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Sermon Audio from the Preaching Ministry of Waynesboro Grace Church.
 
Sermons from First Baptist Waynesboro, VA Sunday morning worship. More information about our church is located at www.firstbaptistwboro.org
 
Waynesboro Church of Christ
 
Kenn Edwards used to podcast. Here are the leftovers.
 
Top 100 Other Songs fiddle songs which Fiddle Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
 
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Luke 6 is Luke’s version of the Beatitudes in Matthew 5. These rhythmic verses showcase that the old, difficult paths of being poor, hungry and persecuted are in fact the path that leads to the kingdom of heaven. But the old paths of the rich, prideful and fortunate are cursed to never see the light of Christ. We’d do well to hear from these po ...…
 
Jesus directs the disciples to put their nets in the water. Peter responds, “We’ve been fishing all night. We’ve caught nothing. No offense but it won’t matter if we do it again. But if you say so, we will.” So they did, and they caught more fish than their boat could hold. By the time they got to shore, it dawned on all of them that with Jesus ...…
 
Here is the link to the video Pastor Tim played. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfYibfY6fQk&t=2sIt is recommended to copy/paste this link in to another tab on your browser.
 
Jeremiah was called by God to be a prophet. He resists such a call at first not feeling particularly capable for such a task. God reminds him, “Do not be afraid. I am with you to deliver you.” I am particularly sure that we feel a lot like Jeremiah still today. God calls us to rebuke what needs rebuking, plucking what needs plucking, but we fee ...…
 
In Luke 4, Jesus is in Nazareth, his hometown. He shows up to the Synagogue and interrupts the worship service in order to read scripture. It is an odd theatrical moment for Jesus. He intentionally reads from Isaiah 61 and announces he has come to fulfill the prophecy of Jubilee. Through him, all people will be set free. There is much to learn ...…
 
At a wedding in Cana, Jesus turns water into wine in order to “reveal his glory.” What I love about this passage is a parenthetical aside in verse nine: “When the steward tastes the water that had become wine, and did not know where it came from (though the servants who had drawn the water knew) . . .” The servants knew. Those who serve alongsi ...…
 
Today’s worship was canceled due to inclement weather; but thanks to technology, we can still reflect on God’s word together. "Perhaps you’ve been walking down this old path of self-rejection for too long. The world’s voices have been leading you astray; but good news, they don’t have to anymore. God’s voice is cutting through the noise, and if ...…
 
For Epiphany Sunday, we study how the coming of the Wise Men travel to see and adorn baby Jesus as the Christ. In just twelve verses, we see quite the juxtaposition of old, worn paths being re-authored by new light. For instance, the Wise Men literally followed the light of a star in search of a new king.…
 
As soon as the world catches their breath at the birth of Jesus, a chorus of angels sing! Scripture says, “And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host, praising God and saying, “Glory to God in the highest heaven / and on earth peace among those whom he favors!” This act of worship demands our attention and our repeti ...…
 
Simeon was a devout man who was told by the Spirit to go to Jerusalem and commission the baby Messiah. He arrives on cue, takes Jesus into his arms and sings to him a song that still reverberates today.
 
Mary’s song is the gospel before the gospel unfolds. She visits her relative (probably cousin) Elizabeth and announces in song that she will forever magnify the Lord because of this miracle. During her pregnancy, she predicts the gospel before it unfolds. Her words still ring true for us today and leads us into worship.…
 
As Christians, we have every reason to show the world what it means to be thankful.
 
Our sins do not keep us from God. We used to think they did but not anymore. Jesus’ “blood” (used as a metaphor), allows us the freedom to approach the sanctuary of God with boldness and confidence because the love of Jesus is greater than our sin.
 
Death is bigger than us. When it comes for our loved ones, it leaves us feeling wounded. Luckily, though, we have a truth that transcends death. Because Jesus endured and absorbed death itself, we now know that Jesus is even greater than death itself.
 
Part of the weekly and monthly rhythms of early Christians was to make sacrifices in the Temple for sins. Sacrificing animals to atone for wrongdoing is an ancient practice; one in which Jesus has made obsolete. We don’t need to sacrifice animals since Jesus is the ultimate sacrificial lamb.
 
The Law of Moses is what separated the good people from the bad. The law kept order and a systematic religion moving forward. At the time, to follow the Law was to be close to God, but now we have a new way to draw towards God . . . we have Jesus.
 
The role of priest in Antiquity must be understood. They stood in the gaps for people’s sins and their right relationships with the community. Their role was of the most importance. Yet, Jesus is even greater. Even more important. This sermon will illustrate how.
 
Sabbath should not be optional. It reallocates and reorients our energies back to a more sustainable lifestyle . . . but not everyone participates in Sabbath. Instead, we work. We do more. We go to work early and stay late. But Sabbath brings us back to a relationship with Jesus . . . and according to the preacher in Hebrews, Jesus should be gr ...…
 
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