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  • Walk The Walk Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Feb 18, 2023
    based on 1 rating

    This is the 3rd Sermon in the Series "Jesus' Half Brother- James". This Series is from the Book of James.

    Series: Jesus’ Half Brother- James [#3] WALK THE WALK James 1:18-27 Introduction: Talk is cheap. It is easy to tell people things; but to prove it, that is a different story. Christianity is the same way. You can tell everyone how spiritual you are, but to prove it is different. An important more

  • The Second Coming

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jun 22, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    A message on the Return of Christ. This message is based on a Pre-millennial, pre-tribulation Rapture of the Church viewpoint.

    THE SECOND COMING Acts 1:9-11 INTRO: There is no doctrine that has caused more confusion and disputes than the doctrine of the second coming. There are two extremes when we think about the end of time. 1. There are those date-setting fanatics. In the year 994AD a group said more

  • "A Cold Dish Of Vengance."

    Contributed by Kevin Smith on Nov 15, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    Encourage people that though they’ve been hurt and wounded by their enemies, it is more advantageous as the text implies, to let God get vengeance instead of taking matters in your own hands.

    Transition & remarks Reading of scripture/prayer/seat people. I. Introduction: -Present sermon title/theme. We are living in a day and time where a great number in the body of Christ are seemingly finding themselves in situations where it appears as though the enemy, the adversary the devil himself more

  • Bells And Mirrors Are Not Works

    Contributed by Monte Brown on Apr 20, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    Being busy in the church is not doing the works of the Lord.

    Bells and Mirrors are not Works Ephesians 2:4-10 Monte T. Brown 9/26/2004 Sunday Morning First Baptist Riverton Introduction If you were to spend the mornings with me as I go through the mail and read from Christian papers, you would notice that there are a number of programs that more

  • Back In The Day

    Contributed by K. Simms on Dec 22, 2009
    based on 24 ratings

    How many times have you been in a conversation, folk sitting around reminiscing; talking about how things used to be?

    Back in the day… Isaiah 23: 11-18 “Cross over to Cyprus even there you will find no rest…” In other words, if you’re trying to get away from what God has in store for you, you’re not going to be able to. “Look at the land of the Babylonians, this people more

  • Encouraging News From Yourself

    Contributed by Robert Houston, Sr. on Dec 9, 2001
    based on 151 ratings

    A review of David’s personal encouragement

    There are times in life when the news just isn’t good. In this present age it would be easy to assume the seat of the scornful for on every television, in each telephone call, every piece of mail, every newspaper, on every radio - the news isn’t good. Our nation is in the throes of a war unlike more

  • Go Back And Read The Verse

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Jun 19, 2001
    based on 47 ratings

    Jesus said, "HAS eternal life". He said "DOES NOT come into judgment" He said "HAS PASSED out of death into life". What’re we gonna do with that?

    This is a series of articles that were prepared for ‘THE LION’S ROAR’ newsletter; a publication of Cornerstone Christian Chapel. I want to talk to you about Grace. God’s Grace. I capitalize it because it deserves capitalization. Are you wondering why I use John 5:24 to talk about grace? Read more

  • The Sword And The Stone

    Contributed by Steve Hong on Oct 17, 2000
    based on 64 ratings

    Turn to Nehemiah chapter 4 Since the beginning of time, people have fought with each other.

    Turn to Nehemiah chapter 4 Since the beginning of time, people have fought with each other. Empires against Empires, Nations against Nations, People against People... A group of historians has compiled the following information: In the last 5,600 years (since 3600 B.C.), the world has only had more

  • Where Is My Heart Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Jun 17, 2001
    based on 86 ratings

    One thing, that I have not really stressed, all that much in my ministry – sure I mention it occasionally – but usually, only in passing – and it is the essential truth, that I want to talk about for the next 3 weeks - >>>>> okay, here it is - steward

    “Where Is My Heart?” Recovering A Vital Truth – part one Back in the early 1980’s I was stationed in Yorktown Virginia and would occasionally make the 4 hour trip back home to Maryland. I remember coming back home one time, it was starting to get dark, I was on I-495 bypassing Washington DC – more

  • Can You Walk The Walk?

    Contributed by Rich Cook on Jun 27, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    A sermon used before communion. Like the disciples at the Last Supper, we can talk the talk about the Christian life. But Jesus wants to know who will walk the walk with him.

    Can you walk the walk? Purpose: To challenge those who call themselves Christians to obey God’s commands. 1. You’ve heard the phrase, "You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk." · NCAA Basketball Tournament (this sermon was preached during the tournament): I can talk a pretty good game. more

  • How To Get Your Stuff Back

    Contributed by Jason Murphy on Oct 26, 2001
    based on 49 ratings

    Overcoming Loss

    How to get your stuff back 6/24/01 scog I Samuel 30:1-8 Intro Webster defines the word stuff simply as material. Some folks have lost their material. They have lost what they are made of. Material is what makes up an object. If you have lost what you are made of then this message is for you. more

  • Fagedabowdit!

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Mar 23, 2014

    If we are going to be able to move forward then we need to forget what is behind.

    FAGEDABOWDIT Last week I talked about how we need to have confidence in God. We need to have confidence in God so we can overcome sin and get through the difficulties in life. If we lack confidence we won’t grow and reach our full potential. Today, in carrying on the theme of looking at more

  • Psalm 32 - The Gift Of Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by Chuck Gohn on Aug 11, 2022

    This sermon unpacks Psalm 32 along with the benefit of confessing your sins to God and the subsequent responsibility that followers the reconciliation and freedom that he offers to all believers.

    I suspect many of you have some access to the news whether it is by television, the newspaper, or even by the internet, you probably caught wind of the tragic news story that came out of Colorado the other day. Apparently, there was a midnight showing at a movie theater outside of Denver that more

  • Family Finances Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Aug 31, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Does your family know where their money comes from? Does your family know where their material resources come from? Just like everything you are, and everything you have—it all belongs to the one who created it in the first place. The responsibility of

    Well, we have reached the last message in this Faith and Family series. Over the past six weeks, we’ve talked about some sticky subjects. We’ve talked about submission. We’ve talked about sacrifice. We’ve talked about the covenant nature of marriage. We’ve talked about sex. We’ve talked about more

  • Reliving Pentecost: The Commotion Series

    Contributed by Matthew Morine on Apr 1, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    To have the same results from Pentecost we have to begin to talk up the church and Christ again.

    RELIVING PENTECOST: THE COMMOTION THEME: MAKING THE CHURCH SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT. TEXT: ACTS 2:1-13 People need something to talk about. It amazes me how quickly gossip can spread. Rumors in can circulate in hours. People make special calls on cell phones to inform others of gossip. more