Sermons


The Meaning of the Name

What's in a name? A lot, actually! In this message we'll examine the meaning of the name of God--not a specific proper name of His, but the meaning wrapped up in scriptural references to His name. The meaning of the name causes God to take certain actions, and...

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The Connection to Uncreated Spirit

The awesome truth is that mere humans can have a connection to eternity through uncreated spirit. What is it and how can we humans make this connection to God?

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The Book of James, Part 6

We will begin in James 4:11 and continue into chapter 5.

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“Old Pentecost” vs. “New Pentecost” – What’s the Difference?

Ancient Israel begged Moses not to let God speak to them directly again. In AD 31, the soon-to-be members of the newly forming Church pleaded to know what to do so God would accept them. Both on this day—Pentecost. What’s the difference?

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The Greatest Gift

The Feast of Pentecost teaches two great lesson about the plan of God.

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Uncreated Spirit

 In this sermon we look at the Bible’s Description of “Uncreated Spirit” and how it is described in the Old Testament.

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The Bible Describes Spirit

There is much confusion in the world today regarding spirit - especially God's Spirit. In this sermon we will explore what the Bible says about spirit.  

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The Book of James, Part 5

This study wraps up chapter 3, contrasting the wisdom of this world with the wisdom from above. We'll also begin chapter 4, discussing the pursuit of pleasure and friendship with the world vs seeking a right relationship with God through repentance.

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Saved By His Life

he apostle Paul, in Romans 5:10, says we are saved by the life of Jesus Christ. What does the resurrected life of Jesus Christ  do for us that His death alone does not?

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Honor – The Forgotten Virtue

In a world characterized by rudeness and disrespect, honor is a word that is rarely used in our contemporary culture. In this sermon we will examine what it means why it is expected in the life of a Christian.

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