Sermons

four-soldiers

Four Soldiers in the Army of God

If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it may not always be a duck. In the Church today we have people that can act the part, but don’t really know Jesus. Coming to and growing in faith in the Lord is a spiritual battle, and you want to make sure you’re in the right army!

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Danger of Ungodly Physical Relationships

The Danger of Ungodly Physical Relationships

We usually talk about Samson’s strength, but “love” or what he thought was love, made him weak. And for a lot of us, we run into the same problem.

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Backsliding

Backsliding – A Spiritual Slippery Slope

The Apostle Peter was sold-out for Jesus. He was convinced he’d never drop the ball…but he did.

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Jesus Must be Lifted Up

Jesus Must be Lifted Up

You’ve heard that God loves you, but you may not feel like it. You may be saying “prove it!” “What has God ever done for me?”

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Life-Changing-Encounter-with-Jesus-Christ

A Life Changing Encounter with Jesus Christ

How do you have a relationship with someone you can’t see?

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Rich Man

Why the Rich Man Did Not Inherit Eternal Life

You can’t be saved without seeing your sin. But what if you’re a good person? Keeping the law, helping people?

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Christmas Celebration

Christmas – A Celebration of God Becoming Flesh

Christmas is the time of year we celebrate the incarnation, when God became flesh, born as a baby in a stable in Bethlehem.

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Your First Love

Have You Lost Your First Love

How do we know if we really love Jesus anymore or not?

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Building-an-Ark

Building An Ark for the Saving of Your Family

Providing food, clothes, and a home for your family is a good thing. But if you miss the long-term…if you miss the spiritual…if you miss the eternal, then you’ve missed it all.

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The-Reality-of-Heaven

The Reality of Heaven

Someone once said, “If there’s no chocolate in heaven, I’m not goin.” Well, no matter how good chocolate is, you ain’t seen or heard or tasted nothin’ yet!

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