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  • The Cost Of Abandoning Christ Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Jan 18, 2021

    Life is often a matter of focus? As we follow Christ, we can focus on the struggles and persecution we might endure. Or we can focus on the benefits, eternal and glorious, of continuing to follow Christ. Hebrews 2 encourages us to do the latter.

    The Cost of Abandoning Christ Hebrews 2:5-14 A few years ago we had what we called a water bottle outreach at Lazy 5 Recreational Area. It was during one of the music festivals they used to have there, before Covid, on weekday summer evenings. We would hand out water bottles and invitations to more

  • "the Cross"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jan 2, 2020

    This New Year why don't we pay more attention to the cross.

    Hebrews 2:1-10 The cross 1. As we go into this New Year why don’t we pay more attention to the cross? • Our text today states Pay close attention pay the most careful attention, therefore, to what we have heard, so that we do not drift away. • Notice The Cross is an image that the whole world more

  • Why The Word Became Flesh

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Dec 21, 2019

    What Jesus did for us should leave us in awe.

    Why the Word Became Flesh Hebrews 2:5-18 Even though we find the words “And the Word became flesh and tabernacled among us” in the Gospel of John, the Book of Hebrews describes the incarnation of Jesus in detail. The first chapter of Hebrews sets the table for the earthly Jesus. He describes the more

  • Listen And Remember Series

    Contributed by Pastor Randall Timblin on Oct 9, 2019
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    Have you ever forgotten something important? Was it important to you or perhaps your spouse. As the years go by, is it harder to remember? Is the long-term memory more fresh in your mind?

    I hope I never forget my wife’s birthday, but then how could I? I had major surgery in 2015 on her birthday. It is ingrained in my mind. I will never forget that date but I recently forgot our anniversary for the first time. That’s terrible. Makes you want to be young again, doesn’t it? They more

  • "christians" Drifting Away?

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Feb 25, 2019

    Is there a danger of drifting away from faith?

    We continue to worship God through our study of the Letter to the Hebrews; please open your Bibles there….. Let us note again that the letter was written to Jews wo became Christians. Many of them probably saw Jesus crucified and heard first hand that the body of Christ was resurrected; many of more

  • The Highest Kind Of Love

    Contributed by Trevor Chuma on Feb 5, 2019

    One day Jesus was eating with his disciples, and he asked this question to Peter, he said; “Simon son of John, do you love me more than these?”

    Peter responded and said; “Yes, Lord,” he said, “you know that I love you” (John 21:15). The word love which Jesus included in his question is translated from the Greek Word Agape and it means self giving love, the love which one sacrifices himself in place of another. This love means that you put more

  • Christmas Present Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on May 24, 2018

    The Bible reveals: Christmas past – Who Jesus was- all the way back to the Beginning and the first Christmas. It reveals Christmas present - who Jesus is present tense – which is Emmanuel - which means the God who is with us right now and the Bible remind

    Opening Video Illustration: Bluefishtv: “The Greatest Story Ever Told” Thoughts on video – Is this not a miracle – the repeating over and over of the great story of Jesus birth? Think about it! All over this world people in different languages will read the Christmas Story this week – people will more

  • The Source Of Significance Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 8, 2018
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    If you want to find any real significance in life, trust Christ with your life who lowered Himself to lift you up.

    In The Last Days Newsletter, Leonard Ravenhill tells about a group of tourists visiting a scenic little village. They walked by an old man sitting beside a fence and asked him, “Were any great men born in this village?” “Nope,” said the old man, “only babies.” (Leonard Ravenhill, The Last Days more

  • Jesus Tasted Death For Us Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 29, 2018
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    Part of what heaven will be like for us will be a restoration of authority over God's creation of a new heaven and a new earth.

    INTRODUCTION The Book of Hebrews is all about Jesus. From chapter one all the way through chapter thirteen there is a radical focus on Jesus. Hebrews is a study of Jesusology. I just made that word up. I think we should all strive to major in Jesusology. The theme of the book is “Eyes on Jesus.” more

  • Jesus Is. . .! - Part 3 Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jun 17, 2017

    A look through Hebrews at who Jesus Is!

    Jesus Is . . . The Greatest! SERIES: Jesus Is . . .! Hebrews 2:1-18 June 18, 2017 I’ve never heard anyone say . . . when I grow up I want to be a drifter! We usually have something in mind about who we want to be and what we want to accomplish Even when we’re struggling to make a decision, if more

  • Tribute To Mothers

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Feb 12, 2017
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    A mother's day study based on the life of Jochebed the mother of Moses.

    WHO DO YOU SAY THAT I AM? Matthew 16:13-23 The most important question in the whole of our life concerns the Person of Christ. Who is He? What is He to us? Our answer to this question will determine what we believe, how we live, and where we will go when we die. 1. Jesus asked, “WHO DO more

  • One Of Us Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Aug 29, 2016
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    Even though angels are above humans, the human nature of Jesus was only temporarily below that of angels: Our salvation made His temporary humility necessary. That’s how much He loves you and me.

    One of Us (Hebrews 2:5-18) 1. Some people make a big deal out of small problems, some of which they should actually find amusing: “Today, for our 25th anniversary, my husband and I had dinner on a cruise ship, a dinner we had been planning for months. Upon boarding, I realized the more

  • Barking Up The Wrong Tree Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on May 15, 2016

    This is the 4th sermon in the series "Jesus Is Better- The Better Messenger".

    Series: Jesus Is Better- The Better Messenger [#4] BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE Hebrews 2:5-10 Introduction: As most of you know, I grew up here in Hobbs. In our backyard were several trees. There was an apricot tree, an apple tree, a plum tree, and a mulberry tree. Now the apricot tree and more

  • In All Things!

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Jan 27, 2016

    In this outline we list just a few of the references to the word ALL as you can see it would be one of the world’s longest sermons if we did. However, the few we list lay out a message for both the believer and the now-believer

    IN ALL THINGS! In the KJV Bible the word ALL appears to be used 5621 times in 4664 verses. It is a three-letter word but is used much in speech and even in the Word of God. In this outline we list just a few of the references to the word ALL as you can see it would be one of the world’s more

  • The Heavenly Hierarchy

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Oct 3, 2015

    As the Son of God, Jesus is superior to the world, even though he was not fully revealed to man until his death, resurrection and ascension. Because he became human, he was our representative before God.

    Have you ever noticed that there is a hierarchy or “pecking order” in almost everything in life? For example, in business there is either a board of directors or an owner or owners at the top, managers (if there are any) in the middle and workers at the bottom. In the school system, more