The biggest news in books and Bibles this year has been the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Version. Many today fail to recognize the pervasive, worldwide impact this one translation has had as it became the book of the English empire just as that empire spread to the ends of the earth, taking with it the KJV. The publication of this translation is one of the keys being led by it. Quite appropriately several books have been published this year on the King James Version.
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Several months ago, my clergy support group discussed stewardship. We eventually got to the topic of stewardship sermons. When we did, a member of the group said, "When it comes to preaching about money, most preachers are wimps!"
Good lepers are those who are healed and never forget the disease they once had. They remember how good clean feels. Bad lepers, on the other hand, are those who are healed and go on acting as if they never had the disease. This Thanksgiving sermon encourages us to model our lives after the leper.
Why God Accepts Us Fourth in a Series (February, 2003 POL) Topic: Stewardship, Grace Author: John A. Huffman, Jr., Pastor, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Newport Beach, CA Title: Why God Accepts Us Text: Galatians 3:14 Today's message will be quite different from my customary preaching. A
What are you going to lose for Thanksgiving? This sermon isn't talking about pounds; it offers insight into three other "losses" which are to our benefit when it comes to Thanksgiving: Lose the calculator mentality, lose the mercenary mindset, and lose the isolationist attitude,