The Zondervan 2001 Pastor's Annual

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Overview

This is an annual resource for preachers that provides a planned preaching program for an entire year, including Sunday morning, Sunday evening, and midweek sermons as well as helps for special occasions such as weddings, funerals, and youth meetings.

A Storehouse of Practical Help:

Morning and Evening Services for Every Sunday in the Year

Sermon Topics and Texts Fully Indexed

Definitive and Usable Sermon Outlines

Devotionals and Bible Studies for Midweek Services

Fresh and Applicable Illustrations

Appropriate Hymn Selections

Special-Day Services for Church and Civil Calendars

Meditations on Lord's Supper Observance

Wedding Ceremonies and Themes

Funeral Messages and Scriptures

Basic Pastoral Ministry Helps

Messages for Children and Young People

Offertory Prayers

Author Biography: T. T. Crabtree, now retired, was for many years the pastor of the First Baptist Church in Springfield, Missouri. He has also taught preaching and homiletics in Southern Baptist seminaries.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780310232735
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication date: 8/1/2000
  • Series: Ideas Library
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 5.41 (w) x 8.42 (h) x 1.18 (d)

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The Zondervan 2001 Pastor's Annual

An Idea and Resource Book
By T. T. Crabtree

Zondervan

Copyright © 2000 Zondervan
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0-310-23273-2


Chapter One

Suggested preaching program for the month of JANUARY

* Sunday Mornings

Taking a look at the coming year is comparable to examining a road map. As we face Highway 2001, we stand in need of guidance. The suggested theme for the morning messages is "Finding and Following God's Guidelines."

* Sunday Evenings

Not only do we need guidance as we face a new year, but we also need to recognize and respond to our spiritual resources. The suggested theme is "Questions People Ask About the Holy Spirit."

* Wednesday Evenings

Some things in life are optional while other things are essential. We will look at some essentials in a Wednesday evening series entitled "Great Imperatives for Effective Living." On the last Wednesday evening of the month, we will change our focus a bit as we begin a series from Paul's letter to the Philippians called "Great Imperatives for Christian Living."

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3

Title: An Imperative Regarding the Negative and the Positive

Text: "Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect" (Rom. 12:2 RSV).

Scripture Reading: Romans 12:1-2

Introduction

Let us rejoice that we find ourselves on Highway 2001 with all of its opportunities for ministry to others and service to our Lord. In order that we might do a better job for our Lord, ourselves, and others, we are going to look at some of the great imperatives found in the writings of the apostle Paul as he wrote to the churches that were dear to his heart.

Paul's great challenge to the church at Rome provides us with an appropriate imperative with which to begin the new year. The imperatives in our text require that we give careful attention to the forces at work that affect our lives both negatively and positively. The negative imperative in our text calls attention to a great danger we all face-the peril of being contaminated by the environment in which we live. The positive imperative calls upon us to experience an inward spiritual transformation that produces a radical change in our conduct in the midst of this compromising environment in which we live.

I. The bold challenge to full commitment (Rom. 12:1).

Paul issues a challenge to all disciples of the Lord Jesus to present their bodies as a living sacrifice in service to God and others. Phillips translates this bold challenge: "With eyes wide open to the mercies of God, I beg you, my brothers, as an act of intelligent worship, to give him your bodies, as a living sacrifice, consecrated to him and acceptable by him." This is a pivotal verse. That which precedes is doctrinal, and that which follows is very practical. The first portion of the book deals with our beliefs, and the balance of the book deals with the expression of those beliefs in behavior.

II. An imperative regarding a great peril.

"Do not be conformed to this world" (Rom. 12:2 RSV). Phillips translates this warning in a powerful way: "Don't let the world around you squeeze you into its own mold." As the redeemed children of God, having been made new creatures in Christ Jesus (2 Cor. 5:17), we live in a world system that is under the dominion of the evil one (1 John 5:19). The sinful world in which we live is not passive and unconcerned. Evil is aggressive, and it requires effort for us to prevail against the squeezing, conforming power of the world system in which we live.

God calls us to be different. We are to be dead to sin and alive to God (Rom. 6:4, 11-14). Instead of responding affirmatively to temptations, we are to respond as dead persons. We must not permit either our evil nature within or the evil world about us to dominate us. We are to conduct ourselves as the beloved children of God, walking in the light rather than in darkness (Eph. 5:3-14). Paul told the Colossians to put to death that which was earthly and evil in their nature (Col. 3:5-9) and to put on the new nature and live as God's chosen ones (vv. 10-17).

III. An imperative regarding an exciting possibility.

"Be transformed by the renewal of your mind" (Rom. 12:2 RSV). Paul uses a Greek word here with which people today are familiar. It is the word metamorphosis, and it means to change the nature.

A farmer raised a field of cabbage but was unable to sell it. The cabbage went to waste in the field, and many cabbages were eaten by worms. Later the farmer's son noticed small yellow butterflies in the field where the cabbage had been raised. He learned that the worms had changed into butterflies. The technical name for that change is metamorphosis.

Paul is urging his readers to experience a remarkable transformation that is possible by a renewal of the mind that comes when one is born again and filled with the Holy Spirit. It is the work of the Holy Spirit using the Scriptures and a responsive heart to bring about inward mental and spiritual transformation that is manifested outwardly in a change in one's conduct.

If you would change your conduct, you must change your creed. If you would change your behavior, you must first of all change your beliefs. If you would become truly Christian in your conduct, you must become Christlike in your thinking. For only by a revolutionary change in your thoughts can you experience a revolutionary change in your conduct. The call to repentance is in reality a call to a complete change in one's thought patterns and decision-making processes with reference to God, to sin, to self, to things, and to others. How much change has taken place in your thinking about God, yourself, others, and things during the past year?

Paul challenged the Philippian Christians to have the mind of Christ (Phil. 2:5). Only as we let the Holy Spirit change our thinking and cause us to think like Christ can we experience the transformation that needs to take place in our lives.

Conclusion

The glorious end result of refusing to be conformed to the world and of experiencing inward mental and spiritual transformation is to prove in our own experience that the will of God is good and acceptable and perfect.

You can never really know that God's will is best for you and for others until you make this complete commitment of yourself to God's will as he reveals it to you. So with eyes wide open to the mercies of God, present yourself to him.

SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7

Title: Trusting God's Guidance

Text: "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths" (Prov. 3:5-6).

Scripture Reading: Proverbs 3:1-8

Hymns: "Glorious Is Thy Name," McKinney "Take My Life, Lead Me, Lord," Rawls "Wherever He Leads, I'll Go," McKinney

Offertory Prayer: Heavenly Father, we begin this new year aware that our daily steps may be the walk of faith or the walk of disobedience. Help us to so commit ourselves to you that we will walk in the confidence of your guidance. Let this time of dedication of our gifts become for us a time of new commitment to follow where you lead and to do what you ask. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Introduction

We stand today at the gate of a new year and see the road ahead. We cannot see far, and without God's wisdom we will not see with understanding. At best, we expect to experience, beyond our present limited horizon, some complex and confusing turns in the road that will test our highest knowledge and deepest commitment. There will be hills to climb and bumpy sections to cross. How will we fare? Do we have any assurance that we can safely and successfully make it?

Our text says we can make it-and victoriously if we will trust God's guidance. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths."

This is an excellent watchword for the year, a battle cry for the testing times, a comfort and strength for our uncertainty. It is a sufficient substitute for a road map, even though our eyes cannot discern the turns, the stops, the difficulties, or the pleasures ahead. What does this text say to us?

I. God can guide us in our everyday living.

In every decision, every action, in every development of our lives, God will direct our paths.

A. The analogy of a road builder and maintenance chief are suggested in the word "direct." These assure that we travel to a desired destination as the road is built and maintained.

The Hebrew language contains several words for road or path, including words that refer to a highway, a way, a narrow path, a broad path, a trodden path, and a customary path or road. The word in Proverbs 3:6 is the customary or usual path or road. God relates to us as road builder and maintenance chief in the customary or day-to-day travels of our lives.

God cuts the road straight and keeps it useful. That is what is meant by the promise, "He shall direct thy paths." We can get where we ought to be because God is available to prepare the way. He is active in all our affairs. We may not see the road builder and the maintenance chief during every mile traveled, but we do not move an inch without their help. This analogy does not say enough, however.

B. God goes with us. The God who can guide us does, in fact, become personally involved with us on every inch of our journey. He promises: "I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye" (Ps. 32:8); "For this God is our God for ever and ever: he will be our guide even unto death" (Ps. 48:14); "The Lord shall guide thee continually" (Isa. 58:11); "Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth" (John 16:13).

II. God can guide us, but three conditions determine his guidance.

A. Acknowledge him. First, "in all thy ways acknowledge him." That is, in all the steps of your journey, see that you acknowledge God as your guide. We have likely had the experience of meeting a person on the street whom we knew well but who was preoccupied in thought or conversation and did not respond to our greeting. We either smilingly passed on by that person, spoke again, or touched the person on the shoulder. No slight was intended; our acknowledgment was simply missed. We also have experienced times when a preoccupied family member did not hear what we said, though we spoke directly to him or her. If this can happen in our relationships with friends and family members, it surely can happen in God's relationship with us. By our preoccupation we may miss his guidance. So if we have God's guidance, we must pay attention to him with the sensitivity of a faith that is alive and expectant, and not just in special moments of devotion and prayer. We are to acknowledge him in all our ways, in the days and the nights, at work and play, in rest or worship, in relationships, and when we are alone.

B. Trust him. This brings us to the second condition of God's guidance: "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart." We trust him in the hours of special need when there is no one else to trust. Or we trust him when we are called upon to do some unique assignment with which we feel insecure. But how about our trust level when we are unaware of needs, or when the ordinary experiences of life are in process? Trusting God, like loving him, must be total in degree. We must desire to please him totally in the ordinary experiences of every day.

Think of two professing Christians, both of whom affirm their faith in Jesus Christ. One is stable and copes with changes so smoothly that to the casual observer it seems easy. The other Christian is insecure. Any threatened difficulty creates a panic. If the currents of trouble are navigated at all, it is by the barest margin. What's the difference? The one with unwavering faith has sought and found God's guidance. The other "double-minded" person is unstable because he does not acknowledge God in all his ways.

C. Don't depend on yourself. These first two conditions may be labeled positive conditions. However, there is a third that can be labeled a negative condition: "Lean not to thine own understanding." The Revised Standard Version says, "Do not rely on your own insight." The Living Bible says, "Don't trust yourself." This condition suggests the absolute inadequacy of life without God's guidance. We really can't make it on our journey without him, and some people pay an unnecessarily high price to learn that self-management leads to endless defeat.

A family of faith decided not to trust God one day and leaned on their own understanding. God promised to Abraham and Sarah a child, but no child was born. After years of waiting, Sarah, thinking she was helping God out of his dilemma of not being able to provide a child, utilized the surrogate custom of that time. She gave her servant, Hagar, to Abraham. From that union Ishmael was born. In due time the child of promise, Isaac, was born to Sarah and Abraham. Eventually hostility and jealousy between the two women and the two boys came to such a crisis that Hagar and Ishmael were sent away. This personal hostility escalated into national hatred and religious persecution between Arabs and Jews, and Moslems and Christians. We only defeat ourselves and God's purpose when we lean on our own understanding.

Conclusion

God wants to give us his guidance. He knows our need for it; he knows our failure without it. But he likewise knows our capacity to follow his direction. He has a unique plan for each of us, and he waits for us to pay attention to him, to trust him with the whole heart, to reject our own abilities to guide ourselves. He can and will guide us when we trust him.

SUNDAY EVENING, JANUARY 7

Title: Who Is the Holy Spirit?

Text: "And it came to pass, that, while Apollos was at Corinth, Paul having passed through the upper coasts came to Ephesus: and finding certain disciples, he said unto them, Have ye received the Holy Ghost since ye believed? And they said unto him, We have not so much as heard whether there be any Holy Ghost" (Acts 19:1-2).]

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 8
Preface 9
Contributing Authors 10
Sermons
Jan 2 - Wed - In All Things Enriched by Him (1 Cor. 1:5) 11
Jan 6 - Sun AM - Another Comforter (John 14:16) 13
Jan 6 - Sun PM - What Manner of Man Is the Prophet? (Jer. 1:4-5) 15
Jan 9 - Wed - God Is Faithful (1 Cor. 1:9) 19
Jan 13 - Sun AM - The Continuing Presence of the Holy Spirit (John 14:16) 20
Jan 13 - Sun PM - Hosea--Time to Seek the Lord (Hos. 10:12) 22
Jan 16 - Wed - Unity in Christ (1 Cor. 1:10) 25
Jan 20 - Sun AM - Your Helplessness without the Help of the Holy Spirit (Zech. 4:6) 26
Jan 20 - Sun PM - Joel--Redeeming Lost Years (Joel 2:25) 29
Jan 23 - Wed - The Preaching of the Cross (1 Cor. 1:18) 32
Jan 27 - Sun AM - The Incarnate God (John 1:14) 33
Jan 27 - Sun PM - Amos--The Prophet of Tekoa (Amos 1:2; 5:24) 36
Jan 30 - Wed - Man's Extremity, God's Opportunity (1 Cor. 1:25) 39
Feb 3 - Sun AM - Playing Second Fiddle (John 1:26-27) 41
Feb 3 - Sun PM - Obadiah--Possessing Our Possessions (Obad. 17) 44
Feb 6 - Wed - That Which Is Prepared for God's Lovers (1 Cor. 2:9) 48
Feb 10 - Sun AM - Giver of Abundant Life (John 2:10) 49
Feb 10 - Sun PM - Jonah--The God Revealed to Jonah (Jonah 4:2) 52
Feb 13 - Wed - The Mind of Christ (1 Cor. 2:16) 55
Feb 17 - Sun AM - The Angry Jesus (John 2:15-16) 57
Feb 17 - Sun PM - Micah--The Requirements of Real Religion (Mic. 6:8) 60
Feb 20 - Wed - Things Freely Given Us (1 Cor. 2:12) 63
Feb 24 - Sun AM - Look What Love Does (John 3:16) 65
Feb 24 - Sun PM - Nahum--Woe to the Bloody City! (Nah. 3:1) 68
Feb 27 - Wed - God's Fellow Workers (1 Cor. 3:9) 71
Mar 3 - Sun AM - Either He Is or He Isn't (John 5:18) 73
Mar 3 - Sun PM - Habakkuk--The Just Shall Live by Faith (Hab. 2:4) 77
Mar 6 - Wed - The One Foundation (1 Cor. 3:11) 80
Mar 10 - Sun AM - What Do You Do for Hungry People? (John 6:11) 82
Mar 10 - Sun PM - Zephaniah--Jerusalem's Sins of Omission (Zeph. 3:2) 85
Mar 13 - Wed - Everyone's Work Shall Be Made Manifest (1 Cor. 3:13) 88
Mar 17 - Sun Am - When Grief Comes to Your House (John 11:21) 90
Mar 17 - Sun PM - Haggai--Rebuilding the Temple (Hag. 1:8) 93
Mar 20 - Wed - The Temple of God (1 Cor. 3:16) 97
Mar 24 - Sun AM - Moved by the Cross (John 12:32) 98
Mar 24 - Sun PM - Zechariah--Rejoice Greatly ... Your King Comes to You (Zech. 9:9-10) 102
Mar 27 - Wed - The Lord Knows the Thoughts of the Wise (1 Cor. 3:20) 105
Mar 31 - Sun AM - The Darkness Gave Way (John 20:1) 106
Mar 31 - Sun PM - Malachi--Religious Recession and Revival (Mal. 3:7) 110
Apr 3 - Wed - We Have This Treasure (1 Cor. 3:22-23) 114
Apr 7 - Sun AM - The Resurrection and Our Great Salvation (Heb. 7:25) 116
Apr 7 - Sun PM - The Great I Am (Exod. 3:14) 118
Apr 10 - Wed - Fools for Christ's Sake (1 Cor. 4:10) 121
Apr 14 - Sun AM - The Resurrection of Christ and Our Resurrection (1 Cor. 15:20) 123
Apr 14 - Sun PM - I Am the Bread of Life (John 6:35) 126
Apr 17 - Wed - The Kingdom of God in Power (1 Cor. 4:20) 128
Apr 21 - Sun AM - Responding Positively to the Indwelling Holy Spirit (Heb. 3:7-9) 129
Apr 21 - Sun PM - I Am the Light of the World (John 8:12) 132
Apr 24 - Wed - Is There No Wise Among You? (1 Cor. 6:5) 134
Apr 28 - Sun AM - The Holy Spirit and Our Great Salvation (1 Cor. 6:19-20) 135
Apr 28 - Sun PM - I Am the Gate for the Sheep (John 10:7) 137
May 1 - Wed - Kingdom Heirs (1 Cor. 6:9) 141
May 5 - Sun AM - Christ Lives within My Heart (Gal. 2:20) 143
May 5 - Sun PM - I Am the Good Shepherd (John 10:11) 145
May 8 - Wed - You Were Bought at a Price (1 Cor. 6:20) 147
May 12 - Sun AM - What Is a Christian Mother? (Acts 11:26) 149
May 12 - Sun PM - I Am the Resurrection (John 11:25) 151
May 15 - Wed - Keeping God's Commandments Is Everything (1 Cor. 7:19) 154
May 19 - Sun AM - Ten Ways to Guarantee Unhappiness (James 4:17) 155
May 19 - Sun PM - I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14:6) 158
May 22 - Wed - Christian Influence (1 Cor. 8:13) 160
May 26 - Sun AM - The Increase of Love in the Family (1 Thess. 3:12-13) 161
May 26 - Sun PM - I Am the True Vine (John 15:5) 163
May 29 - Wed - All Things to All People (1 Cor. 9:22) 166
Jun 2 - Sun AM - Being Christian in the Home (Acts 11:26) 168
Jun 2 - Sun PM - Finding God in the Storm (Ezek. 1:4) 170
Jun 5 - Wed - A Lesson from History (1 Cor. 10:6) 174
Jun 9 - Sun AM - The Practice of Forgiveness in the Family (Luke 11:4) 175
Jun 9 - Sun PM - Walking the Hard Road (Ezek. 2:1, 3) 178
Jun 12 - Wed - Beware of Temptations (1 Cor. 10:13) 181
Jun 16 - Sun AM - Parents Who Are Worthy of Honor (Eph. 6:2-3) 182
Jun 16 - Sun PM - Practicing Your Faith Where You Are (Ezek. 3:17) 185
Jun 19 - Wed - Seeking Our Neighbor's Good (1 Cor. 10:24) 188
Jun 23 - Sun AM - Responding Properly When Trouble Comes (Ps. 46:1) 190
Jun 23 - Sun PM - Our Refuge and Our Fortress (Ezek. 11:16) 191
Jun 26 - Wed - The Design and Importance of the Lord's Supper (1 Cor. 11:26) 195
Jun 30 - Sun AM - Responsible Christian Citizenship (1 Tim. 2:1-2) 196
Jun 30 - Sun PM - Responsibility: Individual or Collective? (Ezek. 18:20) 198
Jul 3 - Wed - Examining Self (1 Cor. 11:28) 202
Jul 7 - Sun AM - Where Is the Far Country? (Luke 15:13) 203
Jul 7 - Sun PM - The Price of Success (Ezek. 28:17) 207
Jul 10 - Wed - Spiritual Gifts (1 Cor. 12:7) 210
Jul 14 - Sun AM - How Well Do You Hear? (Matt. 13:9) 211
Jul 14 - Sun PM - The Shepherds and the Flock (Ezek. 34:11-12) 215
Jul 17 - Wed - The Church, the Body of Christ (1 Cor. 12:27) 218
Jul 21 - Sun AM - Only God Knows and He Refuses to Tell (Matt. 13:30) 219
Jul 21 - Sun PM - Can These Bones Live? (Ezek. 37:3) 223
Jul 24 - Wed - The More Excellent Way (1 Cor. 12:31) 226
Jul 28 - Sun AM - Whatever Happens, God's Work Will Go On (Matt. 13:31-32) 227
Jul 28 - Sun PM - A River in the Wilderness (Ezek. 47:5) 230
Jul 31 - Wed - The God of Order (1 Cor. 14:33) 234
Aug 4 - Sun AM - Silent Forces Are Often the Strongest (Matt. 13:33) 236
Aug 4 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about God (John 1:18) 239
Aug 7 - Wed - The Gospel We Preach (1 Cor. 15:1) 242
Aug 11 - Sun AM - To Be a Christian Is Worth More Than All Else (Matt. 13:44) 243
Aug 11 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about Himself (John 14:11) 246
Aug 14 - Wed - The Body That Pleases God (1 Cor. 15:38) 248
Aug 18 - Sun AM - Compare Honestly and You Will Choose Jesus (Matt. 13:46) 250
Aug 18 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about the Holy Spirit (John 14:15-18) 253
Aug 21 - Wed - Concerning the Collection (1 Cor. 16:1) 256
Aug 25 - Sun AM - God's Kingdom Excludes Only the Unbeliever (Matt. 13:48) 258
Aug 25 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about His Death (Mark 10:45) 261
Aug 28 - Wed - A First Worship Service (Gen. 4:4) 264
Sep 1 - Sun AM - We Need Both the Old and the New (Matt. 13:52) 267
Sep 1 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about His Church (Matt. 16:18) 270
Sep 4 - Wed - The Rupture of a Relationship (Gen. 4:8-9) 272
Sep 8 - Sun AM - Give the Gift of Forgiveness (Mark 11:25) 274
Sep 8 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about Sin (Luke 11:4) 277
Sep 11 - Wed - The Best Exercise (Gen. 5:24) 280
Sep 15 - Sun AM - Give the Gift of Encouragement (Philem. 7) 282
Sep 15 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about Salvation (John 3:16) 285
Sep 18 - Wed - A Faithful Man (Gen. 6:9) 288
Sep 22 - Sun AM - Give the Gift of Your Personal Testimony (Mark 5:19-20) 290
Sep 22 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about His Kingdom (Matt. 4:17) 293
Sep 25 - Wed - Blurred Vision (Gen. 13:10) 296
Sep 29 - Sun AM - Give the Gift of Affirmation (John 1:42) 298
Sep 29 - Sun PM - What Jesus Preached about Property (Acts 20:35) 301
Oct 2 - Wed - The Foundation for Life (Col. 1:2-5) 304
Oct 6 - Sun AM - When Dreams Come True (Matt. 1:22-23) 306
Oct 6 - Sun PM - The Man of Faith (Gen. 15:6) 310
Oct 9 - Wed - A Prayer for the Knowledge of God's Will (Col. 1:9) 311
Oct 13 - Sun AM - The Joy of Unselfish Service (Mark 9:35) 313
Oct 13 - Sun PM - A Cure for the Blues (1 Kings 19:4) 317
Oct 16 - Wed - The Absolute Supremacy of Jesus Christ (Col. 1:15-17) 319
Oct 20 - Sun AM - A God Who Understands (Luke 15:1-2) 321
Oct 20 - Sun PM - The Problem of Suffering (Job 1:20-21) 325
Oct 23 - Wed - An Open Secret (Col. 1:25-26) 328
Oct 27 - Sun AM - Simply Divine! (John 20:31) 330
Oct 27 - Sun PM - Lessons Learned in the School of Life (Hos. 3:1) 334
Oct 30 - Wed - The Marks of Faithfulness (Col. 2:6-7) 336
Nov 3 - Sun AM - The Church Triumphant (Acts 1:8) 339
Nov 3 - Sun PM - Conversion As a Result of Receiving the Word (Acts 2:41) 343
Nov 6 - Wed - The Well of Wisdom (Col. 2:9-10) 345
Nov 10 - Sun AM - Living for Treasures or Trash (Matt. 6:19-21) 347
Nov 10 - Sun PM - The Conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch (Acts 8:37) 350
Nov 13 - Wed - From Shadow to Reality (Col. 2:17) 352
Nov 17 - Sun AM - What Giving Does for You (Phil. 4:17) 354
Nov 17 - Sun PM - The Conversion of Saul of Tarsus (Acts 9:6) 356
Nov 20 - Wed - New Life with Christ (Col. 3:1) 358
Nov 24 - Sun AM - Thanks Be unto God (Ps. 119:62) 360
Nov 24 - Sun PM - The Conversion of the Philippian Jailer (Acts 16:30-31) 362
Nov 27 - Wed - Thanksliving (Col. 2:6-7) 364
Dec 1 - Sun AM - The Stewardship of Life (1 Cor. 4:2) 367
Dec 1 - Sun PM - The Candle of Hope (Isa. 9:6) 369
Dec 4 - Wed - The Garments of the Ungodly (Col. 3:5-7) 372
Dec 8 - Sun AM - What If There Were No Christmas? (Isa. 12:4-5) 374
Dec 8 - Sun PM - The Candle of Peace (Matt. 2:17-18) 376
Dec 11 - Wed - The Clothing of a Christian (Col. 3:12-13) 379
Dec 15 - Sun AM - God Is My Salvation (Isa. 12:2) 380
Dec 15 - Sun PM - The Candle of Joy (Matt. 1:21) 383
Dec 18 - Wed - When God's Word Dwells in You (Col. 3:16-17) 385
Dec 22 - Sun AM - Christmas Gifts and Christmas Giving (Matt. 2:11) 387
Dec 22 - Sun PM - The Candle of Love (Luke 2:5) 390
Dec 25 - Wed - Principles for Personal Relations (Col. 3:23-24) 392
Dec 29 - Sun AM - Drawing Water from the Wells of Salvation (Isa. 12:3) 394
Dec 29 - Sun PM - Why Is Jesus Coming Again? (John 14:2-3) 397
Miscellaneous Helps
Messages on the Lord's Supper
Thanks Be unto God (2 Cor. 9:15) 400
An Affirmation of Divine Love (1 Cor. 11:24) 401
The Memorial Supper of Our Lord (1 Cor. 11:24) 403
Messages for Children and Young People
Be on Guard against Your Enemy (1 Peter 5:8) 404
How to Study the Bible (Ps. 1:2) 405
Learning How to Pray (Matt. 6:9) 407
Gifts You Can Give to Your Parents (Acts 3:6) 408
Funeral Meditations
He Continues to Speak (Heb. 11:4) 410
Happy Are the Dead (Rev. 14:13) 412
Overcoming Our Fear of Death (Heb. 2:14-15) 413
Weddings
Conducting a Premarital Conference 415
Marriage Ceremony 418
The Responsibilities and the Rewards of Marriage 419
Sentence Sermonettes 422
Indexes
Index of Scripture Texts 424
Subject Index 426
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