Sermon Series
  • 1. Forgive One Another

    Contributed on May 25, 2016
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    This may be the hardest of all the one another commands. However, forgiveness is not only possible it is necessary for us to be the church Christ has called us to be. This sermon examines the practical steps we can take to make forgiveness a reality.

    Forgive One Another Colossians 3:13 We read in Luke 23, “When they came to the place called the Skull, there they crucified him, along with the criminals- one on his right, the other on his left. Jesus said, ‘Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are more

  • 2. Love One Another

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2016
    based on 6 ratings

    Nine times in the NT we are called to love one another. It is echoed by 3 authors in 4 books. It is the one principle on which all the other one anothers depend.It is also the only one another that comes directly from the lips of Jesus.

    Service Opening: What is it in Jesus that so draws people, that wins their allegiance away from every other master, makes them ready to leave all for his sake, and to follow him through peril and sacrifice even to death? Is it his wonderful teaching? Those who heard him declared, “no man more

  • 3. Encourage One Another

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2016
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    Imagine a church where everyone is your greatest cheerleader. They believe you can do it. They help you do it. They help when you stumble, and they're thrilled when you succeed. Barnabas in Acts is the perfect example of how to encourage one another.

    The devil, according to an old story, once advertised his tools for sale. On the date of the sale, the tools were placed for public inspection; each marked with a price. It was a treacherous lot of implements…hatred, envy, jealousy, deceit, lying, pride, and so on. Laid apart from the more

  • 4. Live In Harmony With One Another

    Contributed on Mar 7, 2016
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    Beautiful harmony is not easy in music. Only the right combinations of notes are pleasing to the ear. The wrong combination is discordant noise. Beautiful harmony is not easy in the church either, and yet we are called to live in harmony with one another.

    Live in Harmony with One Another Romans 12:16 “Live in harmony with one another.” There are certain sounds in music, sounds necessary to make all but the most basic music, these sounds cannot be made by playing any single note. They can only be made when multiple notes or chords more

  • 5. The Way Up Is Down: Serve One Another

    Contributed on Mar 7, 2016

    However, for many people, serving doesn't conjure up a positive image. Instead, they think of endless menial chores, cleaning up other people's messes, and catering to their vain whims. Yet the New Testament calls us to become servants of one another.

    What do you think of when you hear the word serve? No, I don't mean the opening hit of the racket in a tennis match. I'm not even talking about your waiter or waitress at Shiela’s. I mean what does a servant look like? What picture comes to mind? It's possible that you have a positive more

  • 6. Teach And Admonish One Another

    Contributed on May 25, 2016
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    A look at the biblical call to teach one another. Teaching isn't only for preachers and Sunday School teachers.

    Teach and Admonish One Another Colossians 3:15-16 Several weeks into the school year, a mom asked her first grade son, Jacob, what he thought of school now that he was a seasoned pro. “Oh, I love school,” he said, “It's great!” Then, after a brief pause, he added, more

  • 7. Greet One Another

    Contributed on May 25, 2016
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    Surprisingly, greet one another with a holy kiss is the second most repeated one another command. This culturally out of place command is far more relevant to our culture than we might first realize. We need to focus on the "greet" and not the "kiss."

    Greet One Another With a Holy Kiss Romans 16:16 I want to start this morning with a little quiz. Now I've already told you that the command to love one another is the most frequently repeated one another principle. It appears no less than nine times in the New Testament. Here's your one more