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I Will Testify (Psalm 117)

Sunday, December 27, 2020 •

Even in a pandemic, God's faithfulness and eternal truth is reason enough for His people to praise Him. Psalm 117 is the shortest psalm in the Psalter, the shortest chapter in our Bible, and the middle chapter in the Bible. It was used during the three great Festivals in Israel; Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles.

Proclamation by Piecemeal (Luke 2:10-11)

Sunday, December 20, 2020 •

Like a KING-SIZED candy bar, Christmas can be almost too big to "consume" all at once. In today's message, Pastor Joe analyzes the Angel's announcement to the Shepherds in Luke's Gospel by breaking the heavenly proclamation into seven bite-sized portions of words and phrases.

Humble Obedience is Exalted by God (Philippians 2:5-11)

Sunday, December 13, 2020 •

With the Christmas story as backdrop, Dennis Poulette discusses the attitude displayed by the Second Person of the Trinity taking on a human nature, and how His attitude is intended to influence His followers today,

How to Survive THE BIG ONE (Jeremiah 29:4-7)

Sunday, December 06, 2020 •

Life is not fair. Get over it! Special Guest Pastor Doug Kirk shares a Biblical response to crisis from Jeremiah 29.

Scriptures: Jeremiah 29:4-7

Finishing the Mission (Ezra 5:1-6:22)

Sunday, November 29, 2020 •

Last week we learned how God's sovereignty prevents His mission from ever being completely thwarted. But God's mission is still being advanced through His people who can be disturbed and distracted by the World. What must God's people do to complete their assigned task?

When Rejectng Help is Right (Ezra 4:1-24)

Sunday, November 22, 2020 •

In obedience to God's stirring (1:5), the returning exiles turned their attention to the rebuilding of the Temple. An offer of help from people of the land was rejected. Why? Is there a lesson for the Church?

The Antidote to Fear (Ezra 3:1-13)

Sunday, November 15, 2020 •

God's remnant returned to the Promise Land but discovered themselves surrounded by her enemies. How would God's remnant deal with the fear these enemies caused?

God's Remnant (Ezra 2:1-70)

Sunday, November 08, 2020 •

God moved everything in order to return the Babylonian exiles; powers, people, and provisions (1:1-11). But not all Jews returned. Who exactly who were these exiles who did return? Scripture reveals the answer from God's perspective in this second chapter of Ezra.

God's Sovereignty and the Certainty of Covevant Blessings (Ezra 1:1-11)

Sunday, November 01, 2020 •

Despite multiple prophetic warnings, Israel's refusal to repent of idolatry finally brought God's judgment. Judah was deported to Babylon and served out a 70-year sentence. But now it was time to go "home."Would promised blessings still be there?

Christians and the Vote, Part 2: Affirming God's Foundation of Society

Sunday, October 25, 2020 •

This year's Presidential election once again compels Christians to consider their duty to God, responsibility to Government authority, and privileged opportunity to influence national policies through the vote. Today we survey the Believer's responsibility to support the foundation upon which God created the ideal (and sinless) society.

Christians and the Vote, Part 1: A Nation at God's Mercy

Sunday, October 18, 2020 •

This year's Presidential election once again compels Christians to consider their duty to God, responsibility to Government authority, and privileged opportunity to influence national policies through the vote. Today we survey God's sovereignty and a nation's ONLY hope.

Being Thankful for EVERYTHING with EVERYONE (Psalm 65)

Sunday, October 11, 2020 •

The Psalms were Israel's inspired hymnal. We don't know the tunes to which they were sung, but like any worship song, the words are the most important feature. Psalm 65 could be considered a Thanksgiving psalm, possibly intended by David to be sing annually at the barley harvest.

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