Archive for April, 2008

Wonders from the Word – The Way You Drive (2 Kings 9:20)

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

What does our driving style say about us, and more importantly, about our relationship with Jesus? Are we slow, fast, cautious, dangerous, courteous, or rude? Do we obey the speed limits or just coast through stop signs? What would we think if someone could see a car coming down the road, and just by the […]

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On Purpose! Take a Boy

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Take a baby boy. Put him in a middle class home. Run him through a parade of nannies, babysitters, daycares, & nursery schools. Wean him on quality time when you have the time. When he is able to focus on picture books, teach him that he’s the latest, greatest, product of organic evolution. Supplement that […]

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Sermon – The Unexpected Identity of Jesus and His Church

Monday, April 14th, 2008

                                The Unexpected Identity of Jesus and His Church [1]  INTRO:A.        God loves surprises.  And by that I mean that God loves to surprise.  The problem is that often people do not appreciate, understand, like, or agree with God’s surprises.  A surprise, by definition, is something unexpected.  Jesus was a surprise to the first century […]

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Wonders from the Word – A Wasted Life (2 Chronicles 21)

Monday, April 14th, 2008

How would you describe a wasted life? Could you succinctly say it in a few words on a tombstone? If you could sum up your epitaph, what would it be? If people etched on our tombstone what they said about us while we were alive, what would be engraved in stone for all to see? […]

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Sermon – How Does the Bible Teach the Resurrection?

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

INTRO: A. Before getting into discussing how the Bible teaches on the resurrection, I have a question – How does the world teach on the resurrection? By world I do not mean other religions such as Hinduism which does not teach a resurrection but instead teaches a reincarnation. What I mean is, is the concept […]

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Sermon – Paul’s PEP

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Poor pitiful Paul pleads profusely. Proficiently proffering purposeful preaching, plus personal pain, Paul profits through preaching, proclaiming, but not peddling. Paul, properly placing perspective pleases his paradigm. OK, that’s plenty enough with my patent patois pleasure. But please put in plain words how Paul could persist among such personally painful problems? The answer is that […]

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Sermon – Paul’s PEP

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Poor pitiful Paul pleads profusely. Proficiently proffering purposeful preaching, plus personal pain, Paul profits through preaching, proclaiming, but not peddling. Paul, properly placing perspective pleases his paradigm. OK, that’s plenty enough with my patent patois pleasure. But please put in plain words how Paul could persist among such personally painful problems? The answer is that […]

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On Purpose! Paul’s PEP

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Poor pitiful Paul pleads profusely. Proficiently proffering purposeful preaching, plus personal pain; Paul profits through preaching, proclaiming, but not peddling. Paul, properly placing perspective pleases his paradigm. OK, that’s plenty enough with my patent patois pleasure. But please explain how Paul could persist among such devastating problems? The answer is that Paul had

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On Purpose! Paul’s PEP

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Poor pitiful Paul pleads profusely. Proficiently proffering purposeful preaching, plus personal pain; Paul profits through preaching, proclaiming, but not peddling. Paul, properly placing perspective pleases his paradigm. OK, that’s plenty enough with my patent patois pleasure. But please explain how Paul could persist among such devastating problems? The answer is that Paul had

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On Purpose! Protected But Prepared

Saturday, April 5th, 2008

Paul, a former rabbi educated in Jewish religious and cultural ways was protected and prepared. After his spiritual conversion (or completion, as Messianic Jews speak of it), he instructed others concerning the correlation of both covenants. Somewhere along the way, he learned tent-making (Acts 20:3). Paul had prepared himself. More specifically, Paul had probably been […]

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