As we go through life we tend to use examples from our daily lives to explain thoughts/concepts that we have to someone else. David often used sheep/shepherds to talk about his relationship with God. Paul used a soldiers armor to talk about spiritual warfare. He also used the human body to talk about the body... Read More
Ministers Ministers are called by God. Ministers are charged when they are ordained. Ministers are human. They need God's grace, just like everyone else. Ministers are brothers. Although they have a different role in the church, they are not to be regarded as "lords" with a different status. - Colossians 1, Hebrews. Let all of... Read More
This death has rocked us to the core. Young person, old person, all of us in between. If you’re gambling with the decision of whether to accept Christ as your Savior, you’re making a huge mistake. John 11 - Lazerus died and his sisters said, “Lord if you had been here our brother wouldn’t have... Read More
A couple of the texts used in this sermon. Romans 6: 1-13 Colossians 3:1-13 Matthew 27 Some of the points that are covered Self admiration Self indulgence Self defense Self righteousness Self preservation
James 3:1-18, Proverbs 25:11, Colossians 4:6 There are lots of “taste receptors” on our tongues that pick up the intricacies in the flavor of things. The tongue is there for many things having to do with eating. It is also there of course for speech. It would be very difficult to speak and enunciate clearly... Read More
Hebrews 8:1-13 A covenant is: An agreement between two people or groups that involves a promise on the part of each to the other. (Nelson's Bible Dictionary) A covenant is however more than just a contract. It is setting up a relationship. There were other covenants in scripture. Why would God set up a covenant... Read More
Deuteronomy 6:4-5 - It was often easier for the Children of Israel to recognize and fear the Lord than it was for them to remember to love him. Matthew 22:35 - This command of love for God and others will never be demoted. This first commandment is still the first. It supersedes doctrinal differences. It... Read More
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