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Updated July 2020
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Mark, Scott, and Papa Fred walked us through a wonderful and (at times) fearful passage in Hebrews. The author gives a serious warning to professing believers who fail to take their sin seriously. There is also a wonderful promise of entering God's everlasting rest through Jesus, the greater Joshua. [In making his comments, Mark relied heavily on D…
 
1) Set your aspirations on the advancement of the Gospel, not self. (1:12-14) This brings joy when more people are hearing and speaking the Gospel! (even if I'm suffering) 2) Set your aspirations on the glory of Jesus, not self. (1:15-18) This destroys envy and creates peace and joy. [Mark adapted this outline from Tony Merida's commentary.]…
 
Today we began the book of Philippians for our summer series. God's grace displayed... 1) In the birth of the church (Acts 16) 2) In the lives of its planters (Philippians 1:1) 3) In the lives of its members (Philippians 1:1) 4) In Paul's Trinitarian Blessing (Philippians 1:2)By nacathens
 
Perhaps you've been reading the Psalms and come across places where David suddenly calls for God to judge his enemies. These can shock many Christians today. In light of Jesus's command to love our enemies, how are we to read and understand these "imprecatory" Psalms? [For a behind-the-scenes look at the sources used for these sermons on the Psalms…
 
Psalm 34 was written by David after he had nearly been killed by a pagan king and perhaps soon after he was completely alone in the cave of Adullam. This is an appropriate Psalm to meditate on in the midst of our time of social distancing! David either was (or had recently been) completely alone, afraid, and in danger; yet the Lord delivered him! W…
 
Today the Webster's led us in song, Jerry led us in congregational prayer from Psalm 46, and Mark preached on Psalm 34. Reading of Psalm 34 begins at: 3:20 'Jerusalem' begins at: 7:10 Congregational prayer in Psalm 46 begins at: 11:40 'Great is Thy Faithfulness' begins at: 21:45 The sermon on Psalm 34 begins at: 25:10 'O Lord, My Rock and My Redeem…
 
For Easter we looked at a prophecy of the Messiah's death that was written centuries before Jesus was crucified or even born. The detail of this prophecy is simply staggering. It is a suffering Savior that suffering sinners need. [For a behind-the-scenes look at the sources used for these sermons on the Psalms and how they influenced each message, …
 
We had our entire church 'meet' digitally through Zoom for our Easter service today. As strange as it is to not be together in the same place physically, it doesn't change the fact that the Tomb is empty and there is Good News to tell! Reading of Psalm 22 begins at: 1:00 'His Mercy is More' begins at: 7:15 Congregational prayer begins at: 10:45 'Al…
 
Thanks to Zoom we were able to 'meet' for the first time digitally as a church! We got to hear briefly from all five of our elders, sing together, and get an update from Ansley and Taylor after their time serving the Lord overseas during the last year. Mark shares: 0:00 | Jerry shares: 6:10 | Scott shares: 13:30 We sing 'Ancient of Days': 20:00 | A…
 
Death is one of the few subjects that is culturally unacceptable to spend much time talking about publicly. We can happily discuss a large number of obscure topics, but we fear making eye contact with the subject of our own mortality for more than a few uncomfortable moments. But what if there is real solid hope and joy to be found on the other sid…
 
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