Authentic Assurance

There’s not much preaching today on “assurance of salvation.” This is a strange phenomenon which has developed over the last several decades because the Apostles consistently addressed this subject in the 1st Century. In fact, the Apostle John devoted an entire letter to this matter. A believer’s assurance of salvation...

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Last Words

Last words are important. Down through history, every generation has been intrigued by the last words of others. Why? Because final words seem to create a lasting memory or provide extremely wise counsel. In this last message of our series, we’re going to look at some of the last words...

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Lest We Forget

Once a year we observe Memorial Day, we break from our routines to remember the price of those who traded their Tomorrows for our Today. But, for the Christian, every Sunday is a celebration of the Memorial of Christ. Lest we forget the Lord’s sacrifice & triumphant resurrection, we assemble...

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The Wedding of the Ages

We all love weddings. We all love a wedding feast. It is an exciting event. It is indescribably wonderful, thrilling, & beautiful. Now GOD chose a wedding to describe that moment when we become one with the Lord Jesus Christ in even a fuller sense than we are one with...

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GOD’s Fire Breathing Preachers

Many people have asked, “If the church is Raptured out of this world before the Tribulation, how will anyone be saved?” That’s a good question; but, don’t worry, GOD has already considered this. History is His story, and GOD has and will always give the world a witness, & this...

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A Resurrection Reunion

On the Sunday the Lord returned from the grave, He made multiple appearances to His followers. Let me summarize them for you. First, Jesus appeared to Mary Magdalene (John 20). Next, He would appear to the company of women which had made their way to the tomb to anoint His...

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The Triumphal Entry – Part 1

On this Sunday before His crucifixion, Jesus prepared to enter Jerusalem through the East Gate of the city. Since the Sabbath had ended the evening before, the streets were densely crowded once again, the noise of tourists began to fill all available space, and people were still buzzing with excitement...

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