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Audio Sermons : By Scripture : Matthew

 Matthew 27:15 by Worth Ellis

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Scripture(s): Matthew 27:15  
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 Understanding Our Salvation by Harold Erickson

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Scripture(s): Matthew 9:9  
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 Conference Devotional 1983 by Jim Flanigan

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Scripture(s): Matthew 27:57  
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 As Secure as You Know How by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Matthew 27:65  
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 Attaining Immortality by Robert B. Thompson

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Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 15:12-26, 1 Samuel 28:11, Matthew 27:52  
Description: Dr. Thompson presents a very thorough, fascinating case for focusing our hope on the resurrection of the body instead of the ascension (rapture). He discusses why it is so important that we are raised from the dead, and how focusing on ‘gaining entrance heaven’ is actually counterproductive, since it bypasses the very heart of God and His grand plan. (1 hr 8 min 25 sec)
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 Ezra #1: Introduction To The Book Of Ezra by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Ezra 9:8, Matthew 12:10  
Description: The greatest summary of revival in the whole Bible is found in the three revivals portrayed in the book of Ezra. Ed Miller opens the series by warning against failing to rest in the Lord and teaching the prevailing theme of wholeness and restoration that is pertinent to every believer in Christ.
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 Sweet Comfort for Feeble Saints by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Matthew 12:20  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON SABBATH MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1855, BY THE REV. C. H. SPURGEON, AT NEW PARK STREET CHAPEL, SOUTHWARK. “A bruised reed shall he not break, and smoking flax shall he not quench, till he send forth judgement unto victory.”-Matthew 12:20. BABBLING fame ever loves to talk of one man or another. Some there be whose glory it trumpets forth, and whose honor it extols above the heavens. Some are her favorites, and their names are carved on marble, and heard in every land, and every clime. Fame is not an impartial judge; she has her favorites. Some men she extols, exalts, and almost deifies; others, whose virtues are far greater, and whose characters are more deserving of commendation, she passes by unheeded, and puts the finger of silence on her lips. You will generally find that those persons beloved by fame are men made of brass or iron, and cast in a rough mould. Fame caresseth Ceasar, because he ruled the earth with a rod of iron. Fame loves Luther, because he boldly and manfully defied the Pope of Rome, and with knit brow dared laugh at the thunders of the Vatican. Fame admires Knox; for he was stern, and proved himself the bravest of the brave. Generally, you will find her choosing out the men of fire and mettle, who stood before their fellow-creatures fearless of them, men who were made of courage; who were consolidated lumps of fearlessness, and never knew what timidity might be.
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 (Luke) 41 - Relationship-Chap16 by Ed Miller

Topic: Relationships
Scripture(s): Luke 15:3-7, Matthew 18:12-15, Luke 16  
Description: Luke 16 is one of the most 'thorny' chapters of the Bible, but the summary of it is relationship. Ed points out four keys to help understand the parable of the unjust steward and how it underscores that relationships--with God and real friends--are more important than money.
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 (John The Baptist Comes To Town) - Part 2 Calling Men to Come Clean With God by Rolfe Barnard

Topic: John The Baptist
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:2, Mark 1:14-15  
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 WHY IS IT THAT WE EXPERIENCE SO LITTLE OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN? by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:2  
Description: God has established a church of His followers to help Him build His Kingdom. But why is it that we experience so little of the Kingdom of Heaven? This meditation will answer this question.
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 WHY IS IT THAT WE EXPERIENCE SO LITTLE OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN? by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:2  
Description: God has established a church of His followers to help Him build His Kingdom. But why is it that we experience so little of the Kingdom of Heaven?
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 Baptism of Fire by David Wilkerson

Topic: Baptism Of Fire
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:3-11  
Description: Preaching out of Matthew 3, Pastor Wilkerson talks about the difference between the Baptism of repentance/water and the baptism of fire that John the Baptist informs the world about.
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 To know the Holy Spirit by Erlo Stegen

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Scripture(s): Matthew 3:11-12  
Description: A certain American preacher called a Dutch Reformed and Baptist minister to the front and asked them, "when you baptise people who uses the most water?" Obviously the Baptists do. But the problem is that when both parties baptise people, the tongue is not baptised. There are both Baptists and Dutch Reformed people who gossip, slander and ruin other's characters by their tongue. The Holy Spirit: When the Holy Spirit descended on Jesus He descended as a dove, but when He descended on the disciples at Pentecost, He descended as tongues of fire, signifying that the first to be touched and transformed when a person is baptised with the Holy Spirit is a person's tongue.
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 Making Much Of Jesus by Ralph Sexton

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Scripture(s): Matthew 1:18, Exodus 15:6, Philippians 2:9  
Description: How can we look above the storms of life? It's by making much of Jesus! Ralph Sexton preaches the greatness of Jesus and His power, His promises, His preeminence and more. In tune with his numerous witticisms, he exhorts, "We should be looking for the Upper Taker, not the undertaker."
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 Wholly Sanctified #3 - The Soul by Stephen Kaung

Topic: Sanctification
Scripture(s): Matthew 10:38-39, 1 Thessalonians 5:23-24, Hebrews 4:12-13  
Description: Stephen discusses the interaction of the spirit, soul, and body, and how the soul is sanctified through the life of Christ.
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 HOW TO BECOME SATISFIED by Basilea Schlink

Topic: Radio Show
Scripture(s): Matthew 10:39  
Description: God is a father of love, and therefore nothing concerns Him more than that His children be happy, thankful, joyful children in their Father's house. Kanaan is the home of the Evangelical Sisterhood of Mary, an international, interdenominational organization founded in 1947 within the framework of the German Evangelical (Protestant) Church. Website: www.kanaan.org
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 Faith Victorious by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Matthew 15:21-28  
Description: Then Jesus went thence, and departed into the coasts of Tyre and Sidon. And, behold, a woman of Canaan came out of the same coasts, and cried unto him, saying, Have mercy on me, O Lord, thou Son of David, my daughter is grievously vexed with a devil. But he answered her not a word. And his disciples came and besought him, saying, Send her away; for she crieth after us. But he answered and said, I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel. Then came she and worshipped him, saying, Lord, help me. But he answered and said, It is not meet to take the children's bread, and to cast it to dogs. And she said, Truth, Lord: yet the dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their masters' table. Then Jesus answered and said unto her, O woman great is thy faith: be it unto thee even as thou wilt. And her daughter was made whole from that very hour.' - Matthew 15:21-28. WE learn from this chapter, dear friends, that our Master was tired of battling with hypocrites and formalists, and therefore withdrew himself from them. They had come to him with their foolish charges that his disciples did not observe the traditions of the elders, and they made a great fuss about meats, and drinks, and washing of hands, and all sorts of trifles...
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 The Secret And Strength Of Revival Praying by Ian Paisley

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Scripture(s): Matthew 15:21-28  
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 The True Blessedness of the Child of God by Philip Rudolph

Topic: Child Of God
Scripture(s): Psalms 16:6, Matthew 15:24  
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 One of the Master's Choice Sayings by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Matthew 14:16  
Description: “But Jesus said unto them, They need not depart.” — Matthew 14:16. OF course the Master was right, but he appeared to speak unreasonably. It seemed self-evident that the people very much needed to depart. They had been all day long hearing the preacher, the most of them had not broken their fast, and they were ready to faint for hunger. The only chance of their being fed was to let them break up into small parties, and forage for themselves among the surrounding villages. But our Lord declared that there was no necessity for them to go away from him, even though they were hungry, and famished, and in a desert place. Now, if there was no necessity for hungry hearers to go away, much less will it ever be needful for loving disciples to depart from him. If these, who were hearers only, - and the bulk of them were nothing more, a congregation collected by curiosity, and held together by the charm of his eloquence, and by the renown of his miracles, - if these needed not to depart, much leas need they depart who are his own friends and companions, his chosen and beloved. If the crowds needed not through hunger to depart bodily, much less need any of the saints depart spiritually from their Lord. There is no necessity that our communion with Christ should ever be suspended...
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