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SERMONS & MEDIA ON TRUST

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TRUST SERMON OUTLINES

by James Merritt

If you have ever been to a circus you have seen elephants tethered to a chain that is connected to a stake in the ground. You may not realize that that stake is only eighteen inches long and that elephant can easily pull that stake up, because a grown man has to pull the stake up to free the elephant. Now if a grown man can pull up the stake, why doesn’t the elephant pull that stake...

by Benny Perez

Today I am starting a new Series on Faith that Works. We will be studying the Book of James and see How Faith Works. We are living in a day and age where the World around us is looking for the Genuine, for the Authentic and for the Real Faith Found In Jesus Christ. I know this series is going to both Encourage and Challenge each and every one...

by Jerry Vines

Let's talk a little bit about how trouble relates to the Christian life. Bro. Dawson and I were visiting in the home of a young couple the other week. We were talking about the Christian life. I said to them that the Christian life begins with the supernatural birth. You invite the Lord Jesus into your heart and you are instantaneously born into the family of God. But a Christian life continues...

by Johnny Hunt

INTRODUCTION: The subject of this text is trust. I have found in my life that there is literally an on-going war for my trust as it pertains to my affections and allegiances. The first of the Ten Commandments is found in Exodus 20:3, ''You shall have no other gods before Me.'' It is then defined in vv.4-6, ''You shall not make for yourself a carved image - any likeness of anything that is...

by Robert Walker

Now the sea they sailed on was subject to sudden storms that could work havoc. As matter of fact Matthew uses a Greek word to describe an earthquake. Can you imagine the scene for a moment? The little boat had left the safety of the harbor with Jesus and His disciples on board. All was calm as they headed across the lake...

by Stan Coffey

OUTLINE: I. Three ways you can trust God A. You can trust God because he is truthful. B. You can trust in God because he always does that which is just. C. You can trust in God because he is dependable. II. Things you can trust God to do. A. You can trust God to forgive your sins B. You can trust God to give you guidance C. You can trust God to be just. Well, tonight, I want us to continue our thoughts about faith, and about what faith is. When we started this series of messages...

by Christopher Harbin

We talk readily about trusting Jesus. We sing songs about trusting Jesus. All too often, however, we are unsure about how to apply that slogan to our lives. What does it mean to trust Jesus? Where are we to trust, and where are we to take initiative? What does trusting Jesus really mean? Nationally and within our religious framework we speak rather consistently of sin...

by J. Gerald Harris

You have voted to relocate Liberty Baptist Church and build a new facility. For what it is worth, I think that is a wonderful idea. I believe will give the church a greater visibility in this area. I believe it will give the church the space needed for growth. I believe it will generate excitement within the fellowship. I believe it will give some leverage to the pastor search committee as they seek out a...

by John Barnett

From cover to cover God's Word consistently contrasts the two pathways of life. Two Paths. Today as men we need to reaffirm our commitment to God's Path. In the New Testament Jesus talked about the ''broad road'' to destruction and the ''narrow pathway'' that leads to life (Mt. 7:13-14). In the...

by Dan Hill

There is a word in our vocabulary that, at least among many Christians has become a dirty word in the last few years. That word is ''PROSPERITY.'' It is a word that has gotten a lot of bad press although admittedly, some of the bad press has been justified; but it is a good word. Furthermore it is a biblical word. By the way, one of the most...

by David Cawston

From the time we begin to be alert that there are other people in our lives, we begin to develop social relationships, we begin to seek approval and advice of others. We are influenced by our friends, whether they be family or outside the family. Part of our influence happens because of the need for social acceptance...

by Jesse Hendley

by Jerry Watts

This morning the call was ''Look to Jesus'' tonight our scripture resounds with a call to ''Trust in Jesus.'' Why? Because He's worthy of your trust, He is able to change your life, He can forgive your sin, He will give you a home in heaven, because He is able to save your soul. For years we have sung that great hymn, ''Tis so sweet to trust in...

by Miles Seaborn

Indeed, the most important discover we need to make it the discovery of the accuracy and the authenticity of scripture. Because everything we believe, everything we hold true and everything we hold dear is from the Word of God. And as Christians the basis for all authority and all Christian faith and commitment is the teaching of...

by Kenton Beshore

I really do appreciate it. And as I’m going what I wanted to is I wanted to tell you what I’m going to be praying for you. So we choose a church verse every year and its proverbs 3:5 & 6. And what I’m gonna be doing is I’m gonna be praying through that verse for you. So what I’m gonna be doing in the message today, what it is...

by Kenneth C. Kroohs

May the words of my mouth ... And the meditations of all Our hearts ... Be always acceptable to you --- our strength and Our redeemer amen One of the Scripture commentators I read this week made an interesting point. He said these lessons are perfect for this Sunday .. the 4th of July weekend. I was glad he explained himself because I sure...

by Terry J. Hallock

One of the major casualties of the September 11th terrorist attacks was the ability of people to trust. Routines of daily life that once were taken for granted are now sources of major anxiety for some. It will be a long time before many can board an airplane in comfort. Being a large city among tall buildings will be difficult for...

by Jeff Strite

Little Johnny was walking down the beach, and he spied a matronly woman sitting under a beach umbrella on the sand. He walked up to her and asked, ''Are you a Christian?''''Yes.'' she replied. ''Do you read your Bible every day?''She nodded her head, ''Yes.''''Do you pray often?'' Little Johnny asked next, and again she answered...

by Jim Perdue

It is vital that we learn how to live according to God's Word. For the Christian, the Bible is our instruction book for life. The Bible provides our life, hope, truth, joy, comfort, peace, guide, direction, protection, and defense...just to name a few. So we must learn how to live Life By The Book. Indeed, we are learning what that...

by Steve Jones

Last week I mentioned my trek up Springer Mountain to read the plaque at the beginning of the Appalachian Trail. What I didn't tell you was after I got to the top, I wasn't out of the woods yet! I had to get to the parking lot to meet Tami and I followed the trail away from the rock but it diverged into 3 UNMARKED trails. I spent forty-five minutes on...