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  • The Joy Of Reconciliation

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Aug 20, 2017
    based on 2 ratings

    As Joseph reconnects with his brothers, he models for us three steps toward reconciliation: 1) Turn away from revenge. 2) Test for repentance. And 3) Trust in God's sovereignty. Judah's sacrifice reminds us of our Savior Jesus who reconciled us to God.

  • How Deeply Will You Repent? Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jun 30, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    Joseph tests his brothers - but he is not being capricious or vindictive - rather he is testing whether they are the same characters who tried to kill him. We learn important lessons about the kind of repentence we have.

    When some people read Genesis 42-45 what they see is Joseph having some fun with his brothers in a sort of revenge, or pay back for what they had done to him as a boy. He could appear capricious and arrogant – flaunting his authority to inflict pain on his brothers. In fact, Joseph is trying to ...read more

  • Bringing In The Net Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Aug 11, 2008

    Although the people had rejected their Messiah, a path back was possible. They had to change their attitude, become followers of Jesus, and enjoy the blessings of salvation if they were to align themselves to God’s will for them.

    Bringing in the Net (Acts 2:37-40) 1. I have been a juror a number of times. Although I do not look forward to the time commitment, I have found my experiences interesting. 2. I have noticed, however, a variety of qualities in the cases prepared by both the prosecution and defense. ...read more

  • Four Steps To Making Every Path Straight

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on May 20, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon is about hearing the voice calling in the wildernesses of our hearts to embrace the only change that matters, to become more like Jesus by following four steps!

    Making Every Path Straight! Luke 3:4=6 Online Sermon: http://www.mckeesfamily.com/?page_id=3567 How should one respond to the voice calling in the wildernesses to “make our paths straight”? When John the Baptist originally spoke these words, many people chose to repent and be ...read more

  • 7 Marks Of Repentance

    Contributed by Davon Huss on May 27, 2013

    A sermon on 2 Corinthians 7:11 (Much material adapted from Richard Owen Robert's book, Repentance: The First Word of the Gospel, chapter 6. Also, this sermon has two introductions [HoHum and WBTU] because I preached this over 2 Sunday nights)

    HoHum: Think of a husband and wife in a car, the wife tells her husband to turn right at the next junction and by mistake, he turns left. When he realizes what he has done, he says to his wife “I’m sorry love, I went the wrong way.” But if that is all he does, it isn’t ...read more

  • Assembly Of The Faithful Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 19, 2018

    As a helpful model of Godly faithfulness we can learn from this congregation in considering 1) The Church, City, and Correspondent (Revelation 3:7), 2) The Commendation (Revelation 3:8-9), and finally 3) The Command & Counsel (Revelation 3:10-13)

    This weekend, people are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. As a 16-year-old Romanized Briton in 406/7AD, Patrick was sold to a cruel warrior chief whose opponents' heads sat atop sharp poles around his palisade in Northern Ireland. While Patrick minded his master's pigs in the nearby hills, he lived ...read more