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Sheep on the Right, Goats on the Left: The Final Separation of the Saved and the Lost
by Ray Pritchard

Jesus forgets what we remember. And he remembers what we forget. You can find the whole gospel in those two sentences.

Text: Matthew 25:31-46
Sermon Series: The Last Days According to Jesus
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Bad Manners at the Dinner Table: A Powerful Lesson in Biblical Confrontation
by Ray Pritchard

This is a sermon about conflict in the church—where it comes from and how to handle it. As a place […]

Text: Galatians 2:11-14
Sermon Series: Galatians: Truth on Fire
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The Host Who Forgot His Manners: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Spiritual Pride
by Ray Pritchard

We might call this story “the preacher and the prostitute” because it’s a lesson about pride and humility. It’s also about how God welcomes those who aren’t ashamed to admit how much they need him. Only those who understand the depth of their own sinfulness can look with compassion and mercy on the men and women they meet every day.

Text: Luke 7:36-50
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Mother of Two Sons: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Misguided Ambition
by Ray Pritchard

There are two tragedies in life. One is to lose your heart’s desire. The other is to gain it.

Text: Matthew 20:20-28
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Father of a Dying Son
by Ray Pritchard

If desperate circumstances bring us to Jesus, then those circumstances are a gift from God.

Text: John 4:46-54
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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Praying For the Sick
by Ray Pritchard

When we pray for the sick, we are doing the work of Jesus in the world.

Text: James 5:13-16
Sermon Series: Adventures in Prayer
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War in Heavenly Places
by Ray Pritchard

Are you tempted to quit? Pick up your armor and get back in the battle. When the day is done, you will be standing on the victory side.

Text: Daniel 10
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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The King Who Went Crazy
by Ray Pritchard

God deals with Nebuchadnezzar’s pride. Application: The moment you start taking credit for anything, you’re just daring God to come and smack you around. God won’t share his glory with anyone and he won’t sit idly by while we attempt to shove him out of the picture. If we choose not to listen to God, he turns up the volume until he has our undivided attention.

Text: Daniel 4
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times
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Ten Happy Years:
by Ray Pritchard

It all started late in 1988 when I was sitting at my desk at home in Garland, Texas wondering what […]

Text: Various
Sermon Series: State of the Church Sermons
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Faithful to the Fallen
by Ray Pritchard

“Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift you as wheat. But I have prayed for you, Simon, that your faith […]

Text: Luke 22:31-32
Sermon Series: The God You Can Trust

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