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  • Waiting For A Hot Ride Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Feb 27, 2012
    based on 97 ratings

    How many times did God’s people cross water that had parted for them? And what does this simple trivia question tell us about God’s main message in Scripture?

    OPEN: I love trivia. I enjoy all kinds of trivia games. AND being a preacher, I especially love Bible trivia. In fact, I’ve even came up with my own Bible trivia question that I use sometimes to stump other preachers once in awhile. The Question: “How many times in Scripture did people more

  • Ihope

    Contributed by Todd Catteau on Dec 18, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Without hope we will continually find our faith subject to the whims and haphazard circumstances of this fallen world.

    IHOPE #1 November 30, 2008 Introduction Saw IHOP sign. Add an E and you get HOPE. Had Cina make a powerpoint. Henriann thought it would make people hungry for pancakes. Sorry, no pancakes. We need to talk about hope Especially relevant in this time of the year leading up to Christmas more

  • A Floating Axe, That's Weird Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jan 7, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    This is the first in the "That's Weird" series where we look at strange stories from the Bible. This message looks at the story of the floating axe head and what that means for us today.

    If you did the Sunday School thing, or have been attending church most of your life then you probably know who I mean when I reference Elijah.  If you didn’t do the Sunday School thing or you’re relatively new to the church thing then you might not know who Elijah was. He was an Old Testament more

  • What To Expect God Can Do In Our Old Age!

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Jun 21, 2016

    Many times when people find that they cannot do as much as they did in the past, they feel as if God cannot use them in their old age.

    WHAT TO EXPECT GOD CAN DO IN OUR OLD AGE! Deuteronomy 34:1-34:7 Many times when people find that they cannot do as much as they did in the past, they feel as if God cannot use them in their old age. In this sermon outline we just list a few of the many blessing the aged can expect and to ask more

  • The Gospel Glows In The Dark

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Jan 2, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus has come, the Light that was promised for centuries. His gospel glows in the darkness of human sin and cannot be extinguished.

    The Gospel Glows in the Dark Isaiah 60:1-6 Matthew 2:1-12 January 1, 2006 I remember that afternoon very clearly. I had just begun my research for my doctoral project on clergy burnout and was interviewing a pastor from another denomination about the difficulties he was facing in his current more

  • Does Your Heart Sing?

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Jan 21, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    The Psalmist of Ps. 40 was in deep despair when God set his feet on rock and put a new song in his heart. Can our hearts sing of the saving power of God?

    Does Your Heart Sing? Psalm 40:1-11 January 20, 2008 I know that this may sound pretty odd…maybe crazy to you. As I look back on my years in ministry, I can say that some of the most profound experiences I have had have been associated with death and dying. I generally tend to lump more

  • "Who's That Knocking At Your Door? Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Sep 2, 2012

    In our day there has been no end to false prophets. Jonestown clamed 900 victims, Marshall Applewhite with 1000 followers convinced 39 of them to take some sleeping pills and allow him to suffocate them. There was a comet that would be coming through an

    “Who’s that Knocking at your Door?” Matthew 7:15-24 This passage of scripture is found toward the end of the longest sermon Jesus ever preached. In Matthew 5, 6 and 7 we find the famous sermon on the mount. Jesus has discussed every topic and sin imaginable …adultery, more

  • A Chronicle Of Legacy Series

    Contributed by Lynn Malone on Jul 25, 2016

    The prophet Elijah passed his mantle to Elisha. We are, as disciples, called to leave a legacy for those who come after us. What legacy are we leaving?

    What an amazing story we read as we conclude The Elijah Chronicles. We’ve followed our hero through great and challenging times and some even greater miracles. We’ve also reflected on a time that life got the best of him. Through it all, by God’s grace, Elijah was able to overcome more

  • Introduction To Joshua (Part C) Series

    Contributed by Larry Wilson on Aug 6, 2010

    Sermon 3 of the series. In sermon one, we saw that Israel had just received a new leader. In sermon 2, they are about to inherit a new land. Now we look at something even greater ... a new LIFE! What tremendous pictures of the believer’s life in Christ we

    THE BOOK OF JOSHUA (Introduction: Part C) Calvary Baptist Church August 3, 2003 The New Life REVIEW: Warren Wiersbe reminds us that in the book of Joshua, the children of Israel will receive: 1) A New Leader - This was the Title of our first message of the series. 2) A New Land - This more

  • What've You Got Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Feb 17, 2004
    based on 90 ratings

    The story of the widow and Elisha and the never ending oil.

    You have to love stories like this. It was one of those great stories that make you feel good all over. It starts on a bit of a sad note; a widow lady comes to the prophet Elisha and proceeds to tell him her problems. First of all this was not Elijah this was Elisha and Elisha is no more more

  • A Transfer Of Power

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on May 12, 2001
    based on 125 ratings

    What Elisha’s succession to Elijah’s office can tell us about the transfer of power: God’s use of imperfect people, the need for loyalty, ambition, and decisiveness.

    A TRANSFER OF POWER How many of you came to our play? Do you remember when Steve came in at the beginning of the 2nd Act, dressed as Samson with hair almost down to his waist? Did you laugh? If you did, you better watch out for bears. That’s what happened to the boys of Bethel who made fun more

  • Forgive Me

    Contributed by Antonio Torrence on May 18, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    This sermon is about forgiving our enemies so that we can truly experience love.

    "Forgive Me!" by Rev. A. LaMar Torrence, Pastor of the Cross of Life Lutheran Church Luke 6:27-38, John 15:12, 1 John 4:7-21 Once again I find the words of Maya Angelou appropriately for my initial response to today’s divine edict of loving our enemies. In her poem, “Lord in my heart”, she more

  • The Fortunes Of God's People Series

    Contributed by Tim Bond on Jul 15, 2002
    based on 76 ratings

    The fortunes of God’s people are not determine by their bank account, but by their relationship with God.

    In China many years ago there lived an old man, with his son and a horse. Back in those days, having a horse was like owning a car today, so you can well imagine how valuable a property the animal must have been. One morning, when the man went to his field to feed the horse, the animal was gone. more

  • Lessons From Wiffle Ball

    Contributed by Joseph Stapleton on May 5, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    I loved wiffle ball as a child, some of those lessons apply to our walk with Christ

    LESSONS FROM WIFFLE BALL (All my sermons use illustrations from sermon central and all scripture is NIV unless otherwise noted) When I was a young child I loved to play wiffle ball. We would set up a small “ball park” in the back yard and pretend we were great base ball players. You can do more

  • All Your Anxieties?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 5, 2011
    based on 8 ratings

    God is able to deal with all of our anxieties, not just a portion. He can relieve us of our fears for those things which will not really happen; for our concern for daily survival; and most of all, for our fear of death.

    (Originally preached at Calverton Baptist Church, Silver Spring, MD, Jan. 30, 1983; thereafter, with slight variations, at Clinton Baptist Church, Clinton, MD, July 29, 1984; Cresthill Baptist Church, Bowie, MD, Aug. 5, 1984; Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC, Aug. 12, 1984; First Baptist more