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May 29 - Sermon by Dan Ford
Jun 5 - Sermon by Kert Martin
Men's Meeting - Jun 7
Jun 12 - Video Sermon
Jun 19 - Sermon by Jim Zes
Jun 26 - Sermon by Dan Ford
Note: This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change. (Updated 5/24/16)
For Israel is Stubborn Like a Stubborn CalfDate posted: May 15, 2016
by Jim Zes – Hosea 4:7-19
When sinners cast off the yoke of Christ, they will continue in their sin until the Lord says, “Let them alone.” The people of ancient Israel were like a stubborn calf – they were continually committing harlotry against the Lord. They were worshiping idols and looking for leadership from false gods, rather than from the one true God.
In Hosea chapter four we see how Israel’s stubbornness and their devotion to idols resulted in their being “let alone.” The people of Israel were abandoned by God and given over to their own sin and the idols they depended upon, left to reap the fruit of their idolatry and harlotry.
We Are OvercomersDate posted: May 1, 2016
Mr. Martin – I John 5:1-5
As we enter the last chapter of 1 John our focus will be on overcoming the world. John writes that because of our faith in Jesus Christ we have overcome the world. As we learn what an overcomer is, the implications for each of us is immense.
Destroyed for Lack of KnowledgeDate posted: April 24, 2016
by Jim Zes – Hosea 4:1-6
God desires His people to be faithful to Him. The problem is that we often fail to fulfill our covenant responsibilities to God. In Hosea chapter 4, God brings a charge against the people of Israel. The people are accused of lying, killing and stealing. They have also committed idolatry and spiritual adultery. In Hosea 4:6, God says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” When God’s people are destroyed and waste away, it isn’t because God has lost either His love or His strength – it’s because His people lack knowledge of God Himself and they have forgotten His Law.