Search ResultsRegeneration This quote from “Miracle on the Beach,” argues that human beings tend to see God's power as smaller than it is and challenges Christians to be bold in their witness. Our Knowledge of God This quote from "Our Knowledge of God" argues that God's regeneration of souls doesn't create something brand new. Rather, it's a renewal and completion of something that is already present within us. Evangelism and Social Action in John Wesley In this paper, Sondra Wheeler explores how John Wesley preached, taught, and lived out his belief that evangelism, the inner conversion by grace, ought never be divorced from social action, the outward works of grace. Reason Enough to Rejoice Discussing the possibility of rejoicing during times of despair, this sermon by Frank Hegedus on Numbers 21:4-9, Psalm 107:1-3, 17-22, Ephesians 2:1-10 and John 3:14-21 reminds us of God's love and our regeneration through repentance. Spiritual Formation: Conformed to the image of Christ for what purpose? Is the purpose of spiritual formation 'for the sake of the world'? Reflecting on her experience in India, MaryKate Morse shares the purpose of spiritual formation. Make a Friend, Be a Friend, Bring a Friend to Christ Practical worship planning notes, a call to worship, a responsive congregational reading, and music suggestions for a Homecoming/Family and Friends Day worship service. Baptism Discussing a variety of viewpoints on the mode of baptism, this audio sermon by Brick Bradford on Romans 6:1-11 and 2 Peter 1:3-4 reflects on Presbyterian positions taken on infant baptism, believer's baptism, and charismatic regeneration. Finding Regeneration through Psalm 51 Samuel Wells reflects on how his community is working towards neighborhood revitalization. Using Psalm 51, he says that by acknowledging one's sins, one can repent and find regeneration. Preaching and Wildfire This article uses the 1988 Yellowstone Wildfire, which started as a helpful forest burn but turned into an uncontrollable devastation, to demonstrate that the preacher's task is to let the fires helpfully burn the (homiletical) forest.... Full Text Hymns on Regeneration RegenerationPD
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See more hymns... Divine Glory A four-fold order of worship planned around 2 Corinthians 3:7-18 and Exodus 34:29-35. Contemporary Heroes and Heroines Day A sermon starter and commentary on Isaiah 42:1-7 for celebrating a Contemporary Heroes and Heroines Day during African American history month. Revolution through Regeneration In this sermon, Peter Marshall preaches on the transformation of Christians into new creations through the power of God. He focuses on the imperative to become aware of our sin as well as God's mercy. Be Filled with the Spirit: a Series Based on Ephesians On Pentecost and during the following weeks, what better theme to dwell on than the person and work of the Holy Spirit? The author offers a series outline on Paul's epistle to the Ephesians. Why Infant Baptism? In the article Rob Braun explains why Reformed believers practice infant baptism. He draws on covenant theology, historical practice, and Biblical passages in his argument. Commentary on Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20 Amy Erickson’s commentary on Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20 discusses Israel’s longing to be back in Egypt and reflects on how the Decalogue contrasts Egyptian culture with the new nation God is forming. History of Hymns: “I Was There to Hear Your Borning Cry” This offers background and commentary the John Carl Ylvisaker (b. 1937) hymn, "I Was There to Hear Your Borning Cry."