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2018 July Meeting Sermons

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What a tremendous weekend in the house of the Lord!  We were richly blessed with sermons from Elders Tim McCool and David Crawford.  Below are the sermons for listening. Thursday – Elder Tim McCool – Crying Out or listen: Thursday – Elder David Crawford – Christ’s Resurrected Body or listen: Friday – Elder Tim McCool – One…(Read More)

2018 January Meeting Sermons

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The January Meeting was blessed with sermons from Elder Ronald Lawrence and Elder David Crawford.  Below are the audio recordings. Thursday 1/18 – Elder Ronald Lawrence – Faith Friday 1/19 – Elder David Crawford – The Call Of God Friday 1/19 – Elder Ronald Lawrence – A Burning Desire To Preach The Gospel Saturday 1/20…(Read More)

Elder David turns to the last words of the prophet Ezekiel where there was a promise of a great city, a new Jerusalem, that has the Hebrew name Jehovah-shammah, or “The Lord is there.”  It is measured perfectly for the elect of God.  The Apostle John wrote of this holy city coming down from…(Read More)

Elder David turns to Exodus 12 where we read of the passover.  The Lord would pass through the land to smite the firstborn of each family, but if there were blood on the door, He would pass over that household.  And Elder David asks “what is central to the passover?”  It’s the lamb.  God…(Read More)

Elder David preaches from Daniel where Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego would not bow down to King Nebuchadnezzar’s god.  As punishment, these three young men faced a fiery furnace.  But they knew that true faith could deliver them out one way or another.  Either they would not be killed and live to see another day…(Read More)

Elder David preaches a very moving sermon on the sorrows of life, and moreover, the joys that come afterward.  The religious world might have you believe that if you do good all the time, you won’t have tears, good things will always happen.  But how to deal with sorrow biblically is to expect sorrow…(Read More)