Sermons tagged with ‘Inspiration’

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Prince of Peace

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The title, “Prince of Peace,” is related to the government of Christ—“the government shall be upon his shoulder… Of the increase of his government and PEACE there shall be no end…”

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Why Weepest Thou? Who Seekest Thou?

John 20:1-18 (text: v. 15) Mary Magdalene was the first person to visit Christ’s tomb after His resurrection. She was the first person to see Jesus after His resurrection (Mk. 16:9). The first words Jesus spoke after His resurrection were to a weeping woman—“Woman, why weepest Thou? Whom seekest thou?” Mary loved Jesus. Her life was […]

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Now is the Time—This is the Place—We are the People

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Like those Jews rebuilding the Temple in Jerusalem—We are also in the “Temple building business.” I’m not talking about Temples of wood and stone. God does not dwell in Temples made with hands today. I’m talking about the lives of individual believers who are temple of the Holy Ghost (1 Cor. 3:9; 6:19).

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Ten, the Nine, and the One

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Thanksgiving is more than a holiday we celebrate—it is a condition of the heart! More than a DAY—it is a DUTY.
Thanksgiving is not an OPTION. It is an OBLIGATION! We are commanded to always give thanks in all things!

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Cast Your Bread Upon the Waters

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The cliche is: “What goes around, comes around.” — This was the practice of the Egyptian farmers along the Nile River. In the spring the Nile would overflow it banks and flood the valleys. A farmer would then cast his seed on the top of the flood water. When the river receded back to it’s banks, the seed settled down in the rich soil that was left behind. Weeks later a bountiful crop was harvested.

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