QUICK LINKS

SERMONS

MUSIC

PLAN OF SALVATION

RADIO BROADCASTS

Service Times

Sunday School

9:30am

Sunday A.M. Worship

10:30am

Sunday P.M. Worship

7:30pm

Wednesday Worship

7:30pm

Services

Sunday Evening Service

This Evening’s Sermon:

“Glorying In God” Jeremiah 9:23-24
     
SHARING
Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Sunday Morning Service

This Morning’s Sermon:

“Comprehending Faith” Matthew 21:17-22
  
SHARING
Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Mid-Week Service

This Evening’s Sermon:

“The Unknown” James 4:13-17
  
SHARING
Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Sunday Evening Service

This Evening’s Sermon:

“Encouraged In The Lord” 1 Samuel 30:1-8, 18-19

Lyrics for Hymns:

“Love Found A Way”

Wonderful love that rescued me, Sunk deep in sin, Guilty and vile as I could be–No hope within; When every ray of light had fled, O glorious day! Raising my soul from out the dead, Love found a way.

Love found a way to redeem my soul, Love found a way that could make me whole; Love sent my Lord to the cross of shame, Love found a way–O praise His holy name.

Love opened wide the gates of light To heaven’s domain, Where in eternal power and might Jesus shall reign; Love lifted me from depths of woe, To endless day; There was no help in earth below–Love found a way.

Love found a way to redeem my soul, Love found a way that could make me whole; Love sent my Lord to the cross of shame, Love found a way–O praise His holy name.

“Why Should He Love Me So?”

Love sent my Savior to die in my stead; Why should He love me so? Meekly to Calvary’s cross He was led; Why should He love me so?

Why should He love me so? Why should He love me so? Why should my Savior to Calvary go? Why should He love me so?

O how He agonized there in my place; Why should He love me so? Nothing withholding my sin to efface; Why should He love me so?

Why should He love me so? Why should He love me so? Why should my Savior to Calvary go? Why should He love me so?

SHARING
Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Sunday Morning Service

This Morning’s Sermon:

“Increasing Our Faith” Luke 12:22-36

Lyrics for Hymns:

“How Can I Fear?”

When shadows fall, and the night covers all, There are things that my eyes cannot see. I’ll never fear, for the Savior is near; My Lord abides with me.

How can I fear? Jesus is near; He ever watches over me. Worries all cease; He gives me peace. How can I fear with Jesus?

Jesus is King, He controls everything; He is with me each night and each day. I trust my soul to the Savior’s control; He drives all fear away.

How can I fear? Jesus is near; He ever watches over me. Worries all cease; He gives me peace. How can I fear with Jesus?

“Each Step I Take”

Each step I take my Savior goes before me, And with His loving hand He leads the way. And with each breath I whisper “I adore Thee”; Oh, what joy to walk with Him each day.

Each step I take, I know that He will guide me; To higher ground He ever leads me on. Until some day the last step will be taken, Each step I take just leads me closer home.

I trust in God, no matter come what may, For life eternal is in His hand. He holds the key that opens up the way, That will lead me to the promised land.

Each step I take I know that He will guide me; To higher ground He ever leads me on. Until some day the last step will be taken, Each step I take just leads me closer home.

SHARING
Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Sunday Services

While we practice recommended safety precautions and are not meeting in person, I encourage you to maintain the observance of our regularly scheduled service times via our website. Our pastor will continue to prepare and preach sermons, which will be added to our website prior to our regularly scheduled service times.

The most recent sermon can be found on the main page of our website, and also in the “Sermons” tab or quick link, as usual.

Prior to the sermon, there will be an opportunity to join in singing a few hymns.

Daily Bible readings will continue to be updated on the regular schedule, with the exception of Saturdays. We will just continue on reading through 1 Samuel, and will get back to Hebrews when we resume our in person services…unless it becomes more prolonged than expected.

Pray for our pastor, pray for our leaders, and pray for one another!

SHARING
Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Mid-Week Service

In accordance with recommendations to pause group gatherings, we will temporarily be utilizing our website to transmit sermons.

Feel free to peruse our website, and choose from one of the 2090 sermons immediately available. SERMONS

If you would like a sermon about “Victory Through Prayer”, click this link: VICTORY THROUGH PRAYER

We also have over 350 songs from our adult choir to lift your spirits! MUSICSHARING

Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

The Hope Of Knowing Christ As Savior

I am the man that hath seen affliction by the rod of his wrath.”
“The Lord is my portion, saith my soul; therefore will I hope in him.”
Lamentations 3:1,24

Jeremiah knew that a Christian’s life has two sides:
(1) Our afflictions – however many and severe they may be .
(2) Our redemption from our corruptions.

Jeremiah experienced that God permits afflictions to come upon us, yea, he even suffered under that which he knew that God had sent. This can create a great conflict in our way of thinking. We may have difficulty in reasoning these things out.

But we must, as a human being, remember the rock from whence we are all hewn and in what world we live in. God did not invent sin, thus His actions are not responsible for our corruptions and mortality. God’s hand can often be seen in association with our sufferings. Jeremiah suffered as a result of God’s judgment upon his society. Even though God sent judgments that were adversely felt, it was merely a response on God’s part to the spiritual condition of Jeremiah’s countrymen.

Knowing Christ as our Saviour from our sin condition, enables us to recognize what we see happening: “It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” Lamentations 3:22-23 No matter how tough things are, we are able to recognize that the reason things are not a whole lot worse, is due to Divine mercy.

These two sides of life that a Christian can see in and of ourselves, are also witnessed in the life of Christ. Being the Divine Son of God never exempted Him from sorrow and suffering. But, Christ’s sufferings were due to the spiritual condition of the world into which He came. He had to bear these sufferings. But, God used them for His perfection, as He did for Job and has promised to do for us, as we remain unwavering in our faith towards Him: “That the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ.” 1 Peter 1:7 By faith, a Christian can see that our worst trials and tribulations are far better for us than if we had won the biggest Super Lotto! “For which cause we faint not; but though our outward man perish, yet the inward man is renewed day by day. For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory; While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.” 2 Corinthians 4:16-18 Thus we have hope in our experiences, no matter how severe!SHARING

Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

The Wisdom From Above

In the study of any and all scripture, the attainment is to be unto acquiring “Godly wisdom”. With the attainment of a new piece of equipment, the first step is to study the manual to become wise unto how to operate the instrument.

We are challenged to study all scripture, so as to be made wise unto what we are to be and do that is approved of God. God’s Word is to become our own personal wisdom by which we live.

In the study of the Book of Proverbs, we learn that Godly wisdom is what is needed to correctly establish one’s moral constitution, conscience and compass. To personally hearken to God’s Word will afford us good moral instincts, that one must possess to avoid falling into Satan’s steel traps.

The Book of Hebrews challenges us to leave the principles of the doctrine of Christ and go on unto perfection. Just being saved isn’t enough; we are to live Godly lives. Hebrews stresses the excellence of the New Testament Covenant, through the pre-eminence of Christ as our High Priest, to save to the uttermost and to make one perfect in every good work to do God’s will. Those who have sold out their lives to Christ’s Church, in full interaction with the Body, will acquire the sufficiency of Godly wisdom to effectually work in harmony with the church, with the full measure of love and joy.

The Book of James emphasizes living by and doing the Lord’s work by the wisdom that is from above. This book not only recommends wisdom, but also supplies it. It gives us many of the solutions to our Christian experience, and unfolds answers for successful relations and blameless personal conduct. It projects that faith is made perfect through submission and the practice of Christian virtues.

James emphatically affirms that wisdom works where wisdom is being received. It challenges all who profess to be right with God to “shew out of a good conversation (way of life) his works with meekness of wisdom.” It indicts those who have bitter envying and strife in their hearts, as those who are not disciples of heavenly wisdom, but rather students of the wisdom that is earthly, sensual, devilish. It contends that wherever there is the wisdom from above, that it transforms character and conduct unto a fashion that is consistent with Godly behavior.

What man calls incompatibility, God calls the fruits of carnal wisdom. Where man offers excuses instead of compliance, God calls it a “dead faith”. We are responsible to judge ourselves and deal with our problems according to Godly wisdom. We are to seek the mind of Christ that wrote God’s precepts and strive to attain to the objects that the spirit of the law conveys. ARE YOU WISE?SHARING

Facebooktwitterpinterestmail

Be Steadfast, Unmovable

1 Corinthians 15:58

In these last days, so many things are passing from one form to another. “When the Son of man cometh, shall He find faith on the earth?”

Because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.” Matthew 24:12 Iniquity covers many things that people get involved with that are lacking in righteousness, as well as that which is unjust and wicked. Churches are seeing members of their own congregations, who have particular involvements with material pursuits, self-ambition, worldly associates, etc., that take over their lives, resulting in spiritual indifference and the forsaking of God’s House.

Though the dislike of sound doctrine has always been the trend (2 Timothy 4:3-4), today, we see not just a watering down, but rather a transition from sound doctrine to those things contrary to God’s commandments, and many love to have it so.

Satan’s subtleties continue on every front. Inch by inch, piece by piece, change by change, churches are being robbed of holiness, reverence, humility, conviction, contriteness, and a hunger and thirst for righteousness, unto becoming entertainment centers, where spiritual things are celebrated, and people are made to feel good about themselves as they are.

With each new revised bible, some changes are made in God’s Word that conditions the minds of people to accept the next new version, with some more changes, until after a period of time, this leavening process has leavened the whole lump. This is why God forbids any and all alteration of the inspired scriptures, right along with the admonition that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.

The lack of living by faith is responsible for many failures in lives. These failures often result in offense towards the ministries that reprove and rebuke according to God’s Word. For some, their failures outrank their successes, until they feel like their standing in the church has been so eroded, that they leave and seek religious asylum elsewhere. This is the sad result of making decisions that one knows is not according to God’s will and way.

The challenge we all must face, in light of the many struggles of these last days, is “Will you also go away?”

Christian, don’t depart from the faith! By remaining true, constant, and steadfast, when other things are changing, will make you that much more of a vessel of honor in the eyes of the Lord. This gives God that much more reason to reward you in the day when He makes up His jewels! Malachi 3:17SHARING

Facebooktwitterpinterestmail