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Updated January 2020
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I currently serve as Pastor to First Baptist Church of Kingsland, TX. God has granted me the unquenchable desire to help people grow into mature Christians. When considering the cost that Christ paid on my behalf I have been left with the reality that I exist to glorify God in all I do and to lead others into an intimate relationship with Him.
 
I am greatly blessed and privileged to serve here in Kingsland, TX. My relationship with the LORD is the most important relationship in my life. The growth and development of this relationship has strengthened my love, commitment and marriage to my wife (KC) and has equipped us to embrace our God-given mandate in rearing our amazing children. God has placed within my heart an undying passion and commitment to (1) present Christ as Savior and (2) pursue Him as Lord.
 
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Amos 1:3-2:3God will one day judge the whole world. This is a certainty. All injustices, wrongdoing, wickedness, and brutality will be avenged … Justice DELAYED is NOT Justice DENIED! The book of Amos opens with the roar of God’s judgment. God’s pronouncement of judgment upon these nations is a reminder and representation of His coming judgment on …
 
Amos 1:3-2:3 God will one day judge the whole world. This is a certainty. All injustices, wrongdoing, wickedness, and brutality will be avenged … Justice DELAYED is NOT Justice DENIED! The book of Amos opens with the roar of God’s judgment. God’s pronouncement of judgment upon these nations is a reminder and representation of His coming judgment on…
 
Amos 1:1-2The book of Amos teaches us several valuable lessons. The core message of Amos is God’s judgment for sin. YES, God IS patient and slow to anger BUT His patience does have limits. Sin, rebellion, corruption, injustice, and every form of evil behavior will be judged. Every person and EVERY Nation who breaks God’s laws AND refuses to repent …
 
Amos 1:1-2 The book of Amos teaches us several valuable lessons. The core message of Amos is God’s judgment for sin. YES, God IS patient and slow to anger BUT His patience does have limits. Sin, rebellion, corruption, injustice, and every form of evil behavior will be judged. Every person and EVERY Nation who breaks God’s laws AND refuses to repent…
 
Ephesians 1:11-12We have been predestined not only to adoption and to holiness, but also to “an inheritance” Our Inheritance is, in a word…..heaven. It is the sum total of all God has promised to us in and thru salvation. God gives us this inheritance so that we will live forever in the new heavens and earth as a perfect demonstration of His glory.…
 
Ephesians 1:11-12 We have been predestined not only to adoption and to holiness, but also to “an inheritance” Our Inheritance is, in a word…..heaven. It is the sum total of all God has promised to us in and thru salvation. God gives us this inheritance so that we will live forever in the new heavens and earth as a perfect demonstration of His glory…
 
Ephesians 1:7-10Because we are FORGIVEN we (1) have been Justified, (2) are being Sanctified and (3) will be Glorified. Our Justification is behind us. In Christ, we are saved from the PENALTY of sin. Our Sanctification is ongoing. In Christ, we are being saved from the POWER of sin. Our Glorification is coming. In Christ, we will be saved from the…
 
Ephesians 1:7-10 Because we are FORGIVEN we (1) have been Justified, (2) are being Sanctified and (3) will be Glorified. Our Justification is behind us. In Christ, we are saved from the PENALTY of sin. Our Sanctification is ongoing. In Christ, we are being saved from the POWER of sin. Our Glorification is coming. In Christ, we will be saved from th…
 
Ephesians 1:3-6We have turned Christianity into a ME THING: I get to go to Heaven, I get to be with Jesus, I get to walk the streets of gold, I get to reunite with lost loved ones, etc. Our Faith is not about us and it is ALL about Him! He CHOSE us…in Him, before the foundation of the world, that we should be HOLY and BLAMELESS…before Him. You will…
 
Ephesians 1:3-6 We have turned Christianity into a ME THING: I get to go to Heaven, I get to be with Jesus, I get to walk the streets of gold,I get to reunite with lost loved ones, etc. Our Faith is not about us and it is ALL about Him! He CHOSE us…in Him, before the foundation of the world, that we should be HOLY and BLAMELESS…before Him. You will…
 
Ephesians 1:1-2As Believers, we have been SET APART…MADE HOLY…and, therefore, we are called a SAINT. This is true both positionally and experientially. Positionally, we are holy in Christ and experientially we are called to be holy like Christ.
 
Ephesians 1:1-2 As Believers, we have been SET APART…MADE HOLY…and, therefore, we are called a SAINT. This is true both positionally and experientially. Positionally, we are holy in Christ and experientially we are called to be holy like Christ.By David Henneke
 
James 5:13-20James has had a great deal to say about the tongue, and this chapter is no exception. He mentioned some of the lowest uses of the tongue: complaining (vs. 9) and swearing (vs. 12), but he also named some of the highest uses of the tongue: proclaiming God’s Word (vs. 10) and praying and praising God (vs. 13). Prayer is certainly a high …
 
James 5:13-20 James has had a great deal to say about the tongue, and this chapter is no exception. He mentioned some of the lowest uses of the tongue: complaining (vs. 9) and swearing (vs. 12), but he also named some of the highest uses of the tongue: proclaiming God’s Word (vs. 10) and praying and praising God (vs. 13). Prayer is certainly a high…
 
James 5:1-6James never said it was a sin to be rich. After all, Abraham was a wealthy man, yet he walked with God and was greatly used by God to bless the whole world. James was concerned about the selfishness of the rich. What James condemned was the wrong use of wealth, James condemned the ones who use their wealth as a weapon and not as a tool w…
 
James 5:1-6 James never said it was a sin to be rich. After all, Abraham was a wealthy man, yet he walked with God and was greatly used by God to bless the whole world. James was concerned about the selfishness of the rich. What James condemned was the wrong use of wealth, James condemned the ones who use their wealth as a weapon and not as a tool …
 
James 4:13-17In this final section of Chapter 4, James addresses three sins that we need to guard ourselves against: I. Sin of Presumption (making plans without including God in the planning process), II. Sin of Boasting (to brag or boast about our life and accomplishments) and III. Sin of Omission (failure to do what the Lord instructs us to do).…
 
James 4:13-17 In this final section of Chapter 4, James addresses three sins that we need to guard ourselves against: I. Sin of Presumption (making plans without including God in the planning process), II. Sin of Boasting (to brag or boast about our life and accomplishments) and III. Sin of Omission (failure to do what the Lord instructs us to do).…
 
James 4:11-12James is not afraid to call sin by its name and condemn it strongly. Neither should we be afraid to stand for the truth even if we are condemned as being narrow-minded. However, such speaking out against sin must be made in love. When we speak out about sin in our brothers and neighbors our goal should be to move them to repentance, no…
 
James 4:11-12 James is not afraid to call sin by its name and condemn it strongly. Neither should we be afraid to stand for the truth even if we are condemned as being narrow-minded. However, such speaking out against sin must be made in love. When we speak out about sin in our brothers and neighbors our goal should be to move them to repentance, n…
 
James 4:5-10Will you humble yourselves before the Lord today? Notice that we are not to wait passively for this to somehow happen, we are not to wait for someone else to humble us neither are we are not to wait for the circumstances of life to do it. Rather, self-humbling is our Christian duty. We must take inventory of our sinfulness and weakness.…
 
James 4:5-10 Will you humble yourselves before the Lord today? Notice that we are not to wait passively for this to somehow happen, we are not to wait for someone else to humble us neither are we are not to wait for the circumstances of life to do it. Rather, self-humbling is our Christian duty. We must take inventory of our sinfulness and weakness…
 
James 4:1-4Many Christians, pursue their pleasures and desperately chase after the wrong things, things that are clearly hostile to God. Any person who is a friend of this world stands against Go because they stand against all that God is. An IMPURE person is an enemy of God’s PURITY. An UNHOLY person is an enemy of God’s HOLINESS. A DECEPTIVE pers…
 
James 4:1-4 Many Christians, pursue their pleasures and desperately chase after the wrong things, things that are clearly hostile to God. Any person who is a friend of this world stands against Go because they stand against all that God is. An IMPURE person is an enemy of God’s PURITY. An UNHOLY person is an enemy of God’s HOLINESS. A DECEPTIVE per…
 
James 3:13-18 The Kind of wisdom a person possesses will be revealed by how they live their lives. Those who possess Wisdom of MAN will demonstrate by their actions that they have NO saving relationship with Jesus. They have NO desire to WORSHIP Him FULLY, to SERVE Him FAITHFULLY, to FOLLOW Him CONSISTENTLY and/or to OBEY Him COMPLETELY. Those who …
 
James 3:1-12James’ description of the evils of the tongue seems relentlessly gloomy. The small tongue controls the whole person. It is a fire from hell. Unlike nature, it is inconsistent. It cannot be tamed. If all this is true, why should we even try to control the tongue? The answer is found in a brief phrase in 3:8, “No human can tame the tongue…
 
James 3:1-12 James’ description of the evils of the tongue seems relentlessly gloomy. The small tongue controls the whole person. It is a fire from hell. Unlike nature, it is inconsistent. It cannot be tamed. If all this is true, why should we even try to control the tongue? The answer is found in a brief phrase in 3:8, “No human can tame the tongu…
 
James 2:14-26One of the greatest tragedies of the church today is that it is often filled with those who profess Christ and yet live nothing for Him. Millions of people profess faith in Christ and yet they do not live for Him. They live for the world and themselves. The only difference between their lives and the lives of unbelievers is that they s…
 
James 2:14-26 One of the greatest tragedies of the church today is that it is often filled with those who profess Christ and yet live nothing for Him. Millions of people profess faith in Christ and yet they do not live for Him. They live for the world and themselves. The only difference between their lives and the lives of unbelievers is that they …
 
James 1:19-27Ultimately, the key to BOTH….RESPONDING to TRIALS and RESISTING TEMPTATION is found in our reaction to the Word of God. In this final section of Chapter 1, James states that we have three responsibilities toward God’s Word: RECEIVE IT (vs. 19-21), OBEY IT (22-25) and PROCLAIM IT (26-27)
 
James 1:19-27 Ultimately, the key to BOTH….RESPONDING to TRIALS and RESISTING TEMPTATION is found in our reaction to the Word of God. In this final section of Chapter 1, James states that we have three responsibilities toward God’s Word: RECEIVE IT (vs. 19-21), OBEY IT (22-25) and PROCLAIM IT (26-27)…
 
James 1:12-18After dealing with the subject of wisdom, James returns to his central theme of this chapter—Testing of our Faith. The Testing of our Faith occurs thru TRIALS and TEMPTATIONS. In verses 12-18 James tells us “how to overcome temptations”. We tend to think of sin as a single act but God sees it as a process. James describes this process …
 
James 1:12-18 After dealing with the subject of wisdom, James returns to his central theme of this chapter—Testing of our Faith. The Testing of our Faith occurs thru TRIALS and TEMPTATIONS. In verses 12-18 James tells us “how to overcome temptations”. We tend to think of sin as a single act but God sees it as a process. James describes this process…
 
James 1:5-12Why do we need to ask for wisdom when we are going through a trial? Why not ask for strength, grace or even for the trial to be removed? Here’s the reason….and it’s connected to what we learned LAST WEEK…we need wisdom so that we will not waste the opportunity God is giving us to grow in Christlike maturity. Wisdom helps us understand h…
 
James 1:5-12 Why do we need to ask for wisdom when we are going through a trial? Why not ask for strength, grace or even for the trial to be removed? Here’s the reason….and it’s connected to what we learned LAST WEEK…we need wisdom so that we will not waste the opportunity God is giving us to grow in Christlike maturity. Wisdom helps us understand …
 
James 1:2-4Sermon in a sentence: Attitude determines action
 
James 1:2-4 Sermon in a sentence: Attitude determines actionBy David Henneke
 
Repentance is more than having a conviction of sin (Felix, Acts 24) and it is more than giving a confession of sin (Pharaoh, Ex 9; Balaam, Numbers 22; Saul, 1 Samuel 15; Achan, Joshua 7). The Greek word for Repentance is metanoia and it is a change of mind AND and change of heart that LEADS TO a change in action. If Repentance does not lead to a ch…
 
Repentance is more than having a conviction of sin (Felix, Acts 24) and it is more than giving a confession of sin (Pharaoh, Ex 9; Balaam, Numbers 22; Saul, 1 Samuel 15; Achan, Joshua 7). The Greek word for Repentance is metanoia and it is a change of mind AND and change of heart that LEADS TO a change in action. If Repentance does not lead to a ch…
 
Jeremiah 29:11promised that the nation of Israel would be restored, but very few of the exiles lived to see the fulfillment of that prophecy. Most of them died without seeing the “future” that God had planned for them. A future that wasn’t fulfilled until 70 years later. Likewise, the future & hope we have in Christ are not a guarantee that things …
 
Jeremiah 29:11promised that the nation of Israel would be restored, but very few of the exiles lived to see the fulfillment of that prophecy. Most of them died without seeing the “future” that God had planned for them. A future that wasn’t fulfilled until 70 years later. Likewise, the future & hope we have in Christ are not a guarantee that things …
 
1 Corinthians 10:13 The statement “God won’t give you more than you can handle” is both untrue and unhelpful. Quite simply the Bible does not teach this. In fact, the Bible actually teaches the opposite truth. Understanding this will enable us to to give better encouragement to those who are suffering.…
 
1 Corinthians 10:13 The statement “God won’t give you more than you can handle” is both untrue and unhelpful. Quite simply the Bible does not teach this. In fact, the Bible actually teaches the opposite truth. Understanding this will enable us to to give better encouragement to those who are suffering.…
 
Matthew 5:10 The Beatitude does not say, “Blessed are the persecuted, PERIOD!” Unfortunately, this is the way it is sometimes interpreted. Those who read it like this delude themselves into thinking that any time they experience conflict they are bearing the reproach of Christ. Sadly, Christians are very often persecuted not for their Christianity,…
 
Matthew 5:10 The Beatitude does not say, “Blessed are the persecuted, PERIOD!” Unfortunately, this is the way it is sometimes interpreted. Those who read it like this delude themselves into thinking that any time they experience conflict they are bearing the reproach of Christ. Sadly, Christians are very often persecuted not for their Christianity,…
 
Matthew 5:9, This divine pronouncement…understood…taken to heart…and applied by the Holy Spirit, can not only bring inner peace to our own troubled hearts but it can also make us instruments of peace to those that are troubled. In other words….It has the potential to give us peace within and to make us mediators of peace in the lives of those aroun…
 
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