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Feast of Trumpets: That’s Good, No That’s Bad

The fulfillment of the Feast of Trumpets is both a good and bad thing! Good for the faithful people of God, but very bad for those who rebel against God! In this sermon we’ll reinforce the two over-arching lessons from the Feast of Trumpets.

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Dwell in Booths?

One of the commanded Feasts of the Lord is called the Feast of Booths.  What are ‘booths’ and what are we to learn by staying in them for the duration of the Feast?

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1st Peter, Part 10

Bible Study covering 1st Peter 4:17 - 1st Peter 5:14

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Let No One Take Your Crown!

In Revelation 3 Jesus Christ is giving very serious advice and He is creating a sense of urgency to the Church in Philadelphia and by extension He is giving this instruction to us. With the Feast of Trumpets a couple weeks away, this advice from Jesus Christ is especially important for...

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What is the Role of a Priest?

The Old Testament priesthood had many very important responsibilities. Studying the details of those responsibilities can be beneficial for our spiritual lives and preparing for even greater responsibilities as priests serving the whole world when Jesus Christ returns.

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Lessons from 1 Samuel 12

Despite Samuel's warning, Israel insisted on having a "king to judge us like all the nations" ( I Sam 8:5). Let's look at some lessons we can learn from Samuel's address at Saul's coronation in 1 Samuel 12.

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Slain in the Spirit??

Some Christians feel that the power of the Holy Spirit can come upon them and knock them to the ground bringing healing and comfort. What dos the Bible teach us about this phenomenon?

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1st Peter, Part 9

Bible Study covering 1st Peter 4:4 - 1st Peter 4:17

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The Importance of Children

Why does the Church put so much time and energy into children? Is God really that concerned about little kids? In this sermon we'll examine God's attitude toward the little ones and see if our approach matches His.

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The Kingdom Parables

Some of the stories that Christ told are known as the ‘Kingdom Parables’ because they begin with the phrase, “The Kingdom of God is like…”  What should we learn from these ‘Kingdom Parables’?

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