• Dave Mcfadden

    Contributing sermons since Jan 1, 2000
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First Baptist Church
Portales, New Mexico 88130
(505) 356-6761

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  • "Partnership Is God’s Plan”

    Contributed on Apr 9, 2024

    God calls His people and His churches to work in partnership to spread the gospel.

    Paul had planted the church at Philippi on his 2nd missionary journey (Acts 16:12). The church had ended up being strategic in reaching Macedonia with the gospel. They had sent Paul several financial gifts (Philippians 4:15–18). And when they heard that Paul was in a Roman prison, they sent more

  • "Doing What I Can”

    Contributed on Mar 21, 2024

    A message on how to live a life that honors God.

    On the last week of our Lord’s life on earth,  Jesus spent Wednesday in Bethany with friends. He was honored at a dinner that evening, at the home of Simon the Leper. Simon apparently had been a leper Jesus had healed. John says Mary, Martha, and Lazarus, who Jesus raised from the dead were more

  • The Significance Of Laying On Hands

    Contributed on Aug 28, 2023

    A sermon preached at a Deacon Ordination prior to laying hands on the one being ordained.

    The early church was experiencing phenomenal growth, marvelous miracles, pulsating power, and unlimited blessings. Then, right in the middle of this success story, dissension arose. The Greek speaking widows were being neglected in favor of the Hebrew speaking widows. The Apostles said that they more

  • "Understanding Revival”

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2023

    What does the Bible tells us about revival?

    Perhaps you’ve heard of the Asbury Revival in Wilmore, Kentucky. After chapel service on Wednesday February 8th, 2023, students didn’t want to leave. A spontaneous time of prayer, praise, confession of sin, exhortation and reading of Scripture has followed, twenty-four hours a day, that continued more

  • "What’s New?”

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2023

    A sermon on the newness the believer has through faith in Christ.

    We read here the declaration of God the Father concerning His intent for all who would come to Him through faith in His Son, Jesus. When one comes to God through faith in Christ, everything becomes new. “Anyone who belongs to Christ is a new person. The past is forgotten, and everything is new.” - more

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  • A Young Lady Once Went To Will Rogers For ...

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2008
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    A young lady once went to Will Rogers for counseling and said, “Mr. Rogers, what can I do about pride? Every time I look in the mirror, I think I’m beautiful.” Will more

  • A Fellow Once Made The Remark That If He Were ...

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2008

    A fellow once made the remark that if he were God, he could certainly do things much better than God seemed to. For example, he said, if I were God I would not have caused the fruit of such a tremendous tree as the oak to be an acorn. Such a mighty tree needs to bear a much larger fruit, like a more

  • Satan's Best Strategy

    Contributed on Oct 14, 2008

    Satan's Best Strategy Satan called in some of his lieutenants to help him develop a strategy for keeping God’s people living in defeat. One strategy after another was suggested. To keep God’s people living in defeat, it was decided that they could try to keep them from prayer, the Bible, and more

  • I Took A Piece Of Modeling ...

    Contributed on Jun 16, 2008

    I took a piece of modeling clay; And idly molded it one day; And as my fingers pressed it still, It moved and yielded to my will. I came again when days were past; The piece of clay was hard at last. The shape I gave it still it bore; And I could change it nevermore. I took apiece of living more

  • We Read In The Papers, We Hear On The ...

    Contributed on Jun 16, 2008

    We read in the papers, we hear on the air, Of killing and stealing, and crime everywhere. We sigh, and we say, as we notice the trend, "This young generation! Where will it all end?" But can we be sure that it’s their fault alone? That maybe most of it isn’t really our own ? Too much money to more