The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning... Lamentations 3:22
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God is Good in the Gospel.

Scripture: Titus 3:4-6

July 9, 2016

Paul lays out the gospel in such a way that those who have never heard can believe. He is also equipping believers to share the good news.

 

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Seeking the Saving King

Scripture: John 12:12-26

April 9, 2017

Jesus enters Jerusalem to the praise of the masses. But Jesus knows many will turn on Him. There were some greeks that came seeking Him and Jesus tells of His coming death. He also had some very sober words for the people that wanted to anoint Him king.

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The Story of Jesus to the Resurrection

Scripture: Gospels

April 2, 2017

In this sermon we start from the beginning. God had a plan before we were even made. God sent His son into the world to teach and then die for them.  A lot happened during the last week of Jesus life, and none of it was suprising... to Jesus.

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Kill Your Sin 3

Scripture: Romans 8:12-13

March 26, 2017

In these verses we are given some of the most practical advice in all the Bible. We are instructed to mortify our indwelling sin. In this sermon we look briefly at these verses and consider 4 reasons we should wake up and start killing sin.

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Kill Your Sin 2

Scripture: Romans 8:12-13

March 19, 2017

In these verses we are given some of the most practical advice in all the Bible. We are instructed to mortify our indwelling sin. In this sermon we look briefly at these verses and consider 4 reasons we should wake up and start killing sin.

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Kill Your Sin 1

Scripture: Romans 8:12-13

March 12, 2017

In these verses we are given some of the most practical advice in all the Bible. We are instructed to mortify our indwelling sin. In this sermon we look briefly at these verses and consider 4 reasons we should wake up and start killing sin.

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Do You Have the Spirit of Christ?

Scripture: Romans 8:9-11

March 5, 2017

Paul is writing to the church. But, Paul does not take for granted they all know Jesus.  So, Paul says, "if you have the Spirit of Christ". He makes the point that those without the Spirit do not belong to Christ.  Great verses for assurance!

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The Mindset of Life and Death

Scripture: Romans 8:5-9

Febuary 26, 2017

There is a mindset that leads to life or to death.  Paul instructs the reader to set their mind on the Spirit.  We learn that a mindset on the flesh is death, it can not submit to God nor can it please God.

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God has Done the Work

Scripture: Romans 8:2-4

Febuary 19, 2017

God has done it all!  Praise God that He sent His Son to do the work on our behalf.  There was no way for man to fulfill the law of God on their own.  So, Jesus fulfilled the law for us and destroyed sin in the process.

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God and Man

Scripture: Romans 1-7

February 12, 2017

Paul begins by stating his hunger for preaching the gospel. He continues to teach on how men are saved by faith and not works. These 7 chapters are filled with behind the scenes footage of how God works in men.

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A Passion for the Works of God

Scripture: 1 Timothy 4:6-11

January 29, 2017

As the Christian grows in his love for Jesus and pursues holiness there will be a difference in his life. The more love the Christian has for Christ, the more passion he will have for the works of God. Christians are not called to be sedentary but to live for God.

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A Passion for Jesus

Scripture: Philippians 3:7-8

January 22, 2017

If we want to live holy lives set apart unto God, there is one thing we need. A Passion for Jesus. Paul wanted to know Jesus so badly that he left everything behind. He saw Jesus as so valuable that everything else in this world was like garbage to him.

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A Passion for Holiness

Scripture: Matthew 6:24;

January 15, 2017

Jesus tells his followers that they can not serve two masters. They will love one and hate the other.The more we love the world, the less we love God. Love for God drives out our love for the world. Christians should have a passion for holy living since the Spirit dwells within them.

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Prayer for the Fullness of God

Scripture: Ephesians 3:14-20

January 8, 2017

These may be the greatest words of prayer outside of Jesus' own in the whole Bible. This is the pinnacle of Christian experience. Paul is praying his readers will know the love of Christ and therefore, the fullnes of God.  His hope is in God who can do more than we ask or think!

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Jesus is the Sacrifice for Sin

Scripture: John 1:29-34

December 25, 2016

Without sacrifice there would be no life. Jesus came to the earth to die. He did not come to reign as an earthly King or to gain wordly riches. Jesus came to be the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. John makes sure this is clear at the beginning of his book.

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Jesus is the Fulfillment of Prophecy

Scripture: John 1:19-28

December 24, 2016

The reason it is so logical to believe the Bible is because there are hundreds of fulfilled prophecies.  Jesus fulfilled over 350 written hundreds to thousands of years before His birth.  The fulfillment of porphecy is one of many reasons all people should believe on Jesus.

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Jesus is God in the Flesh

Scripture: John 1:14-18

December 17, 2016

One of the greatest miracles in all the Bible is the Incarnation. That is, that God would become man. John testifies that God became flesh and dwelt among us. It is a beautiful picture into the character of God, that He would stoop to such depths for those He loves.

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Jesus is the Light of the World

Scripture: John 1:6-13

December 11, 2016

We do not have to look very far to see the truth of these verses. The world lies in darkness. Jesus broke through the darkness and shed His light throughout the world. John is writing to tell the story of the light of God coming into the world.

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Jesus is Creator

Scripture: John 1:1-5

December 4, 2016

The disciple whom Jesus loved writes his gospel from such a wonderful perspective. In the opening verses we learn that Jesus was more than a man born into this world.  Jesus was and is God who existed before time. Jesus was also the creator of the world and all that there is.  John wants us to know this Jesus.

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Doing Marriage Well

Scripture: 1 Peter 3:1-7

November 20, 2016

God's first institution was marriage. It is such a special relationship in the eyes of God. Good marriages bring honor to God Almighty. Peter instructs men and women on how they are to treat each other within marriage. We are instructed to do marriage well for the glory of God

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Free From Condemnation 2

Scripture: Romans 8:1-2

November 6, 2016

After learning there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, the apostle Paul turns his attention the work of the spirit in the life of the believer. The Christians has been set free from sin and death by the spirit of life.

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Free From Condemnation 1

Scripture: Romans 8:1-2

October 30, 2016

At the beginning of Romans 8 there is written some of the most beautiful and liberating words found in the whole world.  "There is therefore now no condemnation." What an amazing statement to the sinners that has trusted his sould to Jesus.

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The Battle is Real 4

Scripture: Romans 7:14-25

October 23, 2016

We close our journey on these verses by looking at two very important points. The Christian should see and lament his fallen nature, while looking to Christ as his only hope.  Although there is a real battle to fight, Christ has already conquered.  One day we will experience full and final victory.

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The Battle is Real 3

Scripture: Romans 7:14-25

October 16, 2016

(*Note: A Portion of Audio is Missing.)             Paul speaks of himself as a divided man. But, this division does not take away from his love for God.  He delights in the law of God. He is in a real battle everyday. Yet, he still hungers for God.

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The Battle is Real 2

Scripture: Romans 7:14-25

October 9, 2016

Although the Christian is a new creation, he still lives in a body of death.  Indwelling sin is real and active.  Paul let's us in on the struggle that has occured within his own life. His new life in the Spirit is willing, but his flesh is weak.

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The Battle is Real 1

Scripture: Romans 7:14-25

October 2, 2016

Paul is leading us to Romans 8:1, where he will declare, "There is therefore now no condemnation for those in Christ Jesus."  He gives himself as an example of the battle occuring in the life of the progressively sanctified Christian. A great lesson and encouragment for believers.

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The New Way of the Spirit

Scripture: Romans 7:1-13

September 18, 2016

The Christian is no longer bound to law keeping for the sake of righteousness.  Just like a woman is no longer bound to her husband after his death, the Christian has been freed. He now walks in a new way.  He walks in accord to the Spirit dwelling within.

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Sanctification Leads to Life

Scripture: Romans 6:20-23

September 11, 2016

There was no gain for the man ensalved to sin. He may think himself to be free. Slavery to sin leads to death. Christ sets men free to be who they are: People created in the image of God. God as slave master gives free gifts to His children. He sanctifies them, and this sanctification leads to life.

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Servants of Righteousness

Scripture: Romans 6:15-19

September 4, 2016

The person who has responded to the grace of God by faith is now under grace. Because of their new position with God, sin will not win in their lives. This text encourages the believer to present himself to God as a slave to righteousnes. The doctrine of sanctification is central to these verses.

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Give Yourselves to God

Scripture: Romans 6:12-14

August 28, 2016

Sin wants to rule the person. After being freed by the grace of Christ, the battle is still ongoing. Our bodies are a constant battleground for sin.  These verses teach us to fight. We can use the parts of our body for God, or we can use them to serve sin.  We must fight.

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Consider Yourselves Alive to God

Scripture: Romans 6:1-11

August 21, 2016

The person of faith is joined to Jesus. What is true of Him is true of the believer. In Christ we die and are raised. Here we are encouraged to consider ourselves dead to sin but alive to God. His work in us is for the purpose of setting us free from sin, not ensalving us more.

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Jesus is Better

Scripture: Romans 5:12-21

August 7, 2016

Paul continues arguing justification is through faith alone. In these verses he helps his audience see the similarities and differences b/w Adam and Jesus. Adam as the first man, brought sin into the world.  Jesus, the Son brought a reverse to the curse of sin.

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Remedy for Troubled Heart

Scripture: John 14:1-11

July 31, 2016

Jesus is preparing His disciples for His departure. These are some of the last words of Christ. From a heart of compassion, Jesus gives them some concrete reasons to help remedy their troubled hearts. It applies to the disciples of Jesus today in many ways.

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No Longer Enemies

Scripture: Romans 5:9-11

June 26, 2017

This text reminds us of our previous state without Christ. Jesus has brought us back to God. We have moved from enemies to friends. We will surely be saved.

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Love Poured Out

Scripture: Romans 5:5-8

June 19. 2016

The Holy Spirit has poured the love of God into our hearts. He is the conduit of God's love. God did this for us, not when we were doing well. He did this for us at the height of our rebellion.

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Access into Grace

Scripture: Romans 5:1-5

June 12, 2016

Jesus has given us peace with God and given us access into grace by faith. Our response is to rejoice in the hope of the glory of God and in our sufferings, which produce character and lead to more hope.

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The Nature of Faith 2

Scripture: Romans 4:18-24

June 5, 2016

Abraham believed God, his faith did not weaken or waver. We are called to mimic the faith of Abraham. His faith glorified God and it was counted to him as righteousness. His story is a great example for us today.

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The Nature of Faith 1

Scripture: Romans 4:18-24

May 22, 2016

In this message we learn the story of Abraham. Abraham was a historical illustration of faith. Through the example of the life of Abraham, many will come to understand a life of faith. God's work in Abraham teaches the nature of faith.

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Faith Resting on Grace 3

Scripture: Romans 4:13-17

May 15, 2016

This message is the conclusion of these 5 verses. Paul is reminding us that we have an inheritance. This inheritance rests on grace that we enter by faith.  This inheritance is for all who share Abraham's faith. Our assurance rests in God who gives us life and existence.

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Faith Resting on Grace 2

Scripture: Romans 4:13-17

May 8, 2016

Faith is the key to the inheritance. No one can access the grace of God without faith. Yet, grace is the source of faith. Grace is also the foundation of all the blessings of God. Grace has a name. Jesus is the grace of almighty God.

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Faith Resting on Grace 1

Scripture: Romans 4:13-17

April 24, 2016

This message takes an overview of verses 13-17. They teach us that we will be heirs of a promise. This promise is one of eternal life. The promise begins and ends in Jesus Christ. There is a great unfathomable inheritance to all those who come to faith in Jesus

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Justification by Faith

Scripture: Romans 4:1-8

April 17, 2016

God has graciously saved us by faith. No matter how many sins are stacked against us, they are all erased by faith in Jesus. We are reminded here that God counts righteousness apart from man's works. Blessed is the man against whom god will count no sin.

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What Kind of Man Will You Be?

Scripture: Psalms 1:1-6

April 3, 2016

There are two types of people. Those who are blessed and the wicked. The blessed man lives, breathes, and prays God's Word. The wicked disregard God's instruction to man. Which man are you?

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