We have an enemy whose purpose is to steal, kill and destroy. He is an enemy with limitations and boundaries that he isn’t able to cross. Our enemy knows our weak points and he tries to capitalize on those. Paul tells us that we can’t give any ground to Satan, when we do we give... Read More
Luke 1:6 - Zechariah and Elizabeth Luke 1:38 - Mary Matthew 1, 2 - Joseph - every time God spoke Joseph obeyed swiftly Luke 2 - Simeon & Anna - servants at heart Luke - Shepherds - Wisemen Sermon Text: Psalm 100 - God wants us to be faithful servants but he also wants us... Read More
Too often we have a vision for how to grow our business but lack having a vision for the future of the church. Comparison is the biggest robber of joy, be content with what God is asking you to do. Once a culture is developed and engrained, it is difficult to change the culture. Church... Read More
Isaiah 45, Romans 9:20 - Are you satisfied with the way God made you? Surrendering to the will of God is often not easy. There are times when we won’t know why, but it is the only place to be. All of us want to be part of the cool group don’t we? The pharisees... Read More
What is a saint? Are you and I saints? Isaiah 6:1-7 - Even our greatest efforts fall far short of God’s Holy and perfect standard. Deuteronomy 10:12-13 - A summary of God’s will and desire for his people. God expects the same of us today. At times it seems as if those who call themselves... Read More
Even if you don’t know why you are here this morning, God knows why you are here. Titus 2:11-14 - John 3 - Numbers - Jesus tells us that we need to be saved, and that we need to be born again. He also refers back to a place in Numbers, where the people of... Read More
This morning we are going to talk some about the shepherds. We are reading somewhat between the lines, but it appears that they were people who were in touch with God. The life of a shepherd does look attractive at times. There is a lot that we don’t know about these “faithful few” who surround... Read More
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