Archive for May 2016

From Trust to Triumph

May 18, 2016 @ 5:59 am

Faith and doubt are a lot alike, they both cause us to trust in something that we can't see. In the Christian walk there is sometimes a lot of time between the promise and the possession, the question is do we have enough faith to stay the course in the difficult times. Caleb did, and in this sermon we see some of the characteristics that helped him to be able to reach the goals that God had placed on his life. God wants to give us that obstacles that lie before us, but do we have the courage and commitment like Caleb to say, Give me my mountain?

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The Impact of A Godly Woman

May 14, 2016 @ 4:55 am

Mothers today face a daunting task, many are filling the roll of both mother and father. Others are just simply struggling to understand where they fit in God's design for womanhood. Make no mistake about it godly women are important and needed more now than ever in our world. We need these women to stand up and to stand out among the crowd. In this Mother's Day Sermon from Titus 2:3-5 we see that Godly women can impact their husbands, their children and others. Are you a Godly woman, does the impact you have prove it?

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The Selfish Church

May 3, 2016 @ 5:38 am

When two children fight over something it is understandable, we know that kids are selfish, but when it's adults it's not so understandable. The truth is that selfishness is not something that most people grow out of. For the church at Ephesus this was a problem that haunted them. In this sermon we begin our journey though the Seven Churches of Revelation that were located in Asia Minor. We see that the Church at Ephesus had a successful start and many characteristics that were commendable, but somewhere along the way there was a slow decline. Like many churches and more specifically believers today they found themselves simply going through the motions and lacking the love for God. This brought a stern warning from God, one that we all need to hear. The question needs to be asked of every person, is Jesus the most important person in your life? If not then something needs to change before He returns.

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Better Than Moses

May 3, 2016 @ 5:28 am

Moses had so much to do with the Old Testament and the Law, so as Hebrew believers it was only common place that they would have looked up to him and rightfully so, he was a great man. But what the writer of Hebrews sets out to show them and us in chapter 3 is that Jesus is so much better than Moses. Were Moses was a servant in the house of God, Jesus had Son-ship and ownership. As believers in today's world we are not tempted as they were to look back to Moses, but we are tempted to go back to other things, we need to be reminded daily that Jesus is so much better.

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