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  • The Day After Tomorrow

    Contributed by Zera Young on Feb 20, 2006
    based on 44 ratings

    This is a soul searching sermon. Even born again Christians will want to examine their TRUE relationship with God. ARE YOU A CHILD OF GOD? Are you?

    The Day After Tomorrow Zephaniah 1: 14-18 When you start your day, what is some first things you think of? I know that I think of things that need to be done . . . There are always chores around the house to get done. And yes, as you go to your job, what you did not finish the day before or more

  • The Great Day Of The Lord

    Contributed by Anthony Smith on Jun 23, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    Prophecy lesson on the Great Day of the Lord.

    The Great Day of the Lord. Many have said from time to time,” I don’t believe that God will destroy the earth, there’s bad in the world, yes, but there’s still a lot of Good to.” “We can win the world to Christ, then He wont have to destroy it.” Fine thoughts, but it wont happen, no matter who the more

  • Terror; The Lost War.

    Contributed by Anthony Smith on Jun 26, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    Why cant people see that Gods prophecy’s, will and are, taking place.Many Christians will be immune from violence and terror and then again many will be victims of it.

    Terror; The Lost War. {Terror; Intense, overpowering fear.An emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight).A feeling of agitation and anxiety more

  • Lose The Weight Of Complacency Series

    Contributed by Rich Cook on Jun 27, 2005
    based on 46 ratings

    The first in a series used at New Year’s. We Christians can get used to a routine of "being good." We need to break free from complacency and push ourselves to spiritual excellence.

    Lose the weight of complacency Purpose: To challenge us to break free from status quo personal Christianity. 1. These are a few of my favorite things: · Chocolate Ice Cream sprinkled with dry coffee grounds, anything that begins with the words Little Debbie, any restaurant that ends with the word more

  • The Storm On The Horizon

    Contributed by James May on Aug 27, 2005
    based on 90 ratings

    While we wait for the hurricane that is coming in from the Gulf of Mexico, I am reminded of another storm that is coming also; the storm of the wrath of God upon a sinful world.

    THE STORM ON THE HORIZON By Pastor Jim May People all along the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico are nervous this morning. They are nervous because of an approaching visitor by the name of Katrina. But this isn’t some long lost relative coming to pay a friendly visit. Katrina is a more

  • "Return To Shelter" (Zephaniah) Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 9, 2002
    based on 57 ratings

    "Backsliders" are believers who needs some encouragement. But those who claim to be believers and who forsake God simply never had authentic faith in the first place.

    “Return to Shelter” (Zephaniah) Pastor Bob Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts A young boy was sitting in the corner of the kitchen looking unhappy. He’d just been given a “time out”. When his discipline was over, he asked his mother, “God can do anything He wants, more

  • Leading Indicators Of Spiritual Decline (Part 2)

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Oct 17, 2002
    based on 36 ratings

    Part 2 of spiritual decline message

    11, August 2002 Dakota Community Church Leading Indicators of Spiritual Decline Part II Introduction: Review When there is economic decline, governments pretend all is well. When there is spiritual decline, Christians pretend all is well. Sometimes you know but others don’t and sometimes more

  • The Complacent Church Series

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Oct 30, 2002
    based on 107 ratings

    How do we fight complacency in our spiritual lives?

    Zephaniah 1:10-14 10 "On that day," declares the LORD, "a cry will go up from the Fish Gate, wailing from the New Quarter, and a loud crash from the hills. 11 Wail, you who live in the market district; all your merchants will be wiped out, all who trade with silver will be ruined. 12 At that time I more

  • The Day Of The Lord

    Contributed by David Moore on May 18, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    To show the conditions before, the condemnation by and the comfort in the Day of the Lord.

    Zephaniah The Day of the Lord Text: Zephaniah 1:1-7 Introduction: I would dare say that not one person in a thousand has heard a message from the book of Zephaniah. This little prophecy just three chapters long is one of the most overlooked passages of Scripture in all God’s Word. Unquoted from more

  • The Day Of The Lord Series

    Contributed by Wes Richard on Aug 16, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    The prophet Zephaniah points us to the meaning of spiritual renewal

    Today I want to begin with a question. How long has it been since you have felt God nudging you to follow him more closely? Some of you may have committed your life to Christ many years ago and you haven’t thought much about it since. Others may be struggling right now with the question of how to more

  • How To Make God Angry

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Mar 8, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    We must avoid the things that anger God.

    How to Make God Angry January 10, 2010 Evening Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We must avoid the things that anger God. Focus Passage: Zephaniah 1:5-6 Introduction: pushing buttons to make someone mad I. Waiver between God and something else a. 1Kings more

  • Better Days Are Coming

    Contributed by Melvin Maughmer, Jr. on Apr 18, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    It’s an understatement to say that we are experiencing a time unlike any other. The way we live, interact with others, do business, work, entertain, and worship has changed and may never be what we once called normal again.

    “Better Days are Coming” By Bishop Melvin L. Maughmer, Jr. Scriptures:- Zephaniah 1:12, Amos 6:1, Psalm 4:6, Deuteronomy 8:2, 2 Chronicles 7:14. Prayer Opening:- It’s an understatement to say that we are experiencing a time unlike any other. The Covid-19/Coronavirus pandemic has impacted and more

  • Important Tasks PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 1, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explores prophecy, our responsibilities as Christians, and the moral legacy we leave for future generations, using the parable of the talents as a guide.

    Good morning, everyone! I'm so glad to see each and every one of you here today. We're about to get into some really interesting stuff. Now, I know that Sundays are meant for rest, but I promise you, this won't feel like work. We're going to have a chat, a good old fashioned chat, about something more

  • When God Comes In Judgment (Zephaniah 1:1-18) Series

    Contributed by Garrett Tyson on Mar 12, 2022

    God is coming in judgment against his people, and the whole world, because they are half-hearted in following him. God expects total allegiance, and not partial.

    This week, we begin a short, three week study on the book of Zephaniah. Let's start by reading verse 1: (1) The word of Yahweh that was/came to Zephaniah son of Gedalyah son of Amaryah son of Khezkeyah in the days of Josiah son of Amon king of Judah. Zephaniah was a prophet when Josiah was more

  • From Judgment To Hope

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Dec 6, 2022

    Zephaniah's purpose was to rattle the people of Judah from their sin and complacency and urge them to repentance and return to God.

    Zephaniah had cautioned the people of Judah that if they would not repent of their transgressions and return to God, all of Judah would be punished. This whole book is filled with the impending correction to come from God, but with love. The phrase “the day of the Lord” is stated seven times in the more