Monthly Archives: March 2014

WHAT’S YOUR HURRY

Have you ever noticed that it seems that many are in a hurry to get out of worship services? It also seems that many want to spend as little time in worship as they can get by with. Why do … Continue reading

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ODE TO A HIRELING

Preach a sermon, preacher; But make it short and sweet; Our stomachs strike at 12 o’clock, And I intend to eat. Preach a sermon, preacher; I care not what you say; As long as you leave me alone, And fire … Continue reading

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GOD’S WORD IS A FIRE

GOD’S WORD IS A FIRE INTRODUCTION A. Jeremiah 23:21-32 is found in a context speaking against the false prophet. 1. Verse 21 – God said that there were some prophets who He did not send, nor spoke to, and yet, … Continue reading

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GET FOCUSED

Do we have selective hearing or seeing? Sure, we all do. Every second, our brain is bombarded with sensory data from all five senses. You sit down and in just a few moments stop consciously focusing on the feel of … Continue reading

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ATTEND IT UP

Absenteeism will kill an organization. It will kill any congregation. It has been said that the most effective way to build up the church is to “attend it up.” Therefore, the members of a congregation must decide for themselves: “Do … Continue reading

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If I Were the Devil

Tonight on the Harris and Moore Expedition Through the Bible we will be discussing: “If I were the Devil.” Listen in tonight at 7:00pm CST at http://www.harrisandmoore.org Don’t forget to signup for our podcast on our webpage You have heard … Continue reading

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THE DISOBEDIENCE OF A YOUNG PROPHET (1 Kings 13:1-32) INTRODUCTION A. Shortly after the death of Solomon the kingdom of Israel was divided 1. Jeroboam … Israel 2. Rehoboam … Judah a. Followed bad advice b. Partly responsible for the … Continue reading

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