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Surrendering the Last Drop

25 Aug

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Surrendering the Last Drop8/25/07

In 1 Corinthians 10:11 Paul tells us that the reason God inspired the Old Testament stories to be written is for our admonition. Today we start a series of sermons on the well-known Old Testament stories–Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons. I pray that God will reveal some new truths to us through these old, well-known, stories.

See other sermons in this series

A Dire Threat
A Devoted Man
A Desperate Situation
A Deciding Point

A Starving Boy
A Stark Reality
A Strange Request
A Doubtful Amount
A Startling Proposition
A Double Risk
A Startlingly Delightful Miracle
A Stunning Directive For Us
Sometimes we try to hold something back from God as if it’s our security blanket in case He doesn’t come through. Sometimes we think that what we have is to insignificant to be of any use to God. But God challenges us to surrender even the last drop and watch as He multiplies it to fill our needs. He says use what you have and I’ll make it more then you could imagine!

Key Passage: 2 Kings 4:1-7; 1 Kings 17:7-16

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Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons — Sermon Series

24 Aug

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Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons -- Sermon Series8/24/07

In 1 Corinthians 10:11 Paul tells us that the reason God inspired the Old Testament stories to be written is for our admonition. This is a series of sermons on the well-known Old Testament stories called, “Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons”. I pray that God will reveal some new truths to us through these old, well-known, stories.

Sermons in this Series:

 

 

Key Passage: 1 Corinthians 10:11

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1P08 Fulfillment

11 Aug

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1P08 Fulfillment -- A Stranger In Your Own Hometown8/11/07

Folks do the strangest things when they’re together. Sometimes noble intent drives people to do crazy things for others like my friend who intentionally covered his arm in fire ants to warn the Pathfinders of how dangerous they are. Other times the crowd mentality drives a person to do things he would not otherwise do. We see this on TV a lot. While worldly ways of finding fulfillment and relationship are often destructive, in our eighth and final sermon in this series on 1 Peter we’ll see that God’s kinds of fulfillment and relationships are beneficial.

Key Passage: 1 Peter 4:1-8

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