Archive for August 2016

Unmistakable Faith

August 29, 2016 @ 3:57 am
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If you got to chose the way in which you would die what would you choose? Many would say, "I would like to go in my sleep," or "I would like to go surrounded by family and friends," but when it comes down to it we really have much say so in how we go, or when. That is why we have to be prepared at a moments notices. Paul wanted to know Jesus, and a byproduct of that is that the world would see an unmistakable faith. So what makes an unmistakable faith, it has to be a faith that knows, shows and grows.

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Riches to Rags

August 21, 2016 @ 6:23 pm
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The "American Dream" has our minds so twisted as to what is most important in life. We strive to have more of what this world can offer in an attempt to be happy, but there is only one source of joy that mankind can find, and His name is Jesus. In this sermon we take a look at the contrast between the life of Ahab, the wicked king of Israel and Elijah, the prophet. Where from the outside it may look as though the life of Ahab was the blessed one in the end we should realize that we can't always equate physical blessing with spiritual relationship.

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The Most Precious Gift

August 18, 2016 @ 3:19 am
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Jesus is deserving of the greatest that we have to offer, but in Scripture we find that He most often found the worst in people. In this sermon we see that He met a woman that was not what you would call "proper," but there was something about her story that strikes the heart of the Gospel. She gave Jesus the most precious gift, she found something that was more valuable than possessions, more important than pride, and more precious than person. Have you given Jesus your most precious gift?

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The Sickening Church

August 8, 2016 @ 5:25 am
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The last of the 7 Churches of Revelation and perhaps the most well known. This Church had a major problem, and that problem caused the utter contempt of the Lord. This is by far the greatest threat facing our Church today, lukewarm Christianity is everywhere, you know someone who is has this problem, you may even be in that place right now. In this sermon we focus on the first of 3 points, the problem of the Church at Laodicea. Because I forgot to turn the recorder on this past week there will be no copy of the follow up sermon, so the final two points were the prescription (Vs. 17-19) and the promise (Vs. 20-22). Sermon notes are available upon request, just email me at brojustinmorris@yahoo.com

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