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Jimmy Haile avatar
2- God’s Guidance
Shared by: Jimmy Haile on Sep, 2015
Summary: So on this journey that you and I are on, we need to ask and seek from Him what direction we need to go! He has the answers that we are seeking and the direction that we are needing!! please enter a brief summary that helps other preachers know the focus of your sermon
Scripture: Genesis 24:1-63
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 289
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"Little" Israel vs "Monster" Global Terrorism???
Shared by: suresh manoharan on Nov, 2015
Summary: Rather than focusing on "Little" Israel's effective, pro-active methods in neutralizing the terror threat in it's land, this message dwells on the theme of it being a "source" (John 4:22) of a greater victory over a far more dangerous problem...SIN!!!
Scripture: Deuteronomy 7:7-8
Denomination: *other
Views: 308
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Immanuel the Sign
Shared by: D Marion Clark on Sep, 2016
Summary: Matthew, despite the protests of his critics, is right in declaring that this verse was fulfilled by the birth of Jesus.
Series: Isaiah
Scripture: Isaiah 7:13-25
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 76
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The Fallen Dragon
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Oct, 2016
Summary: Understanding Revelation 12 all depends on what criteria you use to establish when it will (or has) taken place. But once you know WHEN this prophecy is taking place, you can learn a powerful message about God's faithfulness.
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The Sign of Immanuel
Shared by: Freddy Fritz on Dec, 2016
Summary: The analysis of the concept of trust as set forth in Isaiah 7:1-17 shows us that we should always trust God and not ourselves.
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Scripture: Isaiah 7:1-17
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 81