Every Promise in the Book is Mine

2021-09-06T17:28:35-05:00September 5th, 2021|

Date: September 5, 2021 ()

Bible Text: |

Promises that bring comfort Christ is unmatched in power and glory 1 Samuel 2:2 God will give you rest Matthew 11:28-29 Promises that bring courage God's Word brings success Joshua 1:8-9 Abiding in Christ produces bountiful fruit John 15:1-8 Promises that bring caution Sin will never go unpunished Nehemiah 1:3-8 Sin sets you up for failure 2 Peter 1:4-8 The greatest promise Salvation 1 John 1:9 John 3:16

Jehovah

2021-03-08T21:40:42-06:00March 7th, 2021|

Date: March 7, 2021 ()

Bible Text: Exodus 34:5-6 |

Jehovah reveals a God who requires righteousness Jehovah is affected by sin Jehovah reveals a God whose righteousness demands Him that He not rests til He makes His creatures as righteous as Him

He Hath Led Me Into Darkness And Not Into Light

2020-10-03T16:33:04-05:00October 3rd, 2020|

Date: October 1, 2020 ()

Bible Text: Lamentations 3:2 |

Things are going to happen that you do not understand, Don't blame God! Lamentations 3:1-3 What changed Jeremiah's mindset about these things? Stop and think. Lamentations 3:20-21 Remember these attributes of God Lamentations 3:22-24 Mercy Compassion Faithfulness Know that patience is a virtue Lamentations 3:25 Remember that God is sovereign God never needs to answer the question "Why?"

Four Essential Freedoms of Being Baptists: Religious Freedom

2020-06-30T16:18:36-05:00June 28th, 2020|

Date: June 28, 2020 ()

Bible Text: Matthew 13: 24-30 |

Series:

1. What is Religious Freedom?        1. Passages to help understand religious freedom Matthew 13: 24-30 Matthew 19: 16-20        2. Three main principles in the Bible The nature of God The nature of humanity The nature of faith        3. Historic Baptists John Freeman, London, Canadian Baptist pastor, 1905 John Smith & Thomas Helwys, England, Baptist author & martyr, 1612 Roger Williams, John Clark, Obadiah Holmes: 1600's Isaac Backus & John Leland, 1700's 2. Meaning of Religious Freedom        1. Three statements of religious freedom We believe in religious liberty, not just religious freedom We believe that religious liberty is for all, not just a select few We believe

Four Essential Freedoms of Being Baptists: Bible Freedom

2020-06-30T16:14:24-05:00May 10th, 2020|

Date: May 10, 2020 ()

Bible Text: 2 Timothy 3:16-18 |

Series:

Man’s Definition of Freedom: the right to be and do as you please Definition of Bible Freedom: the Bible under the Lordship of Christ is central in the life of the individual and the church Four Essential Freedoms of Being Baptists: The Biblical basis of this freedom Baptist do not have a monopoly on the Bible. We don’t have a “Baptist Bible.” Scriptures claim to be authoritative, 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Scriptures claim to bring freedom, Luke 4:18-21, John 8:32-36, Romans 6:18-22, 2 Corinthians 3:17, Galatians 5:1-13 The Biblical evidence of this freedom We believe the Bible to be divinely inspired We believe that the Bible is divinely preserved for us. We

Lesson 13: A Psalm 128 Home

2020-10-15T19:25:53-05:00April 30th, 2020|

Date: April 30, 2020 ()

Bible Text: Psalms 128:1-6 |

Series:

Determine to use God's Word instead of worldly counsels. Don't consider children a burden, or a robber of your time and pleasure. Never make possessions more important than relationships. Beware of comparing children and spouse with others. Don't make a federal case out of kids being children. Be Aware of threatening constantly, but disciplining inconsistently. Beware of belittling children or spouses. Beware of saying during discipline "this is hurting my reputation." Husbands and wives should not argue in front of the children. Don't argue with your spouse when you are disciplining a child. Don't spend time bragging on talents as opposed to character. Be careful to not allow the television or radio

There is None Else

2020-04-28T11:11:06-05:00April 26th, 2020|

Date: April 26, 2020 ()

Bible Text: 1 Kings 8:12-54 |

“Huge as this universe is, God has complete power over it, as you have over the ball which you toss in your hand.” – C. H. Spurgeon God is worthy of our worship 1 Kings 8:12-54 This entails prayer, 1 Kings 8:28-29, 45 This involves confession, 1 Kings 8:33,35 This involves obedience, 1 Kings 8:36 This requires time God is worthy of our praise 1 Kings 8:55-56 God is worthy of our devotion 1 Kings 8:57-61 Starts with the heart, 1 Kings 8:58 Continues with prayer, 1 Kings 8:59 Shown by our walk, 1 Kings 8:61 How big is God! How big and wide His vast domain! To try to tell these lips
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