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  • Mary As Ark Of The Covenant

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 26, 2018

    "the original Protestant reformers maintained the traditional love and respect shown by and in the Church for the Blessed Virgin Mary."

  • Burying The Dead Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 31, 2010
    based on 68 ratings

    One preacher decided not to baptize one young girl on October 31st because he didn’t want her to associate her baptism with Halloween - a season of death. Was he right?

    OPEN: One of the boys in a Sunday School teacher’s class proudly announced to his teacher that he was being baptized the next Sunday. She told him that was really great, and he told her he was going to take his swim goggles. She was curious about why the youngster would want to wear his more

  • The Men Who Burned God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 14, 2011
    based on 90 ratings

    Nadab and Abihu were destroyed by God because they offered an "authorized" fire before God. What had they done wrong and what can we learn from their mistake?

  • The Protestant Reformation Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Jun 8, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Today, we come to a portion of this series which is obviously very near and dear to my heart as a teacher of Reformed Theology: The Protestant Reformation.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Lesson 9: The Battle Cries of the Reformation Today, we come to a portion of this series which is obviously very near and dear to my heart as a teacher of Reformed Theology: The more

  • the Covenant Signs And Seals: Communion Series

    Contributed by Gregg Strawbridge on Jul 8, 2002
    based on 32 ratings

    The Lord’s Supper, in the eating of bread and drinking of wine, is a covenant remembrance of Jesus’ redemptive work in which believers communion with Christ and are united more and more in the covenant community.

    INTRODUCTION - People are always looking for the tangible, the use of media, someway in which people can be "touched" - many Protestants whose heritage is founding on a discarding of the use of images in worship have begun making worship visual. They are reviving the arts. Michael R. Keller, a more

  • "Thinking The Things Of God” Holy Communion Come As You Are Series

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Nov 7, 2018

    This is part of the series through Martin Luther's Small Catechism. Lutheran view of Holy Communion explained

    In Jesus Holy Name October 28, 2018 Series: Luther’s Small Catechism Redeemer Text Matthew 26:26b-28 “Thinking the Things of God” Holy Communion: Come as you Are On this Sunday of the Reformation we have come to our final topic in our series of more

  • Conflict In The Church Series

    Contributed by Rodney Coe on Feb 16, 2015

    Why does conflict happen in the body of Christ?

    Conflict in the church James 4:1-6 In Charles Colson’s book, the Body, there is a chapter entitled “Extending the right fist of Fellowship.” It tells the story of and event that took place in the Emmanuel Baptist Church of Newton, Massachusetts, when a church conflict actually more

  • Mystery Babylon, The Protest Begins Series

    Contributed by Bob Faulkner on Jul 15, 2015

    Eventually people get it: You must come out of Babylon. Here is the story of those first heroes of the Protestant Reformation, who saw Babylon, protested, and were forced out. Thank God for them.

    PART THREE: WHEN PEOPLE PROTEST 1300-1870 THIRTY-SEVEN: THE CALL "OUT OF HER" BEGINS The light which manifests itself to many individuals within the church slowly becomes such a burning glow that, combining with the loss of prestige of the Papacy, and the growing political tensions, it can more

  • His Workman

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Jul 19, 2006
    based on 24 ratings

    While it is true that we are saved by faith alone and not by works; it is true that God has saved us for the purpose of perform acceptable works or service to God. Ephesians reveals the mandate, the method, and the means of serving the Lord.

    Disclaimer: Source material for this sermon has been gleaned from many different sources. I have attempted to acknowledge these sources whenever possible. His Workmen Ephesians 2:8-10; 4 Introduction: The very minute that a person attempts to add works or self effort in any form to the more

  • Baptism: It's God's Work Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Nov 21, 2011

    A sermon baptism from Romans 6 (Material adapted from Dr. Jack Cottrell, especially his book "Baptism: A Biblical Study' chapter 7)

    Introduction: Supposedly, it was constructed around 1828; sometime between then and about 1930 it was forgotten and unused till discovered in May of 2002. No one knows for certain when the open air baptistry of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Fort Gaines, Georgia, was last used. In fact, it took more

  • The Hope For The Church

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Jan 28, 2013

    Were there only 3 periods of miracles?

    The Hope for the Church Judges 6.13 Truth vs. Experience Problem #1: There can be no valid Christian doctrine without experience Problem #2: The Scriptures themselves validate personal encounters with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. * Eph.2.1 * Phil. 3.10 Problem #3: Evangelical more

  • To Dunk Or Not To Dunk! Series

    Contributed by Brian Byers on Jul 29, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Reworked in July 2011 It’s interesting how the question of Baptism as related to salvation comes up.... and although the Bible speaks well of baptism in many places, usually when you hear some talk about baptism and salvation a disclaimer is given.

    To sermon central members…… I would like to a couple of my fellow ministers for their teaching and counsel. Although this message is in no way intended to speak for them, I would like to note that some of their thoughts have heavily influenced what I have said below.  Slide #1 more

  • Therefore Series

    Contributed by Dustin T Parker on Sep 2, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Protect people from being robbed of God’s grace - by teaching Christ crucified

    Therefore… Pentecost 9 7/29/2007 Col. 2:6-19 † In the Lord’s Name † May the grace and peace, of God our Father, and the Lord Jesus Christ, be yours, and may you treasure it always. It may surprise some of you, but it is recorded in the annals of history, indeed in his own words, that more

  • God's Presence Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Nov 1, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Solomon built his temple. The worship at the temple by the people of God almost immediately needed to be reformed. Amos and other prophets called the people back to God. The reformation continued with Martin Luther and continues in the church today,

    1 Kings 5:1-5; 8:1-13 “God’s Presence” INTRODUCTION “Reformed and Always Reforming” is a phrase that catches the spirit of our Reformation commemoration. We remember that five hundred years ago the Church had strayed away from the gospel of Jesus Christ. It had become deformed and, as a more

  • How Much More Will God Give His Holy Spirit Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Oct 7, 2017

    If there is evil in our lives, God has to permit it to happen, or it wouldn’t. But God never wills evil. He only wants our good.

    Thursday of 27th Week in Course 2017 Reformation/Revolution Who among us has not looked on some captain of industry or some venal politician and wondered why “evildoers not only prosper but when they put God to the test they escape.’” as the people did in Malachi’s day? Sometimes it does seem more