Living On Purpose


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Joy In A Jail Cell

Scripture: 2 Timothy 3

Topic: Spiritual Life > Joy

Series: Living On Purpose

Joy in a Jail Cell 2 Timothy 3:10—4:22 Dr. Jim Denison, Senior Pastor The following came from an anonymous mother in Austin, Texas. She titles the list, “Things I’ve learned from my children (honest and no kidding):” A king size waterbed holds enough water to fill a 2000 sq. ft. house four inches deep. You […]

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Women And The End Times

Scripture: 2 Timothy 3

Topic: Women > Relationships

Series: Living On Purpose

Women and the End Times 2 Timothy 3:1-9 Dr. Jim Denison As a public service announcement, I’m here to remind all gentlemen that this Saturday is Valentine’s Day. Here’s the story. For 800 years, the Romans held an event each mid-February during which young men drew the names of teenage girls from a box; the […]

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Courage To Go On

Scripture: 2 Timothy 2

Topic: Spiritual Life > Purpose

Series: Living On Purpose

Courage to Go On 2 Timothy 2:1-13 Dr. Jim Denison A friend recently sent me some ads which needed proofreading: Nice parachute. Never opened. Used once. Nordic Track $300. Hardly used. Call Chubby. Semi-Annual after-Christmas Sale. Snowblower for sale. Only used on snowy days. Stock up and save. Limit one. Wanted: Man to take care […]

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Staying Out Of Spiritual Ditches

Scripture: 2 Timothy 2

Topic: Sin > Human Experience

Series: Living On Purpose

Staying Out of Spiritual Ditches 2 Timothy 2:14-26 Dr. Jim Denison According to ESPN Magazine, Americans will bet $7 billion on today’s Super Bowl. We will go through 16 million pizza boxes, enough to construct 388,889 life-size cardboard statues of Rush Limbaugh; fans at the game will eat 5,000 pounds of hot dogs; 31 million […]

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When You’re Afraid To Follow God

Scripture: 2 Timothy 1

Topic: Human Experience > Fear

Series: Living On Purpose

When You’re Afraid to Follow God 2 Timothy 1:1-12 Dr. Jim Denison We’re talking this morning about fear. Apparently, the experts think we have much to discuss. It’s a new year, so you could have Neophobia, the fear of anything new. Given your location, you might suffer from Ecclesiophobia, the fear of being in church. […]

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