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  • How To Be A Christian Citizen Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Oct 31, 2014

    God has drawn a moral standard, a line. “That’s my boundary. That’s my spiritual fault line. You better move your life to get in line with it.” And too many Americans are saying, “No, I want to move God’s line and change God’s standard to fit my life.”

    INTRODUCTION Open your Bibles to Romans 13. I think sometimes our families are sent by God to keep us humble. I remember when I was pastoring a church in Alabama, and Jenni was a little girl. She saw me get up to preach and she said, “Daddy, what are you doing before you get up to more

  • The Debt Of Love I Owe Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Oct 31, 2014

    What does the Bible say about debt? The Bible says you should never carry any more debt than you can successfully pay for. We live in such a materialistic culture it causes people to borrow money they can’t repay.

    INTRODUCTION I’ll invite you to open your Bibles with me to Romans 13:8. I am preaching through the book of Romans, verse after verse after verse. As I’ve said before, because I preach through the Bible verse after verse, we are forced to confront passages of scripture and principles more

  • Wake Up And Get Dressed! Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Oct 31, 2014
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    Sometimes people are so content they get into a spiritual rut where nothing ever changes. Part of the problem is with us preachers. There is so much Sermonic Sominex dispensed in churches today, it lulls people to sleep.

    INTRODUCTION Open your Bibles, please, to Romans 13, verse 11. Today I want to talk to you about “Wake Up and Get Dressed!” So you won’t have to keep looking at your watch, I’m putting a clock up here for you. I know for some of you, when you come to church and the more