Introduction Believers dare not come to the table except with a repentant heart. “Whoever eats this bread or drinks this cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner,” as Paul puts it, “drinks judgment to himself.” That should be a sobering warning, especially when the apostle adds that because of this offense…
Counsel from Corinth
C. Jason Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 100 views
Why do Christians try to stay so safe in their outward display and yet stray so far away from being truly Spirit-filled in their fellowship with God? Because Satan Blinds and Sin Binds.
Toby DeHay • Sermon • • 19 views
Occassionally each of us receive a regular "check-up" from our physician, dentist, or eye doctor. Scripture encourages us to do the same thing spiritually. Check your spiritual heart. Is there disunity within you spiritually? Check ourselves for gossip, slander, immorality, spiritual apathy, and more. Church, don't let a spirit of disunity come between each of us at Concord.
The Church: A Study on The Doctrine of the Church
Todd K • Sermon • • 8 views
Introduction As we looked at last week one of the differences that makes a Church a Church rather than just a gathering of believers. Last week we looked at Baptism, and this week we will look at the second, The Lord’s Super. What is the Lord’s Supper? What does it mean to take the elements of the Lord’s…
How many Christians stop to consider the importance of the Lord’s Supper in relation to spiritual maturity? Yet the Scriptures make it plain that this feast of remembrance is indispensable to steadfast continuance in the Christian life.
Landon • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction Greetings... As we have been examining the “Fundamentals” of the Scriptures, with the goal of securing our foundation upon the bedrock of Christ and His Word we have looked at a number of “milk” items beginning with worship. Thus far we have examined worship closely and in recent weeks we…
Rev. Delwyn and Sis. Lenita Campbell • Sermon • • 0 views
A man had just arrived in Heaven, told Peter how grateful he was to be in such a glorious place, and asked Peter to give him one glimpse into Hades in order that he might appreciate his good fortune even more. This Peter did. In Hades he saw a long table extending as far as the eye could reach, laden…