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Lessons Out of the Past - To understand the physical laws governing the body and to bring the life practices into harmony with these laws is both a Christian duty and God's ideal for His children.

Passing on What Was Received - "The ordinance of the Lord's Supper was given to commemorate the great deliverance wrought out as the result of the death of Christ." (<i>Desire of Ages</i>, 652-653).

A Call to Work - God calls for each of us to work in some way in His vineyard." He has given us gifts, talents, abilities and life-experiences that will make our work enjoyable and fruitful.

I and Thou - Divorce and neglect of children are two ways we demonstrate our inhumanity. Jesus invites us to the kingdom practice of embracing the least of these -- children, women, our spouses, our closest friends, strangers with godly compassion.

My Father and Your Father - God is our Father. The expression Father is used through all the Bible as an illustration of the kind of relationship God wants to have with us.

Jesus Does Everything Well - Through two miracles Jesus declares His love for people and the professed believers of his Father's kingdom.

Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven - Jesus changes the conversation from "how to do to heaven" to "how to enter the kingdom" or what life in the kingdom is like.

I Have Found David - Health and temperance are part of a truly balanced life. The basis for balance is found only by recognizing that God loves us just as we are, and that He loves us too much to leave us that way.

A Fully-Funded Adventure - God's stands behind each new Christian with heaven's bank account of grace, wealth and mercy. Nothing that comes our way overwhelms God's ability to provide for our needs.

A Christian Home - Worship is an integral part of a Christian home; it brings the members of the family closer to each other and closer to God.

You've Got to Grow Up - Just as we want our children to grow and mature into adulthood, so our heavenly Father wants us to move beyond childish things and mature spiritually into adult disciples.

Always a Lonely Road - The decision to follow Jesus is one we must make for ourselves. It is never a group thing, but an individual choice that may take us down a lonely road. But Jesus always journeys with us.

Deserving a Sergeant's Stripes - Jesus calls for our total allegiance and obedience. Giving Him both is easy when we realize what He has done in our behalf.

A Fox and a Barnyard Fire - As Jesus tries to gather us closer to himself, we are constantly scurrying about, out from under his protection and into the face of danger. Fortunately, He doesn't give up on us easily.

The Healing Power of Prayer - Whatever the need, prayer provides us with the opportunity to come to God as to a friend to share our praises and requests.

Mr. Rogers and God - Mr. Rogers provides a wonderful motif to help your listeners relate to the gentle qualities of God's love.

Teach Them Diligently - Based upon Deut 6:6-12, this message underscores the truth and responsibilty that Christian parents have to nurture their children in the Lord.

The Peril of Losing our Burden for Souls - Soul winning still is the number one priority in the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is the desire of Jesus that every member be committed to the soul-winning action of His church.

Sacred Cows or Holy Lives? - We, like the Pharisees, have been content to focus on sacred cows rather than the harder path of holy lives. Jesus insists that holy lives is what really counts!

When Your Brook Dries Up - Don't be alarmed by life's difficulties and trials. God has a thousand ways to provides for you needs, when you trust ourself to His care.

Is This Really the Right Road? - Being a follower of God requires faith, patience, and perseverance. Even when we are disoriented and confused, our best hope is to continue on the path He has chosen for us.

The Second Coming of Christ - The Second Coming of Christ is the blessed hope, it is an event of promise. The clarion call of Scripture is that we live in anticipation and preparation for that great day.

Face to Face with the Devil - When we come face-to-face with the devil, our strength is to be found in Scripture.

Parallelism - God goes out of his way to repeat his message of love to us, just in case we get distracted, forget, or just don't get it the first time.

Honest Idoims - There is a judgment to come and God is looking for a people that will represent him accurately to the world before we depart.

Tale of Two Hills - We give witness to the glorified, transfigured Christ with our faces turned toward the future in which we will all stand before his glory.

Image of the Divine - We should be a good reflection of the divine. Can others see Jesus in the reflection that your giving off? Scripture says, "Let this mind be in you." "If you have seen me, you have seen the Father."

Three P's in a Pod - It's hard to get married. It's even harder to stay married. For it to last, every marriage requires a love that is pre-eminent, practiced and permanent.

The Upside-Down Kingdom - Can we let go of our pride, our individualism, and our need to go it alone? Can we truly "live together" as a band of strangers and urban pilgrims, bound together by the Way of Jesus?

The Good News Can Get You Killed - Sometimes truth is so obvious people have a hard time accepting it. Are we willing to let Jesus say what needs to be said to us personally and collectively without responding in a negative way?

Jesus Has Already Been There - The following funeral message of hope can be easily memorized and delivered without notes. The repetitious use of the title phrase, Jesus Has Already Been There, can be a powerful trumpet of...

Silent Witness - What kind of witness are we for God? Do we realize how many opportunities each day holds for us to act or speak in favor of God's ideals?

Via Crucis - Mark 8:27-38 - We don't understand Jesus as well as we think we do. Jesus invites us to lose our lives and pursue a cross-life - this is the call of discipleship.

Blind Obedience to a Leader Named Do - God's calls us to an intelligent faith, one that examines evidence and understands the costs, yet still has the courage to follow.


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