Continuing on in a series about the doctrine of God. John 9 - We’ve looked at God’s attributes and His character, but what about his work? God’s work defines Him we get a better idea of who God is when we look at the things that God does. God’s Plan for Us Ephesians 1:3-14 -... Read More
John 7, 2 Corinthians 2:14-17 - Jesus speaks of those who believe in him and how, out of them will flow rivers of living water. A living testimony flowing outward. This morning we’ll look at some practical examples of how this living water can and should flow out of us. Demands for what we own.... Read More
Would you say that you are a steward? 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 - we are all stewards. Stewards of everything. When we think of a steward the main thing that we are concerned with is whether or not they are a trustworthy and faithful steward. Genesis 15 - Abraham had a serious situation. He needed to... 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
Is God a big part of your life? What is he to you? Deuteronomy 6:1-15 Can I Know God? Isaiah 55 - God is incomprehensible, this is one of his characteristics and attributes. We are finite, this limits in our ability to understand and infinite God. Psalm 50 - God has chosen to reveal himself.... 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
John 11 - When Lazarus died Jesus came to the community. He cared. He cried. The Jews noticed… they said, “see how he loved Lazarus!” God gives comfort and healing over time, but life will never be quite the same. What has happened cannot be avoided or ignored, it is previous… We must hold to... Read More
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