Sermon Illustrations about Self-esteem

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Minimizing Sin

Promoting evangelism or bolstering self-esteem may seem far easier if you represent man's plight as a mere fly in the ointment rather than a poisoned ...


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Self-Conscious Consequences

Preoccupation with the self produces a lack of self esteem, the opposite of what is intended.


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Marks of a Healthy Self-Esteem

You have a healthy self-esteem if ...

--You have a sense of humor.

--You are open to new ideas and experiences.

--You project an attitude of flexibility ...


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Cow Envy

From John Maxwell's book The Winning Attitude:

Two cows were grazing in a pasture when they saw a milk truck pass. On the side of the truck were the ...


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Confidence Game

When we look back on what the masters of the spiritual life have written and said, it's hard to escape the conclusion that we have been the victim ...


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Web Site Rates Appearance

One web site allows us to measure ourselves by the opinions of others.

You can find out how attractive you are by sending your picture to AmIHotOrNot.com. ...


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Impact of an Uncle

Author and sportswriter Mitch Albom's novel Five People Who You Meet In Heaven spoke about Albom's Uncle Eddie. When asked why his Uncle Eddie was so ...


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June Carter Cash Found Freedom in Submission

Country singer June Carter Cash, who died in May 2003 at age 73, won awards and achieved world renown, but her love for her husband, Johnny Cash, was ...


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Man Auctions a Mother's Touch

Citizen, a publication from Focus on the Family, reported the online auction of a "mother's touch."

Dan Baber honored his mother by posting an auction ...


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Mike Tyson Declares His Life a Waste

At one time, Mike Tyson was the most feared heavyweight boxer in the ring. Based on an interview with Tyson, Jon Saraceno revealed what went wrong:

Almost ...

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