Worldliness

Backsliding | Character | Commitment | Consecration | Disobedience | Eternal Life | Excuses | Heaven | Judgment | Obedience | Purity | Sin | Worldliness

BANQUET INTRO Frank Mosley, Pastor of the Evangelical Community Church of Jackson, Tennessee sent in this one, suggesting it might be used in an introduction of someone at a banquet where you want to give him a bit of a bad time: 38301 During a dream I had last night, I died and promptly met …

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Blessing | Busyness | Death | Failure | Joy | Labor | Life | Materialism | Peace | Priorities | Stewardship | Time | Worldliness

IF I HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE OVER I ‘d dare to make more mistakes next time, I’d relax, I would limber up, I would be sillier than I have been this trip, I would take fewer things seriously, I would take more chances, I would climb more mountains and swim more rivers, I would …

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Communication | Desire | Materialism | Motivation | Priorities | Statistics | Worldliness

VALS According to William Meyers in The Image Makers, Madison Avenue’s most widely used categorization of people in our society is that suggested by SRI International’s VALS (Values and Life-Styles). This divides people into five basic groups, as follows: BELONGERS: The typcial traditionalist, the cautious and conforming conservative. Archie Bunker is a Belonger; he believes …

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Apostasy | Comfort | Discipleship | Prayer | Worldliness

A MODERN PRAYER O Son of God, we beg, we beseech, we supplicate, we petition, we implore You to hear us. Lord, be good to us. Christ, make things easy for us. Lord, deliver us from the necessity of doing anything. David Head, He Sent Leanness (Epworth Press, London, 1959), page 24.

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