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Sep 17, 2017

“Holiness” – God’s Word is clear – there is a call to be holy.  Our problem comes when we try and do that on our own instead of depending on the Holy Spirit.

  • Sep 17, 2017“Holiness”
    Sep 17, 2017

    “Holiness” – God’s Word is clear – there is a call to be holy.  Our problem comes when we try and do that on our own instead of depending on the Holy Spirit.

  • Sep 10, 2017“Justification, Regeneration and Adoption”
    Sep 10, 2017
    “Justification, Regeneration and Adoption”
    "Justification, Regeneration and Adoption" - All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God; were it not for God's work in our lives we could never know His forgiveness, but through the sacrifice of Christ we can find that forgiveness.  Continuing on our journey of what We Believe!
  • Aug 27, 2017“Do What It Says”
    Aug 27, 2017
    “Do What It Says”
     "Do What It Says" - James reminds us that we need not to just listen to the Word of God, but we are to be obedient, to "Do What It Says" - We are to be doers of the Word!
  • Aug 20, 2017“To Serve”
    Aug 20, 2017
    “To Serve”
    "To Serve" - In Matthew 20 we have a parable, a foretelling, a request for privilege and an unplanned connection that remind us that Jesus gives us an incredible example of what it means to serve others!  
  • Aug 13, 2017“Your Role”
    Aug 13, 2017
    “Your Role”
    Nehemiah knew his role in rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem. Do you know your role in rebuilding your home?

 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

Who Will Serve?

We have an interesting malady that has overtaken us in our world today – I wonder if we see it here in the United States more than any other place in the world?  I don’t know that this is true, but I live here and so I see that it is very obvious here to me. The malady that I see – we want what we want and we’re willing to do almost anything in the world to get it!  We have come to the place where we think that we deserve “it” (whatever “it” might be) and so because we deserve it, we expect “someone” to get it for us or at the very least, make it readily available to us and at a reduced rate or free.  After all, since we deserve it then we ought to be able to get it for almost nothing!  Look at where we see that . . .


Hope and Sovereignty

This past Sunday we talked a bit about the sovereignty of God and this morning I ran across a quote that I wanted to share with you that has to do with the sovereignty of God.  I referenced a song that has become a favorite of mine, 
“I Will Trust In You” by Lauren Daigle during the sermon and quoted some of the lyrics from the song.  We sang it in the first service and it is still running through my mind even as I was driving to the office this morning.  “When You don’t move the mountains, I’m needing You to move; when You don’t part the waters I wish I could walk through.  When You don’t give the answers, as I cry out to You, I will trust, I will trust, I will trust in You.  You are my Strength and Comfort, You are my steady Hand, You are my firm Foundation, the Rock on which I stand; Your ways are always higher, Your plans are always good, there’s not a place where I’ll go, You’ve not already stood!””  POWERFUL!  Anyway, that leads me to this quote.  Let me say before I share it, I do not know the author of the quote and don’t remember where it came from, but it is powerful as well!


Time to Thicken the Church

This past week we have celebrated the birth of our nation once again.  241 years ago the United States of American was founded and began with values and principles that helped to make us a great nation.  The core of those principles was the fact that we based our laws, values and principles on the Word of God and Christian principles.  I encourage you to think about this as you read what I have to share with you today.  I want to share an article I got this week from Breakpoint, a daily radio program that is also sent out as an email through the Colson Center.  I hope you’ll take the time to read it and really think about what it means to “Thicken Up the Church.”  What follows is the article and then I’ll comment at the end