Edwin Pope | December 7, 2001
How can we have peace of mind in a world where this is no peace? Only through God’s Spirit opening our mind to understand the way of peace. We who have God’s Spirit are responsible for producing fruits of the Spirit, and peace is one of those fruits. If we do what God has called us to do, we will have peace.
Norbert Link | November 24, 2001
Do you have an attitude of gratitude? Or do you bemoan your circumstances, failing to see what to be thankful for? This sermon will inspire you to see just how much you have to be thankful for, no matter your situation. Christ was thankful to God, His Father, and since Christ is our example, we also need to be thankful to God, our Father. If we don’t learn this, we are in danger of falling away from the truth.
Edwin Pope | November 3, 2001
Before God called us, our eyes were fixed on the world and its ways. Once God reveals His truth to us, everything we do should glorify God, not self. Mankind has repeatedly rejected revealed knowledge throughout the generations, and when they do, idolatry sets in. Learn in this sermon the many ways idolatry manifests itself, even in the way we conduct our daily lives.
Edwin Pope | October 13, 2001
We all have carnal nature and we all have been influenced by the world, but man cannot please God in his unconverted state. Are we progressing in our conversion and exhibiting the fruits of God’s Spirit, or do we linger when it comes to changing our lives? Learn in this sermon how we can overcome our own human nature, the environment we live in, and Satan’s influence on us.
Norbert Link | August 11, 2001
Biblical meditation means to think about, consider, and evaluate, all with a focus toward God. This kind of meditation is a conscious effort to understand human life and God’s purpose for us–from God’s perspective–with His written Word as the basis for our meditation, thus allowing His Spirit to lead us. If we are not meditating properly, then we may not recogize the lead of His Holy Spirit.
Edwin Pope | July 27, 2001
The way we live our life is to be a total sacrifice to God…to love God with all our heart, soul and mind, and to love our neighbor as ourself. Learn in this interesting and detailed sermon how the O.T. sacrifices correlate to the Ten Commandments and learn what sacrifce we need to make in order to please God today.
Edwin Pope | July 21, 2001
“The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not want.” This interesting study of the well-known 23rd Psalm points out the parallels between the physical needs of sheep and the spiritual needs of God’s people–His sheep. Only through Christ, the Good Shepherd, can we have peace and safety, no matter what trial we may be suffering.
Norbert Link | July 14, 2001
Have you ever thought about how the O.T. prophecies apply to us today? At the time of Ezra and Nehemiah, for instance, people were called to rebuild the temple and the city of Jersalem. These two books reveal the obstacles Satan used to try to prevent that work from being accomplished. The parallel for us today is undeniable–be INVOLVED in the work God has given us to do!