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This week's message, "We Do Not Yet See … But We See!"

Sunday, August 09, 2020

This week's message, "We Do Not Yet See … But We See!", is from Hebrews 2:5-9. Videos are available on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the audio only version is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "In a fundamental sense, the ministry of the Word is the ministry of perspective. The ministry of the Word helps us “look through” all the fog, the distortions, the lies, all the distractions that Vanity Fair dangles before us, so that we can see things as they truly are. In its teaching, its rebuking, its correcting, its training in righteousness the Word of God opens our eyes that we may see, gives us vision beyond the moment, clears up the unfocused blur of circumstances, and shapes our whole view of life and the world as it sharpens our perspective."

This week's message, "Listen Up!"

Sunday, August 02, 2020

This week's message, "Listen Up!", is from Hebrews 2:1-4. Videos are available on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the audio only version is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "To the prophets, to the apostles, to the Lord Jesus Christ himself, matters of truth are of the highest priority. And at the heart of it all, of course, is the truth about Jesus himself. What you believe about Jesus is the most important thing about you, because what you believe about Jesus determines your life here and hereafter, in this world and in the world to come. That’s why the danger of drifting away from the truth, and so losing the truth, cannot be treated too seriously. If we drift and lose the truth, in the end, we lose ourselves as well."

This week's message, "Keep Yourselves from Idols!"

Sunday, July 26, 2020

This week's message, "Keep Yourselves from Idols!", is from Hosea 8:4, Acts 17:16, and 1 John 5:21. Videos are available on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the audio only version is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "These are days, in our culture, where the mournful questions plaguing not only the centennial generation, and the millennial generation, but also the Gen X generation, and the baby boomers, and even many traditionalists—i.e., everybody—are 'What is truth?' and 'What is real?' Increasingly in the last 100 years, the foundations of truth and reality have been washing away! So, we now live in a time and place where five generations are on the scene at the same time and are less sure of anything than probably ever before. And one of the saddest, most troubling, and dangerous results of it all is this proliferation, this mass production, of idols in our lives."

This week's message, "What Should We Do?"

Sunday, July 19, 2020

This week's message, "What Should We Do?", is from Romans 12:14-21. Videos are available on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the audio only version is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "There’s plenty for Christians to be doing in these strange days, but speculating about the “times or seasons” is not part of it. Wherever we may be on God’s timeline—in the unfolding of his redemptive purposes in history—our focus is to live worthy of the gospel here and now. And in days like these, our doing so, and thus being Jesus’ “witnesses,” includes some very practical and powerful steps. Consider this!"

This week's message, "Six Simple Words"

Sunday, July 12, 2020

This week's message, "Six Simple Words", is from Psalm 31. Videos are available on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the audio only version is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "The Puritans referred to some seasons of struggle in the Christian life as “the dark night of the soul.” And what they had in view was no ordinary melancholy, but a spiritual depression linked to a crisis of faith that’s ignited often by crushing circumstances—a crisis that comes when God seems absent, a crisis that gives rise to a feeling of being abandoned by him. The psalmist David was no stranger to this. What can we learn from him about the way through it and into the light of God?"

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