Breaking the bread of life is a sobering responsibility. Let us pray that we can hear the call this evening to pursue a life of godliness and holiness. Jesus is soon returning for His bride, His church. The Church is made of people just like me and people just like you. If the Church is... Read More
1 Corinthians - We have so much at our disposal spiritually but too often we choose poverty as it relates to spiritual prosperity. The Bible has very little positive to say about wealth. Most of scripture speaks of the power of wealth to cause us to forget God and trust in ourselves. What are the... Read More
Nehemiah 5:1-19 In the first verse we see that “There was a great cry!” There was an outcry. Nehemiah’s response was very direct, he set up an assembly. He appeals to the nobles to restore and repair. Help bring them back up, they are your people and your brothers. Usary. Justice. Compassion/Mercy Let’s Talk About... Read More
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
Sermon text Joshua 3, 4 More important than what your last name is, is whether or not your name is in the book of life. The title of this sermon is a question that was meant to be asked by the generations following the ones that are written about in our text. What did they... Read More
Nehemiah 3 and 4 - If you've ever done clean up work, you know that it isn't the most fun kind of work. It is dirty. There is sweat. In chapter 4 we see more of the "how" of the rebuilding of the wall. Some questions we can ask here. Can evil be stopped? Can... Read More
2 Chronicles 11 - Those who had set their hearts to follow the God of Israel followed the levites as they left. What does it mean to set your heart to seek God? King Asa and Jehoshaphat 2 Chronicles 14 - Asa did what was right and took away foreign alters. He called the people... Read More
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