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  • Singin' The Blues Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Mar 22, 2021

    Even the emotion of sadness is given to us by God for our good. But what should we do when sadness turns into despondency and depression? These three biblical examples show us what to do.

    A. I came across this humorous list of truths children learn – let me share a few with you. 1. Truth #1: No matter how hard you try, you can’t baptize cats. 2. Truth #2: You can’t trust dogs to watch your food. 3. Truth #3: You can’t hide a piece of broccoli in a glass of milk. 4. Truth #4: The more

  • Successful Sinners And Suffering Saints

    Contributed by Wayne Dunaway on Mar 5, 2021

    A study of Psalm 73

  • God's Rewards

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Feb 21, 2021

    I think it's safe to say we all like to get rewarded. We like to get acknowledged for a job well done. Not that we do things to get rewarded, it's just nice when it happens. Today we'll take a look at the subject of God's rewards.

    GOD'S REWARDS I think it's safe to say we all like to get rewarded. We like to get acknowledged for a job well done. Not that we do things to get rewarded, it's just nice when it happens. There are different kinds of rewards. It could be a prize, it could be cash like when we return a more

  • Emotions Are A Gift From God Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Feb 15, 2021

    We often think that our emotions are a burden, rather than a blessing, but nothing could be further from the truth. God created us with emotions so our lives might be enriched. But we do need to learn how to embrace and employ our emotions in a way that is helpful, not harmful.

  • Praying Psalm 20 (Part One) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Jan 10, 2021

    Psalm 20 was a prayer for the king who was going into battle. But this psalm applies to us too. In Psalm 20 we see love, care and concern as well as encouragement, faith and trust. It's a good psalm to focus on, take to heart and pray.

    PRAYING PSALM 20 (part one) Last week I talked about getting alone with God in silent solitude. Obviously when we do that we are going to spend at least some of that time in prayer. We pray for what's on our heart and we pray for others and we pray for our town, state, country, world. Someone more

  • Test: Watching People: Ready To Quit

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Oct 21, 2020

    Come let us reason, it is not wise to watch other people and then throw up our hands and quit. Frustration is a faith killer.

    TEST: I AM AN READY TO QUIT… FRUSTRATION… WATCHING PEOPLE By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. (I have a towel, discuss Roberto Duran’s most famous fight was against Sugar Ray Leonard. Roberto threw in the towel and quit early in the fight? WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN?) How easy can our more

  • Having A Heart After God

    Contributed by Jamey Stewart on Apr 14, 2020

    Through this message we will unfold what will contaminate a pure heart as well as how to maintain one!

    1. Why Is A Pure Heart Necessary? - The Lord can create within us a pure heart (Psalm 51:10) - The Lord is good those who have pure hearts (1b) - Those who have pure hearts will experience the blessings of The Lord 2. What more

  • ‘he Never Lets Go Of Us’

    Contributed by Tony Abram on May 31, 2019

    You have taken hold of my right hand. You will guide me with Your counsel, And afterward receive me to honor and glory. This is such a wonderful promise of God to us that I am putting and AMP versions

    ‘He Never Lets Go of Us’ Psalm 73:23-24 (KJV) 23 Nevertheless I am continually with thee: thou hast holden me by my right hand. 24 Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory. Psalm 73:23-24 (AMP) Nevertheless I am continually with You; You have taken hold of my right more

  • The Storm Of Doubt Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on May 24, 2019

    The testimony of Asaph, who is a very mature and experienced ministry leader, is that he is going through the storm of doubt. In this sermon we look at the reasons for the doubt and how to storm-proof our life when we have doubts.

    Message Psalm 73:1-28 The Storm of Doubt “Why Be Faithful as a Christian” Have you ever asked yourself that question? Maybe not specifically – but there is this thought that can happen in your mind in response to a situation that has unfolded in your world. For me it has come when I have reflected more

  • Strong & Courageous

    Contributed by Walter Troup on Mar 29, 2019
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    The Lord told the Israelites to be strong and courageous as he promised to finally deliver them into the Promiseland. What is the source of our strength and courage?

    What do we know about Joshua? • He was born in Egypt • He was part of the entire 40 years of the wilderness time • He was the commander of the army that defeated the Amalekites. That was the battle where Moses' hands were kept up, and as long as they were up, the Israelites were winning the more

  • Choosing The Right Home

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Aug 8, 2017
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    When buying the right home price, foundation and location play a huge role in our selection but what choosing our eternal home? Is not our eternal home so much better than any physical one?

    Choosing the right home is not an easy task. Recently my wife and I went through the process of buying a new home. To say it was challenging would be an understatement! After all, a home is one of the most expensive items that a person invests in during their lifetime … so you want to more

  • Foundational Guidance (Part 3) Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Jul 18, 2017
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    Christians sometimes wonder why they experience trials and corrections while the ungodly seem to prosper. This is examined in the light of Psalm 73.

    Psalm 73 3/20/16 Intro For the last two weeks we have talked about “Foundational Guidance,” those things we do regardless of circumstances, “come what may.” We took our first message from Micah 6:8 where God tells us to (1) do justly (2) to love mercy (3) and walk humbly with your God. Last more

  • Surprise

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Mar 21, 2017
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    As I read this, I see it talking about all the things that the worldly people are doing every day and thinking they are getting by with it, and then one day, God says, “SURPRISE!”

    Read the passage. What does this passage say to you? As I read this, I see it talking about all the things that the worldly people are doing every day and thinking they are getting by with it, and then one day, God says, “SURPRISE!” Life is filled with surprises. How we cope with the more

  • A Psalm Of Lament

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jan 16, 2017
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    The psalmist looks at the world and everything is wrong. it's the arrogant and wicked show are blessed. Yet having reentered the temple of God he finishes with a resounding cry of confidence in God

    A Psalm of Lament audio (5MB) Psalm 73 Today we start a short series on the Psalms – culminating in our evening worship service with Sons of Korah on May 26th. Over the next 3 weeks we’ll be looking at 4 different types of psalm – today a psalm of lament, next week a psalm of yearning, more

  • Living In Light Of Eternity: Replacing Bitterness With God’s Presence Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jun 6, 2016

    The most important thing in life is to be near to God; if you have everything else but fail here, you have lost all. But if you have that, you have God’s companionship and blessing in this life and for all eternity.

    Living in Light of Eternity: Replacing Bitterness with God’s Presence (Psalm 73) 1. A boy wanted to sell a puppy, but his “for sale” sign did little good. The puppy looked unkempt. A salesman urged him to clean up the dog, brush his hair, put a nice collar on him, etc. The more