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The Hatred Of The World. The Hatred of the World to God’s Children (v.13) 1. Do Not Marvel that the World Hates You. a) If We Love Christ, then the World Will Persecute Us. Have You Suffered Rejection Because of Your Faith? Cain hated Abel and murdered him. Why did Cain do that? “Because his deeds were…
Jack R. Harlan, Jr. • Sermon • • 1,148 views
Identity is the door to your destiny You are a sum total of all the decisions you make. On what do you base your decisions? Why do people commit adultery? They forget they who they are; I am a husband I can’t do this. What is the common denominator for people making bad decisions? Men of God don’t do…
Rev. Dr. Michael Christie • Sermon • • 231 views
Greater Faith, 4/25/10 Greetings Scx: Gen. 1:26-28 Title: Get over it Prayer Theo: underpressure , stressed out, Under the expectation of others Interpretation of this Passage: 1. Ecological a. To dominate b. Plunder ; i. Treat water like it will always flow ii. No thought for environment, the air, the…
Kevin DeRaaf • Sermon • • 194 views
NAMES 1 Samuel 16:1-23 April 15, 2007 You and I have two competing forces that are pulling at us all the time. Both of them that are dangerous to our spiritual life. The first is that of constant images and messages around us that make us feel like we’re never good enough. Take the whole issue of beauty…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 117 views
Intro – Two elderly ladies had been friends for many decades, sharing many adventures. But age took its toll and eventually limited them to simple activities. One day, while playing cards, one looked at the other and said, "Now don’t get mad at me. I know we’ve been friends for a long time, but I can’t…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 77 views
We have heard the story too many times – a family that was close was fractured when it came time to divide up the family inheritance. It is a sad fact that money and possessions can become more important than family closeness. We may say such a thing would never happen to us, but look around . . . there…
His Kingdom Come
His Kingdom Come / Sovereignty; Nationality and Political Identity / Daniel 1:1–21 Uprooted and taken away from home, Daniel and his friends enroll in Babylon University under King Nebuchadnezzar's care. During their first day of orientation, they must decide to trust God or go along with the nation. Our identity is contingent on who we let into our story. To choose God is to disown Babylon and trust God's total control of our situation.
©Copyright January 10, 1999 by Rev. Bruce Goettsche I believe the most basic and urgent questions of life are: Who Am I? And Why am I here? Some people spend a lifetime trying to "find themselves". But the answer to these questions is found right at the beginning of the Bible. God wastes no time getting…
My Identity in Christ Jesus (changed at the last minute by the Holy Spirit)
Real, born-again, Christians continue to fall for Satan's original lie to Eve. This robs them of their victory and power in Christ, and as God's family.
Our Identity in Christ
Who we are in Christ is central to our identity as believers. Join us for an ongoing devotional study as we consider what it means to be in Christ and to learn to live in the fullness of his life. Additional materials on this subject can be found in "Who Am I? Identiity in Christ" by Jerry Bridges.
Eruke Oneyibo • Beacon Church Cardiff • Sermon • • 38 views • 30:37
Powerpoint by Jeff Borcherding. This sermon is about 1 Peter 2:9-10 and discusses the Christian's identity in Christ and what should be their response as a result of this, which is soul-winning.
The Gospel of Luke
Peter Grainger • Hope City Church Edinburgh • Sermon • • 36 views • 25:33
The disciples reach a crucial crossroads in their journey with Jesus when he challenges them regarding his identity. Peter correctly identifies him as Messiah - and then Jesus sets out what the path of Messiah and of his followers looks like.
Everyone has a story that drives his life. A set of values, expectations, and reason for being. Paul had one, too. In this passage, his point is that God’s story is the better story. We so often make our own story, but scripture tells us a better way.
Ken • Sermon • • 29 views
“WHOM DO MEN SAY THAT I AM? Matthew 16:13-16 Introduction: While Jesus was alive on the earth, there was great confusion among some people concerning his identity. Even today men are still concerned with the identity of this “prophet” from Galilee. We do not know what Jesus looked like. But from several…
New Life in Christ Guest Speakers
Chaplain Danny Hubbell • New Life in Christ Church of Cedar Creek • Sermon • • 28 views • 1:00:43
Pastor Phil provided an in-depth study on who we are in Christ. He gives us a lot to thing about, praise God!
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 27 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease A contemporary author who loves mysteries describes his frustration when the mystery gets too great. A friend gave him a mystery book to read, and soon he found himself deep in the midst of the sinister plot. "Imagine my consternation," he says, "as I came to the end of the unraveling…
James (Jim) L. Goforth, Jr • Sermon • • 26 views
That you May Believe … and Have Life John #9 John 1:19-23 As we continue to walk through John 1 … we are brought back to an important Character in the early life of Christ. You remember vv 6-8 … "There came a man who was send from God; his name was John. He came as a witness to testify concerning that…