SERMONS ON BABY DEDICATION

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by John Barnett

I recently heard the testimony of a local Tulsa businessman through the ears of my son. What caught my attention was, that it had caught his attention. This man said that he sat to write his own obituary, listing off what had mattered in his life-and he didn't like how it read. All the items were centered on his life, instead of God and others. That made him sit and…

by Joe Alain

An all-female law firm is turning heads in Chicago with a new billboard and a blunt message: "Life's Short. Get a Divorce." Oddly enough, the firm says about their advertisement, that "It promotes happiness and personal integrity." Others see it differently. Rick Tivers, a clinical social worker at the Center for Divorce Recovery in Chicago told ABC News the billboard "trivializes divorce . . . This makes divorce seem like it's not a big deal, and it's a huge deal for many people." ...

by Jeff Schreve

After 2 years of marriage husband came home from work he walked in the front door. And the wife greeted him at the front door with a hug and a kiss. And she said ''Honey I have some big news.'' He said ''Oh what's that?'' She said ''Well in a little while there will no longer just be the two of us there'll be an addition to our...

by Jerry Vines

So we know that Jesus loves the little children. Is there anything sweeter than a little child? I was looking at those bright little faces up there and just thanking God for the gift of little children. I know that some of you were looking with far more loving eyes than was I because there was a special little child, or two or three. Others of you looked with eyes of great joy because they were your grandchildren. There is just a special relationship between grandparents and their...

by Joe Alain

This Sunday is Mother's Day, so I thought you'd enjoy this list of things our mothers taught us: My Mother taught me LOGIC: "If you fall off that swing and break your neck, you can't go to the store with me," as well as, "If everyone else jumped off a cliff would you do it too?" My Mother taught me HUMOR: "When that lawn mower cuts off your toes, don't come running to me."..

by Jason Dees

When I was in middle and high school a lot of my buddies got into professional wrestling in particular the WCW, we were all playing sports and working out a lot so maybe it made sense but I remember going over to my buddies houses and watching the WCW on Monday nights and we all kind of had our favorite wrestlers and the good ones always had a signature move or a finishing...

by Stuart Briscoe

A pious young couple with a new baby meets two devout old people in the Temple. A chance meeting - or a divine appointment? I. Parenting by the Book. vv. 21-24 A. The Book - the law of Moses, the law of the Lord. 1. God made a covenant with Abraham - a covenant of grace. 2. God gave the law to Moses - 430 years later. Galatians 3:17 B. The circumcision. v. 21 1. Spiritual significance as...

by Dennis Marquardt

What is a child? A cute little bundle of energy that is often self- programmed! They are explorers, trekkers seeking out new things, going where every man has gone before their 5 year mission, to explore, mess up, turn upside down, to laugh, to cry until they become humans sometime around the age of...

by Ernest Easley

As you're turning to 1 Samuel 1 I want to ask you a personal question this morning: is your life stuck in neutral? I mean when you look at your life today, it just doesn't seem to be going anywhere. It's not moving forward like you had hoped and dreamed. It's not really moving backward, it's just not moving and you're stuck in neutral. Soon after Julie and I got married, I thought it...

by Stan Coffey

We are continuing down the original Route 66 as we are in a series entitled Bible Giants. This portion of God's Word is called, ''The Books of History.'' We are selecting one Bible character on which we will focus each Sunday. Today we are looking at ''The Ideal Mother.'' We will be looking at the mother of Samuel; her name was Hannah. What a wonderful mother she...

by Rex Yancey

A bachelor wrote a book on rearing children. He entitled it the ten commandments of raising children. He got married and had one child. He changed his book title to ten suggestions for rearing children. He had a second child. He changed the title to helpful hints for rearing children.One man took of poll of what children thought about...

by Patrick Edwards

The church in Galatia during the first century found itself locked in a dispute over whether faith in Jesus is sufficient for salvation. You see as we've discussed before, there were some from the Jewish religion who argued faith was necessary, but by itself could not save a person. Works of the Law, namely obedience to the...

by Robert Dawson

A young couple had been married a few years. One day the husband came home from work to find his wife waiting at the door with a great big hug and kiss with a huge smile on her face. A little taken back the husband asked what was going on. She said she had a big surprise for him. The wife looked at her...

by Richard Bradley

Someone once asked Babe Ruth why he got along so well with children and his answer was, ''Because it's really easy for me to get down on their level.'' Despite being a big star, if not the biggest star of his day, the Babe was in many ways just a big kid himself. Because he thought like a kid he knew what kids needed and wanted from...

by Johnny Hunt

The emphasis of this text is not on a single act, but something continuous. Notice, the parents brought their children to Jesus. That is what all parents should do, but cannot unless they themselves have first come to Him. Have you come? And are you bringing? This bringing may be regarded as an offering, for it is the...

by Stan Coffey

Tonight we are in the book of Galatians, Galatians Chapter 3 and we want to speak tonight about children o f the king. I trust that most everybody here is a child of the king although there may be some tonight and probably are some tonight who are not children of the king and you'll see tonight what a privilege it is if you...

by Ken Trivette

There is one thing I have learned in the past 23 years; being a father is not an easy job. It is at times a delightful experience, but there are times when it is also a difficult excursion.As every parent knows, parenting is not without it's rewards, but it also not without its responsibilities. It is not without its thrills, but it also not...

by Charles H. Spurgeon

You have here before you the advice of King Solomon, rightly reckoned to be one of the wisest of men; and verily he must be wise indeed who could excel in wisdom the son of David, the king of Israel. It is worth while to listen to what Solomon has to say; it must be good for the most intelligent young person to listen, and to ...

by Robert Walker

Ferdinand Magellan took 35 compasses with him when he started on his voyage around the world. A ship without a compass is doomed. Well friend I believe the Bible teaches us that so is a life without hope. The story is told of a businessman who, having an errand to run at his office, took his young son along with him. He asked the ...

by Jerry Watts