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We’re looking at the subject of hell, one of the most unpopular classic doctrines of orthodox Christianity. I’m asking you to consider it today for two reasons: 1) I submit to you that unless you understand, unless you can reflect on, unless you can agree with the Christian doctrine of hell, you have no idea of how much love God has shown us; and 2…
 
During the events of Jesus’ arrest, we witnessed His power, His care for His disciples, and His resolve to drink the cup the Father had given Him. As we move into John 18:12-27, we will once again see these attributes displayed in the questioning of Jesus, but in this section the focus shifts to another interrogation. While Jesus is being questione…
 
“Social Distancing” has become so much a part of our daily vocabulary, that we hardly notice the negative implications of a phrase like that anymore. This Sunday’s scripture, Luke 16:19-31, is the story known as The Rich Man and Lazarus. It is about wealth, and the dangers of accumulated wealth, but it is also about the ways we distance ourselves f…
 
“This is the most important election of our lifetime!” “The fate of the country and our democracy is at stake! “You cannot be a Christian and vote for Donald Trump!” “I couldn’t go to a church where there are people who voted for Obama!” “Jesus was the first socialist!” “America is a ‘Christian’ Nation!” “(X)Want’s Tyranny!” I’ve heard all of these…
 
“Without me ye can do nothing.”—John 15:5. Main Points:1. The saint can do nothing in relation to himself – 4:002. The sinner can do nothing in relation to himself – 30:023. The saint can do nothing in relation to the sinner – 42:01 The following are select quotes from this sermon.Please use the comment section […] The post 345. Self-Sufficiency Sl…
 
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