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  • Absolutely Persuaded Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 3, 2021

    Paul's claim is not that all is good, but that God is great, and He will see that nothing hinders His chosen ones from reaching the highest good, which is the redemption of His soul and its transformation into the image of Christ.

    The 8th chapter of Romans is a spiritual palace of comfort and challenge built for the children of God. Nothing could be more optimistic than the words we find here that all works for good, and that if God is before us who can be against us. God has given His Son who intercedes of us, and nothing more

  • Salvation In Christ Alone: Eternal Security Or Conditional Security?

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 27, 2021

    The exegesis of scripture surrounding salvation is perhaps the most important to understand.

    "Salvation is God's way of making us real people." - Augustine The exegesis of scripture surrounding salvation is perhaps the most important to understand. Christology is just as vital. It's important we understand the complexities of what salvation is, how we can have it, and more

  • Walk In Confidence, Not Condemnation

    Contributed by Christopher Arch on Mar 20, 2021

    This is from a series I preached on Romans.

    Title: Walk in Confidence, Not Condemnation Type: Expository Script: Romans 8:31-39 Where: GNBC 1-13-08/RW 3-22-21 Intro: A little boy was heard talking to himself as he walked across the backyard, baseball cap in place, ball and bat in his hands. "I am the greatest hitter in the more

  • No Turning Back Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Feb 22, 2021

    One of the most sobering warnings in all of Scripture is found in Hebrews 6. There is a great, even awful danger of making an irreversible and eternally destructive choice to abandon Christ. This passage stresses why you don't want to go there.

    This past year I faced a bit of a dilemma. My high school class, the class of 1970, was planning to celebrate its 50-year class reunion. I was invited. Would I go? That wasn’t the real dilemma. The real dilemma was that my spiritual father was on the organizing committee—yes, the fellow who more

  • Holiness And Unconditional Eternal Security Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Feb 20, 2021

    Is it possible for a person who is born again and mature in Christ to take his eyes off of the Savior and wander so far away from the faith that he would reject and disown Christ? And, if it is possible what would be the eternal consequences?

    Holiness and Eternal Security Please stand with me as we go over our current memory Scripture: Matthew 5:3-5 “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the more

  • God Is For Us, So The Losers Are The Winners

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Feb 19, 2021

    God is FOR us, not AGAINST us. How do we KNOW this? What does this mean for us?

    2.21.21 Romans 8:31–39 31 What then will we say about these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? 32 Indeed, he who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also graciously give us all things along with him? 33 Who will bring an accusation against God’s more

  • Does God Love Me Personally?

    Contributed by Bruce Hadley on Feb 17, 2021

    We hear God is love; and God loves you. We hear that God so loved the world and all those colloquial sayings about God loving us. However, there are many people, even Christians that don't really understand, know or experience God's true love in their life.

    Hello everyone. I am glad you’re here watching this narrative multimedia Bible study. Before my husband gets started, because you know he likes to get all theological with his exegesis of every scripture. I just wanted to give a summation of what my husband is going to be long winded talking more

  • God Is For Us!

    Contributed by Dr. Fred W. Penney on Feb 15, 2021

    An expository sermon based on Romans 8:31-39

    Title: “You are Loved” Big Idea: “God is for us” Romans 8:31 What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? 32 He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all—how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things? 33 Who more

  • A Love For The Ages

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Feb 11, 2021
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    Today's message is given on Valentine's Day, and it looks at God's valentine's card for us revealing His incredible, unbelievable, frightening, limitless, and uncommon love for us.

    Valentine’s Day Service “A Love for the Ages” ** Watch: Introduction For centuries, if not millenniums, people have been looking for love. And if I could borrow the lyrics and title from an old country western song, they’ve been looking for love in all more

  • Philadelphia: The Faithful Church Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Feb 7, 2021

    Communion is a celebration of the One who opened what we could not open ourselves – the door of Heaven. He opened it on the cross and then He walked through the door of death and He waits for us on the other side where He will call us by our name and welcome us into His Temple.

    Before I moved here, I was asked to preach at my very first appointment … Anthony United Methodist Church in Anthony, FL. I was their pastor from 1994 to the year 2000. They were kind. They were patient. They had to suffer through a lot of boring … and honestly … terrible sermons and I made a more

  • Sin: The Struggle, The Revelation

    Contributed by Lee Hammond Houston Jr. on Jan 31, 2021
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    Romans 3:23, "All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." Even the Apostle Paul was one of the “all have sinned.” Only Christ was without sin. Paul sometimes disappointed people, sometimes made mistakes, and sometimes just plain messed up.

    Sin: the Struggle, the Revelation Our scripture today is Romans 7:14-8:4. I am breaking it in half, for in the first half Paul writes like a frustrated man, but in the second half Paul reveals a wonderful revelation. Listen to how disturbed Paul is in this first half, Romans 7:14-24. "14 more

  • Certainty

    Contributed by Ed Sasnett on Dec 23, 2020

    Christians are secure in their relationship with God because of the work and love of Jesus Christ.

    About two years after becoming a follower of Jesus Christ, I began to doubt if I was saved. At the end of the message on Sunday morning, July 4, 1976, the pastor invited people who wanted to become followers of Jesus to meet him at the front of the auditorium. Basically, I’m an introvert, but I more

  • Father And Son

    Contributed by Doug Houck on Dec 21, 2020

    God shared the pathos of His sacrifice of Jesus through having Abraham sacrifice Isaac. Two storytellers are needed: [#1] will tell the story of Abraham and Isaac, and [#2] will tell the story of God the Father and Jesus.

    Introduction [#1] Genesis 22:1-2 This is a story of a Father, Son, and sacrifice. Usually we understand this chapter in terms of testing, faith, obedience, commitment, surrender, substitutionary sacrifice, The Lord Will Provide. It’s all in there. [#2] It also foreshadows another Father, more

  • Hope

    Contributed by Steve Woods (Pastor Woody) on Dec 7, 2020
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    In these times, many of us are losing hope. As children of God and brothers and sisters to Jesus Christ and The Holy Spirit, it is important to remember who we are and who loves us. All that we "need" will one day be given to us at the time we need it most.

    How many of you are losing hope? I suspect, with all that is happening in our world, probably quite a few. I must admit, there are times I feel the same way as you might today. I am only human and I do have my doubts about certain things. You’ve seen all the posts on Facebook and other social more

  • State Of Denial - Part 2

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Dec 3, 2020

    Last time we saw that Peter’s overconfidence and pride kept him from trusting the Lord. His pride began to cut away at his faith...

    Last time we saw that Peter’s overconfidence and pride kept him from trusting the Lord. His pride began to cut away at his faith. His weak faith in Jesus began to give way to fear. Denying the Lord Jesus was a natural consequence of this fear. Someone has said, “The conclusion of a dying faith more