• Emil Boniog

    Contributing sermons since May 19, 2011
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Life In Christ Church
West Hills California , 91306

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  • "One Thing I Do"

    Contributed on Jan 17, 2012
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    If we can only do one thing this year, what would that be? May I propose for us to strive to develop a close personal relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ using the 4-step process of FORGETTING (OR FORGIVING) THE PAST, FOCUSING ON THIS GOAL,

    “ONE THING I DO” (V.13) Philippians 3: 12 Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already been made perfect, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. 13 Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: more

  • The Conversion & Baptism Of The Ethiopian Eunuch

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2011
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    Although baptism is not necessary for salvation, it is the other side of the coin so to speak. It is an important first step of obedience for the saved. The new believer should be baptized ASAP and without delay. If one truly trusts the Lord, nothing shou

    THE CONVERSION & BAPTISM OF THE EUNUCH Before we go to our message, may I address some questions concerns. QUESTIONS ABOUT ELDERS 1. Why don’t we have Elders? We do but we believe that Elders--the person (presbuteros=presbyterian--rule of elders) and Overseers--the more

  • Do We Want To See What Jesus Saw?

    Contributed on May 19, 2011
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    Jesus looked beyond the physical appearance of people and saw THE SUFFERINGS OF HUMANITY. He also looked at the ministry and saw THE SHORTAGE OF HARVESTERS. The challenge: Do you feel the pains and desperation of people around you? Will you be a worker in

    DO WE WANT TO SEE WHAT JESUS SAW? Matt. 9:35-38 THE PROPOSITION: We can only have true compassion for people the way Jesus had compassion for them until we look at people the way Jesus look at them. Verse 35 says that our Lord went to where the people were. He went from town to town, from more