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Contributed on Aug 15, 2018
We can trust the Word because it is inspire by God.
Opening Video: More Than A Book (1:42 video ilustration available on Sermon Central) The Bible is a unique and remarkable book. It is actually a library of 66 books written over a span of 1,500 years. There isn’t another book in history that took that long to write. 40-different authors from ...read more
Contributed on Aug 8, 2018
You can trust the Word, because it is eternal. The Bible speaks of the eternal nature of the Word of God.
This New Sermon Series is "Why should we trust the Word?" Why Trust the Bible? This question has been asked by many over the centuries. Obviously, many ask this question today. Let me tell you of one person who had real doubts about the Word, and had asked this very question. Billy Graham had ...read more
Contributed on Jul 16, 2018
We are called to unity, not just to be together. No one was ever called to walk this Christian life alone. Every member of the body is responsible to maintain the unity. We maintain unity by individually and collectively keeping our focus on Jesus.
Concerning unity in the church, one of my favorit commentators and Christian authors, A.W. Tozer, the great evangelist and Christian theologian from 60 years ago, commented: Has it ever occurred to you that one hundred pianos all tuned to the same tuning fork are automatically tuned to each other? ...read more
Contributed on Jul 9, 2018
God never called any to be a lone ranger Christian. We are called to come together as living stones to build up the New Temple of God, to be His dwelling place.
I brought this brick with me this morning. Now there is really nothing special about this brick all by itself. It’s not much to look at. But if we take a whole bunch of these bricks and put them together, the results are much more impressive. These bricks do not build a building all by themselves. ...read more
Contributed on Jul 8, 2018
What does it mean to belong to the church, Jesus' physical body here on Earth?
The body of Christ. Just what does that mean to us? And why is it important? The Bible clearly teaches the body of Christ is the church. I was looking at few articles and blogs from people who say they love Jesus but hate the church. What an interesting concept. Is that possible? According to ...read more