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Deuteronomy 30;20 – The Key To Life

Posted: December 9th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | Comments Off

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Here, God is re-establishing covenant agreements with the children of those who originally left Egypt. In doing so, He is clarifying for them what is needed for God’s Presence and Fellowship to be with them so they will receive His blessings of protection and prosperity.  Though specific covenant details may change, the very essence of what God is looking for from mankind does not.  This verse very well explains the key to life so that we know how to choose life and blessings.


Isaiah 40;27-31- Confident Hope

Posted: August 3rd, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | Comments Off

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When life gets tough, will you continue to live faithfully to God, or will you “forget” God (just for a short time perhaps) and do things your own way?  Here are four timeless truths to encourage each of us to “hang on” and wait with confident hope for God to work in our lives and through our struggles.


Ezekiel 22;23-31 – Standing In The Gap

Posted: May 24th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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In Ezekiel 22, God is not happy with Israel.  They are in big trouble spiritually.  They are drifting farther and farther away from God (much like our own nation).  God calls attention to many of their problems and failures and makes the point that they need not be destroyed if someone would step up to rebuild the wall and stand in the gap.  Let’s consider how we might “stand in the gap” today.


Malachi 1;6-14 – Our Response To God

Posted: March 17th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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In Malachi 1, the fact obvious fact is that God is upset with His people.  He has chosen them, loved them, taken care of them, and though they claim to be his people, the attitudes of their lives and worship actually display a disregard toward Him.  Have they gotten overly familiar?  Have they gotten so caught up in personal affairs that they don’t see and appreciate God anymore?  Whatever has caused their disregard for the honor of God, we must not fall into the same situation.


1 Chronicles 28;9-10 – Be Strong And Do The Work

Posted: March 14th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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We are now God’s chosen.  We have been chosen by God to build a spiritual temple, the church.  Let’s look at this Old Testament example that was written for our instruction, our endurance, our encouragement and our hope,  and consider HOW we are to go about the work that God has chosen us to do.


Deuteronomy 30;11-20 – Choose; Life or Death

Posted: March 14th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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Sometimes we don’t fully understand the choices that are set before us and we wind up choosing something we don’t really want.  Today, each one of us has a very serious choice to make.   It is simply the choice of life or death and we ought not be confused or misled.  We need to make the right choice.


Isaiah 42;1-7 – Nature of God’s Servant

Posted: March 11th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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God presents His Servant as one whom He will uphold, as one whom He has chosen and in whom He delights, and upon Whom God has placed His Spirit.  This is Christ.  Shouldn’t that be a description of us, as Christians, as well?  Let’s consider how the description of the God’s Servant should apply to us.


Deuteronomy 4;39 – Acknowledging God

Posted: March 4th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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When Jesus perceives that religious people are missing some critical concepts, He tells them to go and learn what it means that, “I desire mercy, not sacrifice.”  The verse from Hosea, clarifies that though they were religious, they were somehow failing to really acknowledge God with their lives.  Here are some things we should understand about the nature of God as we seek to genuinely acknowledge God in our lives.


Proverb 4;23 – Guard Your Heart

Posted: February 25th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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Solomon, the wisest person that ever lived, after giving a long list of recommendations for spiritual welfare, teaches that above all, it is important to guard our hearts.  Let’s consider how to guard our hearts.


1 Samuel 12:19-25 – Precepts Of Righteousness

Posted: January 24th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Audio Sermons, Old Testament Expository Sermons | No Comments »

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Samuel, who has now led the people for many years,  speaks to the them, and in so doing highlights several fundamental precepts of righteousness.  The first two are demonstrations of a righteous heart, illustrated by Samuel’s personal commitment.   Third one is path to righteousness which Samuel directs the people towards.