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Sermon2/10/17 1:46 AM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Thanks so much for your message! It made me think about what time theft really is, especially how tardiness impacts the production lines in factories.

Sermon8/17/16 5:32 PM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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America's Lost Boys
Sean E. Harris
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This is so thought-provoking! America not only has "lost boys", but "lost girls" who are stunted in more ways than one. No conflict, no work, no sacrifice, no commitment, no problem (so they think)! Thanks so much for this message!

Sermon2/1/16 2:31 PM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Should We Be Nice?
Joey Faust
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I enjoyed this sermon! You made acronyms for the word nice. Here's one: Neuroleptic Induced Christianized Existence Neuroleptic drugs, better known as antipsychotic agents, are used "off-label" to chemically restrain people who live in residential care facilities like nursing homes and group homes for persons with disabilities. Thanks so much for this message! Blessings!

Sermon10/15/15 5:26 AM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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One of my favorites! This message gets to the heart of the matter when it comes to confessing sins not only to God, but to your brothers and sisters in Christ. This is easier said than done. It's one thing to confess your sins to God, but it's so difficult to confess your sins to your spouse because of their response. "You what!?!..." Fear God, who not only can destroy the body, but has the authority to cast you into the place that does exist-Hell! Thanks again! God bless!

Sermon9/30/15 5:49 PM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Thanks so much for this sermon. As I listened to this sermon, bible verses came in my mind, such as "you are not your own, for you were bought with a price..." No big deal, right? Wrong! It's not a teen boy problem, it's an everybody problem! Go to your computer, click click click with the mouse... Sex is meant to be shared with your spouse in marriage, not hogged up for yourself. Thanks again! God bless!

Sermon6/6/15 2:37 AM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Excellent sermon! This message serves as a warning that America is paying the price for bowing down to statism. The I in LGBTI could mean intersex. Thanks! God Bless!

Sermon4/5/15 7:55 AM
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Why Pride is the Worst Sin
Steve Martin
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Thanks so much for this sermon. This sermon is a much-needed reality check for everyone, especially people who believe that the world owes them a living. This message is sure to send shock waves to everybody's souls! Thanks again!

Sermon2/3/15 8:05 AM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Insightful! This sermon is sure to make someone examine himself and think about how people approach accountability and blame-shifting. Thanks so much for this sermon.

Sermon1/26/15 1:11 PM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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The End: It is Near, But Why?
Creighton L. Lovelace
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Thanks so much for this hard-hitting sermon! The Aid to Families with Dependent Children (A.F.D.C.), now called Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (T.A.N.F.) had a stringent mandate that no able-bodied adult male may live in the same household as the single mother who's drawing A.F.D.C. (now T.A.N.F.). A child in a family that receives A.F.D.C. is dropped from the welfare rolls once he or she is 18 years old. Then the mother has another child in order to increase the benefit amount. That's where the expression "baby daddy" or "baby mama" comes from. Thanks again! God Bless!

Sermon11/22/14 1:21 PM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Some churches approach the meet-and-greet time like a sorority rush week, with active members (sisters) putting on a show for potential new members (rushees), especially when it comes to skit time. I thoroughly enjoyed this sermon. God bless!

Sermon11/6/14 4:56 PM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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This is a real eye-opener for those who believe that God is only love. There's more to God than love. God is also holy, righteous and just. God has to punish sin.People need to realize this. Friendship evangelism is the biggest scam in American evangelism. Thanks so much for this sermon.

Sermon6/24/14 2:58 PM
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Craving Hell
Alan Lester
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That episode is called "Tiny Monsters". The woman used her disabilities as a convenient cover. Her house was infested with black widow spiders, too. Thanks so much for this sermon.

Sermon2/13/14 5:58 AM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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Please don't use the "r-word" (retarded) to mean "stupid". I enjoyed that sermon otherwise. Organizations, agencies, and service/supports providers use the term "intellectual disability". From feebleminded to mental deficiency to mental retardation to intellectual disability. This group of people are made in the image of God. Even the organization formerly known as the American Association of Mental Retardation changed their name to the American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C. Log-on to www.aaidd.org for further information. Thanks so much for this sermon. God Bless!

Sermon2/1/14 5:05 PM
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God is Not for Alcohol
Michael W. Sullivant
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Alcohol is so romanticized in our society today. On a personal note, my life has been so touched by alcohol and drug abuse among family members. That is what motivates me to flee from alcohol and drug abuse. Does God bless alcohol abuse? No way. Thanks so much for this sermon. When you come to Baltimore, Maryland, USA, get on the #8 bus and you will amazed at the number of liquor stores on Greenmount Avenue and 33rd Street. The liquor stores offer check cashing services for people receiving public assistance money. Oh, and don't forget the Power ball and Lottery tickets. Thanks so much. Blessings!

Sermon1/19/14 4:39 AM
Lauri | Baltimore MD  Find all comments by Lauri
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I struggle mightily with finding a balance between loving other people the way Christ loves us and wanting to avoid victimization. Its so difficult to not give in to fleshly desires, especially if someone keeps saying the same things over and over again. We have to be taught that it's wrong to hit other peoplewh,en things don't go your way.

Sermon1/14/14 12:56 AM
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People living in group housing, ICF/MRs (intermediate care facilities for mentally retarded), and residential care facilities for older people are given megadoses of major tranquilizers to shut them up. I call them "shut-up" pills. The mental state can be best described as "dead but breathing". That's standard operating procedure for so-called house counselors and certified nursing assistants. It's time to stop the madness, wouldn't you agree?

Sermon10/1/13 3:55 AM
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Gotta love this sermon! This is a sermon that all parents should listen to. If the kids don't like it, tough munchies! The standard rules of grammar should apply to e-mails- none of this "we r who we r" text slang here. Thanks so much! ty, yw, omg, tmi...

Sermon9/16/13 4:26 PM
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Highway To Hell
Daniel Urroz
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Great sermon! A much-needed wake up call in a time when all one needs to do to get saved is to pray a prayer asking Jesus to come into his/her heart, sign a card, or stand up and be counted. Repentance is not mentioned, nor is the need to count the cost of following Christ ever addressed. The Road Through Romans is indeed the Highway To Hell. Thanks so much for addressing this difficult subject.

Sermon9/13/13 10:26 AM
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Practicing Hospitality
Curtis Knapp
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A very hard-hitting sermon that really shocked my soul. Should we help anyone who "works the sign", meaning anyone holding up a sign emblazoned with the words "Will Work For Food"?

Sermon9/10/13 4:08 AM
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Excellent sermon! The decency code was called the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. People who grew up in the 1960s and 1970s may recall the N.A.B.'s Seal of Good Practice. The Code also prohibited displays of actress' navels, such as Mary Ann (from Gilligan's Island) wearing a bikini or Jeannie (from I Dream of Jeannie) wearing harem pants. Modesty is always in style.
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