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What Are Your Prayers Like?

 In I Timothy, Paul references 4 types of prayer, or styles of prayer.  What does the Bible have to say about these 4 words—supplication, prayer, intercessions, and thankfulness?  What do these types of prayers look like?

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Patiently Enduring with Faith

 Hebrews chapters 10 and 12 tell us that we have need for endurance. The key to having endurance is faith as we read in all of chapter 11.

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Our Fore Father Abraham

There are many autobiographies written about our nation’s founding fathers.  Individuals that we call our national forefathers.  The bible also gives us many biographies on our spiritual forefathers.  This sermon looks at the characteristic traits of our forefather Abraham—characteristic traits that...

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Holy Convocation plus the End Time

 The Sabbath and Feasts of God are commanded assemblies. There are at least 4 reasons we assemble and refrain from staying home. Our recent experience with not being able to assemble is a foretaste of government control, namely the prophesied Beast’s “mark” that will impede God...

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We are the Salt of the Earth

 Technically salt does not lose it’s saltiness so what did Christ mean when He said, we are the salt of the earth and if salt loses its flavor it is good for nothing?  What are some of the qualities of salt and how does this pertain...

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The Big Picture using God’s Word

What do we think of when hearing phrases such as 9-11 or taxes or COVID19? Most often we think of the here and now that affects our present life. How does God view the problems of this life—perhaps differently than we do?

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Let Peace Begin With Me

 In a world filled with chaos, unrest, and disunity, no doubt we all yearn for the Prince of Peace to return and set up His government of peace that will never end.  Knowing this is the only way for true peace to happen in the world, does it...

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Overcome/Change

 During the season of Pentecost, we are reminded that God’s Spirit is one of power.  We need God’s help to overcome the works of the flesh that were symbolically buried at baptism but are still engrained in us and need to be overcome.  ...

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What are We Leaving Behind

 In Deuteronomy 24 and Leviticus 23 we find the principal of leaving part of the harvest behind for others to glean.  Is there a lesson for us to learn?  What are we to leave behind in this life, and what is God going to ultimately leave behind?   

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Why the book of Ruth is a Pentecost book

 Ruth falls in the Feast section of the “Writings!”  It’s the story of Pentecost. Why? The Hebrew word “goel” is a key word translated 13 times in this book as kinsman or redeemer.  How does the book of Ruth...

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