Don’t Die Like A Fool

2019-11-11T16:30:42-06:00November 7th, 2019|

Date: November 7, 2019 ()

Bible Text: 1 Corinthians 10:1-13; 2 Samuel 2:18-24, 3:24-34 |

Series:

Close is not good enough Your familiarity with truth does not forgive your sin. Reasons why Abner allowed himself to die in the gate when he could have lived in the city. He forgot his position He was distracted He forgot his relationship with Joab Jesus didn't come to condemn the world, it's already condemned. He thought he was safe Cities of Refuge and their picture of Christ God appointed them - He knew they would be needed, a picture of Grace God's word announced the cities (Joshua 20:7) Anyone could access them - the way to the cities was to be clear Christ is better than the cities of refuge We

Daniel’s Purpose

2019-11-05T21:08:53-06:00November 5th, 2019|

Date: November 5, 2019 ()

Bible Text: Daniel 1:1-21 |

Series:

The Intention of King Nebuchadnezzar Tried to change their look (Daniel 1:5) Wanted to change their identity (Daniel 1:7) Tried to change their talk (Daniel 1:4) Tried to change their Loyalty Tried to change their Allegiance Tried to change their Values Tried to change their Attitudes Tried to change their Goals The Integrity of Daniel He did not allow Babylon to influence him He did not allow his own "friends" to influence him His convictions were based on who he was called to serve

My God is Able

2018-08-26T18:23:32-05:00August 26th, 2018|

Date: August 26, 2018 ()

Bible Text: Daniel 2-4 |

Outline: God is able to turn tragedy into triumph (Daniel 2) God is able to turn a furnace into a favor (Daniel 3) God is able to turn a pit into a place of peace (Daniel 6) God is able to turn a monarch into a mouse (Daniel 4)

Fighting Fundamentalists

2018-06-22T12:39:16-05:00June 22nd, 2018|

Date: July 4, 2010

Bible Text: Ezekiel 12:27 |

Series:

I want to set the stage for what I am going to speak on tonight.  The hippies of the 60s were rebels.  They hated everything that America stood for at the time.  They tore this country to shreds.  Cities across America were in smoke.  There are still blocks of empty space in Chicago that they burned down.  Then they graduated. In the 70s, the hippie generation was ready to take charge.  They were taking over anything from grade school, to high school, to college, and graduate school.  They were taking over the unions; and as you can see now, socialistic type people
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