We Are Sharing The Gospel

Where are We Headed as a Church? / Our Calling the Church 2 Timothy 4:1-5 Since becoming a Christian, I have had a desire to be a witness for Jesus Christ. I remember the first soul that I led to Jesus when I was a first-year, bible college student. I have endeavored to be a consisten
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We Are Believers Being Changed By His Grace

Who We are As a Church Titus 2:11-12 “For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly in the present age.” Titus 2:11-12 This verse teaches us that God’s grace b
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We Are Sinners Saved Through Christ!

Our Calling As A Church Romans 3:19-26 In his March 13, 2009 column in The Wall Street Journal, W. Bradford Wilcox, looking at the church from the world’s point viewpoint, states, “Secularism seems to be on the march in America…the number of Americans claiming no religion now stands a
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The Imperatives of Holiness

Matthew 7:22-27 Justification is the judicial act whereby God declares a believing sinner to be righteous. Sanctification flows out of this as a believing sinner is transformed in holiness. God will not declare a person righteous without also making him righteous. These are both essen
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The Necessity of Repentance

Today we will examine what Jesus meant when He used the word ‘repent’. From the very beginning of his ministry (Matthew 4:17), the word ‘repent’ was common in his teachings and throughout his earthly ministry. He boldly proclaimed before multitudes, “Unless you repent, you will all li
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Divine Soil Analysis

Matthew 13 Matthew 13 is the turning point in Jesus’ ministry. He had been offering the kingdom and himself as Israel’s king but the nation rejected him. From this point on, he no longer proclaimed that the kingdom was at hand but called individuals to surrender in faith to his lordsh
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Jesus Encounters the Paralyzed Man

Jesus was teaching and healing in the city of Capernaum, near the Sea of Galilee. He stopped in Capernaum frequently and did many miracles there but very few people believed in him. The paralyzed man and his friends were the exception. Mark tells us five times that the man was paralyz
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Jesus Encounters Zacchaeus

The very nature of God is to seek and save sinners. From the very beginning of history, God has been seeking lost people but this good news is only good news to those who perceive that they are sinners in need of saving. Zacchaeus was one such man. Zacchaeus was a sinner. Notorious as
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Jesus Encounters the Samaritan Woman

John 4 John chapter four contains one of the most beautiful conversations in all of Scripture. The Lord offers salvation to an outcast woman as if He were handing her a drink of water. This woman stands in stark contrast to Nicodemus from John chapter three. He was a Jew; she was a Sa
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Jesus Encounters Nicodemus

John 3 Benjamin Franklin was a great statesman, a prolific inventor and an avid correspondent. He received letters from people all over the world. Possibly one of the most important letters he ever received was from the well-known British evangelist George Whitfield. Whitfield crossed
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