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  • A Christians Checkbook- An Offering Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Dec 2, 2023
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    This is the 178th sermon in the series Action". This is the 15th sermon from Ephesians.

    Series: Action [#178] A CHRISTIAN’S CHECKBOOK- AN OFFERING Ephesians 5:1-7 Introduction: As I was reading through today’s text, I struggled with a Sermon Title and direction of this Sermon. Thursday night, I was reading the text again and it hit me- Jesus was a fragrant offering to God; and I more

  • The Miraculous Moment

    Contributed by Christopher Arch on Dec 2, 2023

    A Christmas sermon from the book of Galatians.

    Title: The Miracle of the Moment Scripture: Galatians 4:4ff Type: Advent Where: GNBC 12-5-23 Intro: Today is the 1st Sunday of Advent, 2023. There are now only 22 days until Christmas! That’s only 528 hrs! Or, it is 31,600 minutes! And you have to buy X# of presents for # of people, so quit more

  • Jochebed, A Woman Who Tried, She Trusted , And She Triumphed

    Contributed by Mitchell Leonard on Dec 2, 2023

    The story of the birth of Moses and what his mother did to save him.

    Exodus 2:1-10 12/3/23 a.m. Last Sunday afternoon Rachel and I were talking about a mother that we know and some of you all do also. I'm not gonna tell you who it is, I don't want to embarrass he. And don’t worry, it was all good. Anyway, as the conversation went more

  • I Will Not Be Wasted

    Contributed by Dr. Abraham Obadare on Dec 2, 2023

    At times, some devoted people are cut off before their time, but if God's children can pray and be discerning, untimely deaths could be avoided.

    From the Genesis 4 story, we see that: • Waste could come from jealousy and anger (Gen. 4:5). • Jealousy could develop into enmity. • Enmity could arise from within, as Cain and Abel were brothers. • Enmity could arise from without, as Peter and King Herod were not related - Acts 12:1-19 o Pray more

  • You Have A Testimony!

    Contributed by John Gaston on Dec 2, 2023
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    Each of us needs to KNOW that we have a testimony, that it's one of our greatest weapons against Hell. We need to know how to share it, and know how it will affect others.

    YOU HAVE A TESTIMONY! 1 John 1:1 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: BIG BANGS 1. A woman was getting her hair cut the other day...and the beautician mentioned she had a degree in “Cosmology.” 2. So the woman asked her whether she thought the cosmic background radiation was the best evidence for the big more

  • Jesus The Light Of Life, The Light Of The World

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Dec 2, 2023

    Jesus said - I am the light of the world - the implications and the meaning of this saying is profound. As we approach Christmas, the birth of Jesus the light of the world, the season of Advent prepares us for this wonderful gift from God - His Son.

    Jesus the light of life, the Light of the world This service of Darkness into Light is just fantastic - full of symbolism and meaning and especially applicable on this 1st Sunday of Advent as we approach Christmas when we celebrate the birth of the light of the world. The service begins in more

  • Divine Revelation And Inspiration

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Dec 2, 2023
    based on 2 ratings

    To establish that the “word of God” was given to the apostles through divine revelations and recorded by them through divine inspiration. We’ll explore if the truth of God has been preserved during its translation from Greek into our English language.

    INTRODUCTION Outline: 1. The Process of Divine Revelation 2. The Process of Divine Inspiration 3. The Process of Human Translation Introductory Remarks. 1. Our lesson today discusses the process of: “Divine Revelation and Inspiration.” In truth, we can only say these two processes, revelation, and more

  • The Opportunities We Miss Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 2, 2023

    Why did King Herod - and all of Jerusalem - miss the opportunity to go find Jesus in Jerusalem? And how can we avoid "missing" our opportunity find Jesus as well?

    We opened by singing the first verse and chorus of “We three kings of Orient are” “We three kings of Orient are, bearing gifts we traverse afar. Field and fountain, moor and mountain, following yonder star. CHORUS: O, star of wonder, star of night, star with royal beauty bright. Westward leading, more

  • We Are Not Ignorant Of Satan’s Devices Or Schemes – Part 6 Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Dec 2, 2023

    Satan’s schemes are prolific and we touch on only a few of them. This time I will do the selected men Satan used to murder hundreds of millions; and we look at the damage from Higher Criticism and liberalism in the churches. Prosperity teaches are looked at. We are conscious of Satan’s schemes.

    WE ARE NOT IGNORANT OF SATAN’S DEVICES OR SCHEMES – PART 6 [20]. SELECTED AND PREPARED MEN OF MASS DESTRUCTION – SATAN’S PRIME OBJECTIVE One of the wicked schemes Satan has is the selection and nurturing of certain individuals he is going to use for great harm and destruction upon the human more

  • Fourth Sunday Of Advent, Year A- Revised

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 2, 2023

    “Overwhelmed by the Creator”

    A man shared: A friend asked me to dress as Santa to surprise her son. I went over to their house, changed into a Santa suit in the bathroom, and to the delight of the little boy, came out with a loud, “Ho, ho, ho!” After half an hour, I returned to the bathroom, changed back into my regular more

  • The Epiphany Of The Lord

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 2, 2023

    We have to expect to have epiphanies.

    I saw a comic strip that said, “The Three Wise Accountants” and one of them said to Mary and Joseph just before Jesus was to be born in the manger, “If you can hold off a week, you can deduct the child on your Year One Taxes.” We hear Isaiah 60:1 in our First Reading; “Your light has come,” more

  • Clean Us Up

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Dec 2, 2023

    Take our trash God as we await the return of Christ.

    Clean us Up Isaiah 64:1-9 1. Isaiah 64:1-9 . This is first Sunday of Advent This is traditionally when we think of the coming of Jesus • The coming of Jesus in a manger in Bethlehem • The coming of Jesus at the end time to judge the world • The coming of Jesus to take His people away to an more

  • Taking Christ Out Of Christmas

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Dec 2, 2023

    If Christmas has become a "cultural" holiday, This message looks at what happens when we try and take out all of the religious elements.

    Have you noticed that every year, people seem more intent on secularizing Christmas? They wish you a “Happy Holiday” or “Seasons Greetings” and then have presentations at school that make no mention of the Manger or the Wise Men, let alone the Christ Child. Now, I may be a little overly sensitive, more

  • Approaching The Birth Of Jesus: The Shepherds

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Dec 2, 2023

    We respond to the coming of Jesus in the same manner as the shepherds.

    A few years ago, there was a significant effort in the media and among some government leaders to erase any mention of “Christmas” from this season of the year and replace it with “Season’s Greetings” or “Happy Holidays.” Of course, many did not go along with that and still firmly proclaim that more

  • Motives Are Weighed By The Lord Series

    Contributed by Rudolf E. Y. Mensah on Dec 2, 2023

    Cultivate a good motive anytime you pray. God's answer is primarily dependent on the motive behind what you are asking Him.

    OASIS WORD DEVOTIONAL Verse Of The Day: We can make our own plans, but the Lord gives the right answer. Proverbs 16:1 (NLT) Columnist: Rudolf E. Y. Mensah, ©Oasis WordBank Motives Are Weighed By The Lord Cultivate a good motive anytime you pray. God's answer is primarily dependent on more