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  • Walking With God Series

    Contributed by Shaila Touchton on Sep 15, 2022
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    Walking with God is to enter into an intimate heart relationship with God through faith in His Son (Hebrews 10:22)

    Walking with God is not rejecting or walking away from God's truth We cannot truly walk with God unless we agree with Him To walk with God, we must disagree with the devil. Walking with God is not too busy to spend time with the God who created us Just as Enoch, Noah, Abraham, and Zacharias more

  • Topic: Study Of The Epistles Of John

    Contributed by Nnaemeka Durueke on Jun 9, 2016


    BIBLE STUDY TOPIC: STUDY OF THE EPISTLES OF JOHN Introduction The author of this book is called John, son of Zebedee, Mark 1vs 19-20. He also authored the gospel of John, the book of Revelation 1John1vs1, Rev 1:1 He was a fisher man and one of the inner circle of Jesus which included more

  • The Study Of Revelation Series

    Contributed by Dr. William D. Poovey on Jul 24, 2015

    The Study Of Revelation

    The Study Of Revelation 2 Timothy 3:16 (KJV) 16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: The last book of the Bible is Revelation. It is a book of prophecy. No other book of the Bible more

  • The Highway To Life

    Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Aug 5, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon was presented at a funeral service on how we overcome the world - the world of temporary setbacks and trouble.

    ¡§The Highway to Life¡¨ Scripture: 1 John 5:1-5 Text: For everyone born of God overcomes the world. This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith. (verse 4) Having been a trucker, I¡¦m sure Ray has travelled more highways than we can imagine. I would bet though that no more

  • Seventh Sunday In Ordinary Time, Year A: What Loving Your Enemies And Being ‘perfect’ Mean

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 8, 2023

    “Now raise your hands if you have only one or two enemies.” And even fewer people raised their hands. “See,” says the priest, “most of us feel like we have enemies.”

    A priest is giving a homily like I am right now on “What loving your enemies and being ‘perfect’ mean.” “Now,” says the priest, “I’ll bet that many of us feel as if we have enemies in our lives. So, raise your hands if you have a few enemies.” And several people raise their hands.” “Now raise more

  • Thirty-Second Sunday In Ordinary Time, Year B., 32nd Sunday--Widow Stewardship

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 5, 2021

    Like the widow in our Gospel today, she is our spiritual mentor standing there on the margins. Not afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.

    On the first day of a Bible study at a suburban parish, the participants introduced themselves and described what ministries they participated in at the church. The group was filled with active, engaged parishioners. There were lectors, singers, pro-life volunteers, and many more. But one more

  • Where There Is Life, There Is The Work Of Almighty God

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 15, 2022

    Paul tells us to keep the commandment without stain or reproach. The commandment is Love of God and of neighbor.

    Saturday of 24th week in Course Today St. Paul, in his letter to his friend and protégé, Timothy, shares with all Christian eras what can be called a little creed or catechism. We should pay close attention to the words, because here we have a summary of the whole Christian story, more

  • God's Unholy Angels

    Contributed by Steve Hereford on Jan 15, 2002
    based on 64 ratings

    What does the Bible teach about demons? Join Pastor Steve as he examines the fall of angels.

    In Revelation 12:4 it tells us that the dragon (i.e., the devil or Satan) "drew a third of the stars of heaven and threw them to the earth." The "stars of heaven" is a reference to angels. These angels, Jude says "did not keep their proper domain, but left their own habitation" (1:6). Here we are more

  • Seventeenth Sunday In Ordinary Time, B- 17th Sunday Year B-- Two Fish

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jul 23, 2021

    In Jewish apocalyptic circles, it was expected that fish would be the main dish at the Messianic banquet.

    Jonathan Turnbough of Garner, North Carolina, talks about the time when his mother was driving him and his sisters to school and she was pulled over by a policeman and ticketed for speeding. After their little visit with the officer, they took off again, and his mother was very careful to stay more

  • Mindfulness For Christians

    Contributed by George Warner on Mar 7, 2021
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    Happiness depends as much upon temperament as upon fortune

    PHILIPPIANS 4:8 says : Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report : If there be any virtue and if there be any praise think on these things. BUT what exactly is the human mind supposed to more

  • Hod God Keeps His Promises

    Contributed by Ray Searan on Feb 21, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    So the question then is, how does God keep his promises? How does God work? How do we work? To put it in the jargon of the theologian, how does the transcendent mystery of God break into human affairs? In addition, as I have thought about that question, i

    Text: Isaiah 40:31 (NASB) Introduction: Several years ago, there was a pastor who told a story of his father who passed away at 88 years of age. During the father’s last adult years, the father lived with the son and his family in Texas. Before that, the father lived in New York City. The more

  • Ezra Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 9, 2022

    Jewish tradition has long attributed authorship of this historical book to the scribe and scholar Ezra, who led the second group of Jews returning from Babylon to Jerusalem (Ezra 7:11–26).

    Ezra Ezra was a Jewish scribe and priest. In the Book of Ezra, he is called "Ezra the Scribe" (sofer) and "Ezra the Priest" (kohen) and was a Jewish lawyer and teacher who was very wealthy. Ezra was an individual with his own ideas on many issues; he strongly disagreed with more

  • The Phases Into Servant Leadership Series

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Sep 5, 2018

    More on Servant leadership from the examples of James and John

    29B Throughout history, Christian writers like St. John Chrysostom, the archbishop of Constantinople, have noted the transformation of James and John in their growth into servant leaders; Servant Leadership involves phases: 1). Atheist or Agnostic— Servant leadership is simply another ploy by more

  • "you're Supposed To Pay But You Don't Have To"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Sep 14, 2019

    Paul tells us that grace is available to all you are suppose to pay but you don't have to.

    1 Timothy 1:12-17. “You’re supposed to pay but you don’t have to” 1. Paul begins by saying “12 I am grateful to Christ Jesus our Lord,” Why is Paul grateful? • He admitted to Timothy that he was “a blasphemer, a persecutor and a man of violence” • Paul was a blasphemer — He was against Christ. In more

  • Acts 11 Series

    Contributed by Russell Rhodes on Sep 1, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    This is study of Acts Chapter 11 it is the 14th studay in the series on Acts

    Study of Acts Acts # 14 Chapter Eleven In Chapter eleven we see some oppositon to the gospel being preached to the Gentiles. Peter was being accused of fellowshipping with them. We can relate to this by seeing the reaction of some to salvation of others. Some time we can not get past the past more