Sermons tagged with ‘Faithfulness’

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“When the Heat is On, Part 2”

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This sermon builds on the first and answers the questions: What Happens When I Trust God in the Furnace? What does God promise to do when I exercise faith and put my trust in Him and Him alone? Scripture – Daniel 3

“When The Heat Is On”

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This sermon looks at some of the similarities between the challenges Daniel faced and we face today. It also answers the questions: What should I do when the heat is on in my life? And how does God deliver and save us when we are in the fiery furnace? Scripture – Daniel 3

“When Your Beliefs Are Belittled”

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One of the realities of life is that our education doesn’t end with our schooling. To be successful and productive in life we’ve got to keep learning and applying what we’ve learned. With God’s help we need to turn knowledge into wisdom. Daniel’s story gives us some insight into how to excel in our education […]

“When You’re Pressured to Conform”

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This sermon looks at the second test Daniel faced in Babylonia. In this sermon Daniel models for us what to do when you’re pressured to conform to something you know isn’t right. Daniel’s story reveals several character qualities God looks for in us and how to make a case to authority. Scripture – Daniel 1:8-19

“Passing It On”

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God’s Word calls us to be reflectors and deflectors of any honor or glory we receive rather than receivers and hoarders. This sermon looks at the biblical truth that Christ-followers have been created to bring glory and honor to God in everything we do… Period! Scripture – I Corinthians 6:19-20 and Matthew 5:14-16

“Seeing Is Believing”

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It’s been said, “You don’t have to understand everything to believe in something.” Using the story of the man born blind this sermon teaches that while some things in life can be unexplainable—there are at the same time some things that are undeniable. And if you will focus on the undeniable—the unexplainable won’t shipwreck your […]

“When The Odds Are Against You”

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In the Old Testament book of II Chronicles we find a story that can teach us some principles for dealing with overwhelming odds in our life. King Jehoshaphat’s example models for us that difficult times need not intimidate us but can serve as a motivator to pray more, trust God more, and depend more fully […]

“Mary Magdalene”

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The life of Mary Magdalene reminds us that the best motivator for serving the Lord with gratitude, awe and faithfulness is to never forget what Jesus has done for us.