Sermons from August 2019

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A Flashlight in the Dark

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Psalm 119:97-112  Deep inside the cave, the tour guide told us to grab the railing tightly. He then turned off the lights. The dark was so dark that you could not sense your hands in front of your face. He then lit a match. It’s amazing how much a little light changes perspective! We often […]

Man vs. God

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Psalm 118  That title almost sounds like an old monster movie. “Godzilla vs. …” and fill in the blank. Here, however, the title is a bit misleading (intentionally, mind you). The Psalmist says, simply, that since the LORD is with me, what can man do to me? It’s not so much as Man vs. God […]

The God Who Hears

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Psalm 116  I once attended a meeting held in a local church (not in Texas). Someone else there, who perceived the church as old and cold, asked me if I knew what was in the attic. Of course, I had no idea. He then told me, “All those prayers!” He perceived the prayers of that […]

The Most Difficult Passage in the Bible

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Hebrews 6:4-6 How are you progressing spiritually? Moving forward, standing still, or sliding backward? Charlie Bing will bring the message this Sunday from a notoriously difficult Bible passage, Hebrews 6:4-6, which has an extremely important message for us. We’ll see that the passage is not too difficult to understand, but doing what it teaches may […]