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The Seven Words From The Cross
Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Mar 15, 2004
The Seven Words of Jesus from the Cross are a wonderful commentary in his own words of Forgiveness, Salvation, Love, Atonement, Suffering, Victory and Security.
The Power Of Endurance
Contributed by Dennis Lee on Jun 26, 2021
In today's sermon, we’ll be looking at the quality of endurance, which will help us gain greater power so that we can be more efficient for God’s greater purpose. Endurance is one of the qualities that God wants us to grow in, so that we can fulfill His purpose.
5 Reasons Jesus Chose Fishermen
Contributed by Chris Miller on Feb 5, 2019
There are a few reasons 7 of the 12 first disciples were fishermen. They were not chosen by accident. They possess skills every Christian should strive to possess.
Palm Tree Christians
Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Feb 28, 2018
This is a fun topical sermon to be used on Palm Sunday. It's a way to have something different to say on Palm Sunday. It takes the characteristics of a Date Palm Tree and applies them to living out the Life of a Christ Follower.
Sanctified Silence Series
Contributed by GLENN PEASE on Apr 4, 2021
Silence has the advantage of being a two way street. By silence we speak to God, and also allow Him to speak to us. Silence is both saying something, and listening to something being said.
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