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Honor God and honor our parents

The fifth command requires us to honor our parents, but we also need to honor God as our Father, and show honor and respect to others.

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The Spirit of Truth

Among many attributes of God's Spirit is that of truth.  God has given us a spirit of truth, and we must not go back into the spirit of error.

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Pentecost and the Spirit of Unity

The gift of the Holy Spirit is like a fine jewel with many facets.  One very important facet, the "Spirit of Unity", is underscored by the meaning of the Feast of Pentecost and what it means to be part of the Firstfruits. 

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The Story of Ruth

Lessons we can learn from the life of Ruth and how her story relates to Pentecost.

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What Does Pentecost Mean to us?

As we prepare to keep Pentecost, we need to know what it means and why we observe it each year.

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Laying on of Hands

This sermon covers some key elements of this basic doctrine.

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Lessons from Mothers in the Bible

We traditionally honor mothers each year at this time, and so there are lessons we can learn from the mothers in the Bible. Specifically, Sarah, "whose daughters you are if you do good and are not afraid of any terror.

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Importance of Being a Peacemaker

Peace is more than just the absence of war. Jesus and the apostles informed us that we are to make for peace and be peacemakers. The sermon gives ways on how that can be done.

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God’s mercy-past-present-future

Jesus tells us to be merciful like our Father is merciful.  God is truly abundant in mercy, and we are to be as well.

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Amos 3-4

Continuation of the Bible Study series in the Minor Prophets.

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