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  • Remember God's Goodness Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Sep 3, 2019

    The Feast of Purim was instituted to remember God's deliverance of His people, for the generation that was saved, as well as for the generations to come.

    We have come a long way through the book of Esther. • Against all odds, and through a set of amazing and miraculous twists, Esther and Mordecai achieved the mission – the mission of God, actually - to save their people from certain annihilation. • It was successful because God has a hand in it. more

  • Where Are We Going

    Contributed by Roddy Chestnut on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 114 ratings

    Thesis: To reach the promised land we must choose trust over fear.

    Thesis: To reach the promised land we must choose trust over fear. Intro.: 1. It has gone down as one of the greatest baseball games ever! a. 6th game of 1986 American League championship series. 1) California Angels ..... Boston Red Sox. 2) California led series 3 games to 2 (best of more

  • Spirit Of Fear Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Sep 30, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    Message about how God did not give us the Spirit of fear but of power, love and a sound mind.

    Note: Not sure where all the references come from. I found this message in my file and put my notes with it. I know that all is not original but I wanted to share it with sermoncentral because I thought it was awesome. THREE GODLY GIFTS SAYING NO TO FEAR Text: II Timothy 1:1-7 2Ti 1:1-7 more

  • Altared - Pt. 2 - Blowing Santa's Mind! Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Sep 7, 2013

    Once prominent in churches. Once prominent in life. Now seldom seen in our buildings. Have they also disappeared from our life? We have been called to live an

    Altared - Pt. 2 - Blowing Santa's Mind! I. Introduction For some it was padded. For others it folded down. For some a simple rail. For others it was built in and for others it was a separate piece of furniture that often became a display location for offering plates, plastic flowers, and more