Contributing sermons since Mar 25, 2015
Contributed on Feb 7, 2023
What is a Christian's response to sin? How is it overcome? How are we forgiven?
Responding to our own sin. 1 John 1:5-2:6 5 This is the message we have heard from Him and announce to you, that God is Light, and in Him there is no darkness at all. 6 If we say that we have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth; 7 but if we walk in ...read more
Contributed on Feb 7, 2023
The early church/ekklesia regularly assembled regularly. The purpose of this sermon is to examine whether there is sufficient evidence within God’s word to draw the conclusion that Christians/Believers regularly assembled in the early church for the purpose of worshiping God.
The early church/ekklesia regularly assembled regularly. The purpose of this sermon is to examine whether there is sufficient evidence within God’s word to draw the conclusion that Christians/Believers regularly assembled in the early church for the purpose of worshiping God. This study from ...read more
Contributed on Mar 30, 2015
The life of a faithful Christian is characterized by a constant growth process. When one becomes a Christian they begin a lifelong journey of service to God. This lesson examines this great truth and brings to light what our obligations are in this.
The Full Grown Christian Ephesians 4:13 "Till we all attain unto the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a full-grown man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ:" (ASV) The life of a faithful Christian is characterized by a constant growth ...read more
Contributed on Mar 28, 2015
The 1st century Christians rejected the use of manmade instruments of music in their worship to God. The reason they did so was the same reason why they rejected animal sacrifices and other elements of the old law. This sermon examines this in detail.
Why New Testament Christians Reject the Use of Mechanical Instruments of Music There’s a general attitude building among the Lord’s church about mechanical instruments of music that tends to be a bit fuzzy. We are seeing a number of large congregations that are making a switch ...read more
Contributed on Mar 27, 2015
A relationship with God is a long term commitment and dependent upon obedience to His will. Christians are therefore saved to serve God. This lesson looks at Christian service from a comprehensive biblical perspective.
Saved To Serve A few months ago, we looked at how to develop a relationship with God. We learned that only the obedient know Him (1 John 2:4); love Him (John 14:23-24); are His friends (John 15:14); and of His family (Matthew 12:50). We looked at the importance of obedience to God as it relates ...read more