Sermon Series
  • 1. How To Treat One Who Has Wronged You

    Contributed on Apr 26, 2007
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    What do we do when someone has wronged us? We know that we must forgive, but when is restoration necessary? Paul’s letter to Philemon gives us some insights into when it is appropriate to restore someone who has wronged us.

    How to Treat One who has Wronged You Philemon Over the next four weeks we will be taking a look at how to treat what we often ignore. These messages will come from four of the smallest books in the Bible, all one-chapter books. Today we’re going to walk through the book of Philemon and then ...read more

  • 2. How To Treat The Good The Bad And The Ugly

    Contributed on Dec 17, 2007
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    3 John gives to us a glimpse into the life and struggles of the church of the first century. They struggled with the truth and with personalities. To borrow the words of a New Testament scholar: “Third John is all about the Elder, who wrote it; Gaius, who

    Jay Leno once said that the Christmas tree is the perfect houseplant for him because it is already dead. And that’s probably true for many of us. Growing house plants sometimes is hard work. One preacher was given a Peace Lily for a wedding gift. I don’t know what the symbolism means. Peace ...read more

  • 3. How To Treat Your Salvation

    Contributed on Dec 17, 2007
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    This sermon was preached right after the Virginia Tech shootings. Aside from the apostle Paul, I don’t know if we see a greater change in anyone than John. He went from a "son of thunder" to one who said, "little children, let us love one another." It

    As we continue through some of the smallest letters in the New Testament, we come to two of the letters written by the apostle John. But before we get to his writings, let¡¦s look at John, and how he was changed by Jesus. John is thought by most to be the youngest of the disciples. I would ...read more