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The Glory of the Rainbow

Exclusive to Preaching.com: What do you see in the sign of the rainbow?
Her Best Bet

God always has been in the business of using the most unlikely people and circumstances to accomplish His purposes.
‘Take Words’: Hosea 14:1-9

Where in Scripture do you turn for encouragement? How many would give the Old Testament prophets as their answer? I’ll wager that many of us would say we find their poetry hard to understand and their words of judgment—well…something other than encouraging.

God Is Worth Waiting For

In his book The Pursuit of God, A.W. Tozer made the following observation: "It is doubtful whether God can bless a man greatly until He has hurt him deeply." To put it another way, God cannot do much with people who have not passed through a time of suffering, sickness, sacrifice or struggle. How can we be a blessing to people who are going through the hardships of life if we ourselves somehow...
There's A Miracle In Your Mess

Figuratively speaking, many of us have been impregnated by God. There is a dream, a business, a ministry, a book, or some great work that He is growing within us. Unfortunately for the average person, spiritual pregnancies are even more difficult to handle than natural births. But, as this sermon attests, the message of Christmas can help you deal with the contradiction of your inner reality and...
Out Of Egypt I Have Called My Son

Matthew 2:13-23 It's amazing how quickly we can go from the heights to the depths in our lives. That is what we see happening in Matthew 2 to Joseph and Mary. A group of wise men from the East come and visit them and throw a baby shower that is fit for a king and, indeed, that is who they say this baby is. ...
Worship Alone Is Not Enough

At some point you and I need to follow the example of Jesus and reach out to people like Matthew the tax collector.
Faith's Bitter Foe

According to this sermon, Abraham has much to teach us concerning the life of faith. Despite the millennia that separate us, Abraham's successes and failures, of which there are an ample supply of both, offer surprisingly relevant insights into our struggle to live by faith. His life, much like ours, reflects an on-going battle with fear, faith's archenemy.
Comfort for Manoah's Kin

This morning, I want to gather my thoughts up under the following sermon title, "Comfort for Manoah's Kin." And of course, we have just discovered that Manoah was the father of Samson, and so it will be helpful as the message unfolds to keep that in mind. Billy Sunday was to his generation what
Do You Need a Physician?

Real faith is not about masks. Real faith is about steadfast love that cuts to the heart, that transforms the life. In this sermon on faith, the Great Physician is offering a cure for hypocrisy— a radical cure. The procedure, in many ways, is simple. It's painful, its scary, it's life-threatening — but it's simple. When Jesus talks about transformation and change He is saying you can no longer...
Heavenly Harvest

Thankfulness is more than words. According to this Thanksgiving sermon, it is a positive mental attitude, focused on God and grateful for all the benefits that are ours as believers. It is a lifestyle rooted in the disposition of our hearts! Matthew Henry said 'Thanksgiving is good but thanks-living is better.'
Seeing the Future

Seeing the Future (Fourth in a Series) Daniel 2:31-43 If you could pick one spot in all the world to go and sit for a few minutes, where would you go? I would not have to give it a second thought. For me it would be the summit of the Mount of Olives. When one sits t