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  • Stop, Look, Listen

    Contributed by Ron Hicks on Jul 10, 2006
    based on 6 ratings


    STOP, LOOK, LISTEN Deut 6:25 25 And it shall be our righteousness, if we observe to do all these commandments before the LORD our God, as he hath commanded us Grand Trunk R.R contest for words at crossings. Paid $2500.00 for STOP,LOOK,LISTEN. The reason is so you don’t get killed. more

  • Stop, Look, Listen And Live!

    Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Feb 13, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    Salvation was never meant to be a life insurance policy in the end,but only the beginning to a beautiful relationship and walk with the Lord, in the abundant life He has promised to us

    Stop, look, listen and Live! How many of us, have ever said these words to our parents, You Were Right, I Should Have Listened! I don't know anyone who can say or admit, that those words have never came out of their mouths. Galatians 3:2,3,13,14 NKJ 2. This only I want to learn from you: more

  • Stop, Look, Listen

    Contributed by Kevin Taylor on Nov 16, 2000
    based on 95 ratings

    We must remember our past, but not live in it. We have to discover how to stop living in our past and begin living in His presence!

    I. Text: Deuteronomy 8:1-10 II. Profiting from the Past A. God told them to remember their past so that they could appreciate their present. He didn’t tell them to live in their past. (verse 2) B. Moses told them on the day that they left Egypt to remember that day (Exodus 13:3) C. They are more

  • Stop, Look, Listen Series

    Contributed by Tony Clarke on Apr 14, 2002
    based on 67 ratings

    Sermon is the second message in our series "Unapplied Truth: The biggest sin in the Church. Sermon looks at our rejection of the influence of the Holy Spirit.

    Text: St. John 16:7-13 Theme: Look, Listen and Learn Humanly speaking, we love simple principles. We love it when someone takes something highly complex, and makes it simple. We love how to seminars, books and videos. There is a problem when we want more “how to” without having the more

  • Stop, Look, Seek!

    Contributed by Robert Castile on Nov 24, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    Stop worring about your life, look at what God has done for his creation, therefore, seek his kingdom

    Stop! Look! Seek! Matthew 6:25-34 November 23, 2003 Big Idea: Do not worry because worry only adds stress onto your life. Look around and see the things God has provided and seek his provisions. Introduction: How Much does Prayer Weigh? READ STORY HERE. Louise Redden, a poorly more

  • How To Stop Looking Out For Number One Series

    Contributed by Jim Mooney on Feb 9, 2001
    based on 127 ratings

    Loving others is to put them first or before yourself.

    HOW TO STOP LOOKING OUT FOR NUMBER ONE I CORINTHIANS 13:4 It never ceases to amaze me the popularity of tabloid magazines, talk shows, gossip columnists and celebrity magazines. It seems to me that our society is obsessed with needing to know dirt on people who are famous. Time after time, our more

  • Woe Unto Them That Are At Ease In Zion

    Contributed by Dr.w.samuel Legon on Oct 22, 2010
    based on 9 ratings

    Too many turn away from God before he is finished giving them what they need to be of full service.

    WOE UNTO THEM THAT ARE AT EASE IN ZION Cold dead services are the direct results of a self-satisfied religion that knows nothing about the mighty miracle working power and presence of the Holy Spirit in exalting the Lord Jesus Christ. Amos 6:1Woe to them that are at ease in Zion, more

  • Transformation Through Listening

    Contributed by John Vella on Mar 2, 2001
    based on 92 ratings

    Stop, Look, Listen...Listening is an important key to developing our spiritual lives.(Second Sunday of Lent - C)

    Seeds for Sowing, Vol. V, Issue 2, No. 16 Second Sunday in Lent - Year C March 11, 2001 Readings: * Gen. 15:5-12, 17-18 * Phil. 3:17 - 4:1 * Lk. 9:28 - 36 Transformation Through Listening Stop, Look, Listen When we come to a railroad crossing that doesn’t have any signals or more

  • Biblical Stewards

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Apr 27, 2004
    based on 35 ratings

    The American Christian is in financial crisis because they have not stopped, looked and listened to God’s teaching from the Bible on Giving.

    Biblical Stewardship Thesis: The American Christian is in financial crisis because they have not stopped, looked and listened to God’s teaching from the Bible on Giving. Text: Book of Malachi Outline of Book: I Love You 1:1-5 I See You 1:6-2:9 I Know You 2:10-4:6 Key verses: 1:2, more

  • There's Nothing Back There!

    Contributed by Robert Osborne on Feb 16, 2005
    based on 41 ratings

    In this life we tend to look back and looking back gets us no where. This sermon will help the christian stop looking backward and begin looking forward.

    There Is Nothing Back There! Sermon By: Evangelist Robert Osborne This message I am going to preach today is going to require the help of you and your neighbor. So if you don’t have a neighbor near by then go sit by someone. Now how many knows when Brother Robert preaches he doesn’t more

  • God Of Wonders

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Dec 23, 2003
    based on 46 ratings

    We need to stop, look, listen and consider the Wonders of God at this Christmas season. Other wise you will miss the whole point of the Christmas season

    The God of Wonders Thesis: We need to stop, look, listen and consider the Wonders of God at this Christmas season. Other wise you will miss the whole point of the Christmas season. Video Illustration of the clips of Matthew of Jesus and the song playing in the back ground the God of more

  • Where Is Your Heart In Relation To The Future Series

    Contributed by Paddy Venner on Apr 28, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    See through the ’now’ to where you are headed. the ’now’ is the vehicle to your destiny. Stop looking at things and start looking through them.

    • Brian Houston once said “Christianity is not just about having enough food for your table; it is about having enough food to put on the tables of others” • And he goes on to say that that does not mean literally feeding everyone, but having enough in reserve – time, emotional support, finances, more

  • Don't Look Back

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Dec 30, 2012
    based on 5 ratings

    Three men each making a statement regarding his commitment or lack of commitment to following Christ. Each wanted to follow Christ; none wanted to stop looking back. Their commitment can be described as limited, delayed, and insincere.

    Don’t Look Back Luke 9:57-62 Would you consider yourself a committed Christian? Realistically, are you a disciple of Christ or merely a follower of Christ? There is a difference. Three men each making a statement regarding his commitment or should I say lack of commitment to following more

  • Deeper Thinking Series

    Contributed by Michael West on Dec 20, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    It’s time to stop looking at your life in the natural, with carnality, that kind of thinking doesn’t give the Lord and credit or praise for what He can do for you and through you..

    Sunday January 16th, 2005 Series: Raising the level of Expectation part 4 Sermon: Deeper Thinking Scripture: Philippians 4:6-8 The grace of God is the favor of God. It is the supernatural power of God coming through our faith to do what we cannot do on our own. Once you believe God for more

  • Look Up When The Snakes Are Biting You

    Contributed by Michael Vaughn on Aug 1, 2007
    based on 24 ratings

    As the snakes are biting your ankles this week, and they will, remember to stop looking down at them, and turn your eyes upward to God for the relief and deliverance that He is willing to give, if only we look up to Him when the snakes are biting us.

    I used to manage a restaurant in Blowing Rock, NC. Every time that my boss would come by to visit he would remark, looking down, that the baseboards were dirty. No matter how much I cleaned them, he would always find an area (sometimes behind a 200 pound piece of equipment) that needed more more