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  • Really - A King?

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Nov 30, 2011
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    We are culturally conditioned to believe in our own autonomy: my rights, my choices, me as the boss of myself, me in control of what I want to do, so is Jesus really our King?

    Really – A King? various Scriptures November 20, 2011 Intro: In the church year, today is the last Sunday. Christian new year starts next week, with the first week of Advent, and the annual rhythm of worship begins anew. About a hundred years ago, in response to a growing individualism more

  • Will A Good God Really Send Bad People To Hell? Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Nov 25, 2011

    One need do nothing in order to go to hell. Failure to receive the grace of God in Christ Jesus the Lord positions the individual against God and against righteousness.

    “When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on his glorious throne. Before him will be gathered all the nations, and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. And he will place the sheep on his more

  • The Throne Of His Glory

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Apr 14, 2011

    When He is seated on the “Throne of His glory” the 7 year tribulation is over, Armageddon is over, and now He is going to judge the individuals from all nations that made it through the horrible Tribulation as to how they treated His Jewish brethren, th

    Matt. 25:31-46. THE THRONE OF HIS GLORY 4-16-11 Today I want to talk for a few minutes to do with what is involved with “THE THRONE OF HIS GLORY” that we’ll read about in our text. In order for us to understand this “Throne of more

  • Matthew 25:31-46 #5 ~ Prophcey ~people Born In The Kingdom~

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Aug 3, 2011
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    Have you ever thought about who the people will be and where do they come from that populates the earth during the 1000 year reign of King Jesus? Some of you have I'm sure but there's others that have never considered it one way or another, so today

    Matthew 25:31-46 #5 ~ PROPHCEY ~PEOPLE BORN IN THE KINGDOM~ 7-16-11 Today Lord willing we'll continue our thought to do with prophecy, let me remind us that both Matthew 24:& 25: are prophetic chapters. Have you ever thought about who the people will be and where do they more

  • Sheep Or Goat

    Contributed by Greg Carr on Aug 9, 2011
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    Sheep are gentle, quiet and easily led. Goats are pushy, self-sufficient, and headstrong. Which are you?

    There was once a town drunk who gave his heart to Jesus Christ. He immediately stopped drinking and began to look for a church and had purposed in his heart that he would attend the first church he found. Determined to turn his life around he found a church and went in. He was met at the door by more

  • Made To Make A Difference (Acts Conclusion) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Mar 13, 2012
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    This expository sermon series was inspired by Max Lucado's book Outlive Your Life. All the outlines are original, but much credit goes to Max for the content. This a brief conclusion to the series, which was followed by a report given by our mission team

    Made to Make a Difference: Conclusion Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 7/31/2011 This series is inspired by and portions adapted from Max Lucado’s Out Live Your Life. In case you’ve forgotten what our little starfish friend here (on the PowerPoint slides) is all more

  • The Final Separation

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Jun 15, 2011

    At the end, whether we like it or not, there will be a division of the world into two groups. It is great to be in one, and it stinks to be in the other. What is the dividing point?

    Passage: Matthew 25:31-46 Intro: One of my favorite days in school was the day before a major test. 1. I loved it when the teacher spent the day reviewing what the test would be over. 2, people took notes that day! We listened. 3. for the last several weeks, we have been listening to Jesus more

  • The Parable Of The Sheep & The Goats Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jul 31, 2011
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    "The Parable of the Sheep and the Goats" is not mentioned in any of the other gospels, no doubt because the other Gospels do not focus on Christ’s kingship, as does Matthew. For that same reason Matthew places much greater emphasis on all aspects of the L

    The American economy faced an economic decision like it never has before this week. After decades of overspending, a judgment of budgetary failure came upon the American people. Unable to deal with their ever increasing debt load they faced the challenge of resolving their debt. All actions have more

  • The Least Of These Series

    Contributed by J.d. Tutell on Mar 4, 2012

    A sermon on charity and missions designed to allow time to introduce a missionary to give a short presentation.

    An umpire named Babe Pinelli once called Babe Ruth out on strikes. When the crowd booed with sharp disapproval at the call, the legendary Ruth turned to the umpire with disdain and said, "There’s 40,000 people here who know that the last pitch was ball, tomato head." Suspecting that the more

  • Righeousness Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Nov 21, 2011

    Judgment is based not on how religiuos we are, but rather on how loving we are.

    Matthew 25:31-46 “Righteousness” INTRODUCTION For my recreational reading, I often like to pick up a good murder mystery. I enjoy getting involved in the twists and tangles of the plot—all the time trying to deduce who was the murderer. When I get to the last pages, more

  • What Else Can I Do?

    Contributed by James Kevin Bachmann on Nov 16, 2011

    Christians can discover what more they can do for Christ by asking themselves "What else, What more, When else, and Why else?"so as to be numbered among the sheep rather than the goats.

    What More Can I Do? The Parable of the Talents dealt with the obligation of people who have received special gifts to increase them, add “interest" by applying and developing them. Today in the Judgment of the Nations referring to ordinary Christians rather than just the leadership, there more

  • What Is The True Meaning Of Christmas?

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 17, 2011

    You cannot sensibly divorce "Christ the King" from Christmas - for why else would we remember the birth of a child born in an obscure part of the world 200 years ago unless he was different

    WSG 20-11-2011 With Christmas just around the corner and this being the last Family Service before the New Year, I wanted to ask the question Why is Christmas so special? What is there about Jesus Christ that marks him out as being different from all the other babies born in Israel 2000 years more

  • Christmas Is About The Kingdom Of God

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 17, 2011

    Christmas is about Jesus - but why is he different to all those who have gone before him. One of those difference lies in the nature of those in His Kingdom

    TSJ Sermon With Christmas just around the corner I wanted to ask the question on Christ the King Sunday Why is Christmas so special? What is there about Jesus Christ that marks him out as being different from all the other babies born in Israel 2000 years ago? I’d like to read you a little more

  • Separating Sheep From Goats Premium Sermon

    Contributed by PRO Premium on Nov 30, 2023
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    This sermon explores the Parable of the Sheep and Goats in Matthew's gospel, suggesting that it represents not the "End Times" but the inauguration of the Kingdom of God through Jesus' death, resurrection, and ascension.

    Much has been written on the phrase “Son of Man,” since it is Jesus’s primary self-designation in the Synoptic Gospels — 30 times in Matthew, 14 in Mark, 25 in Luke. But it is even prominent in John — where Jesus uses other self-designations, most notably the “I am” sayings — appearing 13 times in more

  • The Incognito Christ

    Contributed by Darrell Coats on Apr 18, 2011
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    Christ comes to us today in the guise of the poor.

    The Incognito Christ Matthew 25:31- 46 Introduction: The point of our scripture reading for today reminds me of an ancient legend about one of the early saints. St. Lawrence was one of seven more