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Two C’s

Clean and Committed.  What can we learn from the events in Jesus’ life just a few days before Passover in 31 A.D.?  

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The Blood of the New Covenant

The mediating blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ is highly misunderstood by this world. Christ told us “This cup is the new covenant in My blood.” Christ’s blood established the New Covenant in order for us to obey God’s law. Leviticus 16 and Hebrews 9 and 10 are...

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Foot washing, more than being a servant

Before we take the symbols of bread and wine at Passover services, we wash one another’s feet. Christ told the disciples they would not understand the foot washing ceremony until “after this.” Besides being a symbol of humility, foot washing symbolizes laying down our life for...

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Unworthy manner in taking the Passover

Tthe Passover is the most serious service of the year bringing with it a punishment if we don't take it in a right manner. What connection does the death of Christ have to do with treating the body of Christ in a right manner?  

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No Services in Columbia Branson Weekend

 Branson Church services 

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No services due to inclement weather

No services due to inclement weather

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The Church, the Assembly and the Body of Christ

 The Church is not a building. What happens when we are baptized? We are immersed into Christ's Body with whom we assemble each week.

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Video Sermon

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Our Covenant with God

 As the Passover approaches, we are reminded of the Covenant we made with God. Unlike Israel, we have a better Covenant with better promises. Why is our covenant with God better; what are the better promises?

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Proofs and Excuses about Obeying God’s Commandments

 The Bible is very clear that in order to inherit God’s kingdom, we must obey the 10 Commandments. The Bible has also told us in advance that the man of sin will deceive, if possible, even members of God’s Church into believing otherwise. Romans 4 and Galatians 3...

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