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How Does God Run Elections

God not only controls who the rulers will be in the Israelite nations but also who will rule in the Gentile kingdoms, e.g. Babylon with Nebuchadnezzar. Three examples of U.S. Presidential elections gives us a good idea of how much God is involved taking out and/or setting...

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The Carnal Way VS. The Spiritual Way

In this study we focus on the difference between two Greek words, Sarkinois and Pnuematikois, carnal and spiritual, respectively. We journey through Paul's use of these words in the book of 1 Corinthians and how the brethren in Corinth needed to be shown the difference. 

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God Hates Some Stuff Too!

God is love, and He loves us so much that He also gave us the things that He hates, so that we may avoid those things and have disdain for them as well.

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Follow the Lead of the Holy Spirit

The book of Acts records the giving of the Holy Spirit and how the apostles and brethren of the early church either followed the lead of the Holy Spirit or ignored it. This sermon covers some of the history with an emphasis on the fruit that will be produced in...

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Fellowship of the Spirit of Christ

On the Day of Pentecost, those who were baptized fellowshipped and were of one accord. What caused them to become one united church group so quickly?

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Spiritual Growth and the Redwood Tree

We will look at traits of the redwood to illustrate spiritual traits and growth in our lives as firstfruits.

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Actions that Lead to Never Practicing Sin

Pentecost is mainly about God’s promise of the Holy Spirit. The one word that describes God is “love.” Fulfilling the fruit of love described in Galatians 5 will actually result in never practicing sin.

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Divorce and Remarriage

In Satan's world, there can be divorces for almost any reason. What does God's word tell us about when we can be free to remarry? And what are the main keys for a happy marriage?

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The Heart of a Servant

The Heart of a Servant

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When You See

Those words, “when you see,” were spoken by Christ to the disciples almost 2000 years ago. We can draw at least 2 conclusions from those three words—1) if we are watching, we will be aware of prophesied world events before Christ’s coming and 2) Christ expects us to...

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