of Romans 16. We’ve come to the last chapter. Many of you are familiar with Norman Vincent Peale’s book, The Power of Positive Living. It’s a good book. It won’t get you to heaven, but it will really help you approach life with the right ...read more

  • Signal 22 For Joy Series

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Jun 22, 2004
    based on 159 ratings
     | 24,375 views

    Part 8 of study of Philippians

    THE PASTOR’S POINTS Bible Teaching Ministry of CEDAR LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH Thomasville, NC Dr. Russell Brownworth, Pastor _____________________ "Granny" Parker always had trouble with that rooster! Granny was in her mid-70’s when I met her. She’d lived all her life on just two farms ...read more

  • Rising To The Challenge

    Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Jun 7, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,769 views

    “Christians who persist in proclaiming Christ as Truth-Incarnate risk being tarred with the brush of narrow-mindedness or even bigotry.”(Chan)

    Sermon Topic: Rising to the Challenge Sermon Text: Acts 17:16-34 (to be read during sermon) Rosa De Burca, former employee of UNICEF (1994-2003). As the Child Protection Officer she traveled with a colleague to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in 1997 in an effort to help refugees who ...read more

  • How Do You Receive The Word Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Oct 5, 2008
     | 744 views

    The philosophers of Paul’s day are not really that much different from what we see in the world around us in a post-Christian society. How Paul addressed them can help us in dealing with people who collect thoughts like Matchbox cars.

    What did you collect as a child? I collected a number of things, pennies, model trains, marbles, and Matchbox® cars. I would wait anxiously until my mother would drive me down to the toy store so I could drool over the latest and greatest tiny little car or truck. I used to show off my more ...read more