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  • The Upper Class Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 26, 2021

    It is hard for modern American Christians to get their minds open to the mind of Christ on this issue because it goes against the grain of our culture. The New Testament, however, is loaded with teachings about being servants.

  • Becoming Refined

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Mar 3, 2014

    Have you fallen over and over again in your Christian walk? It could be that all this falling is meant to draw out of you all that is impure so that God can refine you

    Becoming refined She was born Feb 2, 1929 as Patricia Routledge but you may know her best from her television personality as Hyacinth Bucket (Bouquet). She is the middle class wife who has upper class aspirations. She is the lead character of the British television series called - Keeping more

  • No –isms Here!

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 30, 2018

    there are no ISMS' in God's Kingdom

    In this election year, we have constantly heard mean, nasty, degrading speeches as part of the Republican debates and primary election ads. We have heard: • women reduced to human incubators by removing their ability to make decisions about their own bodies, • candidates accused of more

  • God Heals Naaman

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Aug 23, 2020

    The story of God healing Naaman is full of lessons, for example, about opportunity, courtesy, humility, and greed. But the key message must be the one Jesus drew from it. That is, that if we wish to see God's miracles, we must accept his word.

    NAAMAN’S HEALING We’re continuing in our series ‘Bible Stories for Grown-Ups.’ Today we’re looking at one of the most famous stories in the Book of Kings. It’s the story of the healing of the Syrian general, Naaman. It’s a great story for Sunday School, because one of the key characters is a more

  • The Pride Ride Pt 1 Series

    Contributed by James Stewart Jr. on Jul 14, 2003
    based on 59 ratings

    This is the first message in the series on the Seven Deadly Sins.

    Intro; I am starting a series on the "Seven Deadly Sins." Today’s message is the first one entitled the "The Pride Ride Part 1." Pride is defined as “An inordinate amount of self-esteem.” The synonyms for the word PRIDE are not pretty; they are conceit, arrogance, and more

  • Restoration Is Needed

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Aug 1, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    An Intro to the book of Ezra

    RESTORATION IS NEEDED - Restoration found on the INTERNET - The Bab. Cap. Took place 900 yr. After Is. was in the land. - Follow the King Line - CHART - 3 Deportations - Upper class - Skilled Craftsmen - All but the poor The difference between Restore and Rebuild - Complete more

  • Sixteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time, Cycle A; 16th Sunday , Year A-- Weeds And Wheat

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on May 21, 2020

    This parable doesn’t mean that we tolerate all sorts of bad behavior. Jesus doesn’t condone weed (pun intended).

    If we ask, "why is there evil in the world?" we must also ask "why is there good in the world?" We get our answers this Sunday: Beginning with pre-history “while everybody was asleep” (Matthew 13:24-30), the weeds represent the enemies of God, who are: Satan, demons, and humans more

  • Starting Right

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jan 5, 2012

    More from Mark about Christ's ministry beginning...

    1.9-11 The Baptism of Christ ..the Visit, the Vision & the Voice ..Nazareth / Galilee: obscure, despised, contemptible places (lack of morals / education) ..baptized: first task as a man, alone, was a mission of submission (Matt3.15) ..Spirit descending: validation, encouragement, empowering more

  • True Love's Joy Series

    Contributed by Nick Hodges on Jan 4, 2016

    True love's joy is expressed in our #1 Excitement for Each Other, #2 Praise for Each Other and #3 Companionship With Each Other.

    Intro • Song of Songs (or Song of Solomon) was written by King Solomon & its name is taken from the first verse in the book, "Solomon's Finest Song." • 1 Kings 4:32 - "Solomon composed 3,000 proverbs, and his songs numbered 1,005." - of the 1,005, this is his finest • It is more

  • Wealth – A Potential Enemy

    Contributed by Robert Sickler on May 17, 2012

    Scripture clearly states that people who long to be rich fall into all sorts of temptations and are trapped by many foolish and harmful desires that drag them down and destroy them.

    WEALTH – A POTENTIAL ENEMY INTRODUCTION Scripture clearly states that people who long to be rich fall into all sorts of temptations and are trapped by many foolish and harmful desires that drag them down and destroy them. For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. And some more

  • Heaven Or Hell

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Sep 27, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    God does not condemn a person to hell. Sin takes them there. Those who have rejected the gospel of Christ Jesus will end up in hell.

    Heaven or Hell Luke 16: 19 - 31 Intro: On Sunday, April 5, 1987 at 10:40AM a bridge on the New York State Thruway collapsed even though people in 4 cars and a driver of a semi-truck traveling at 55 to 65 mph all believed that the bridge was safe. --- Believing it was safe did not MAKE IT safe. more

  • O Come All Ye Faithful Series

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Dec 22, 2014

    1. The “Faithful” Once Lived in Darkness 2. The "Faithful" Are Drawn By God 3. The "Faithful" Go And See 4. The "Faithful" Kneel & Worship

    O Come All Ye Faithful Lk 2:1-20, Mt.2:1-11 - The Latin version ‘Adeste Fideles’ - Meaning “be present or near, ye faithful.” - Written by John Francis Wade (1711-86) - Fled England after the 1745 Jacobite rebellion (England & Scotland) to teach music in the more

  • Christ And The Little Christs In Us

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 28, 2013

    We owe a great debt to the saints, like Basil and Gregory, who defended the divinity and Messiahship of Jesus.

    January 2, 2014 Thursday before Epiphany–Ss Basil and Gregory Lumen Fidei Today we have what might be called “the proclamation of John,” and we hear both Johns speaking to us of Christ. John the Baptist tells us that he is NOT the Christ. John the apostle tells us that more

  • Slaves In Egypt Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Aug 16, 2013

    Well whose to judge, to slander those lost in sin, those who don't know the Father. How do we treat the alien and the widow? Slapping them up the side of the head will not win souls for the kingdom of God.

    The paradox that we are looking at this week of our OWSOMS Self Denial appeal that we are looking at is this ‘The Paradox of Belonging’. In the passage from Deuteronomy 24:17 through to verse 22 we get this command “Do not deprive the alien or the Fatherless of justice, or take more

  • A Pastor's Passion For America

    Contributed by Steve Bain on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 30 ratings

    The passage before us can only be understood if we back up and review its historical backdrop.

    The passage before us can only be understood if we back up and review its historical backdrop. Isaiah was the prophet of the Lord to the nation Judah and her capital, Jerusalem, from 740 to 680 B.C. He was one of God's great voices during the reigns of four Kings: Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and more