Micah (Part Two): Rest for the Restless
Sermon; Given 1/8/2022
Micah describes the current state of America, in which the former checks and balances between the three branches of government have rapidly deteriorated,
Micah (Part One): Hope for the Hopeless
Sermon; Given 12/18/2021
The prophecy of Micah had a delayed effect, taking many years before a reformer emerged on the scene. Jeremiah's life was spared because of the memory of Micah.
Tangible Money is on Life Support!
Commentary; Given 12/4/2021
Money created virtually, encouraging the something-for-nothing mentality, as well as gambling, following the way of selfishness, violates God's way.
God Meant it for Good!
Sermon; Given 11/13/2021
If one does good, following God's instructions, persecution is automatically promised as a consequence, just as Christ paid with His life for His good works.
God Never Disappoints!
Sermon; Given 10/16/2021
Unlike people who, because of their natural carnal nature, feel disappointment with God, God's people should never experience any disappointment with Him.
Creation Stewardship
Feast of Tabernacles Sermon; Given 9/27/2021
We as Christians should strive to be the most conscientious environmentalists or creationists in the world because the earth and its fullness are the Lord's.
The Need to Escape and Be Rescued
Feast of Tabernacles Sermon; Given 9/22/2021
We can experience escape and rescue by exercising reverence and godly fear. One of the most dangerous forms of enslavement consists of our own carnal lusts.
Faith and Spiritual Focus
Sermon; Given 9/16/2021
Fasting is not for pressuring God or attempting to put Him in debt, but instead to reveal what we really are, clothing us with the humility to yield to Him.
Our Faith is the Victory
Sermon; Given 9/4/2021
While the carnal mindset is hostile to everything in God's word, we have been provided a gift to enable us to overcome: the faith from being born of God.
Facing Times of Stress: Forewarned of Persecution!
Sermon; Given 8/14/2021
Under the best of times, God's people are not immune to persecution. Persecution for righteousness' sake is evidence that God's people have Christ's Spirit.
The Insatiable Seizing
Commentary; Given 7/24/2021
The American family farm has become an endangered institution as business interests purchase parcels of land as investments, driving up prices.
WHAT?! Me Submit to Someone Else?
Sermon; Given 7/10/2021
Submitting is repugnant to the carnal mind. The church is no place for uncompromising people who demand their own way.
God's Non-transmittable Attributes (Part Four): Immutability
Bible Study (Article); Posted 7/6/2021
God Almighty is immutable; He does not change. This character trait allows us to trust and follow Him in hope.
Housing and Property Redistribution
Commentary; Given 6/19/2021
The United Nations Agenda 21 plan recommends the confiscation of private property for the sake of an equitable economic and social system.
Secret Faults and Presumptuous Thoughts
Sermon; Given 6/5/2021
People can mentally 'legalize their iniquities,' in doing so attempting to make God the accomplice of their sins. But He will not overlook blatant faults.
Made Alive by Exceeding Greatness!
Sermon; Given 5/22/2021
God granted humans a limited measure of power and dominion at creation, but not until the Day of Pentecost of 31 AD did their potential become fully operative.
God's Non-Transmittable Attributes (Part Three): Omniscience
Bible Study (Article); Posted 5/18/2021
The apostle John declares in I John 3:20 that God 'knows all things,' confirming the extraordinary greatness of the One we worship.
The Ambiguous Mind
Commentary; Given 5/8/2021
We cannot vacillate between allegiance to the world's standards and God's perfect standards. As one asks for wisdom, one must relinquish doubt.
Gentle and Lowly in Heart
Sermon; Given 4/17/2021
Paul displayed a gentleness not grounded in weakness, but in strength, a gentleness which showed anger, but only at the right time and to the right degree.
Defective Reasoning: Appeal to Authority
Commentary; Given 4/10/2021
We must be wary of placing too much confidence in self-appointed experts—the 'professionals' who rise to the top of every field of endeavor