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Archive for September, 2007

What Bekey Didn’t Know–The Story of Rebekah

22 Sep

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What Bekey Didn't Know--The Story of Rebekah9/22/07

In 1 Corinthians 10:11 Paul tells us that the reason God inspired the Old Testament stories to be written is for our admonition. This sermon is part of a series of sermons on the well-known Old Testament stories–Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons. I pray that God will reveal some new truths to us through these old, well-known, stories.

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A Sermon About Good Character

It had been a normal day; Rebekah went about her chores as usual totally unaware that God intended that her life would be completely changed by that evening.

Our character is what we’re like when we don’t think it matters. Rebekah didn’t know that her character was being watched; she just served because that’s how she was. But God used that character to bless her in ways far beyond her wildest imagination! What are you like when no one’s watching?

Key Passage: Genesis 24

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A Prophet, A King and A Donkey. By Bob Eads

15 Sep

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A Prophet, A King and A Donkey9/15/07

Bob Eads, one of our former church members, was back in town for a visit and gave the sermon that day.

His sermon is on the story of Balaam.

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1 + One = Infinity–The Story of David and the Giant

08 Sep

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1 + One = Infinity--The Story of David and the Giant9/8/07

In 1 Corinthians 10:11 Paul tells us that the reason God inspired the Old Testament stories to be written is for our admonition. This sermon is part of a series of sermons on the well-known Old Testament stories–Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons. I pray that God will reveal some new truths to us through these old, well-known, stories.

See other sermons in this series

What is two plus two? This is considered to be the most basic question in math. Everyone knows the answer. Another equation that seems to be very easy is 1 + One but as we will see the answer is not what you might think.

A Sermon on working with the Power of God.

Key Passage: 1 Samuel 17

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A Sinner in the Line of Christ

01 Sep

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9/1/07

In 1 Corinthians 10:11 Paul tells us that the reason God inspired the Old Testament stories to be written is for our admonition. This sermon is part of a series of sermons on the well-known Old Testament stories–Ancient Stories/Modern Lessons. I pray that God will reveal some new truths to us through these old, well-known, stories.

See other sermons in this series

This is the story of a prostitute-innkeeper who helped out some Israelite spies. In those days inns and prostitution went hand in hand. Rahab was an innkeeper who provided an immoral “service” to her guests. This lady of ill-repute already living in the wicked city of Jericho chose to believe in God’s power and to serve Him instead of following her own way of life.

I imagine that Rahab may have wondered some of the same things that we wonder today when we’ve been forgiven and baptized. “Does the God of the Israelites really fully forgive? Will He fully accept an outsider? Maybe He overlooks sin but you’re still in a lesser position after you’ve repented. He might let me in by the skin of my teeth but I’m sure He’ll see me as a second class citizen.”

This sermon answers those questions.

Key Passage: Joshua 2:1-16

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