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The last of the Seven Deadly Sins is gluttony. It’s the one I know you’ve all been waiting for! It is a sin we obviously don't hear much preaching about these days. Maybe because too many American preachers are over-weight from too much fried chicken and meetings at Ryan’s. It is a sin that strikes a…
Robbie Boyd • Sermon • • 230 views
Seven Sirens (7 Deadly Sins) How the ancient Deadlies continue to tempt today. Randy Rowland As a boating enthusiast, I enjoy sea stories. One ancient tale of the sea is that of the mysterious creatures known as sirens, those mythological creatures that appeared to sailors. In the distance sirens looked…
Michael McDonald • Sermon • • 95 views
Lust, Gluttony, Indulgence, Sin I once read the true story of a duke named Raynald III, who lived during the fourteenth century. His sad life illustrates how giving in to our lustful desires-the very thing we often equate with freedom actually robs us of freedom and true joy. Raynald III lived a life…
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The consumption of food, necessary for survival. Scripture cites enjoyment of eating as a gift of God but emphasises that it is not the main priority in life, for God will provide abundantly for his children.
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The last of the Seven Deadly Sins is gluttony. This is an appropriate Sunday to preach on it. Most of you know that this last Wednesday was Ash Wednesday which, in the traditional church calendar begins the Easter Season. What you may not realize is that the day before Ash Wednesday is Shrove Tuesday.…
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Scripture condemns an excessive greed for food. Its unrestrained self-indulgence often leads to deeper iniquity and represents a rejection of godly moderation.
Jason A. Smith • Sermon • • 31 views
We are continuing our series on “Respectable Sins”, and we are going to cover one today that, just when looking at the title slide for the sermon, may make all of us shift in our seats. The sin of gluttony. This is an uncomfortable subject because we like to eat. Eating is an enjoyable thing. Food is…
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How often have you been fooled into thinking that sin will make you satisfied? That whatever consequences come, they can’t compare to the happiness that sin promises. We become blinded in our sin sometimes, don’t we? There’s a scene in the book, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” where Edmund has…
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Throwing off restraint and discipline and yielding to the desire to gratify selfish appetites and cravings. Scripture warns against such a characteristic and urges, instead, self-control, generosity and consideration for others.
Galatians 5:14-2 1 A man was sitting at a stop light one morning. The lady in front of him was going through papers on the seat of her car, and when the light changed, she ignored the fact that it had turned green. She sat there until the light turned red again. So, the man behind her began screaming…
Keith Wells • Sermon • • 19 views • 41:16
I feel lead to continue through the book of Luke Jesus is giving out some strong information Jesus never spoon fed anyone Jesus went through the towns and villages, teaching as he went, always pressing on toward Jerusalem. Jesus knew his task and was not going to let anything distract him What do we…
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According to news reports, Joshua Tackett, a 29-year-old New Hampshire resident crashed his car in front of his local police headquarters. Police later arrested him on the suspicion of drunk driving. In his mug shot, he is wearing a t-shirt that says, “This guy needs a beer.” While many viewing the picture…
Hollywood and authors for years have fed into a fascination we have with the end-of-the-world. It seems within us is a sense of apocalyptic doom in the future. Something is determined to destroy us and everything is falling apart. For Hollywood it is saved by human struggle and courage and often some magical or extra-terrestrial help. It's the end of the world as we know it! As followers of Jesus we are told there will an end to the world as we know it. And it will be glorious.
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This sermon is part of the Gospel Shaped Church Curriculum created by the Gospel Coalition. Information about it can be found at http://gsc.thegospelcoalition.org or www.gospelshapedchurch.org -------------------------------