Sermon Series
  • 1. Seeing God For Who He Is

    Contributed on Jun 2, 2008
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    1)The Depth of His Mind (v. 33-34) 2) The Degree of His Mercy Romans 11:35 and 3) The Deference of His Magnificence. Romans 11:36

    “SEEING GOD FOR WHO HE IS”: Romans 11:33–36 Everton Community Church. Sunday June 1, 2008. Oprah Winfrey is arguably the best-known woman in the world, with an influence that extends into television, magazines, movies, book publishing, and the internet. By her 20th anniversary as host of The ...read more

  • 2. God Is Spirit

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2008
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    God is 1) Eternal 2) Immortal 3) Invisible and 4) The only God—

    Have you ever begun something and immediately, you realized that the scope was so grand that you were really in for it? I came to the realization this week when this was the first thing I saw when looking into the concept that God is Spirit: Quote: “So far we have seen that God is a real being ...read more

  • 3. God Is Father

    Contributed on Jun 15, 2008
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    1) God’s Discipline is Parental 2) God’s Discipline is Perfect 3) God’s Discipline is Profitable

    When you look for Father’s Day cards you tend to see two general types. There are the sailboat and classic card variety with some general thanks to dad. Then, there are the humorous type that usually poke fun at his lack of fit it ability and the like. The one quality you never seem to see, is the ...read more

  • 4. God Is Triune

    Contributed on Jun 22, 2008
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    1) The Tri-unity of God is One God 2) The Tri-unity of God in Three Persons 3) The Tri-unity of God Can be Confused and 4) The Tri-unity of God impacts us

    Summer time allows us to do quite unique things apart from the rest of the year. As we are currently experiencing, it means short term missions trips for some who normally don’t go the rest of the year. It tends to be wedding season, like we are preparing for now and it also means special outings ...read more

  • 5. God Is Omniscient

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2008
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    God knows: What we do, What we think and What we say

    This week, Ingrid Betancourt, the former Colombian presidential candidate, was rescued from leftist rebels. She was abducted in 2002 by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), and was rescued by Colombian commandos along with three Americans and 11 other hostages on Wednesday. On ...read more

  • 6. God Is Omnipresent

    Contributed on Jul 12, 2008
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    God is always with us 1)In heaven (139:7–8). 2)In the place of the dead (139:8). 3) He can be found by the farthest oceans (139:9–10) and 4)He shines forth in the darkness (139:11–12)

    What’s your favorite place to go in the summer? A place perhaps with blue sky, a calm lake, the wind blowing and the sun shining. For some it is fishing, sunning or golf. For others it’s mountain biking, hiking or swimming. Often during these times we reflect on things and our thoughts seem ...read more

  • 7. God Is Omnipotent

    Contributed on Jul 20, 2008
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    God: 1) Creates and arranges our bodies within the womb (139:13–15) 2) He schedules each day of our lives before we are born (139:16). And 3) He thinks wonderful and innumerable thoughts about us constantly (139:17–18).

    Since the death of Comedian George Carlin who died of a heart attack at age 71 recently, several commentators have mentioned his impact. "Carlin’s worldview took a toll on him, as drug-use reportedly started the heart-problems that eventually killed him. Five years before his death, the ...read more

  • 8. God Is Eternal

    Contributed on Jul 27, 2008
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    1) The Wonder of the Eternal God Declared (Isaiah 40:27)2) The Renown of the Eternal God Delineated (Isaiah 40:28) 3) The Blessings of the Eternal God Displayed (Isaiah 40:29-31)

    Let me introduce you to a person called Michael Rae. In his own words, he is on a path to immortality which involves a near-abstinence level of food, the dedication of an accountant to approve every calorie, and an obsession with death. The youthful, 38-year-old research assistant studying ...read more