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Endurance (November 2016)

Have you ever asked, “How do I know if I’m enduring or not?” That answers hinges on whether or not you complain. It is not sin to admit difficulty–but will you take it to Jesus and pray through, or will you bitterly complain like a sinner? Jesus is pleased when we walk without sin through...

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The Scourge of Pride (October 2016)

Today’s broadcast was the welcome and sermon from October 9.  Have you honestly dealt with this scourge of pride that each of us must squarely deal with before a holy God? Do you see the evidence of enmity against God reflected by your behaviour and actions toward others? Allow the Holy Spirit to unveil your heart and...

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The Journey of Faith (October 2016)

Are you ready to face death today? No one will get to heaven by accident, but many will end up in hell by accident. Are you conscious of the journey that you are on? Are you, like Abraham, facing decades of delay because you won’t wake up, walk in faith, and live for God? This...

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Endurance (James 5)

Jesus calls us to love and trust Him through all circumstances – to endure instead of complain or grumble. It’s not sin to admit difficulty – but we must choose to pray through it and not be swayed off course by it. This is how Jesus weaves himself into our lives!

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The Purpose of God (Encore)

Sister Kathryn’s welcome message focuses on Psalm 37 and a God who acts, as we act in accord with His will. Are you a Christian, or do you try to do Christian things? Your ability to listen to others and honestly consider their perspective, without getting angry, will shed great light on this question. You...

Grace to the Humble
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Grace to the Humble

Today’s classic sermon from 2008, melds portions of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 7) with Galatians 5 and 6 and James Chapter 4. It’s a call to confront darkness and lay down our expectations of others, and allow the love of Jesus to freely flow from our hearts to others. As we do that,...

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A Tamed Tongue? (James 3)

What is the work of grace in your heart? Now, take that answer and ask yourself, “Do my life and conduct line up with that profession?” Pastor James highlights one indicator of this grace: a tame tongue. Countless relationships and churches have been set on fire through gossip, backbiting, and accusations. On the other hand,...

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Hungry for Jesus? (Daniel 11)

Your trials will increase as you go deeper with Jesus. But, those who are truly hungry for Jesus will endure the tests of suffering, knowing that they purify the soul and prepare the child of God to enter heaven. The saint who thus meekly trusts Christ is an honor to Jesus. Is this work of...

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Mere Prattle without Practice (James 3)

Have you wasted years of your life in empty talk? Have your words been good while your actions were evil? If so, there is hope: if you give full ownership of your life to Jesus, you will do the will of God from your heart with joy. Jesus does not bless those who know the...

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Heart Purity

The Christian journey begins with a quick amputation of all outward sin when a person surrenders his or her will to Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit then begins the inner work of heart purity, or entire sanctification. But he will not begin this work if we love the world or the flesh: and that includes...