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  • When People Trick You Lesson 9 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 7, 2017
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    When people trick us.

    A. THE GIBEONITES TRICK ISRAEL: JOSHUA 9:1-27 “When the six kings of great nations in the land heard about the destruction of Jericho and Ai, plus God stopping up the Jordan River, they made a covenant to fight together against Israel. The nation of Gibeon decided not to join the covenant but more

  • Fhpr, Part 2 - The Necessity Ingredients Of Trust And Faithfulness Series

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Aug 23, 2010
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    Second in this series. This message discusses how we need to be able to be trust others (and be trustworthy), and to be faithful when needed by our friends and loved ones.

    Foundations for Healthy Personal Relationships Part 2 – The Necessary Ingredients of Trust and Faithfulness Proverbs 11:13, Proverbs 20:6 August 8, 2010 NOTE: THE ME/WE/GOD/YOU/WE FORMAT IS FROM ANDY STANLEY’S BOOK, "COMMUNICATING FOR A CHANGE." AUDIO CAN BE HEARD AT more

  • Remembering, Reconnecting, And Rejoicing: Taking Charge Of Our Own Grief Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 26, 2009

    We take charge of reducing our grief when we first trust ourselves, then trust others in redemptive relationships, and ultimately trust God, who raised Christ from the dead.

    Granger Westberg, in his little book, Good Grief, says that when you have something worth grieving about, then go ahead and grieve, but grieve in a healthy way. Westberg agrees that the Bible says, "Do not grieve as those do who have no hope", but that does not mean we do not grieve. When you have more

  • Having And Giving Authority

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 18, 2009

    How do we decide whom to help and how, of all the needs presented? Jesus responded to the needs that presented themselves, He discerns what the real problems are, and He trusted others with authority.

    The problem is never whether somebody needs help. The problem is always which somebody we can help. The issue is never whether there are any needs. There are always needs. In any given moment there are more needs than anyone person can possibly address. The issue is how to make the choice. Who more

  • Eye For An Eye Series

    Contributed by Alexander Clark on Nov 30, 2012

    How hard is it for you to not seek revenge when another person does you wrong? Jesus tells us in Matt.5:38-42 that we are to Love More, Give More, Do More, and Trust More, are you willing to take a stand for the kingdom of God?

    Eye for an Eye Matthew 5:38-42 Intro: Review the Sermon on the Mount Revenge = Getting even Scripture: Matthew 5:38-42 38 “You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.’39 But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the more

  • What Are Some Temperamental Tendencies We Need To Guard Against?

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
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    We need to learn to be more controlled by the Spirit. Actively guard against specific temptations that may prove harmful – based on your individual faulty tendencies. Let us examine certain behavioral patterns that should be avoided by the four different

    "To the weak I became weak, to the strong I became strong. I have become all things to all men so that by all means I might save some." (I Cor. 9:19-21) 1. Have you ever heard of the expression, "One man’s meat is another man’s poison?" What may be fuel for one person may turn out to be more

  • His Three-Fold Office Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jun 27, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Series on the Birth of Christ (3 of 5).

    THE BIRTH OF CHRIST HIS THREE-FOLD OFFICE Isaiah 9:6-7 INTRO: Last time, we looked at the prophecies relating to the Messiah. Today, we will look at His Three-fold Office. First of all, let’s notice the meaning of the word more

  • There Will Be Hell To Pay

    Contributed by V. David Sedaca on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 6 ratings

    What do I mean by this statement? That there will be "hell to pay" for some of our friends and foes if we don't get concerned about lost souls.

    What do I mean by this statement? That there will be "hell to pay" for some of our friends and foes if we don't get concerned about lost souls. There will be christians facing judgment and losing rewards because of lack of service for God. This story tells the fact about hell, the loneliness and more

  • A Wonderful Counselor Has Come Series

    Contributed by Jack Warford on Dec 21, 2001
    based on 49 ratings

    God has provided us with a Wonderful Counselor in the person of His Son Jesus. Why do we not first listen to Him when we are in need or unsure of the Will of God?

    Isaiah 11:1-5, Hosea 14:9, Colossians 3:16-17, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, James 1:5-8, 3:13-18 (NLT) God has provided us with a Wonderful Counselor in the person of His Son Jesus. Why do we not first listen to Him when we are in need or unsure of the Will of God? The answer is simple; the world does more

  • A Mutual Assurance Company

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 23, 2010

    In order to feel fully at home in the church, we begin with praying for one another, we learn both to receive and to give to one another, and we abandon top-down thinking.

    Isn’t it astounding, the power of the group? Isn’t it amazing that an otherwise normal, there, healthy, together person can be in a group and feel so wrong? Have you ever been in a group that was sending out such negative vibes that you just wanted to get out of there? Somehow you even felt ashamed more

  • Through The Eyes Of Faith Bartimaeus.......

    Contributed by Tom Oliver on Feb 24, 2008
    based on 17 ratings

    A clear outlined message on how to see through the eyes of faith.

    Introduction: It has been said that the blind often see more than people who have physical sight. one reason is this because they have to rely more heavily on their other senses sight as hearing, smell and touch. I suspect the main reason is because they are forced to live more of a life of faith. more

  • The Parable Of The Minas

    Contributed by William Lock on Mar 4, 2009
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    Wealth, power and control: a new look at the parable of the minas.

    Luke 19:11-27 The Parable of the Ten Minas Fig trees Fig Trees and the Temple Luke 19:11-27 The Parable of the Ten Minas Cultural/Historical background--then Herod Archelaus/ Rome Jerusalem & the temple system wealth, power, control Cultural/Historical background--now education, more

  • Seeing Things As Jesus Sees Them Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 19, 2013

    Jesus came to free us from the slavery to sin through faith, through faith in what He taught, and through faith in Him as a person.

    Thursday of 29th Week in Course Lumen Fidei Jesus was a very serious Savior. If you were a government official and happened upon a prison where several thousands of persons were enslaved under abysmal conditions, you’d want to free them. Now before Christ, we were slaves of sin. I know more

  • No Other Gods Series

    Contributed by Michael Sawyer on Nov 10, 2013

    This is the first in a series that I preached on the Ten Commandments. The focus of the series was on the relationship between God and us and the relevance that the Commandments still have for us from that standpoint.

    No Other Gods Exodus 20:3 "You shall have no other gods before me. The children of Israel are at Sinai. They have come to freedom by the hand of God in the plagues of Egypt, the parting of the Red Sea, and the destruction of the armies of Pharaoh. These things were done by God. Not by more

  • The Dialogue Of Ecumenism Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 12, 2016

    Our prayer is that all Christians be One.

    Thursday of Fifth Week in Lent 2016 Joy of the Gospel The providential juxtaposition of St. Patrick’s Day with the readings of this Lenten feria should lead us to make a comparison between the call of St. Patrick and the call of the Hebrew patriarchs. Patrick was called by God to return more