Archive for the ‘Patience’ Category

God’s Desire for Repentance

Sunday, December 10th, 2017

Sunday evening sermon by K Wayne Scott

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John Chapter 3

Sunday, November 26th, 2017

Sunday evening sermon by K Wayne Scott

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Bless The Lord

Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

Sunday morning sermon by Mark Gentry


Four Exhortations

Sunday, June 7th, 2015

Sunday morning sermon by Mark Gentry


Remembering Where We Were

Sunday, August 7th, 2011

by T. Sean Sullivan

We are faced with a slight dilemma in the fact that we are caught between our desire to be free from our past and a need to remember from where we have come. It is true that we are admonished, through Paul’s writing, to forget our past (Philippians 3:13); and we should all agree with Paul on the point that he makes in that passage.

We do not need to relive the burden, and guilt that weighed us down and disqualified us from accessing eternal life. Our heavy burdens have been lifted through Jesus Christ (Matthew 11:28). Once our sins are forgiven, we should clear them from our conscience. In fact, obedience to God’s will [His commands] should directly result in a clear conscience (1… Continue reading

Live for Heaven in 2011

Sunday, January 9th, 2011

by Joe R. Price

As 2010 draws to a close God’s people know “our salvation is nearer than when we first believed” (Rom. 13:11). Both the brevity of life and the uncertainty of the future compel Christians to always live for heaven by doing the will of God (Jas. 4:13-17; Phil. 3:12-14). Let us live for heaven in 2011…

1) By following God’s pattern. In this “post-modern” world the idea of definite, absolute truth is rejected. Nevertheless, God’s word is the “pattern of sound words” we must hold fast; it is apostolic teaching (2 Tim. 1:13; Acts 2:42). The NT of Christ is as relevant today as when it was first revealed 2,000 years ago. God’s truth makes demands on us. God’s word of grace teaches us to… Continue reading