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faith

Will He Find Faith on the Earth?

Perhaps you’ve scratched your head when your friend sees a monster truck and has said, “Wow!  That’s just like my VW Beetle.”  We’re conditioned to see similarities rather than differences, used to comparing rather than contrasting.  That’s why we have… Continue Reading →

Increase Our Faith!

When we’re facing a difficult task or situation, someone often compares it to eating an elephant–that it can be done one bite at a time!  Jesus uses the tiny mustard seed to describe the smallest amount of faith needed to… Continue Reading →

Faith Under Trial

“Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see” Hebrews 11:1. Faith, by very definition, means that we are trusting in God during a trial of uncertain outcome. Abraham could see… Continue Reading →

Rethink Your Religion

Recently my wife and I attended a high school musical to support some of her students involved.  We asked a teacher selling tickets how it was, and her answer was “It’s so good, it’ll make you rethink your religion.”  This… Continue Reading →

What You Have Seen & Heard

Pastafarians, worshipers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, created their religion to mock Christians, declaring that there’s as much evidence for faith in the FLM as there is for our faith in God.  But that simply is not true.  There’s much… Continue Reading →

Detailed outline: ‘John 3.16 in Chapter Context’

Weylan Deaver works with the Sherman Drive congregation in Denton TX and shares this PDF, a detailed outline about the most popular verse in the Bible. He uses chapter 3 to show that faith mentioned in verse 16 is not… Continue Reading →

Things that don’t make sense

Zeal without knowledge, Prov 19.2; Rom 10.2. Riches without wisdom, Eccl 4.13; Mark 10.17-27. Sex without commitment, Gen 2.24; Heb 13.4. Hope without reason, Prov 10.28; 1 Pet 3.15. Faith without obedience, Acts 6.7; Rom 1.5; Jas 2.14-26. What points… Continue Reading →

The progress of faith

Matthew 16 shows people from unbelief to faithfulness in following the Lord.

The death of Christ as an act of God’s love

A full sermon outline on John 3.16.

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