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Stay Strong, Stay Positive, and Never Give Up

All right for the sermon today I've been thinking about this topic for some time, quite a bit here recently. Some of you are note takers so if you want to write a title down and give that to you, I don't always do that right out of the gate, but today I will. The title today is: Stay Strong, Stay Positive, and Never Give Up. Stay Strong, Stay Positive, and Never Give Up. I'd like to begin by telling you a short story. I haven't told this story very often so most of you will not have heard it. This is a true story, it happened a lot of years ago now. I'll be, I�??m 59, I'll be 60 in February and I was 6 or 7 when this happened. We were living on a farm in North Dakota about 7 miles south of the Canadian border. ...

 
 
 
By: Randy Wayne
God's Give Way of Life

You know, you all know that we're not professional speakers. When we get up here we're butchers, bakers and candlestick makers. Painters, farmers and elevator makers, whatever. And so we all draw from our own experience as we draw from our life and I like that. I'm the first century, the Disciples were tent makers and carpenters and fishermen and you know just regular people which we all are. And no one needs to be puffed up and so we draw from our experiences and I have a little story before I give the title of the sermon. It's a little cow story which will play into what I'm going to talk about this afternoon. So as I mentioned we live in southern Indiana, we're only a couple miles from the Ohio River and we have a small farm but it's very steep hills. ...

 
 
 
By: Sheldon Monson
The Beast IS Rising in Europe

Today I want to talk about it, really it's a newsworthy topic. The title of this sermon, if you write titles is: The Beast IS Rising in Europe. And all of our young people it seems that are attending here are pretty zealous and they, I noticed that a lot of them are really putting the time in to prove things. Just study the bible, they're going back and listening and listening to telecasts and things back in Worldwide and reading articles, the Correspondence course and other things and doing their homework. And it's a great way to get an education in the bible and things of the bible is to go back and read and study what men were inspired to write. And how they explained and how they taught what the scriptures meant and you know gave us a good foundation to build on. God always says, ...

 
 
 
By: Jason Fritts
A Relationship Built to Last

So what is the depth of our understanding of the Word of God? Does it matter? Have we learned it all? These can be interesting questions I guess to wonder if we've learned it all. We know that the Bible is the mind of God in print. It's God's mind. He's chosen the words. He's chosen the letters. He's put it together. He's has composed it. This is the way that He speaks to us, He talks to us. He gives us this understanding, the encouragement, all of it. It's put here with a purpose. Now I know sometimes we could perhaps go through it and say, well I don't understand why that's there. There are certain phrases, I think very specifically about something I was reading this morning. It talked about the measurement of an omer. It was something so brief it seems almost insigni ...

 
 
 
By: Jack Lowe
Going On to Perfection

If you would be turning over to Hebrews Chapter 5. I love the story about the squirrel. I could've used that a few times myself as a young man. My dad used to take long naps and Sunday afternoon and I'd do all sorts of odd things that I shouldn't have done. Like he had a nice looking, beautiful 52 Cadillac. I don't know if any of you know what those look like, they're beautiful. You see some around town now we're having a car show around here. And one Sunday I sawed the muffler off while he was asleep. He didn't believe the squirrel did it either. He found the hacksaw. I was about 12 years old so I used to get into trouble a lot. In the last few weeks I haven't been in much trouble. Hebrews, Chapter 5, Paul writing I'm sure, others may have other ideas about that but I c ...

 
 
 
By: Sheldon Monson
Are You a Balanced Christian?

The title of this sermon I'll just start with that today. It's an important topic, something I feel needs to be addressed and talked about and the title is: Are You a Balanced Christian? Are you a balanced Christian? Have you ever felt that maybe your life is a little off balance or out of balance? Maybe you work too much, maybe you get too little sleep. Our society certainly is very busy, at least in this country and most people are over committed and have too many things on their plate. We have to learn to prioritize things and we have to realize that there are some things in life that are more critical than others. Some things that are more important than others and living a balanced life means that we have to determine what the most important things are and expend our time and ener ...

 
 
 
By: Jason Fritts
The Legacy We Leave Behind

As we continue to count, as we said earlier, Happy day 14. As we continue to count to Pentecost, time marches on. God's always got us moving. Looking toward the next step, our eyes fixed on the goal, on the prize set before us. Envisioning what we are trying to accomplish and setting the right goals. Making the right moves that we may obtain our imperishable crown. Being resurrected in the first resurrection as a first fruit. As a chosen member of God's first great spiritual harvest becoming the very bride of Jesus Christ is not going to happen by accident. Have you ever seen someone who's never bowled before? Bowling, you ever seen somebody who's never bowled before? They kind of walk out there and they just throw a strike the very first time. ...

 
 
 
By: Todd Lawrence
Our Life In Transition

Anyways it's good to see everyone here in getting through the first part of God's plan, the Passover, the Days of Unleavened Bread and now we move on. You know brethren that life always seems to be in transition. There's always change going on and that's just a part of who we are, a part of our life. I know that the last couple years personally you know with our farming operation that change and transition has been going on with my son and myself. As I'm getting older and I understand that we have to look out for what we've built over the years that if we don't take measures, the government with inheritance taxes and the such would bring upon us and as it has unfortunately on other situations tax consequences. ...

 
 
 
By: Sheldon Monson
The Battle Is the Lord's

For the sermon today I'd like to begin the service by just telling you a story. When we were planning adventure trips my wife and I planned them for years. We started back in 2005 and we would accept campers and staff and go to national parks and do hikes. Usually about 5 days in the back country, put in at one part of the back country, come out at a different part. Sometimes we do a giant circle and come right back to where we started. Other times we had to shuttle cars to the other end of the route so that we could get to those, we'd always have some base camp people and they'd be shuttling cars for like 3 days to get them to the other end. So when we got there we had something to get into and go back to our housing and then we'd get a good day of whitewater rafting on whatever t ...

 
 
 
Warning Signs of Sin and Its Consequences

Signs play a very significant role in the purpose in our purpose in everyday life. On the way to services today you may have depended on a traffic sign to get you here safely, whether it was a stop sign, speed limit sign. I hate them but no. But they do direct and guide our travels. A traffic sign can indicate a hazard ahead on the road that may be not readily apparent to the driver. We depend on signs to warn us of pending danger, don't we? I brought it with me a visual example of that today. I think it shows up on your screen there, but this is a sign that would find on an escalator at a shopping mall or at an airport. ...

 
 
 
Who Is Responsible for the Death of Jesus Christ?

I want to begin by just telling you a short story, it's a true story. When we were just kids in the Church we lived down in North Dakota in a place called the Turtle Mountains and it was like turtle mountains, rolling mountains, grass covered mountains, lot of trees, of all different species. Quite a bit of wildlife and it was a mixture of forested area and farmland and we had about 365 acres. It was a farm my grandfather had farmed and my dad had took over the job of farming that property when we moved out from Minneapolis. I was born in Minneapolis and I was 3 when we moved out to North Dakota. And I guess my sister, Nancy who is here, was born at that time. Maybe my brother Darrell was right about that time we were moving and we got out into North Dakota, we were farming and it was t ...

 
 
 
By: Larry Alverio
In Our Modern Day Wilderness

I like to if you turn, go to your bibles and turn to page 145. Okay, I think it's, let's go to Psalms 145. I'd like to begin here in Psalms 145 because we are instructed to teach in due season and He tells us that we are required. Anyone who comes behind here this podium to instruct God's people to teach them. We are required to teach them in due season. So he tells us here, the eyes of all look expectedly to you and you give them their food in due season. So here we find that you know we are required anyone who comes in front of the congregation to teach, that is it's Holy days like this, we teach in due season. ...

 
 
 
The Plan of Redemption Through the Blood

You have heard the expression, "Freedom isn't Free". It is an American idiom that describes sacrifice during times of crisis being used widely in the United States to express gratitude to the military for defending freedom. John Adams said this about liberty and freedom, he said "Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our maker. But if we had not, our Fathers have earned and bought it for us at the expense of their ease. At the expense of their estates and acts at the expense of their pleasures and their blood". Quite a statement that John Adams made. ...

 
 
 
We Must Walk In the Footsteps of Jesus Christ

I did want to talk about my accident a little bit because it's inspiration for what I'm going to talk about. And back in January I got caught in a piece of equipment. It pretty well crushed my left hip and pelvis area. It's pretty serious, my life hung in the balance for a few minutes and I knew it and you know God numbers our days and so you're not always sure. And I know there are many hearing this that have been sick and you're wondering is this end of death or will I come out of it. And even now Mr. Stephenson, others are in some serious situations and we need to keep them in our prayers. But we don't know, we don't know what God's will is for us but we have hope and we have faith and so that's where I was and I spent 2 weeks, almost a month between hospital and ...

 
 
 
By: Todd Lawrence
Mercy, God's Gift To Mankind

As Mr. Matherly said it's just a short 3 weeks before we do again, have Passover service. The Spring Holy days are upon us and where the time has gone, has gone very quickly as the years keep ticking by. But as we come to this season again, you know we are reminded of it. We want to reflect back and we want to certainly see where our growth or our areas of maybe no growth. Maybe we're stuck in an area but that plagues us that we need to continue to work on. And it is that time of year though that we make our recommitment, our commitment again to Jesus Christ and God our Father. If we turn to 2nd Corinthians, 2nd Corinthians, go to Chapter 13. ...

 
 
 

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