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When Rabshakeh Opens His Vile Mouth

September 20, 2018 | by: James Law | 0 Comments

Written by Pastor Jim Law The Old Testament is given to the people of God as vital revelation for -the strengthening of our faith -the instruction of our doctrine -the foundation of the Gospel, and -the encouragement of our soul. The historical narratives of the Old Testament are filled with many priceless gems. In this short post, I w... Keep Reading

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Election, Part 1

September 12, 2018 | by: Jarrod Lamberth | 0 Comments

If you are a Christian, you did not become one simply because you chose God. Rather, He chose you to be an instrument of His glory and grace. What a mystery! Election raises a lot of questions, but the answers offered by the scripture are remarkably beautiful.... Keep Reading

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Beware of Religious Silver Bullets

September 5, 2018 | by: James Law | 0 Comments

We are a culture that prizes convenience and pragmatism, and consequently we love “silver bullet” solutions to our problems. By “silver bullet,” I’m referring to the term that commonly describes an action that cuts through the complexity of an issue by providing a quick solution. silver-bullet-thinkingWhen bact... Keep Reading

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Saved! A Look at Our Salvation.

August 29, 2018 | by: Jarrod Lamberth | 0 Comments

This week, we begin a series which will take a good look at what it means to be saved. Along the way, we'll examine the various parts of salvation and the Ordo Salutis (the logical order of salvation). Today, we’re going to ask some important questions about salvation: What are we saved from? Who does the saving? How does salvation actually take place? For what purpose are we saved?... Keep Reading

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Every. Single. Sermon. - Part 4.

August 9, 2018 | by: Jarrod Lamberth | 0 Comments

Most would agree that churches should have skilled preachers who prepare and deliver sermons with excellence. But far too few of us give much thought to training skilled listeners. ... Keep Reading

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Every. Single. Sermon. - Part 3.

July 31, 2018 | by: Jarrod Lamberth | 0 Comments

Paul warns Timothy that people have a natural tendency to listen to what they like. That's pretty harmless if we're only thinking about what kind of music we enjoy, or what kind of topics we talk about with friends. But what about issues of great importance? Would we stop listening to a doctor because we don't like the test result he reported? That would be incredibly foolish.... Keep Reading

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Every. Single. Sermon. - Part 2.

July 23, 2018 | by: Jarrod Lamberth | 0 Comments

Part 2 of a series on the "sermon moment." What must the preacher do in every sermon? How should he go about it? How should hearers respond? I hope this series will prompt you to take more interest in the sermons you hear, and that you will continue to pray for and support the men of God who minister to you through preaching.... Keep Reading

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Every. Single. Sermon. - Part 1.

July 16, 2018 | by: Jarrod Lamberth | 0 Comments

Part 1 of a series on the "sermon moment." What must the preacher do in every sermon? How should he go about it? How should hearers respond? I hope this series will prompt you to take more interest in the sermons you hear, and that you will continue to pray for and support the men of God who minister to you through preaching.... Keep Reading

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Don't Take 30 Minutes to Kill a Wasp

May 31, 2018 | by: James Law | 0 Comments

Growing up I was blessed with a father who could fix most things and was not afraid to build anything. You would think that some of that skill would rub off on his son, however my interests were elsewhere. From the time I was five until the age of twenty-two, I was on a ball field or in a gymnasium either playing or training for the next gam... Keep Reading

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Tenth Commandment - "You Shall Not Covet"

April 17, 2018 | by: James Law | 0 Comments

We end our journey through the Ten Commandments this week with a look at the last of these commands which forbids coveting. We might be tempted to dismiss coveting as a mild offense in light of the other commands which forbid murder, adultery, or stealing.  However, the tenth commandment addresses the desires of the heart as an imp... Keep Reading

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