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Oct 23 - Sermon: Dan Ford
Note: This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change. (Updated 10/20/16)
Woe to Them When I Depart from ThemDate posted: October 16, 2016
by Jim Zes – Hosea 9
Throughout the Book of Hosea, we have seen that Israel has played the harlot against God. The people of Israel were deeply corrupted by their continual worship of idols. For many years God had been very patient and long-suffering with them. Now the days of punishment have come. Woe to tGod will remember the iniquity of the Israelites and He will punish their sins. God’s judgment is going to come upon the Israelites in a very terrible and destructive way.
True Doctrine & Heart TransformationDate posted: October 9, 2016
Kert Martin – I Tim 1:3-11
There is a problem in the church at Ephesus – certain men are teaching a “different doctrine.” Timothy is instructed by Paul to command these men to stop teaching this “different doctrine.”This week we will look at true doctrine, which leads us to true love and the true use of the law. This kind of teaching is alive and well in our own day – “different doctrine” creates speculations and controversies rather than Godly stewardship – so it is important for us to understand God’s truth. Our desire is to “conform to the glorious gospel of the blessed God, which He entrusted to us.”
David’s Son & David’s LordDate posted: September 25, 2016
by Dan Ford – Luke 20:41-47
Who is the real Jesus? If you ask, people today will give you all kinds of answers. But, in Luke 20 Jesus very specifically asked who the Christ is – how He can be both David’s Son and David’s Lord. As Jesus approached the time of His crucifixion, He was effectively asking if we really understand that He is both fully man and fully God.
In Mr. Ford’s sermon, he looks at one of the most important questions posed by Jesus about the Christ which we must believe: “Therefore David calls Him ‘Lord’; how is He then his Son?”