This morning we are talking about Easter. Moses was called upon to go into Egypt and take the Israelites out. Then there were then plagues. The last and most important one was the last where God killed all of the firstborns Luke 22:7 the Communion, life giving blood from Jesus They were ready for the... Read More
In the Old Testament we read about the Children of Israel being led out of Egypt by Moses. It was a great crowd of people. After much time they arrived at Mount Sinai. Text: Exodus 31 and 32 It is one thing write the law of God on stone, to preserve it, to hold it,... Read More
Hebrews 11 - Faith, “the assurance of things hoped for and the conviction of things not seen.” Faith is one of, if not the, most important things we need for pleasing God. What does it mean to “believe that God is?” How does faith make it possible to please God? What does it take to... Read More
Olivet - God’s Protection 2 Kings 6 - This mountain is not named. This is a story of Elisha. Often we don’t see things as they actually are, instead we tend to see things as they “seem to be.” In this story Elisha and his people were completely surrounded by the enemy. Elisha could see... Read More
As you read the scriptures mountains seem to have some sort of significance in numerous places. Jesus spent a fair amount of time with his disciples on mountains. …and he will teach us His ways. — Isaiah Have you asked yourself, “where is God?” God showed himself to other people and he showed up in... Read More
2 Timothy 3:14-17 Doctrine isn’t something that we can just tailor to fit what we like. Doctrine is foundational, it is the basis for our view of scripture and our view of God. Doctrine is a word that means “teaching.” The Bible refers to the teachings or doctrine of men, demons, and God. Doctrine is... Read More
1 Corinthians 10:1-13 Most of us know at least some of the story of the Titanic. A huge boat that sank in the early 1900’s. Something in the neighborhood of 1500 people lost their lives. It is easier to learn from others mistakes than our own. It can also save us a lot of heart... Read More
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