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  • Common Men With An Uncommon Purpose Series

    Contributed by Kenneth Squires on Jul 31, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    Twelve Men Who Followed Jesus - the Disciples

    Tyndale Publishing is synonymous with American publishing successes of the 20th Century. But few who read the thousands of literary works put out by that company know that the name Tyndale is associated with martyr William Tyndale (1492-1536). Did you know that William Tyndale is credited with more

  • The Man Who Should Never Have Been Born

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 29, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Judas (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    Reading: John chapter 17 verses 12: Ill: • On this day in 1605: • Thirteen young men planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. • Among them was Britain's most notorious traitor, • A man called Guy Fawkes. • They rented a house next to Parliament;, dug more

  • How We Got Our English Bible - A Simplified Version Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Feb 6, 2011

    How we got our English Bible - A Simplified Version (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    • 2011 is the 400’th anniversary of the Kings James version of the Bible. • We want to use this anniversary to encourage people to one again read the Bible. • We are not promoting the KJB as such; • But rather the reading of the Bible in a translation that is suitable for more

  • The History Of The Bible

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on Aug 18, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    A challenge to not neglect God word.

    Some interesting facts about the Bible: • “Bible” comes from the Latin biblia, meaning “books.” • The first book ever printed was the Bible in 1454. • The Bible was divided into chapters by Stephen Langton in 1228. • The Old Testament was divided into verses by R. Nathan in 1488 and the New more

  • Swapping "pasei Sophia Didakontes Kai Nouthetountes" For The God Who Speaks Our Language.

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Oct 24, 2019

    A sermon for Bible Sunday preached in 2011 at Holy Trinity Barkingside

    ................................................................................................... Ho logos tou Christou enoikeitO en humin plousiOs, en pasEi sophia didakontes kai nouthetountes heautous, psalmois, humnois, Oidais pneumatikais en tE chariti aidontes en tais kardiais humOn tO more

  • Identity Crisis

    Contributed by Michael Smith on Oct 22, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    How the unscriptural term "church" is causing an Identity Crisis!

  • "Once A Heretic, Now A Hero”

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Oct 28, 2021

    Both William Tyndale and Luther translated the bible. My opening illustration asks people to take out their bible and turn to Romans 3:21-24 and turn their bible upside down and read the text....

    In Jesus Holy Name October 30, 2021 Romans 1:17, 3:22-24 Reformation Redeemer “Once a Heretic, Now a Hero” Today Protestant churches are celebrating the Reformation, remembering the man Martin Luther and singing the more

  • Paul's Intro & Theme (1:3-2:5): Part One Series

    Contributed by Joshua Blackmon on May 18, 2022

    In Colossians 1:3-25 Paul introduces himself and the themes of the letter. This lesson explores how Paul thanks God for the Colossians. It relies heavily on N.T. Wright's commentary of Colossians in the Tyndale NT Commentaries.

    Paul's Intro & Theme (1:3-2:5): Part One Introduction: Colossians 1:3-2:5 is Paul's long introduction to before he moves on to the heart of his letter. He wants this young church to know that his letter is an outflow of the ministry God has given him. The introduction can be broken more

  • How We Got Our Bible 101

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Mar 14, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    The process by which we got our Bible is both complex and amazing. The Word of God is truly a wonderful thing and should be cherished.

    Quote: "Language shapes the way we think, and determines what we can think about." --Benjamin Lee Whorf (Hebrew Linguist, 1897-1941) The written Word: Hebrews 4:12 The Word of God is truly wonderful and beautiful. It is a life changing/giving force. Exodus 34:27 records God's words to more

  • El Tesoro De La Paternidad De Dios Y Nuestra Ciudadanía Celestial Series

    Contributed by Adrián Olivas on Apr 27, 2002
    based on 249 ratings

    Primer sermón de serie de 7 bajo el tema Tesoros del Padrenuestro. El Sr. Tyndall escribió en su Biblia “Dios no nos enseñó a predicar; no nos enseñó a cantar; nos enseñó a orar”.

    Introducción a la serie: Paul Yongii Cho dice: “La gente da su dinero, entona cánticos, construye edificios y predica, pero no ora”. George Barna dice: El 25% de las personas que asisten admiten que nunca oran. Pues si los cristianos no oran, déjenme decirles quienes sí oran—los more

  • The Preservation Of The Holy Scriptures Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Apr 15, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The idea of preservation holds that God has faithfully superintended His Word down through the ages, so that even today, some 3,500 years after portions of the Bible were written down, we can say that what we possess, what we love and what we read are the

    God’s Perfect Word The Preservation of the Holy Scriptures Psalm 12:6-7 Intro: The last time we meet, we examined evidence for the inspiration of the Word of God. We learned the blessed truth that God literally “breathed” His Word through man to give us an inerrant, infallible and inspired more

  • “the Paradox Of Blessedness!” Series

    Contributed by Douglas Sherwood on Oct 10, 2015

    Though salvation is free, when you accept Jesus as Lord, God does not promise the road will be easy. What He does promise is that He will not give us more than we can bear, and that He will be with us always!

    What does it cost? That is a question we often ask when purchasing something. We way what the perceived value is, and what the asking price is, and if we think it’s a good enough deal, we take our hard-earned money, and we purchase it. Sometimes we buy cheap and we get cheap . . . more

  • How Can I Begin An Effective Prayer Life? Series

    Contributed by Richard Goble on Nov 16, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Prayer is communication with God on a personal level. #1 in a 4-part series.

    Title: How Can I Begin An Effective Prayer Life? Series: Prayer Changes Things Text: John 15:5-8 Introduction In the small town we lived in, the volunteer fire department’s telephone was answered by the policeman on duty, who would in turn sound the fire whistle to rally the volunteers to more

  • Guilt And Grace In The Garden

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 10, 2010

    Jesus accepting the Father’s will. (PowerPoint slides available for this talk on request - email:

    Guilt and Grace in the Garden Reading: Luke chapter 22 verses 39-53: Ill: Things I have learnt from gardening: • Nothing ever looks like it does on the seed packet. • Your lawn is always slightly bigger than your desire to mow it. • Whichever garden tool you want is always more

  • As My Mother Did

    Contributed by Perry Greene on May 14, 2018

    David's mother is unknown to us but she left a legacy in her son, David.

    1. Recently we heard of the passing of Barbara Bush – wife of former President George H. W. Bush; and mother of former President George W. Bush 2. But, who George Washington’s Mother? (Mary Ball Washington); Abraham Lincoln’s Mother? (Nancy Hanks Lincoln) – virtually unknown women but influenced more