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The Law, Holy Spirit and Pentecost

The Law was given first, but in order to obey it fully we need God's Spirit. Therefore, Pentecost is the key factor with both the Law and the Holy Spirit.

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Why we are not Trinitarian

Most of the mainline Christian churches beleve in the trinity, yet, the Bible really doesn't teach that doctrine.  The Holy Spirit is not a person, but is instead the operational presence of the mind and influence of God as well as His character. 

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The Incredible Oneness of God - Part 2

Within marriage, God has given us an opportunity to experience a taste of Their oneness.

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How not to be lifted up with pride

In the continuing series on what God is looking for in His future kings, we must learn now to avoid pride in our lives.

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Habakkuk 3

Continuing Bible Study series on the Book of Habakkuk.

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Our Worship of God

God commands us to worship Him but we will also see that He is worthy of it.  He commands us to worship Him because it is absolutely necessary in order for God to fulfill His purpose in us.

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A Godly Conscience-Split Sermon

We should always let our conscience be our guide with two conditions--that we let God's word guide our conscience and that we consider the consciences of others.

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Symbolism and the Reality-Split Sermon

Symbolism without the fulfillment of what it means is pointless. There are numerous sacrifices that symbolized and represented the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. If Jesus had not fulfilled what those sacrifices symbolized then all of the symbolism would have been pointless and useless. The same holds true for Christians. If...

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Sin Separates us from God

God separated the Israelites from the sin of Egypt with a mighty hand.  He does the same with us through our calling.  How can we live in this world and still maintain our separation from sin?

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Lessons to learn during the Days of UB

There are important lessons that we need to remember while observing the Days of UB.

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