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One thing that the story of Lazarus teaches us in Luke 16:27-31 is that even an undeniable miracle is not enough evidence to convince someone people to obey the gospel. What are some barriers that keep people from coming in contact with God’s saving grace? Study John 6:36-47 with us.View Sermon
Where do Christians stand with God when they support a political party that promotes and supports abortion, same-sex marriage, and transgenderism?
What does the Bible say about suicide?
When was John the Baptist baptized?
Is it ever appropriate for us to pray directly to Jesus? Does He answer our prayers?
Is an elder still qualified to serve and maintain his position if his wife dies?
The Bible doesn’t exactly depict sin as a monster (unless you count the dragon in Revelation 12). But it does make use of other frightening metaphors to describe sin: slavery (John 8:24), darkness (Ephesians 5:8), etc. With descriptions like this, we desperately need salvation!View Sermon
The Bible describes several different kinds of gifts of the Spirit: (1) leadership offices, (2) skills & talents, and (3) miraculous abilities. While we no longer have miraculous abilities and some of the leadership offices that the church in the 1st century had, some questions about these gifts remain. Let’s examine Ephesians 4:7-16 together.View Sermon
Everyone has been touched in some way by divorce. So why talk about it? (a) Prevention (b) God has spoken about it in the Bible, and we must preach the whole counsel of God (Acts 20:26-27). Let’s examine what the Bible has to say about this sensitive issue. .View Sermon