Sermons tagged with ‘Service’

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My Servant

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Knowing he was loved by His Father enabled Him to endure the rejection of men. His own were not delighted in Him, but He could go on in His service because He was assured of His Father’s love.

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Which of You Shall Have A Friend

Luke 11:1-8 [Question of True Friendship] This is a parable Jesus taught about prayer in answer to the disciples request in verse 1. We need to be taught to pray, because prayer isn’t natural. It is a supernatural act. The disciples are to be commended for wanting to learn more about prayer. Not many are […]

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Conversion of a Working Mom

Acts 16:9-40 On this Mother’s Day we will look at a “working” Mom who got saved, named Lydia. She was the first convert in Europe—If you are of European descent, you owe a lot to Lydia! A very pretty name. But, how many women do you know named Lydia? Three significant conversions in Acts 16: Lydia […]

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Getting Totally Involved in Missions

Mark 16:15 We hear of “missions-minded” churches that have a great mission’s program. Bible Baptist Church, does not HAVE a mission’s program—We ARE a mission’s program! Missions is our sole purpose for existence. Our example in missions is the Lord Jesus Christ, who came from heaven to planet earth to save us (John 3:16). His mission […]

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A Missions Mindset

Adult Bible Class lesson Rom. 1:10-17 God’s “heartbeat” is missions. God’s Son was a Missionary. The Bible is a record of missions—From the calling out of Abraham… the command to Israel to be a nation of priests and be a light to the Gentiles… to the commission of the church… to the 144,000 missionaries in […]

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Counting the Cost: A Question of Discipleship

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Luke 14:25-33 [Questions Jesus Asks] The Bible is more than a book of theological truth. It is also an immensely practical Book that tells you how to live. The parable of Jesus in our text teaches a great practical lesson— Before undertaking a project, the first thing you should do is “count the cost”—How much will cost to complete the […]

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