Tag Archives: Deuteronomy

Sermon: The Wall of Truth

In the Old Testament, Nehemiah was called to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem and repair the gates of the ancient city.  This one-time cupbearer left his life in the court of the king of Persia to take on this difficult and dangerous task restoring the capital of his people.  Why?  What would drive someone of […]

Sermon: Articles of Faith – The Word of God, Pt 2

How and why can we trust the Bible to be true?  Certainly faith in God’s divine love are crucial to this trust, but the Lord has given us a book that is vast in historical scope and yet internally consistent, verifiable and confirmed by external sources.  Yet without the moving of the Holy Spirit, no […]

Sermon: Commandments of Jesus, Pt XIX – Mark 13:4-6

Self-discipline is one of the hardest habits to practice consistently.  Seemingly no matter how hard we try, we slip-up and slide into old habits.  By God’s grace and His Word, we can overcome, but only so long as we take heed to ourselves and the doctrines of the Bible.  In fact, the Word of God […]

Sermon: Commandments of Jesus, Pt VII – Matthew 5:33-37

This week’s message takes on the importance of oath keeping and avoiding them where possible.  What may seem like an odd topic for Jesus fits right in with the previous messages concerning anger and adultery because our commitments or our failure to keep them impact not only ourselves but many others around us.  For instance, […]

Sermon: Holiness Part III – Grace and the Law

In the third part of the series on holiness, Elder Jason Solomon, addresses the complexities of balancing grace and obedience in our pursuit of holiness.  This ancient struggle is perhaps the greatest challenge to walking the strait path in the Kingdom of Heaven here and now.  As in all things, we must remember that all […]

The More Things Change

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