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Browsing Archive: April, 2015

04/26/15 Wind Me Up!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Sunday, April 26, 2015, In : Sermon 
Life is a Test Series (James 1:2-4)

Intro: God often gives me the strangest things to ponder on when I sit down to work on a sermon. The strange thing He allowed me to put to thought this week comes from the toy store. I recall in a distant past walking into a toy store as I was walking through a mall; and the first thing I notice was a few of these windup toys in a wood box up on a stand, elevated enough that little kids couldn’t easily steal the toy. I noticed after you would wind up one o...

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04/19/15 Bondservant!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, April 20, 2015, In : Sermon 
Life is a Test Series - Introduction (James 1:1)

Intro: Wouldn’t you know it; my last class that was required for me to graduate from Liberty University was a Math Class. Why in the world would a student of Biblical Studies need a math class to graduate? I believe it was the most intense class I experience since I started my schooling in the early 1990’s. The Book alone was over 900 hundred pages. It cost $250.00 it had within its covers; learning the art of problem solving. Numeration sys...

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04/12/15 A Life's Mission!

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, In : Sermon 
Intro: The Need for Power

Illustration: — Homer Lindsay Jr.

I have a TV set in the house, and it won’t work. The Olympics are coming soon, and I want to see those Olympics. I want to see those guys run dashes. I want to see them run those distances. I want to see the Dream Team play again. But my TV won’t work. I fuss at it. I growl at it. I snarl at it. I say, “You sorry thing, you cost me a lot of money, and you won’t work. The guarantees they give you are not worth the paper the...

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04/05/15 Why Do You Seek the Living Amongst the Dead?

Posted by Pastor Steve Siegrist on Monday, April 6, 2015, In : Sermon 
Easter Sunday

Intro: Jesus Christ, conquered death, Hell and the grave forever. Oh what a morning it was when Jesus rose again! Oh what a morning it was when He pulled the stinger from death and gave life eternal to all those who will place their faith in Him. You see: HE IS ALIVE this morning! The tomb was empty. Discovering the empty tomb was the greatest discovery in human history. The great tragedy is that most people either are not aware that Jesus arose or do not believe that He arose. E...

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