Sermons 

Sermon (April 18, 2021)

We have to know and discern the spirit of truth from the spirit of error. These things have to be proclaimed out in the open, because if we as Christians do not, then, the time will come—and it is already upon us—when even the proclamation of the gospel will be canceled. Even now, churches and Christians are being singled out for persecution and “cancellation.”

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1 John Psalms Sermons 

Morning Worship Service (April 11, 2021)

God’s word assures us that that we who are true believers “are God’s children now.” However, we still have the sinful nature in us at war against the new righteous nature that the Holy Spirit has given us. So we strive with all our might and the power of the Spirit to live holy, righteous and godly lives in obedience to God’s laws.

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1 John Psalms Sermons 

Morning Worship Service (March 21, 2021)

All our treasures on earth will be eaten away by moth and rust and decay. What things on earth will be in heaven? Nothing except those who do the will of God in his word; those who love their brothers and sisters in Christ; and those who do not love the things in the world, but love God’s promise of dwelling in heaven and delighting in all things there forever.

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1 John Isaiah Sermons 

Morning Worship Service (March 28, 2021, Palm Sunday)

John calls all unbelievers “antichrists” because they all deny the full humanity and full divinity of Jesus. They either believe that Jesus is only God or only man, not both. John’s doctrine of Christ also means that all the world’s religions—including liberal churches—and all the world’s cults, are antichrists.

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Genesis Hebrews Sermons 

Good Friday Worship Service, April 2, 2021, 4:00-5:00PM

When Abraham lifted up his eyes, there was a ram caught in a thicket by his horns. He knew then that God himself had provided a substitute for his son. He sacrificed it to God to thank him for providing a substitute sacrifice for his only son. Jesus, the spotless Lamb of God, is our Substitute Lamb sacrificed for our sins.

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Joyful Fellowship with God

First, fellowship with the Incarnate Word; second, living in the light of the Word; and third, resisting sin by being in the Word. These are the only ways we can have joyful fellowship with God and Christ. We must take sin seriously because we are sinful by nature. All, no exceptions. Even us true Christians in the church. What are we to do? We must acknowledge our sinful nature and confess of our sins. When we do so, God assures us that he forgives and forgets. Faithful and just: this is his nature. He is true to his promises.

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