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AM Sermon 8/16/15: What The Church Needs

AM Scripture Reading: Ephesians 6.10-18 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey WHAT THE CHURCH NEEDS: “Strengthened in the Faith & Increased in Number” Acts 16.5 Introduction: Luke records, “So the churches were strengthened in the faith, and increased in number daily” (Acts 16.5; cf., 15.41). Strong congregations obviously respect the …

AM Sermon 4/26/15: “One Thing”

AM Scripture Reading: Mark 10.1722 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey “ONE THING” Introduction: We often use the expression “one thing” for emphasis sake. (E.g., “Just one more thing.” “One thing you should know.”) English versions of the Bible translate a variety of phrases into the common idiom, “one thing.” …

AM Sermon 7/27/14: Still on Track

AM Scripture Reading: Psalm 92.12-15 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey STILL ON THE TRACK (“Faithful Until Death” ) Introduction: The 92nd Psalm portrays “the righteous” as healthy trees. “Flourish like a palm tree” and “grow like a cedar in Lebanon” (v.12). “They shall bear fruit in old age; they …

PM Sermon 5/11/14: Made for This

PM Scripture Reading: James 4.13-17 Brent T. Willey Made For This Ecclesiastes 12.13 Introduction: James asked, “For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away” (James 4.14). Solomon reminds us of purpose: “Let us hear the conclusion of the …

PM Sermon 1/13/13: Open to Truth!

PM Scripture Reading: Acts 17.10-15 Brent T. Willey Open To Truth! Acts 17.11 Introduction: Acts 17.11 notes a drastic difference between the Berean Jews and the Thessalonian Jews when it came to hearing the truth. We must do what the noble Bereans did. What is that? I. OPENING OUR MINDS …

Sermon: Weighed in the Balances

AM Scripture Reading: Daniel 5.22-31 This Morning’s Speaker:                 Brent T. Willey “WEIGHED IN THE BALANCES!” Daniel 5.27 Introduction: The word Mozendescribes the action of something being weighed: literally, “a pair of scales,” used in the dual sense. “Honest scales” (Lev. 19.36; Prov. …