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Reasons to be Thankful for Going to Church


Grace That Is Sufficient In Power, Purpose, and Pleasure


The Characteristics of Successful Evangelism

Every member of the church possesses the ability to evangelize others for the cause of Christ. More than the gift of evangelism, what are the specific traits each Christian possesses to be a faithful witness for Jesus?


The Incomparable Gift of God's Grace


The Lord’s Table: A Time for Remembrance

The Lord's Supper, or Holy Communion is a time to remember, reflect and recognize the gift of salvation and forgiveness of sins, as well as the eventual day of Jesus' personal return for His church.


Jesus, At the Throne of God's Grace


Grace Lead Giving

There are many things the Christian is to excel in as believers and the act of grace is an excellent gift to possess, even when we give.


The Disciplined Habit of Giving

Just as the church must be diligent in its stewardship of its finances received from the corporate body, so too must each individual must be diligent in their stewardship of giving to the church.


God's Grace

Grace is getting what you don't deserve as well as not getting what you do deserve. This is what makes Christianity vastly different from any other religious belief because grace in Christianity is incredibly selfless, while karma is very selfish.

We've begun a new study series on Wednesday night's on the Grace of God, to live, love and learn more for our lives. Grace is more than amazing. It's God.


Understanding the Tithe

God’s material blessings are a by-product of our being obedient to God in giving the tithe. Our motive in giving should never be that of gaining financially. Such would be selfish, and selfishness and Christianity are not compatible. However, God does promise to meet our needs when we are faithful in giving.


Yom Kippur - the Day of Atonement

The Day of Atonement was no festive event, but rather it was a day of national mourning and repentance. Tonight, we'll look a little bit at what the High Priest did and why and how this points to Jesus Christ. Have you had your Day of Atonement?


Hungry for More of Jesus


Coveting: The Unseen Forbidden Sin

We can find evidence for lying, stealing, adultery, murder, disobedience to parents, taking God's Name in vain, even idolatry, there is usually little or no evidence of covetousness. Some people may be guilty of coveting and not even realize it. Are you?


Paul's Prayer For The Church

The discipline of prayer is an absolute necessity in the Christian's life. Our strength in prayer comes from our submission to God, yet there is an overlooked aspect of the type of strength we need to pray, when praying and to pray for someone else.


The Truth About Lies

God hates a lying tongue. The 9th commandment is amplified throughout the Bible as God warns against untruthfulness.


You Shall Not Steal

Is stealing limited to just the practice of secretly taking something without permission? The 8th commandment forces us to look at our attitude towards possessions and our accountability to God.


What Do You Bring to Church?

Some years ago A. W. Tozer described worship as “the missing jewel in the church.” The writer of this psalm draws our attention to worship God by what we bring to Him. What do you bring in worship, to church?


You Shall Not Commit Adultery

Marriage is a covent relationship that is established by God not to be broken, yet the covenant can be broken in the mind before it even happens in the bed. Some people may think they’re good with this commandment because they have been faithful to their spouse, but have they been faithful to God? Could you be guilty of spiritual adultery and not even know it?


Remembering Hope in the Midst of Despair

As we remember the events of September 11, 2001, Jeremiah's letter of Lamentations describes his great despair in the midst of tragedy, yet the hope that he had in God's great faithfulness.


The 6th Commandment

Every human life is of great value to God, for each person is created in His image (Genesis 1:27; Psalm 139:13). Murder is a very serious sin, but from God’s point of view a person may not be so innocent even if they haven’t physically committed the act.

If the civil law can prosecute and punish a person for pre-meditated murder, how much more will God’s Law convict and punish the selfish, unwarranted thought and desire to want someone dead without a justifiable reason?


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