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  • How I Love Your Law

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Jul 14, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Loving the Law of God

    How I Love Your Law Psalm 119:97-104 John Shearhart July 14, 2010 Introduction Tonight I’m preaching a message called How I Love Your Law. The title comes from a Psalm of David in Psalm 119:97. The Law of God is often misunderstood. I think most often people either think it’s more

  • Be A Candle For The Lord...

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Nov 19, 2021

    God said let there be light and there was light. God said the light is good... a candle gives itself for the light. The darker the night the greater the light.

    BE A CANDLE FOR THE LORD… By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. more

  • Never Be Embarrassed To Call On The Lord Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 13, 2021

    Can we witness to Jesus Christ as loudly as the blind man on the road from Jericho?

    Monday of 33rd week in Course The miracle stories in the Gospel have a number of common elements. When Jesus came into the world, it was God breaking into a world of weakness, rebellion and sin. So it shouldn’t surprise us if there is conflict when Jesus breaks into the kingdom of sin. Look more

  • Have You Nailed It This Christmas And New Year

    Contributed by Brendon Wasdell on Nov 27, 2021

    Have you nailed it this Christmas and New Year? To nail it means to get something perfect. Christmas is the embodiment of this perfect love that made possible Christ’s death on the cross and His resurrection, else we would still be in our sins. All feel it even the Grumps

    Have you Nailed it this Christmas and New Year? Have you nailed it this Christmas and New Year? We cannot nail a crocked nail into wood. A crooked nail is of no use. To nail it means to get something perfect. My elder daughter was born on Christmas day, a perfect Christmas gift for me and my more

  • 1st John Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Feb 21, 2022

    the word TEST

    February 19, 2022 None of the 3 letters assigned to John bear his name, but early church records and a thematic connection to the Gospel of John suggests that the author is John “the beloved”. All 3 letters were likely written between 80-90 AD. By that time the church had been around for more

  • Year B, Proper 26 (Complete). Series

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Oct 25, 2021
    based on 2 ratings

    23rd Sunday after Pentecost. October 31st, 2021.

    Ruth 1:1-18, Psalm 146, Deuteronomy 6:1-9, Psalm 119:1-8, Hebrews 9:11-14, Mark 12:28-34. A). YOUR GOD SHALL BE MY GOD. Ruth 1:1-18. Ruth 1:1. “The days when the judges judged” was an age of anarchy (Judges 21:25). Cycles of godlessness were followed by trouble and invasion, the raising of more

  • Sermon On Enlightenment

    Contributed by William Meakin on Jul 25, 2022

    Amongst the many possible definitions, enlightenment is considered a concept of understanding, insight, awareness, and a learning process that may clarify uncertainties in life.

    Jagadish "Jaggi" Vasudev, better known as Sadhguru, an Indian yoga guru and proponent of spirituality once remarked: “If all your energies are focused in one direction, enlightenment is not far away. After all, what you are seeking is already within you.” John 16:13 confirms: “When the more

  • Evangelism According To Zechariah Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jul 26, 2022

    What is needed for effective evangelism? In this exposition of Zechariah 8:14-23, we are given abiding principles for reaching the lost. Message interprets the passage in its historical context, then discusses the application for today.

    Intro Our text today begins in Zechariah 8:14. There are ten oracles in this chapter. Last week we examined oracle #6 in verses 9-13. There God encouraged His people to take heart. During their 16 years of disobedience, times were hard for them. But under Haggai’s and Zechariah’s preaching, they more

  • Spooky Writings!

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Sep 14, 2013

    While the devil is swiftly working on producing more and more of toxic poison through destructive writings and leading them into the fantasy world of the devil, when would someone arise to save the world?????

    Spooky writings! Psalm 119:162” I rejoice at Your word As one who finds great treasure.” 21 year old Samantha Shannon who has a degree from Oxford University, is blooming into the next ‘J.K.Rowling!’ I don’t have to give an intro for Rowling who authored the more

  • The Mirror Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 16, 2013

    Psalm 119 is all about God's Word, but is the Word an instruction manual with every detail of life enumerated for us, or is it more a character sketch of the most beautiful and wonderful being ever?

    Psalm 119 has been called the Mt. Everest of the Psalms. It is the longest psalm and the longest chapter in the Bible. What I love about it is that it is all about God’s Word. And that’s what we are about here at Calvary Chapel: teaching God’s Word. I’ve heard a slur about more

  • The Word Of God Saves Us Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Sep 26, 2013
    based on 6 ratings

    This section is a prayer for God to save through His love and His Word. The psalmist calls on God for deliverance from those who reproach him. This reproach is a personal attack because of his love for God & His Word.

    PSALM 119: 41-48 [The Ministry of The Word Series] THE WORD OF GOD SAVES US This section is a prayer for God to save through His love and His Word (CIT). The psalmist calls on God for deliverance from those who reproach him (v. 42). This reproach is a personal attack because of his love more

  • Looking Up To God Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 30, 2013

    The temptations and accusations of the world are like a man-eating plant that wraps its legs around our character and seeks to drag us down. God's Word is like the searchlight from a Coast Guard helicopter, coming to rescue us in times of trouble.

    Psalm 119 is a celebration of God’s Word and a literary masterpiece. But there is also a story arc in this psalm that we can relate to. The psalmist, quite possibly Ezra, is facing temptation and opposition from the world—in an attempt to keep him from serving Yahweh and obeying His more

  • Hope From God's Word Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Oct 3, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    Our psalmist in this section declares that his hope is received from the Word of God which renews his life. Even though our psalmist is afflicted & scorned by the arrogant, he is sustained by hope. For hope shines brightest in the darkness.

    PSALM 119: 49-56 [The Ministry of The Word Series] HOPE FROM GOD'S WORD Our psalmist in this section [strophe] declares that his hope is received from the Word of God which renews his life. Because our God is unchanging, His Word does not change either. Therefore we can find hope from more

  • Looking Down The Path Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Oct 7, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Each decision we make in life is not a discrete unit. It is connected in a long chain of decisions that leads in a trajectory either towards the character of the Lord or away from it. This part of Psalm 119 helps us set the right course in life.

    105 – 112 Verse 105 is one of the coolest verses in the Bible. It really speaks to the working of God’s Word in our lives. A “lamp to my feet” suggests providing guidance in the near-term, the everyday sorts of decisions in life: how do I answer, how should I react, what more

  • Trying To Understand

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Oct 17, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Perhaps the most important thing you can discover as you spend time immersed God’s Word is this: God loves you. You belong to him. To understand the Word of God, rely on the Spirit of God.

    Opening illustration: As an adolescent I read the word of God daily as a routine without really understanding it and kept it under my pillow assuming that it would give me a peaceful sleep and protect me from all harm. When I became a teenager, I still kept doing the same thing except that the more