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I've noticed a trend in T.V. and movies of late and that is the marriage of the occult with science fiction or comedy or regular weekly soap operas. There was a time when the various characters and beliefs of the occult, such as witches and demons and fortunetelling etc. were relegated to scary movies or horror. (Numbers 23:23)
Now when we think about it we might not at first see the connection between the two but hopefully, after this lesson, you will see that there would be no Christmas without the Holy Spirit.
My father was not very patient, especially around Christmas time. The tradition in French Canada where I grew up was that the children would go to bed and at the stroke of midnight the parents would wake them up to come and see what Santa had left. (Luke 2:25)
This lesson is a devotional meditation on the core spiritual exercise of the Christian faith.
My Most Dangerous Sermon
This sermon looks at the reasons why the "money" sermon is dangerous for the preacher to preach but so necessary for the church to hear.
This sermon looks at the qualities of character that are appealing in the opposite sex from a Christian perspective.
In Psalm 27 David provides an example of the kind of attitude a believer should have when facing tough times. (Psalm 27:14)
A psalm written by David goes through the phases that every victim of sin must go through (including the Modern Aids patient) in order to reach peace with self and God. (Psalm 6:1-10)
God's power is revealed and experienced in His Word. This lesson outlines seven of these specific powers. (Jeremiah 23:29)
The New You
In I Corinthians 6 Paul talks about a radical change that is possible and permanent and describes the three steps that lead to this new you. (I Corinthians 6:9-11)
This lesson explores the qualifications necessary if one were to be considered for employment in Heaven. (Barnabas) (Philippians 2:25-27)
EQ (Emotional quotient) and IQ (Intelligence Quotient) measure various parts of our personality and thinking but to be a well rounded Christian we must also measure our LQ (Love Quotient) (Galatians 5:13-14)
This lesson examines the "freedom" that Paul mentions in Galatians 5:1 and what it means in both spiritual and practical terms in a Christian's life. (Galatians 5:1)
This lesson talks about the parable about workers and their work and how God rewards His laborers. (Matthew 20:1-16)
Being effective in sharing our faith requires that we salt all our speech with grace, not just know the facts about religion. (I Thessalonians 2:1-12)
The Gospel is God's power to save but there are many things that defeat it in this world. This lesson examines those forces which win out in the short term. (Romans 1:16)
The tragic story of an exceptionally gifted servant of God who fails to live up to his potential and calling. (Samson) (Judges 13)
This sermon examines the ways that Christians can maintain the pilgrim attitude so necessary to successfully navigate this world on the journey to the next.
The Apostle Paul's makes the case not only for the inspired source of the Bible but also the importance of learning it as soon as possible in one's life. (II Timothy 3:12-17)
This lesson reviews the actual reasons why the act of giving provides a greater reward than the act of receiving. (Acts 20:30-35)
Some think that the only thing that concerns men are sports and ties for Father's day. This lesson examines God's special requirements of men in this and every century. (I Corinthians 16:13)