Sermon Series
  • 1. We Can Deceive Ourselves

    Contributed on Jun 29, 2021
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    Deception can come from within. Have you ever told yourself a lie, and talked yourself into believing it? That is self-deception. Have you ever seen your friends doing something, and you know it is wrong, but you still talked yourself into doing that exact same thing? That is self-deception.

    Introduction My Bible tells me as we approach the end times, there will be one major event that will occur that the church is silent about for the most part, and therefore, the church is not teaching its members to be aware. But this event must occur, and we must be prepared for it because God more

  • 2. Don't Walk Out Of Church Doing Nothing With What You Heard

    Contributed on Jul 6, 2021
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    Be a doer of the Word of God and you will not be deceived plus you will be blessed beyond your own efforts. You cannot out do God! Amen.

    INTRODUCTION: Last week, we talked about a falling away from the faith that must occur before the end comes. This falling away is going to be the result of deception that will blanket this world. The Scripture is quite clear: 2 Thessalonians 2:3 3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that more

  • 3. When Deception Goes From Bad To Worse

    Contributed on Jul 14, 2021
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    We especially need to take notice since the deception of the end time will be far worse than anything that we have experienced to this point.

    Introduction: So far in our study, we have looked at how we can be deceived. We can personally be deceived by gaining too much wisdom of this world that we discount the Word of God as irrelevant and unimportant. We also can experience deception by hearing the Word preached to us and then doing more

  • 4. Where Is The Promise?

    Contributed on Jul 24, 2021
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    Today, we want to look at the scoffer. The word "scoffer" is not a word that we use in our everyday language, so let me tell you what it means. It refers to a person who will mock you; make fun of you or what you believe.

    Introduction: The last time that I was in this podium, I spoke about how deception does not just stay static; it develops a life of its own and that life cycle takes it from bad to worse. For example, deception may lead a person to sin, but the usual response is that a person experiences remorse more

  • 5. Satan's Role In End Time Deception

    Contributed on Jul 31, 2021
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    Satan has a key role in the end time deception.

    Introduction: So far in our study we have looked at what part we play in deceiving ourselves. And then last week we shifted to what role others play in deceiving us. And we looked at the scoffers who plant the seeds and hope that you will take the bait and let their suggestion grow to a delusion more

  • 6. Hiding In The Church House Unnoticed

    Contributed on Aug 7, 2021
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    We tackle the group that Jesus refers to in the Sermon on the Mount as wolves in sheep's clothing. These are the one who work their way into the church congregation, get places of authority and then start sharing lies or half-truth about God or His Word for the purpose of deceiving you.

    Introduction: Today, we are going to look at the final group of players whose purpose is to deceive you and me as we approach the end times. In previous weeks, we looked at the scoffer who gets the Christian to question God. And then we saw last week that Satan uses lawlessness to his advantage to more