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  • Lost

    Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Apr 26, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,218 views

    Even when our efforts are not always aligned with his intentions and we make mistakes and sometimes make a mess of things, he knows the heart

    LOST 2 Kings 22:1-20; key verse: 13 INTRO Pastor Wayne Cordeiro, Leading on Empty writes of his daughter, adopted when only three days old. The apple of his eye, Abby, compromised her faith and morality, making choices that expelled her from College and for two years was searching for her ...read more

  • 8 Ways To Follow Jesus -But Only One Is The Right Way

    Contributed by Peter Pilt on Apr 29, 2019
     | 7,671 views

    Various people followed Jesus when He walked the Earth. I have found 8 different ways that people followed Him. But only one way leads to life.

    In Mark 1:16-20 – Jesus calls to some men to come and follow him. Here is he story 16 And as He walked by the Sea of Galilee, He saw Simon and Andrew his brother casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen. 17 Then Jesus said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you become fishers of men.” ...read more

  • Finding The Lost Book

    Contributed by John Lowe on Aug 31, 2012
     | 13,087 views

    Josiah was one of the good kings of Judah and during his rein a great discovery was made. Hilkiah, who was the high priest during the time when the temple was being rebuilt, announced to Shaphan the scribe, “I have found the book of the law in the house

    Title: Finding the Lost Book Text: Then Hilkiah the high priest said to Shaphan the scribe, “I have found the Book of the Law in the house of the Lord.” (2 Kings 22:8) Scripture Reading: 2 Kings 22 (NCV) ...read more

  • "Lessons From A Kid King"

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Feb 15, 2012
     | 11,530 views

    six things we learn from 2 Kings 22, Josiah the Kid who was king.

    “Lessons from the Kid King” February 19, 2012 2 Kings 22 In my devotion last week, my Old Testament reading happened to be in the book of 2 Kings. Wednesday I read chapter twenty two. I saw so many spiritual lessons in there that I thought we ought to take note of and I felt ...read more

  • Dads Who Are Intentional Series

    Contributed by Dave Stone on Jun 19, 2013
    based on 5 ratings
     | 11,518 views

    Here are three different habits that you as a dad can do and bestow upon your children.

    Twenty-six hundred years ago in the year 640 BC, there was a new king over all of Israel. He was eight years old. His name was Josiah. This is a young man who had to grow into his role over time. But God put him there for a reason. His family tree had not been filled with spiritual models for ...read more

  • It's Time For A Change

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jan 7, 2006
    based on 18 ratings
     | 8,855 views

    This sermon deals with recognizing that even when things are going well, it may be time for a change.

    It’s Time For A Change 1/08/05 2 Kings, 22:1-20 1 Corinthians 11:27-32 Back in 1980, there was a guy, whom I will call Mountain Jack, who had been living on Mt. St. Helens for almost all his life. Mountain Jack was true mountain man in every since of the word. Then one day a ...read more

  • Standing For God

    Contributed by Russell Rhodes on Sep 12, 2005
    based on 47 ratings
     | 5,321 views

    This is a short outline on how to stand for God as Josiah did.

    People need to stand for God. The country song says it right if you do not stand for something you will fall for anything. Josiah stood for God. There are three elements you have to have to stand for God. I. We need to have Direction. We need to do what is right in the sight of God. Abe Lincoln ...read more

  • Narnia: Lucy Looks Into A Wardrobe - The Bible Series

    Contributed by Paul Anglemyer on Dec 14, 2005
    based on 13 ratings
     | 5,082 views

    Children’s sermon To teach that the Bible is an amazing book that we need to read and know! Chapter 1 of The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

    Theme: Today the children will learn that the Bible is an amazing book that we need to read and know! Action Point: Today’s action point is, "I will read the Bible". Encourage the children to read the Bible. Start up a Bible reading contest or assign scriptures to be read every week in ...read more

  • The Life-Transforming Word Of God

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Aug 21, 2011
    based on 11 ratings
     | 13,122 views

    The Word of God is powerful and can transform your life today.

    THE LIFE-TRANSFORMING WORD OF GOD INTRO TO TOPIC: I love the Bible. • When I discovered that God had written a book, I had an unquenchable hunger to read it. • It helped me to grow spiritually, developed my faith, increased my knowledge of God. • I want to stir up your heart to get into ...read more

  • Edging God Out Through Victim Mentality Series

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Nov 19, 2019
     | 3,353 views

    Christians are Called to be Victors, but many of us are victims to the Victim Mentality and thereby Edge God out of our lives.

    Edging God Out through Victim Mentality I have spoken here about Edging God Out. We have examined several ways in which we Edge God Out. Pride, Fear, Busyness, Unforgiveness, A sense of Entitlement ae some of the ways in which we Edge God out of our lives. Today we are going to examine another ...read more

  • Temptations, Trials & Tests: God Guides Us Through All.

    Contributed by Doug Koehler on Feb 27, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,692 views

    We give credit to God for much but, we should never give credit to God for Tempting us. Rather the credit should go to God for helping us through our temptations, tests and trials.

    Temptations, Trials and Tests: Text: Genesis 22:1-18 Text: Mark 1:9-15 JOKE: I am going to lay claim to this joke because I have never heard anyone else tell it. So blame me first if you shake your head after hearing it. Here it goes: Did you know that cars existed in the days of Jesus? It is ...read more

  • Josiah Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Apr 22, 2022
     | 405 views

    When he became king, Josiah was eight years old, and he reigned for 37 years. Josiah was the last king before the exile. He destroyed all pagan idols and altars and insisted his people worship the one God.

    Josiah When he became king, Josiah was eight years old, and he reigned for 37 years. Josiah was the last king before the exile. He destroyed all pagan idols and altars and insisted his people worship the one God. Josiah was the 16th king of Judah. According to the Hebrew Bible, he instituted major ...read more

  • Dust On The Bible

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Feb 18, 2003
    based on 156 ratings
     | 10,927 views

    A message about the importance of the Bible in our daily lives.

    DUST ON THE BIBLE 2 Kings 22:1-13 INTRO: An old gospel song has a stanza that says, “Dust on the Bible, dust on the Holy Word, the words of all the prophets and the sayings of our Lord.” "I would like a job as tutor, teacher and advisor to your family. I will never take a vacation. I will ...read more

  • King Josiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, & The Fall Of Judah

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Jun 21, 2021
     | 500 views

    “Surrender to Babylon! Save yourselves!” Cried out the young prophet Jeremiah in the streets of Jerusalem, the holy city of God.

    “Surrender to Babylon! Save yourselves!” Cried out the young prophet Jeremiah in the streets of Jerusalem, the holy city of God. The walls around the whole city were completely surrounded by hundreds of thousands of soldiers from Babylon, firing boulders and arrows by the hundreds into the city ...read more

  • Find The Book

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Aug 22, 2016
    based on 6 ratings
     | 21,697 views

    I invite your attention to the examination of a boy named Josiah, whose times thrust him into a role he did not choose. The narrative of Josiah is remarkable on a number of levels.