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Sermons by “Pastor Adam Soderberg”

Frankl’s Find

God gave us freewill. That means we have the ability to choose. This includes choosing our responses.

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Where Is Grandma?

Is there something else? When this life is over, what happens next? The answer to that question is right in front of our eyes, but still, many cannot see it.

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The President & the Pariah (Part II)

When all else fails, even those who may question or deny who Jesus is, seem to come to Him for help.

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The President & the Pariah (Part I)

Jesus especially loved the outcast and the marginalized, because He knew most others did not. Do not let anyone tell you that you are beyond Christ’s mercy, love, forgiveness, and blessing.

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My Dog Ate My Homework

If we were as creative about how to accomplish something as we are when it comes to avoiding something, we would achieve great things for God!

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Lost in Translation

Paul gets a bad rap when it comes to women. Too many people condemn him, and as an extension Christianity, claiming that Christian faith is misogynistic and discriminatory toward women. Is it?

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Hell’s Best Kept Secret III

Final part of Ray Comfort’s sermon “Hell’s Best Kept Secret.” “I am basically a good person.” Are we willing to put that to the test?

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Hell’s Best Kept Secret II

Second part of Ray Comfort’s sermon “Hell’s Best Kept Secret.” Unfortunately, what has happened in the U.S. and throughout much of the Western world, is that we have preached the cure without first convincing people they have the disease.

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Hell’s Best Kept Secret I

First part of evangelist Ray Comfort’s sermon “Hell’s Best Kept Secret.” The Bible says in Psalm 19:7 (KJV), “The law of the Lord is perfect converting the soul.” If the law converts, why are we so afraid to preach it?

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The Cat’s in the Cradle

Jesus knew that when seeds were planted in fertile soil, they produce a crop thirty, sixty, even a hundred times as much as was planted! That is why He always had time for children. Dads should as well.

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