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  • The Danger Of Unconfessed Sin

    Contributed by Sebastian D'souza on Jun 13, 2017

    We learn from King David's fall with Bathesheba that covering up sin can do more damage than the sin that we are trying to cover up. The best thing is that we come clean. allowing our past to do more damage to our future.

    We first moved into the house we live in 17 years ago. There is a huge pine tree outside which drops sap and pine needles everywhere. I still remember when it was about 10 feet tall. Lately I was thinking, if only I cut it down when it was still small. Now, it's a job that requires professional more

  • A Christian And Unconfessed Sin

    Contributed by Dr. Melvin Poe on Jan 22, 2003
    based on 20 ratings

    There is Judgement day coming. One for the lost...."The Great White Throne" (Rev. 20) And one for the Saved..."The Judgement Seat Of Christ." (1st Cor. 5:10)

    Introduction: One way or the other ALL will be giving an account for our sins and judged accordingly. When is a believer judged for his unconfessed sins? Not at the Judgement Seat of Christ!! The will be the Reward judgement (Bema Seat) Not a time for judging our sins. When then will a believer be more

  • Hidden Sin Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Aug 13, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Unconfessed sin in the believer’s life restricts praise.

    The Hallelujah Factor Series Based upon Jack Taylor’s book The Hallelujah Factor Protesting or Practicing Praise Part 2-Hidden Sin July 22, 2007 FBC, Chester Mike Fogerson, Pastor Introduction A Opening story B Unconfessed sin in the believer’s life more

  • The Foolishness Of Hidden Sin

    Contributed by Philip Harrelson on Nov 9, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Sin has a devastating effect on the conscience. No matter how carefully covered, it will ultimately be exposed.

    The Foolishness of Hidden Sin John 15:22 John 15:22 -- “If I had not come and spoken unto them, they had not had sin: but now they have no cloke for their sin.” Ps 19:9-14 -- “The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring for ever: the judgments of the LORD are true and righteous altogether.” more

  • The Curse Of Hidden Sins

    Contributed by Howard Parnell on Oct 7, 2002
    based on 117 ratings

    Many are under the misconception that they can get away with trying to hide their sin from God. The story of Achan illustrates the fallacy of that kind of thinking.

    THE CURSE OF HIDDEN SINS Prov. 28:13 INTRO. You will never get by with covered-up sin. Sin that is unconfessed, sin that is unlamented, sin with an alibi, sin that is excused, sin with no self-judgement, is certain to bring the wrath of a holy and righteous and angry God! It would be smart more

  • The Danger Of Sin

    Contributed by Bill Butsko on Oct 23, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    Unconfessed sin will lead to the destruction of life and eternal separation from God the Father.

    Sin comes about by breaking one of God’s Laws. For example, we have committed a sinful act when: 1. we worship something or someone other than God 2. we worship images representing God 3. we take the name of the LORD in vain 4. we break the Sabbath 5. we dishonor our father and/or more

  • Silence And Sin, Strength And Summer

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jul 14, 2002
    based on 37 ratings

    Our lives have seasons like summer: heated, turbulent, conflicted. This is a result of unconfessed sin and of not listening to God’s priorities.

    Every season of the year has its joys and its challenges. But God has ordained them all for the benefit of His creation. And every season of our lives has its joys and its challenges. Yet again God has ordained all these for the benefit of His people. Every season of the year is more

  • Why Does Jesus Seem So Distant? Series

    Contributed by Eric Ferguson on Jun 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Sometimes finding God can be so difficult, and He seems so far away, but in reality, He’s around us all the time. There are some things however that can seem confusing at times

    Opener Activity: Clap This game is a variation of the old faithful "Hot/Cold" game. One person is chosen to be "it" and asked to leave the room so they can’t hear or see what is going on in the room. Take about 1 minute and pick an action as a group for "it" to do when he/she returns. (A more

  • Hidden Sins, Damaged Lives Series

    Contributed by Jerry Fenter on May 23, 2002
    based on 303 ratings

    The impact of one person’s sin has an effect on the whole nation.

    Hidden Sins, Damaged Lives Joshua 7 Nobody likes problems. The fact is, though, that problems and struggles make us more dependent on God. They force us to turn to Him for help. When my finances are low, I pray for help. When my body is broken by illness or injury I ask the Lord for healing, or more

  • Confessing Your Sins Series

    Contributed by Gary Landsberg on Dec 16, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    There is cleansing found in the confession of our sins to one another, and especially unto God. Unconfessed sin creates emotional distress and spiritual illness.

    CONFESSING YOUR SINS TEXT: James 5:14-16 INTRODUCTION 1. What a wonderful day, this day is. I am so glad, and grateful. You see, I have reason to be happy and excited. My mighty Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, has seen fit to redeem me from my sin and destruction. 2. I serve a risen more

  • How To Solve The Sin Problem

    Contributed by Donnie De Loney on Apr 15, 2014


    HOW TO SOLVE THE SIN PROBLEM Psalm 32:1-5 The Joy of Forgiveness more

  • Judas - A Man Who Became A Traitor

    Contributed by Clay Gentry on Aug 7, 2013
    based on 3 ratings

    When you picture Judas what do you see? A monster, or a devilish figure? Do you ever see yourself? The truth is we have a lot more in common with Judas than we care to admit. In this lesson we'll explore the life of Judas and how it relates to our own.

    When it comes to villains the Bible has its fair share. There’s Cain the brother-killer. The conniving Delilah. The murderous Jezebel. The rampaging Manasseh. And then there’s public-enemy #1, Judas the betrayer of Jesus. Too often we look at the villains and we see people that we more

  • Destroying Evil Spiritual Umbrella

    Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Oct 24, 2005
    based on 211 ratings

    When your destiny is considered as risky by the enemy, you will face attacks.

    When your destiny is considered as risky by the enemy, you will face attacks. Many people wonder why they are faced with fierce battles. They should rejoice because it means there is, at least, something in their lives worth contending for. There are many people too, who have nothing to bother the more

  • A Deadly Virus

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 3, 2010

    Sin is not excused by good works, and unrepentant self-indulgence is destructive. Sexual integrity is not just a private matter; how we handle it will determine what happens with our church.

    This has the potential for being the shortest sermon I’ve ever done. At first glance, it seems all I need to do with this text is to praise the church for doing so well, declare myself to be against sin, and wrap it up. The shortest sermon I’ve ever done, and maybe the shortest on record! Anybody more

  • The Call For Church Discipline Series

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Aug 15, 2020

    There is a hesitancy on the part of many church pastors and elders to hold their church members accountable for their actions. This neglect is hazardous. Church disciple is both biblical and necessary

    The Call for Church Discipline 1 Corinthians 5:1-13 “... Allan Bloom argued in his 1987 best-seller, The Closing of the American Mind [Simon and Schuster], that tolerance, built on the assumption of moral relativism, not truth, has become the chief “virtue” in America. To judge any behavior or more