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Romans Road: The Book of Romans

Paul sought to give a full statement of the universal gospel.  Romans explains the righteousness that God requires which God provide through grace and is found only through faith in the death of Jesus Christ.  By grace alone, in Christ alone, through faith alone.  Romans in not the account of the life of Christ which Mathew, Mark, Luke and John document.  Rather it is a theology of life in Christ.

July 2

Rom 12:1-2

Responsibility Toward God

July 9

Rom 12:3-8

Responsibility Toward Others part 1

 

July 16

Rom 12:9-21

Responsibility Toward Others part 2

 

July 23

Rom 13:1-7

Responsibility Toward Government

 

July 30

Rom 13:8-14

Responsibility Toward Others part 3

 

Aug 6

Rom 14:1-11

Principles of Christ Centered Liberty part 1

 

Aug 13

Rom 14:12-23

Principles of Christ Centered Liberty part 2

 

 

Aug 20

Rom 15:1-13

Practices of Christ CenteredLiberty

 

Aug 27

Rom 15:14-21

The Gospel Preached Everywhere

 

Sept 3

Rom 15:22-33

Travel Plans, Offerings & Prayer

 

Sept 10

Rom 16

Greetings

 

Sept 17

Rom 16:17-20

Warnings

 

Sept 24

Rom 16:25-27

Benediction

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April 23 & 30

Romans 9

Our Jewish Roots

 

May 7 Potter Theme -Rom 9:19-26

“can the clay say to the Potter…”

We can’t blame God, we are responsible

 

May 14 Mother’s Day

Romans 9:27-10:5

Christ is the stone that makes men stumble but whoever trusts in Him will never be put to shame

 

May 21 Romans 10:5-13

Call upon the Lord and by saved

 

May 28

Romans 10:14-21

Missions Preaching, being sent, how can they hear unless someone goes

 

June 4

Romans 11:1-10

A remnant chosen by grace

 

June 11

Romans 11:11-24

Branches grafted in

 

June 18

 

June 25

A Doxology of Praise

September 2016 – November 2016 was a study in Romans 1 and 4

December 2016 was a study in Romans 5 – Peace with God, Access to God, Grace from God, Love of God, Saved by God.  What Christ won for us when He became flesh and gave Himself as a sacrifice for sin.

January 2017 was a study in Romans 1-3 the general condemnation of all and the effects of sin

February was a study in Romans 6-7 and the work of sanctification in the believer.

March – April 2017  was a study in Romans 8 and all that is ours in Christ.

May – June a study in Romans 9-11, who is Israel and what is God’s Divine choosing of the elect.

 

 

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“That’s Not in the Bible”

June 26 Follow Your Heart

July 3 God Helps Those Who Help Themselves

July 10 You’ll Never Have More Than You Can Handle

July 17 Everything Happens For A Reason

July 24 As Long As It Makes You Happy

July 31 You Shouldn’t Judge

August 7 You’ve Got To Forgive and Forget

August 14 Money Is The Root Of Evil

August 21 Women Are Subservient To Men

August 28 Slavery Is Permitted

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EASTER: Things in this world are going down.  Everything moves to a lower state.  Dead things decompose.  Not with Jesus!  He’s going up.  Psalm 16 and Peter’s sermon quoting of Psalm 16 record that God did not abandon His Son to the grave or allow His Son to see decay.  Rather Jesus took His life back and God raised Him.  Our response?  He IS risen!  Never to die again.  Hallelujah!

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David was the right man for the job not because he was the best sling shot shooter among all the armies ofIsrael.  Certainly there was an Israeli soldier who had as good a shot as David.  David was the man because he looked to God. David had a sling and a stone and courage.  David didn’t have military training, an armor or size.

God has an uncanny way of taking what we are and what we are not and getting His job done.  Any young person could have done this.  But they didn’t.  Any of David’s brothers could have done this, but they didn’t.  Any lad could have done what David did, but not like this.  Any young boy armed with confidence, optimism, over zealousness, self reliance, a sense of invincibility, and a degree of defiance can stun a big man with nothing more than a sling, a stone and a good aim.

The record of David and Goliath is written in the pages of the Bible not to teach us how to overcome obstacles or be courageous or ingenuity.  The story of David and Goliath teaches us to trust in God, not in ourselves.

This is the historic event of the boy David and his unswerving eye upon the Lord, the God of the armies of Israel.  Sure David had the skill he needed.  But he knew, that what he had, he got from God. And so he was the man for the moment.  He provides a timeless, universal, memorable, unique story of what trust in God does. David had the right stuff; so did others.  But he took what he had and what he had not and looked to God and he prevailed.  And the rest is history.

Many people today will see and the sky and thank goodness it’s a nice day.  Believer however will say this is the day the Lord has made.  Many people today will be pronounced cancer free and thank their medical team and rightly so.  Believers, who have cancer, can thank their healing God, whether they are healed or not.  Many people today will solve problems, face giants, overcome Goliath obstacles and thank themselves for all their courage, ingenuity experience and skill.  Believers today can do the same things but will declare I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.  Same results, a world of difference.

 

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Feb 7            David: The Object of the King’s Wrath    Communion

Feb 14          David: Eating Sacred Bread

Feb 21          David: Desiring Water from Bethlehem

Feb 28          David: A Tender Conscience

March 6        David: An Emotional Lament                  Communion

March 13       David: A Prophet of God

March 20       David: Leads a Triumphant Procession   Palm Sunday

March 27       David: An Image of Christ                      Easter

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David, as a youth, displayed the characteristics of being well rounded.  He took on unlikely personality combinations.

1 Sam 16:18
One of the servants answered, “I have seen a son of Jesse of Bethlehem who knows how to play the harp. He is a brave man and a warrior. He speaks well and is a fine-looking man. And the LORD is with him.”

Here are some unlikely food combinations that actually taste good: Cheetos and Milk, Chocolate on Cheese Pizza, Peanut Butter and Pickle Sandwiches, Vanilla Ice Cream and Soy Sauce, Popcorn with Ketchup.

How about us?  Are we willing to expand our horizons, branch out, try something new, stretch ourselves in an untried way?  God may use whatever we have in our hands for His service, just as He used David’s ability to play the harp.

 

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David: Sheppard, Victor, King, Sinner, Man After God, Author of many Psalms.

Sunday January 10, 2016

Psalm 23: This is a psalm of personal trust in God. The world could spare many a large book better than this sunny little Psalm. It has dried many tears, brought sleep on many sleepless nights, provided the words of life at many times of death, and given life a lift in life’s many down times. This Psalm not only provokes our thinking: it touches us way down deep below our philosophy and our theology.

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Christmas series December 2015

The Christ Child...

Incarnate

Eternal

Given

Conceived

With Us

in the Form of Human Nature!

 

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“King Saul vs. God as King”

The book of 1 Samuel shows us the life of Samuel, Prophet, the life of Saul, King and the life of David, a man after God’s own heart.

  • July 5       Give Us A King, The characteristics of a worldly leader
  • July 12       The Man of God’s Own Choosing, Samuel annoints Saul
  • July 19       A Changed Life, Saul becomes a new man
  • July 26       Look in the Luggage, Saul’s humility
  • Aug 2          The Four Faces of a King                        1 Samuel 11
  • Aug 9         Samuel’s Farewell                                  1 Samuel 12
  • Aug 16       To Obey is Better                                   1 Samuel 13
  • Aug 23       For the Taste of Honey                           1 Samuel 14
  • Aug 30      The Glowing Jewels                                Thummim Urim
  • Sept 6        To Obey is Better, Take Two                  1 Sam 15
  • Sept 13      God Changed His Mind
  • Sept 20      An Evil Spirit from God                   1 Sam 16:14-23
  • Sept 27      Hey Jealousy, Saul’s jealousy of David

 

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April 12  The Tombs Broke Open

April 19  Holy Holy Holy Is 6

April 26  The error of Uzzah 2 Sam 6:1-12

May 3 Duet 6:4 Hear O Israel the Lord is One

May 10 Mother’s Day  Mary’s Example of Motherhood

May 17  Cheerful Giving

May 24  Written in Stone The First 3 Commandments

May 31 Commandment #1

June 7 Commandment #2

June 14 Commandment #3

June 21  Father’s Day Joseph’s Example of Fatherhood

 

 

Jesus prays….

The Personal Private Prayer Life

 

Jan 11 And Heaven Opened

Jan 18 For All Things

Jan 25 With Compassion

Feb 1 Our Father

Feb 8 Your Kingdom Come   Download sermon audio (MP3)

Feb 15 Give Us Bread

Feb 22 Forgive Us Sin

March 1 Lead Us Not

March 8 For the Tested 

March 15 In Times of Testing

March 22 For Himself

March 29 For You

Good Friday April 3 For His Enemies

Easter Sunday April 5 Always

 

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The Journey of Jesus at Christmas: The birth of Jesus and the events surrounding His birth feature various cities and lands.  We’ll explore the significance of each.  Jesus was Dec 7 of Nazareth,  Dec 14  Out of Egypt, Dec 21 born in Bethlehem,  Dec 24 from Heaven, Dec 28 dedicated at Jerusalem

 

Prayer for the Persecuted Church: What is the Source of Persecution – a study in Cain and Able, What is our Response to Persecution, Joy in Suffering.  The platform theme for this sermon series…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Missions: Special speakers Todd Solvine, Church Planter, Andrew and  Esther,  International Workers to Burkina Faso West Africa.

 

The Book of Acts conclusion

The Apostle Paul concludes his ministry as he is taken to Rome.  Join us in the exciting conclusion to the book of Act and Paul’s ministry as we travel with him before Kings, and Governors, island natives and friends.  We will discover a whole host of people and their unique personalities.  Wafflers, People Pleasing, Big Headed People and more will be encountered. 

 

“The Reason for God” 

This book by well known author Tim Keller will inspire our conversations on faith and belief in the combined summer Sunday School.  It will also give up a springboard and a jumping off point to launch into our summer sermon series.  We will proclaim God’s Truth regarding questions such as:

Is there only one way to God?  Is the Bible true?  What about science?  Did miracles really happen?  What about other religions?  Why is there pain and suffering?

June – August, 2014

 

 

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A study in the book of Acts, chapters 22-28

May – June , 2014

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A Week of Passion Lenten Series

Sunday March 16 Saturday’s Triumphant Entry – JOY

Sunday March 23 Monday’sTempleCleansed – ANGER

Sunday March 30 Thursday’s Last Supper – SORROW

Sunday April 6 Thursday’s Prayer in the Garden – PASSION

Sunday April 13 Friday’s Arrest and Trial – HATED

Friday March 18  Friday’s Crucifixion – TERROR

and Saturday’s Tomb LONELINESS

Sunday March 20 Sunday’s Empty Tomb – REJOICING

Sunday April 27 Sunday’s Appearance – WORSHIP

 

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The Carols of Christmas:

and their message about the birth of Christ

December, 2013

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A study in the book of Acts

June – October, 2013

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March – April, 2013

The BASICs of the Christian faith

How to know Jesus

How to study the Bible

How to walk in the Spirit

How to serve others.

How to share good news.

How to walk by the Spirit.

How to help missions.

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January – February, 2013: an indepth look into Isaiah chapter 40.

Through the word of the prophet, we see a glimpse of the life of Jesus.  Thus Isaiah is known as the fifth gospel.

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