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Make Us One – Anthony Mangun – Guest Pulpit – Issue 30-5

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That He May Sift You as Wheat – Joshua B. Carson – Calvary Pulpit – Issue 30-5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“That He May Sift You as Wheat”

 

Rev Joshua B. Carson

 

 

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Maintaining Momentum

Issue 30-5 – Pulpit Resources – Maintaining Momentum – Aubrey L. Jayroe

Maintaining Momentum

By Aubrey L. Jayroe

 

 

 

Everyone knows that when you are playing in a game, the momentum is very important. You may be the underdog, but if the momentum is in your favor, there can be enough emotion and energy displayed to overcome any opponent.

Momentum is defined as “the impetus of or as of a moving object”. It is the continual movement of something in motion. In our walk with God we need to understand there is a spiritual momentum that needs detection by the Christian. There are times when God moves, and too often we enjoy that particular time, then slow down or become at ease. The fact is we need to carry on! We need to push harder! We need to try with greater anticipation!

As the presence of God moves for us in the Church, we need to capitalize on it. Abraham was a man just like we are. He felt, worried, worked, and lived as any other individual of his day did. Even though he was known as the Father of Faith, there were times when he had the same difficulty of touching

God as we do. However, one day, it all changed. The word was out that God was about to destroy the city where his nephew, Lot, lived. In fact, the angel of the Lord brought message to Abraham. This greatly disturbed Abraham.

Abraham did what any concerned Christian would do. He prayed about it. This  particular time he had God listening. Everyone knows the story of how Abraham began to seek God for the city of Sodom. When the time was right in the prayer, Abraham asked God to spare the city if fifty righteous people could be found. It probably amazed Abraham when God said yes! (Genesis 18:24)

So Abraham continued in his prayer. Many of us would quit there, but not Abraham. He wanted the city spared for 45, or 40, or 30, and eventually 10. The momentum was in Abraham’s favor, and he used it to his advantage. Even with God, the momentum Abraham had, worked. He had God going his way.

 

 

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Issue 30-5 – Pulpit Resources – Utilizing The Name Of Jesus – Frank J Ewart

 

Utilizing The Name Of Jesus

By Frank J Ewartrtf

 

 

 

If man is to know the One and only true God, in a real, practical and experimental sense, and be able to utilize that knowledge for his own benefit, it is absolutely necessary that he should have a revelation of His Name. This is so, because it is through His Name that God has elected to make Himself known to man-kind, through Time and Eternity.

The history of the true worship of the One true God discloses the fact that this worship was ever and essentially inseparable from His Name. Hence God said to Moses, when He revealed His Name, “By this Name was I not known to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.” (The word, “known” should be rendered understood, for God was known by that Name, of which Jehovah or Yahwe is the substitute). Again, when God declared to Moses that the purpose of taking the Israelites out of Egypt was that they might worship Him on the mount, Moses asked, “When they shall say to me, what is his name, what shall I say unto them?” Indeed the early Christian worshippers of the One God were scions of the first worshippers we know anything about. It is written in Genesis, “Then began men to call on the Name of the Lord.” And again, “He built an altar there, and called upon the Name of the Lord.” After Pentecost the disciples invariably worshipped in the Name of the Lord. They met together to call on the Name of the Lord. “With all that call on Thy Name.” “To bind all that call on Thy Name.” (Gen. 4: 26; 26:25. Acts 9: 14)

Jesus taught them to pray in and through the Name of the

 

Lord. “Hitherto ye have asked nothing in My Name, ask and receive that your joy may be full.” The first words of the model prayer show what a place the Name occupied in true worship: “Our Father who art in heaven! Hallowed be Thy Name!”

As stated elsewhere in this book, the so-called ineffable or unutterable Name was, and still is, usually expressed in the Hebrew Scriptures by four letters, corresponding to the letters JHVH or YHWH in the English, and in that form it was, and still is, known among theologians as the “Nomen Tetragrammaton,” or Name of four letters. Now, without going into an exhaustive and academic discussion regarding the nature, purpose and meaning of that lost Name, which is beyond the limits of the purpose of this book, let it be stated that the most outstanding contribution to this intricate theme of modern times is, “A Remarkable Biblical Discovery—The Name of God,” by William Phillips Hall. Mr. Hall spent twenty years in research studies, and came out of it with this remarkable discovery, that may be briefly summarized thus: God’s original Name, which was and is called the ineffable or unutterable Name, by the religious Jews to this day, is retained in all its regal and peerless dignity and majesty in the English words, “I AM.” That this name is the self-expression, or self-declaration of God’s Own Being, that this Name was adopted, born (“the Name which Thou gayest me to bear”) and manifested to the disciples by The Christ—the Son of God. That this Name was retained in the Name of the Son of God—the Lord Jesus Christ, and constituted the ONE NAME OF GOD, throughout Time and Eternity (so far as we can know from a study of the Scriptures, because God put His finger on the “I AM” declaration, and said, “This is My Name, and this is My Memorial unto all generation.”) that it is the only Name used in baptism, and in the work of the ministry as prosecuted by the Apostles; that it is the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, (because “The fullness of the Godhead dwelt in Jesus,

 

 

 

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A Teacher Named Grace

Issue 30-5 – Pulpit Resources – A Teacher Named Grace – Terry R. Baughman

 

A Teacher Named Grace

By Terry R. Baughman

 

 

 

For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly in the present age (Titus 2:11-12).

To a six-year-old in first grade, Miss Brown seemed like she the ancient of days. She must have been at least fifty! She was the classic old-maid schoolteacher who had taught all her life. Through the eyes of a timid first-grader she was kindly, but stern. She allowed time for games, but became serious about discipline. She permitted class recess and immediately following expected us to listen, to learn, and to read. In her class I was introduced to the wonderful world of literacy and the exciting adventures of Dick and Jane and their dog named Spot.

What often seemed like just another day of fun and planned activities, I now understand was her teaching plan. Her focus was on learning and her goal was to promote us to the second grade, to Mrs. Burks’ class. She really expected us to learn something and planned for us to grow!

 

 

 

 

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Bible College Lessons – 30-5

Bible College Lessons

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Acts 1-8

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Bible Doctrine 1-8

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Daniel & Revelation 1-8

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Epistles 1-8

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Life Of Christ 1-8

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Ministry Resources – Issue 30-5

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The Role of Organization in Church Growth

Issue 30-5 – Church Growth – The Role of Organization in Church Growth – Tim Massengale

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Planning

Issue 30-5 – Leadership Resources – Planning – David K. Bernard

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Apostolic Music: Issue 30-5

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