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I Will Build My Church

Jesus the Christ said He would build His Church on the rock solid truth of who He was and is.

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The People of the Book

Those in Israel today are known as "The People of the Book," but that is a phrase all Christians should be known by as well.  This sermon gives the reasons why and how we too need to be the ones called: "The People of the Book."

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Godly Fathers

God our Father is the most perfect example of how fathers should act. Fathers have responsibilities toward their children. "Do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord."

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Raised from the Dead

Matthew 27, verses 51-53 describe events that occurred at the time of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  "Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, and the graves were opened; and many...

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Micah 5-6:8

Continuing in the Bible study series of Micah.

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Lessons from Early Righteous Men

Oftentimes we read stories of the more well-known righteous men of the Bible, but there are four others who are not discussed as much, but their stories are just as meaningful.

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Embassies and Ambassadors

What connection do Embassiesand Ambassadors have to do with us as Christians?  This sermon discusses the parallels that can be found in the Church.

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Another Helper

Jesus promised that another helper would be given to His disciples.  What did He mean? We need to be grateful for the help we receive through the Holy Spirit, and not take it for granted.

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The Spirit of Discernment

Before the Day of Pentecost, Jesus told His disciples that they would receive power when the Holy Spirit would come upon them.  One aspect of this power is discernment.  What is discernment?  How does God develop it in us.  Is it something we can lose?

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The Magnitude of the Wave Sheaf

Jesus the Christ, as the Lamb of God, was offered as a sin offering.  His sacrifice made propitiation for the sins of the people.  We need to attempt to get our minds around the importance of that moment in time, when His sacrifice was accepted by His Father...

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