Christ’s Blood Will Never Lose Its Power – Weekly Sermon – April 7, 2019

Sunday, March 7, 2019 “Christs Blood Will Never Lose Its Power” Hebrews 10:1-4 The life of a flesh is found in the blood. Leviticus 7:11 For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul. Two of the greatest and most notable of the Jewish Festivals and celebrations were the Passover of the Feast of Unleavened Bread and Yom Kippur or the Day of Atonement. The Passover in 2019 will be […]

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What if… – Weekly Sermon – March 31, 2019

Sunday, March 31, 2019 “What If…” Proverbs 3:5-6 Those two words have been said by just about everyone. They Can make us do things we never thought that we could do or they can hinder us from doing things or performing acts and deeds out of fear and trepidation. We can say those two words in a questioning or inquisitive manner. We can tell them in an excitable or hopeful way. We can say this in a manner of doubt and fear. Voice inflection can determine how those words are heard and received as well. What if… questioning What if… […]

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Compromise or Capitulation – Weekly Sermon – March 24, 2019

Sunday, March 24, 2019 2nd Timothy 4:1*5 Compromise or Capitulation 2nd Timothy was written by Paul in response to struggles that the young Pastor was in the midst of. Pressure was mounting externally and internally in his ministry in Ephesus. A lunatic was at the helm of the Roman Empire and his name was Nero. He despised all things Christian. The early church was being tested mightily. Timothy was dealing with that and with misunderstands and discord in the church body. I would imagine that he wasn’t sure quite which way to turn, so he sought the wisdom of his […]

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Providence or a 4 Leaf Clover – Weekly Sermon – March 17, 2019

Sunday, March 17, 2019 “Providence or a 4 Leaf Clover” Genesis 50:15-21 Of you were one to believe in luck, be it good or bad you would have to say that Joseph sure  ran a streak of bad luck. Joseph didn’t believe in luck, he believed in the providence of God in and over his life. His life of slavery, to prison, to the Prime Minister of Egypt was never out of God’s control. In verse 20 Joseph laid this out.  His brothers had meant evil against him, but God meant it for good, because if all the moments had […]

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Lord, I’m Tired – Weekly Sermon – March 10, 2019

Sunday, March 10, 2019 “Lord, I’m Tired” Galatians 6:9-10 Becoming tired, being weary and feeling fatigue is experienced that most people deal with along life’s journey. The Creator made us with several components – Mind, body, and spirit. We all are susceptible to being tired, weary and feeling fatigue of the mind (emotionally), body (physically,) and (spiritually.) When Paul penned the words of today’s text, I think that he fully understood what it was like to know what it was lie to experience being tired, being weary, and having fatigue of mind, body, and spirit.   He gave all of […]

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Caution, Work in Progress – Weekly Sermon – March 3, 2019

  March, 3, 2019 “Caution, Work in Progress” Romans 7:15-22 There is an Old Cherokee legend about a conversation between an old man and his grandson. It went like this:  “A fight is going on inside me; it is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – this wolf is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, and ego. The other wolf is good – he is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith. The same fight is going on within […]

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The Truth Revealed through Archeology – Weekly Sermon – February 24, 2019

Sunday 2/24/19 “The Truth Revealed through Archeology” 2 Timothy 3:15-17 You may wonder what this text of scripture has to do with our message topic today? For a Christian it is utmost impontance that we accept and believe that every bit, every word, every verse, every chapter of every book has been inspired by the Holy Spirit to be written and recorded. We must believe that God’s word is divine, inspired, infallible and without error. If we doubt or disavowed. Any part of scripture, then we open up a spiritual Pandoras box hat any of it can be doubted and […]

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Handwriting on the Wall – Weekly Sermon – February 17, 2019

February 17, 2019 “Handwriting on the Wall” Daniel 5:1-9 & 24-30 Today’s message is “The Handwriting on the Wall.” The first part of our message is an historical backdrop and buildup to the night of this story. After the reign of David and Solomon the Nation of Israel’s division brought it to Civil War.  The nation was divided into two states. The northern kingdom retained the name of Israel and the Southern new title of Judah. The northern kingdom disobeyed God in everyway and after 08 years in 723BC the wrath of God came hammering down and he used the […]

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The Silence of the Lambs – Weekly Sermon – February 10, 2019

Sunday February 10, 2019 “The Silence of the Lambs” Luke 1:39-44   There was a man by the name of Zechariah who vocationally was a Temple Priest, he was married to his wife Elizabeth. She was barren beyond child bearing and rearing age, bust she especially wanted a child.  So, they prayed, and God answered. One day Zechariah was visited by an angel who declared that Elizabeth would become pregnant and bear a Son and that he would be called John. Zechariah just couldn’t believe it.  The Lord struck him dumb, unable to speak until this came to fruition. After […]

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Persistence in Prayer – Weekly Sermon – January 20, 2019

“Persistence in Prayer” Luke 18:1-8 It was Early October and the Indians on a remote reservation in South Dakota asked their new chief if the coming winter was going to be cold or mild. Since he was a younger man in a modern society, he had never been taught the old secrets of forecasting the weather.   His grandfather could predict how cold the winter was going to be by examining how thick the raccoons’ fur was, or the early arrival of snowy owls, or whether woodpeckers were sharing a nest in the same hole in a tree.    This young […]

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