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  • Sanctifying The Secular On Halloween Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Nov 3, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    While some teach us to avoid the Halloween season, Paul’s visit to Mars Hill may have left us a clue as to sanctifying the secular for God.

    Sanctifying the Secular Acts 17:15-34 (ESV) My emails filled up this week from my pastor’s newsletters about Halloween. I get the same emails about the Christmas tree and the Easter bunny. About half of them warned pastors about allowing their churches to do anything around the Halloween more

  • Christ Is Our Life

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Jan 20, 2013

    I. EXORDIUM: Who's your life? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To show that our life is only CHRIST and no one else. IV. TEXT: Acts 17:28 (New Living Translation, Second Edition) For in Him we live and move and exis

    I. EXORDIUM: Who's your life? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To show that our life is only CHRIST and no one else. IV. TEXT: Acts 17:28 (New Living Translation, Second Edition) For in Him we live and move and exist. As some of your own poets have said, more

  • Hello This Is Your Creator Speaking! Can You Hear Me Now? Series

    Contributed by Victor Ramlall on Jul 14, 2013

    God surrounds us and speaks to us but it is required that we are in position with the proper equipment to listen and heed Him.

    Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm of the LORD revealed? For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: he hath no form nor comeliness; and when we shall see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him. He is despised and rejected of more

  • Dealing With Unbelievers Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Jan 22, 2016

    Just because someone doesn't believe in the Bible doesn't mean we can't witness to them.

    Dealing With Unbelievers Text: Acts 17:16-34 Introduction 1. A recent study by the George Barna Group showed how Americans feel about the Bible. While many Americans still believe in the authority of the Bible, the survey showed "the biggest jump of any group are those American adults who more

  • The Message And The Response Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Jun 1, 2015

    Acts 17 reveals some of the places to which Paul traveled during his second missionary journey. It focuses on Paul's preaching on Mars Hill.

    The Message and the Response (Road trip with Paul) Acts 17 INTRODUCTION: Today we’re looking at Acts 17 which puts us in the middle of Paul’s 2nd of 3 missionary Road Trips that are described in the book of Acts. The book of Acts covers the first 30 years since the Church was more

  • Boundaries

    Contributed by Steve Sheek on Mar 17, 2018

    As Israel conquered Canaan, God set up physical boundaries for the tribes. At Sinai He gave them moral boundaries. The Word of God still defines boundaries. We are commanded not to move the boundary markers.

    20180317 Parsha 124 Boundaries Today’s Torah portion is one of those passages that we tend to skip over or speed read through as we put our brain on pause. There are names we can’t pronounce and places we can’t locate on Google earth. And what difference does it make anyway. It certainly more

  • What's God Really Like? Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on May 23, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    God wants us to help other people know: 1. That He is glorious (vs. 23-25). 2. That He is mysterious (vs. 26-27). 3. That He is generous (vs. 25-31). 4. That He is righteous (vs. 30-31).

    What's God Really Like? The Book of Acts - Part 59 Acts 17:22-31 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - September 21, 2014 BACKGROUND: *In this chapter, Paul was on his second missionary journey, and was now in Athens alone. He was sent there mainly to keep him safe from a more

  • Cpr For A Healthy Walk Part 11 Series

    Contributed by David Welch on Jun 5, 2018

    This is message 11 exploring the basics of the Christian life. This message continues discussion of element three resolutely restoring righteousness and resisting evil. Specifically Refuse conformity with the world.

    “This World Is Not My Home” I. Continually cultivate a dynamic relationship with God. II. Persistently Pursue, develop and maintain meaningful community with the body of Christ. III. Resolutely restore righteousness and Resist the world the flesh and the devil A. Renew and purify Your more

  • Seeking A Better Portrait

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on May 28, 2018
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    While much of your portrait might already be painted there is still time to embrace God’s will and allow Him to be the guide in painting His portrait for you!

    Seeking a Better Portrait Acts 17:24-28 Online Sermon: We have been created in the image of God and given specific spiritual gifts to become and serve as the person God has designed us to be! While we know this to be true, many Christians either do more

  • When God Is Satisfied With Us

    Contributed by David Holman on Jan 24, 2016

    Total Dependence on God

    When God is Satisfied with Us Acts 17:24-27 When is God most satisfied with us? Is He most satisfied with me I’m reading my Bible; is He is most satisfied with me when I’m doing good deeds; is He is most satisfied with me when I pray; is He is most satisfied with me when I’m working in the more

  • The Work In Athens Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 2, 2017

    Paul works among Gentiles for eighteen months in Corinth and for nearly three years in Ephesus, but no example of his preaching is given. The reason is that it has already been given—in Athens, in the very center of Gentile culture and intellect.

    March 21, 2015 By: Tom Lowe Lesson: The Work in Athens (17:15-34) Acts 17:15-34 (KJV) 15 And they that conducted more

  • Why Can't I See God? Lesson 2 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 24, 2017

    People can’t see God because they are not looking for Him

    A. WHY PEOPLE WANT TO SEE GOD People can’t see God because they are not looking for Him. The same reason why a crook doesn’t look for a policeman. 1. Information, they would not recognize God if they saw Him. 2. Curiosity, desire for knowledge they don’t have. 3. Personal fulfillment, more

  • "The Un-Known God"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on May 13, 2017

    The God at Marrs Hill is unknown to the community an there are some thing we dont know about God.

    “The UN-Known God” Acts 17:22-31 1. Today Paul is in Athens those intellectuals would gather at the city forum called Areopagus 2. They Gathered ,they worshipped, 3. Paul desired that the folks of Athenian to know more about this more

  • Revealing The Unknown God Acts 17:16-34 We’ve Watched Paul And His Partners Series

    Contributed by James Lee on Dec 4, 2015

    I would like to thank Pastor Jerry Shirley and Pastor Tom Owen for sharing this series on Acts. It has been a blessing as well as a great help. I have used these for our church, as I spend my days caring for my dying father.

    Revealing the Unknown God Acts 17:16-34 We’ve watched Paul and his partners, as they left Jerusalem to begin the journey to the utter most parts of the world and everywhere they went people got saved and in each city a church was established, even though Paul and his team met resistance in more

  • Preaching To A Postmodern Culture

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Oct 17, 2017
    based on 4 ratings

    In today’s sermon we are going to examine the manner in which Paul implored the Athenians to seek the Creator, sustainer and ordainer of all life in hope that we might learn how to evangelize this postmodern culture!

    Preaching to a Postmodern Culture Acts 17:16-34 Online Sermon: How do we fulfill the command to “go and make disciples” of all nations when most believe that truth is infinitely complex, relational and contextually dependent on socially constructed more