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  • Doorkeepers Or Tent-Dwellers?

    Contributed by Tony Fox on Dec 12, 2000
    based on 110 ratings

    The reason some have little desire for God’s House on Sunday is because they have had little desire for God throughout the week.

    Doorkeepers or Tent-dwellers? 05/28/2000 (Psalm 84:1-12) RPBC a.m. ILL: This is an alleged New Year’s letter written from a church member to the pastor. Dear Pastor: You often stress attendance at worship as being very important for a Christian, but I think a person has a right to more

  • Doorkeepers Or Tent-Dwellers?

    Contributed by Tony Fox on Dec 12, 2000
    based on 314 ratings

    The reason some have little desire for God’s House on Sunday is because they have had little desire for God throughout the week.

  • Psalm 107. Part 2. Psalm 107 Is A Psalm Of General Truth Series

    Contributed by George Barton on Feb 10, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    Points out that Psalm 107, though it is found among the historical psalms, is really a psalm of general truth.

    PSALM 107 PART 2 WITH SOME REPETITION FROM PSALM 107, PART 1 PSALM 107 IS A PSALM OF GENERAL TRUTH Do you have friends and relatives who have little time for Jesus Christ? Do you have friends and relatives, both men and women, who think that they are macho, and who think that more

  • Name It, Claim It

    Contributed by Bobby Cagle on Dec 12, 2003
    based on 13 ratings

    This message teaches on giving to the Kingdom of God and how God prospers those that give willfully, cheerfully, and unreservedly.

    Name It, Claim It! Gen 13:8-17 I. Describe Abraham and Lot’s dilemma. a. Lot took the “Good” looking land! He chose city dwelling! He took what looked good to the eye. b. But Abraham decided to be a tent dweller. He chose to be a man that followed God. Looking for a city, whose builder more

  • Identity Theft - A Case Of Stolen Identity

    Contributed by Kevin Taylor on Oct 20, 2008
    based on 16 ratings

    Every 79 seconds, a case of identity theft is reported in America. This message encourages the believer to know who they are in Christ Jesus - and not allow the thief come to steal that identity.

    I. Twins – But Not the Same a. Text: Genesis 25:21-28 “[21] Now Isaac pleaded with the Lord for his wife, because she was barren; and the Lord granted his plea, and Rebekah his wife conceived. [22] But the children struggled together within her; and she said, ‘If all is well, why am I this way?’ more

  • Enoch Walked With God Series

    Contributed by Stephen Wright on Apr 13, 2003
    based on 63 ratings

    Introduction to series of 4 studies in the life of Enoch, focussing on his walk with God

    Enoch In Genesis 5 time after time we read, “And he died.” Eight times in all. It seems a depressing genealogy that we can quickly skip over. It reminds us only of the consequences of Adam’s disobedience and the one certainty in life since. In verses 21 to 24, however, we have a notable more

  • Israeli Chainsaw Massacre

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Apr 5, 2005
    based on 55 ratings

    A look at one of the stranger stories of the Old Testament

    The Book of Judges is one of those books of the Bible that we do not read often, and yet, we are familiar with several of the stories in that book. We find Samson in the book of Judges. Gideon is also there. But most of the stories in Judges are ones we don’t remember well, more

  • Jerusalem's Siege And Israel's Safety Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jan 20, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    Our text depicts Jerusalem being sieged for destruction by the nations and yet God keeps Israel safe through the precarious predicament.

    ZECHARIAH 12:1-9 JERUSALEM'S SIEGE AND ISRAEL'S SAFETY We come to the second part of the last section, namely to chapters 12-14. [That this section is to be regarded as a parallel to the preceding section appears from the similar pronouncement, "The burden of the Word of the LORD." The more

  • Look And Live! Series

    Contributed by Mark Jones on May 20, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    We are invited to look to Jesus’sacrificial death on the Cross so that we might live.

    Look, and Live! Numbers 21:4-9 Copyright 2006, J. Mark Jones all rights reserved, may be used with credit. EOLS: We are invited to look by faith at Jesus’ finished work on the cross so that we might be saved. It’s the most prevalent advice, the common denominator that you see when you go more