Sermon Archive

He Walks With Me!

“I come to the garden alone, while the dew is still on the roses; and the voice I hear, falling on my ear, the Son of God discloses. And He walks with me, and He talks with me, and He tells me I am His own, and the joy we share as we tarry there, none other has ever known. He speaks and the sound of His voice is so sweet the birds hush their singing; and the melody that He gave to me within my heart is ringing. And He walks with me and He talks with me, and He tells me I am His own, and the joy we share as we tarry there, none other has ever known.”

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Fishbowl Fellowship

“Back in the day” church was a family. We knew each other. We shared each other’s joys and sorrows, needs and blessings. When we did, the Lord added to the fellowship those who were being saved.

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Praise the Lord & Pass the Ammunition

Sometimes we need to take up the sword to defend what is right and just. We should always honor those who willingly did so we did not have to.

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The Book of Eli

Why is it always a dystopian world that arises from the ashes of worldwide calamity, and never a utopian one?

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Eunice’s Son

“Blessings on the hand of women! Fathers, sons, and daughters cry. And the sacred song is mingled, with the worship in the sky. Mingles where no tempest darkens, Rainbows evermore are hurled. For the hand that rocks the cradle, is the hand that rules the world.” A mother’s influence – good or bad – has far reaching consequences.

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Herodias’ Daughter

“Infancy’s the tender fountain. Power may with beauty flow. Mother’s first to guide the streamlets; from them souls unresting grow. Grow on for the good or evil. Sunshine streamed or evil hurled. For the hand that rocks the cradle, is the hand that rules the world.” A mother’s influence – good or bad – has far reaching consequences.

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Living Biblically III: New and Improved!

After 1,200 years, God reveals to the people of Israel that a new and improved covenant is coming. It will be everything He has always promised and more!

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Living Biblically II: Sex, Lies, and Lobster

After making a covenant with the Israelites, God then has Moses deliver the “paper work.” The Ten Commandments. Then, in Leviticus, God gives the Israelites the “fine print.”

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Living Biblically I: You Want Me To Do What?

What would we have to do to live biblically? God tells us first by making a covenant with His people. A covenant is a voluntary binding and solemn agreement which involves mutual responsibilities. God chooses to enter into this agreement with a man named Abram.

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Easter Sunday 2018: The Lion and the Lamb

Everyone thought He was gone. Forever. That we would never see Him again, but there is nothing He cannot do. Nothing. He can even redeem you and me! Because none of our sin is strong enough to survive the cross.

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