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by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 7/25/21) When Abraham and Lot separated, Abraham was content to let God guide, but Lot “pitched his tent toward Sodom.” It was a logical decision on Lot’s part: the land was lush and green, the prospects were better than any that he could see anywhere else. But there was one problem: God was not in this decis…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 5/16/2021) Has anyone ever asked you, “What do Primitive Baptists believe about eternal salvation?” There certainly are many things we could answer in reply, but perhaps the simplest, most basic statement of what Primitive Baptists believe about eternal salvation is contained in this phrase found in the Gospe…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 8/29/21) There are many conspiracy theories floating around on the internet. Indeed, there are many real conspiracies in the world today! But which conspiracies should we as Christians be concerned about? In this message, Pastor Chris McCool tells us about the greatest conspiracy of all, which indeed is the b…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 8/15/2021) In this sermon, we continue to see how God inspired John to write a message of encouragement to the Christians under persecution. Contrary to the way most people understand the book of Revelation, Bro. Buddy shows us how uplifted we can be when we view it properly. Download Audio File…
 
by Elder Danny Wisner (preached 8/23/2021) Do you remember reading about Rahab the Harlot in the book of Judges? She’s the one who hid the Israeli spies who came to spy out Jericho, the first city taken by the children of Israel in God’s ordained conquest of Canaan. While it seems that her past would exclude her from any serious role in the Kingdom…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 8/2/2021) We continue to look at the encouraging words of the Book of Revelation in this third installment of his series on the Revelation of Jesus Christ, preached by Elder Buddy Abernathy. As he makes clear in the message, the theme of the book is encouragement, and the basis of that encouragement is that, no ma…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 7/7/2021) In this second message in his series on Revelation, Elder Buddy Abernathy continues to expound upon the hopeful message of Revelation. While many see this book as a mysterious vision to be understood only by theologians, the truth is that it is a “revelation” of many uplifting and encouraging visions giv…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 7/7/2021) Often we approach the Book of Revelation as if it is an incomprehensible amalgamation of images that somehow only a doctor of divinity can decipher. In truth, it is the REVELATION of Jesus Christ, written to His servants for the purpose of comforting and encouraging them. Join us as Eld. Buddy Abernathy …
 
by Bro. John Morgan Owens (preached 8/1/2021) There are many places in scripture that tell us directly that our eternal salvation is solely in the hands of God. But have you ever considered the many examples in the Bible which demonstrate the INABILITY of man to save himself? Please join us as Bro. John Morgan Owens takes us from the Old Testament …
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached on July 4, 2021) Inevitably when discussing the Bible concept of election with someone who has never heard this sweet doctrine, one or two objections arise. In Romans 9, Paul (under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit) preemptively deals with these objections. Join us as we examine the most common objections t…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached July 11, 2021) In this last sermon in our series on the Gospel of Mark, Elder Chris McCool concludes with the admonition of Jesus, to “go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” This command is still for us today – preach the gospel (the good news), to EVERY creature (every nation, ev…
 
by Elder Chris McCool (preached on July 11, 2021) When Mary and the other women went to the tomb, they found that Jesus was not there, but had risen from the dead. Initially, nobody believed them! But ultimately, He showed Himself to the disciples and gave them instructions on what to do next. In this first part of the two last sermons on the Gospe…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached on July 4, 2021) The Church was established by Jesus Christ Himself while He was on this earth, for the purpose of worshiping Him in Spirit and in truth. It was never designed to “reform” the world, or become part of the world, although it exists here in this present evil world. So what does it mean to be “in the …
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached June 6, 2021) In Ruth, we see many parallels to the redemption story. Boaz certainly is a type of the Lord Jesus Christ, and we often read our text verse as applying to His purpose in eternal salvation. But there is another application: not only has Jesus done all that is required for eternal redemption, but …
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached June 13, 2021) The Resurrection changed everything! The women who went to the tomb downcast in spirit left there amazed; the disciples who walked the Road the Emmaus with sad countenances felt their hearts burn when Jesus was with them! And it still changes everything today – we should live our lives in view …
 
by Elder Chris McCool (preached June 13, 2021) In this message, Pastor McCool reminds us that God is at work daily in our lives, even when we cannot see it. The young servant of Elisha had a problem remembering this, so Elisha prayed and God literally opened his eyes to the spirit world, so that he saw God’s angels protecting them! Although God doe…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached June 13, 2021) When last we looked at the Gospel of Mark, we saw Jesus buried in a borrowed tomb. But that isn’t the end of the story! The rest of the story is that Jesus was only there for three days and three nights, and He arose! The fact of the Resurrection changes EVERYTHING, from the way we talk to the …
 
by Elder Tim McCool (preached on June 6, 2021) The evening service on June 6, 2021, marks 10 years since Zion Primitive Baptist Church began experiencing the revival that has brought us to the place we are today. Ten years ago, Sis. Lorene Deason, who was the only member left in the church at the time, began having special services at 5 p.m. on the…
 
Summary Pastor Charles continues his study of the book of Romans looking at the concluding chapter and the many salutations of Paul. Today he looks at Priscilla and Aquila and their important role in the church and community as a married couple. Podcast http://www.zionrestpbc.org/Sermons/Charles%20Kitchens/3.7.2021%20Charles%20-%20Priscilla%20and%2…
 
Summary The end of the book of Romans (chapter 16) is often overlooked. Several names are listed, as well as some directives given regarding those people. Consider Phebe, the business woman whom Paul chooses to mention first during the closing comments and salutations of this epistle. There is far more here than most have assumed. Please join us as…
 
Summary Brother Derrick continues his study of the book of Philippians with a focus on Chapter 2. “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus…”. Join us as we learn more about the mind of Christ and how we should take on this same mindset. Podcast http://www.zionrestpbc.org/Sermons/Derrick%20Kitchens/2.21.2021%20Derrick%20-%20Taking%20…
 
Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached on May 30, 2021) This message was a hard message to preach. In researching the horrible details of how a crucifixion is carried out, I found my mind continuing to go to the view of Jesus on the cross. What an awful six hours of pain and suffering it must have been! And even worse than the physical suffering, the…
 
This sermon concludes our series on the early life of David. We have seen this man grow from a young boy shepherding his father’s sheep, to a champion slaying a giant, and now to the king he was anointed to be, ascending the throne of Israel. But we have also seen Saul, a constant character in this series, as he degenerates from the anointed king o…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 5/9/2021) Jesus has crossed the Kidron’s bloody stream. He has agonized in the Garden of Gethsemane. But now He stands at the foot of Calvary, gazing up Golgotha’s hill. He has been mocked, beaten, scourged, made to wear a thorny crown; but now He is about to become sin for His people. What an awful, yet wond…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 11/26/2017) In this conclusion to part one regarding the defection of David to Philistia, we see that God sometimes delivers us in spite of our bad choices. He certainly did that to David! Listen as we are encouraged to remain faithful and trust God to deliver us. Download Audio File…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 5/9/21) Now we approach the hour of Jesus’ crucifixion: from Kidron’s bloody stream to Gethsemane’s awful agony, nothing compares to what Jesus is about to experience. Come join us as we walk with Jesus to the foot of Calvary, as He is about to bear the sins of all of His people on the cross. Download Audio F…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 11/26/2017) When times get tough, we should stay the course, right? Surely that’s what a man after God’s own heart would do! But in 1 Sam. 27, we find that even such a man as David had lapses. As he despaired of outrunning Saul, David decided to defect from Israel and go to the land of Philistia. As we will s…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 10-22-2017) Have you ever reacted in anger, and almost done something you would have regretted for the rest of your life? This was the case when David encountered Nabal, a man whose name literally means “fool.” When his men were rebuffed by Nabal in their search for sustenance, David purposed to exact revenge…
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 5/2/21) It’s a sad fact, but I believe we live in a post-Christian society – that is, American culture is no longer based upon biblical values and principles, but rather we are living in a modern Babylon that is trying to corrupt our minds and convert our youth to worldly living. In this message, Bro. Buddy gives …
 
by Elder Buddy Abernathy (preached 4/4/2021) What is the most prevalent doctrinal error in regard to salvation in the religious world today? It might surprise you, but it’s nothing new – it was a problem all the way back at the beginning of the church! In this sermon, Elder Buddy Abernathy preaches to us about this problem, found in Acts 15 and dea…
 
by Bro. John Morgan Owens (preached 4/11/2021) Our God is all powerful, and the Bible often describes His power using anthropomorphic terminology – His voice, His arms, etc. In this sermon, Bro. John Morgan Owens takes us through Scripture to many of those precious passages that teach us about the awesome power of God. Download Audio Sermon…
 
by Bro. John Morgan Owens (preached 4/25/2021) Evangelism is a greatly misunderstood subject in the denominational world. Most people think it refers to efforts to get spiritually dead sinners to make a decision for Christ, whereas only those who have been quickened by the Spirit can even hear the good news of the gospel! True evangelism is somethi…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 4/25/2021) As the storm clouds of Calvary were amassing on the horizon, Jesus left the upper room and proceeded to the Garden Gethsemane. To be clear, no part of our atonement occurred in the Garden, only on the cross, but as He marched slowly, inexorably toward Calvary, the weight of what He was about to und…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 10/15/2017) In this message, Pastor Chris McCool finishes looking at David’s deliverance of Keilah, himself, and Saul. Join us in this third message about David the Deliverer; when we serve God in the right way, we can save ourselves and others in a temporal sense! Download Audio File…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached on 4/11/2021) When Jesus proclaimed to the disciples that they all would betray Him, Peter immediately and vehemently spoke up and asserted that he would NEVER betray the Lord! Jesus looked at him – with compassion, no doubt – and told him that he would deny Him three times before the night was out. Of course…
 
by Elder Chris McCool (preached 10/8/2017) In this message, Pastor Chris McCool continues looking at David’s deliverance of Keith, himself, and Saul. Join us in this second message about David the Deliverer, where we see him serving God in the right way as he saved himself and others. Download Audio File…
 
by Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 9/24/2017) In 1 Samuel chapters 23 and 24, we read about David in his role as a deliverer. He delivered Keilah, a city, from the Philistines; he delivered himself and his men from Saul; and ultimately he delivered Saul from his own hand and the hand of his men. David refused to exact revenge, but was content …
 
Summary Pastor Charles continues his study of the book of Romans looking at Chapter 15. The believing Gentiles of the churches of Asia Minor ministered to their brethren at the church in Jerusalem and set an example for us to continue to follow today. Podcast http://www.zionrestpbc.org/Sermons/Charles%20Kitchens/2.14.2021%20Charles%20-%20Hope,%20Jo…
 
Summary Pastor Charles continues his study of the book of Romans looking at chapter 15 and the hope we have in Christ. Podcast http://www.zionrestpbc.org/Sermons/Charles%20Kitchens/2.7.2021%20Charles%20-%20Patience,%20Consolation,%20and%20Hope.mp3 Facebook Sunday Worship Service Good morning! It is winter here in the Southeast, which means that it …
 
Summary Pastor Charles continues his study of the book of Romans looking at chapter 14 and discussing how members of the body of Christ can both exercise liberty and be unified. Podcast http://www.zionrestpbc.org/Sermons/Charles%20Kitchens/1.31.2021%20Charles%20-%20Essentials%20and%20Non-Essentials,%20Unity%20and%20Liberty.mp3 Facebook Sunday Worsh…
 
Summary The Roman letter is rich with great explanations and logical reasons for how obeying the Lord solves a number of issues for us. The proper response to governing authorities and higher powers, at the human level, is no different. Fulfilling the law (even when it comes to how we react to a government with which we disagree) by loving your nei…
 
By Elder Chris McCool, Pastor (preached 4/4/2021) Have you ever wondered what the first New Testament church service was like? Wonder no more! In this passage, Mark tells us exactly what they did and how they conducted themselves in the first New Testament church service. You see, this was truly the first such service because, up to this time, Jesu…
 
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