Welcome to the New Jerusalem (9-27) The First Glimpse 9Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls full of the seven last plagues came and spoke with me, saying, “Come here, I will show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb.” One of these same angels, possibly the same one here, introduced the…
1 Peter: How to suffer well
We cover a single verse in our study from 1 Peter. We focus on the crazy idea that Jesus will break into history once again. We examine why Christians firmly believe on that idea, and why it's so compelling for non Christians as well.
The third Sunday of Advent is known as Gaudete Sunday, coming from the Latin for "rejoice" when penitents are encouraged to take a break and rejoice. Traditionally, this Sunday focuses on Jesus' second advent, or second coming, when we are reminded to rejoice not just because Jesus has come, but also because He is coming again. Sermon begins at 28:35.
"Created to Draw Near" by Edward T. Welch
A summary and discussion of chapter 38 and the epilogue of "Created to Draw Near" by Edward Welch
Trey Fisher • Sermon • • 2 views
Turn your Bibles to Ecclesiastes 4 Welcome Home! It feels like a homecoming! I think the last time we met together was March 15! Does that sound about right? I think that right! Ya’ll…we didn’t meet together as a family for Easter! That’s crazy isn’t it? I pray that all of you were well through this…
Outlaw, William Carson • Sermon • • 0 views
When Disaster Strikes (1) Remember the End ( ) (Doomsday) The most powerfully destrucive events belonged to nature Compare to our feelings of Nuclear Destruction Could wipe out entire harvest, darken the sky Could darken the sky Refer to an enemy of Israel (most likely Babylon) JONESBORO 1968 Tornado:…