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Salvation in Christ Alone

What Is theGospel? "I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my coursethat I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God" (v.24). - Acts 20:24 Since Jesus' proclamation of the Gospel involved telling people that "the kingdom of God is at hand" (Mark 1:1415), His commissioning of the dis...

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Prayers for the Purity of the Church

Thank you for joining us weekly to pray over the following items: Help us to remember that our chief end in life is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. May the Holy Spirit show us how to savor God in our affections. Enable us not to respond with regret or go into rage when God's providences are not what we desire. Let us delight more in God and less in ...

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Holy Habits

What isSanctification? Nathan Bingham Have you ever asked yourself, "What is sanctification?" The Reformation Study Bible's theological article on "Sanctification" provides a clear and conciseanswer. According to the Westminster Shorter Catechism (Q. 35), sanctification is "the work of God's free grace, whereby we are renewed in the whole man after the image of Go...

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What is Justifying Faith?

What is justifying faith? I shall show,

(A) What it is not. It is not a bare acknowledgment that Christ is a Savior. There must be this acknowledgment, but that is not sufficient to justify. The devils acknowledged Christ's Godhead. "Jesus the Son of God." There may be an assent to divine truth, and yet no work of grace on the heart. M...

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10 Ideas: Living the Gospel in Your Home

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"If the gospel is central to your life, it also must be central in your family." By Janel Breitenstein A couple of weeks ago I made a phone call to my 4-year-old that I wished I didn't have to make. After yelling at him that morning, I didn't do a truly heart-repentant job of apologizing. Whether he realized it or not, I had still been so madand focused on his own er...

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Giving & Stewardship

Financial Stewardship Studies in Luke A SELFISH REQUEST READ: Luke 12:13-21; James 4:1-5 Someone in the crowd said to him, "Teacher, tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me." (Luke 12:13) John Grisham's novel The Testament opens with the dying words of a man who will soon be parted from all his money. These are his last thoughts on earth: I'm ...

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Persevering in Prayer

Thank you for joining us weekly to pray over the following items: For us as a church to daily lay aside our own ambitions and desires to see God's kingdom advanced in this world. May we as a church seek opportunities to reach out to our fellow members and encourage or serve them in a tangible way. Help us to not grow slack in the discipleship of our children during our ...

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Faithful In Prayer and Our Personal Witness

Thank you for joining us weekly to pray over the following items: Enable us to be HAPPY, THANKFUL and PRAYERFUL in our faith at all times. May we be kept spotless in our integrity both in soul and mind. Help us to be more intentional in our efforts to go forth and make disciples. To have courage and not fear to share the message of the cross with boldness...

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Being a Caring Community

"Being a Caring Community in the Midst of the Corona-virus"...

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Thankful Prayer

Thank you for joining us weekly to pray over the following items: That we would give to God what we owe Him - a proper ADORATION and GRATITUDE as our Creator and Redeemer. As we listen to the sermons preached, may we accept the ways of God without question and excitedly embrace the purposes and work of God in our lives. May the Holy Spirit work to bring convic...

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