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  • Enoch - Translated Series

    Contributed by Stephen Wright on May 11, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    God took Enoch to be with Himself without dying.

    Enoch - God took him home 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 ever since. Enoch is a notable exception more

  • Lost In Translation

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Jul 19, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    Based on Kenneth Bailey’s interpretation this sermon puts a different spin on the parable of the lost sheep - coin - Son

    LOST IN TRANSLATION Daniel Boone was a man, he was a big man. Eye of an eagle and tall as a mountain was he. Yes, Daniel Boone was a big man. Daniel Boone explored the great wilderness of Tennessee and Kentucky. It was Boone who marked the Wilderness Road that brought settlers into the new more

  • Lost In Translation Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jan 27, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    How well do you know Jesus, really? Jesus probes some Jews who say they believe but don’t. Jesus says the truth will set us free, but sometimes we are speaking a different language and so can’t understand what he is saying at first.

    How well do you know Jesus? Some of us grew up in church and think we know him. He’s the guy who walked on water and changed water into wine and started that Golden Rule thing. Others know Jesus as a good man who gave us a lot of good advice on how to live. To others Jesus is love guy-love your more

  • Lost In Translation Series

    Contributed by Josh Reich on May 13, 2007

    Words are powerful. Yet many of us, do not understand their power, or how to use them correctly.

    Hey everyone. Happy Mother’s Day to all the mom’s today. Hopefully, you have made a call or done something today to honor the women in your life. At the end of the service on the way out we have something we want to give to all the women here today. Whether you are a mom or not. So if you are more

  • Only One Translation? Series

    Contributed by Thomas Cash on Dec 17, 2009
    based on 10 ratings

    Third in a series on the reliability of the Bible, this messages deals with the debate about Bible translations. If the words of Scripture mattered to Jesus, they should matter to us.

    DISCLAIMER: The material in these three messages come from others who are better scholars than I! Contact me if I can credit anything in this series to its original source. Sermon Notes Only One Translation? Deuteronomy 4:1–14; John 8:12–26; 2 Timothy 3:14–17 (Third in the series Our Still more

  • Joy Or Happiness? "Lost In Translation"

    Contributed by Dj Castilleja on Nov 30, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    There is a difference between Joy and Happiness. The world would say they are the same. What does God say?

    “Lost in Translation” Introduction: Many times we can approach life with a sense of defeat. I had a negative friend I used to hang out with in High School. He was always complaining about how negative things were in life. Even now I get emails from him about how the world is going down, more

  • Why So Many Translations

    Contributed by Roger Thomas on Feb 17, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    We have lots of bible translations to choose from. That’s good and bad. It is good that the Bible is available. But so many translations creates lots of confusion. Let’s try to make sense out of this.

    Dr. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO Why So Many Bible Translations? Scripture Reading: Neh 8:1-11 Introduction: 1. The Problem So many choices: At least twenty-five different English translations of the entire Bible and more

  • Lessons From Elijah's Translation

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Sep 8, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Contrast is made between Elisha and the other prophets. Lessons also drawn from Elijah on how to finish well.

    Lessons from Elijah’s Translation II Kings 2:1-18 3-29-09 Intro Two men in the Old Testament did not experience death. They were raptured into heaven when their time here on earth was accomplished. One was Enoch. Enoch’s life is summarized in the Bible with two statements. One in the O.T. and more

  • Jesus Challenge - Cebuano Translation Series

    Contributed by Skip Moran on Sep 14, 2012
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus consistently challenges his followers. Jesus knows each of us need a different type of challenge. This exercise leads students to see their relationships, roles and life events as specific challenges which Jesus specifically chose for them, for Hi

    The “Jesus Challenge” What are 3 things Jesus is challenging you with today? Unsa ang tulo ka butang nga gihagit ni Hesus kanimo, karung more

  • Which Translation Of The Bible Are We To Use?

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Feb 19, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    There are so many translations of the Bible out there today and more on the way, how can we be certain which one is the True Word of God?

    PSALMS 12:6-7 WHICH TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE ARE WE TO USE? 2-19-11 There are so many translations of the Bible out there today and more on the way, how can we be certain which one is the True Word of God? Ø Listen as I read today’s text found in; PSALMS 12:6-7 The words of more

  • Some Things Just Don't Translate

    Contributed by Steve Klink on May 19, 2004
    based on 4 ratings

    Trusting the Holy Spirit to translate the Word and Work of God.

    Text: John 6:60 “On hearing it, many of his disciples said, ‘This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?’” Vs. 66 - ‘From this time many of his disciples turned back and no longer followed him.’ ‘You do not want to leave too, do you?’ Jesus asked the Twelve. Simon Peter answered him, ‘Lord to more

  • Love Of A Different Kind

    Contributed by Andrew Chan on Nov 9, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Love of God translates to love for others.

    Love of a different kind Quite often, we hear movie stars or rock stars say “I love you” to their fans. This is because their fans buy tickets to see them in concerts or buy their CDs or go see their movies or purchase their products such unique fashion line of clothes, perfumes, shoes and other more

  • Without A Vision The People Perish

    Contributed by Antonio Silveira on Jan 7, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    The word "vision" is translated in different ways in varying translations of God's Word, but the Hebrew word means, "vision, oracle, or divine communication."

    Proverbs 29:18 (King James) Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he. The word "vision" is translated in different ways in varying translations of God's Word, but the Hebrew word means, "vision, oracle, or divine communication." Proverbs 29:18 more

  • Specific Steps Of A Christian

    Contributed by Al Lowe on Feb 19, 2003
    based on 11 ratings

    A Christian will take specific steps toward the translation of their commitment into action

    Acts 16:16-34 PROPOSITION: A Christian will take specific steps toward the translation of their commitment into action. OBJECTIVE: To identify these steps in the individual believer. This past Thursday was the day recognized on the Christian church calendar as Ascension Day. From the earliest more

  • "God's Recipe For Happiness"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 29, 2002
    based on 45 ratings

    A sermon on happiness based on J.B. Phillips’ translation of The New Testament.

    MATTHEW 5:1-12 “God’s Recipe for Happiness” BY: Rev. Kenneth E. Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA When I was a real young kid I used to like to bake cookies...cause I really liked to eat cookies and my mom would very rarely buy the store-bought more