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PM Sermon 6/7/15: Our Unfailing God

PM Scripture Reading: Zephaniah 3.1-5 This Evening’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey Our Unfailing God Zephaniah 3.5 Introduction: Zephaniah warns the southern kingdom of Judah with fiery images and looming judgment (Zeph. 1.1-3). Yet, he also gives a message calling for repentance, leading to forgiveness (2.1-3). He concludes, “The Lord is …

PM Sermon 6/8/14: “God is Faithful”

PM Scripture Reading: 1 Corinthians 1.4-9 Brent T. Willey “God Is Faithful” Introduction: Who can we trust? Man? Rarely! (Psa. 116.11; Jer. 17.5) Consider God faithfulness, He, “who cannot lie” (Titus 1.2; cf., 2 Cor. 1.18-20; Deut. 7.9; Lam. 3.23; 1 Cor. 1.9). And so, “the just shall live by …

AM Sermon 9/1/13: The Fallacy of “Unconditional Love”

AM Scripture Reading: Proverbs 6.16-19 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey The Fallacy of “Unconditional Love” Introduction: It is often stated that “God hates sin but loves sinners” – often followed by, “God loves us unconditionally!” If God didn’t love sinners, He would love no one, “for all have sinned…” …

AM Sermon 5/19/13: “The Hand of God”

AM Scripture Reading: Isaiah 59:1-2 This Morning’s Sermon: Homer Walker, Jr. “The Hand of God” Isaiah 59:1  Introduction: The expression “Hand of God” is found many times in the Bible. “Anthropomorphism” the ascription of human attributes to deity. (1 Pet. 3:12; Ex. 33:23; Matt. 5:35) By “Metonymy” the hand of …

AM Sermon 4/7/13: When “There Is No God”

AM Scripture Reading: Psalm 10.1-4 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey When “There Is No God” Psalm 10.4 Introduction: Notice the similarities between Psalm 10.4 & Psalm 14.1: Psa. 10.4: “The wicked in his proud countenance does not seek God; God is in none of his thoughts.” Psa. 14.1: “The …

PM Sermon 12/9/12: “My Ways”

PM Scripture Reading: Psalm 119.57-64 Brent T. Willey “My Ways” Psalm 119.57-60 Introduction: Psalm 119.57-60: “You are my portion, O Lord; I have said that I would keep Your words. I entreated Your favor with my whole heart; be merciful to me according to Your word. I thought about my …

AM Sermon 11/18/12: “Just as God Forgave You”

AM Scripture Reading: Psalm 103.8-13 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey “JUST AS GOD FORGAVE YOU” Ephesians 4.32 Introduction: We have been quoting Ephesians 4.32 for several weeks now: “And be kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.” Not only does this …

AM Sermon 9/16/12: None Like God

AM Scripture Reading: Psalm 89.30-37 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey NONE LIKE GOD Psalm 89.30-37 Introduction: The author of the 89th Psalm is a man by the name of Ethan, the Ezrahite. (Cf., 1 Kings 4.31) In view of verses 30-37, Scripture once again indicates there is None Like …

AM Sermon 7/29/12: The Unknown God

AM Scripture Reading: Acts 17.22-28 This Morning’s Sermon: Brent T. Willey THE UNKNOWN GOD (“Though He Is Not Far From Each Of Us”) Acts 17.16-34 Introduction: The Athenians were superstitious enough to erect an altar to “the unknown God” (read vs. 23-28). They were not diligently seeking the Lord; they …