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Dealing with Temptation

Before we ever sin, we are tempted and drawn away. This sermon answers three questions: 1) How are we tempted? 2) What must we do in order not to give in to temptation? And 3) What does God do for us when temptation comes?

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Lessons from the Titanic

 There are many parallels regarding the Titanic tragedy and how it relates to sin.  This sermon reviews 5 lessons that correlate The Titanic, sin, and the Days of Unleavened Bread.  

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Overcome Evil with Good

The plan of God includes overcoming sin and becoming righteous through Jesus Christ. Partaking the Passover symbols reminds us of accepting Christ as our Savior which means He lives His life in us. In so doing we are able to remove sin and live righteously—we overcome that sin...

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Overcome Evil with Good

 Passover is the day we are reminded that through Christ we put out sin. Just as we replace leavened bread with unleavened bread, we must do the same with sin—replace it with righteousness. Scripture is replete with specific evil that we replace with specific good.

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God’s Love Through Christ’s Sacrifice

 John 3:16-17 is a key scripture describing God’s love for all mankind by sending His Son to be a sacrifice that results in our repentance, righteousness and salvation. Not only should we focus on Christ’s sacrifice before the Passover but also God’s love...

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Dealing with Sin

When we sin we can either have an excuse for it or justify it or dismiss it as not as bad as others' sins. Do we realize that God only forgets our sins when we repent and change?

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Presumptuous Sin

The Bible speaks of various types of sin. One type is presumptuous sin, which is much more serious than innocently   forgetting something or simply not knowing something that breaks God's law. Presumptuous sin involves a willful disregard for God's commandments so we need to understand...

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Leaven of Malice and Wickedness

 Leaven is a symbol of sin, but not just any sin. 1Corinthians 5 lists 2 major sins that encompass so many others—malice and wickedness. When we throw leaven out, are we thinking of our own malice and wickedness?

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