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   Approaching the New Year
   Jeremiah 1:1-10; Haggai 1:5
Sunday School,  December 28, 2014
 
As the children of Judah drifted in their relationship to God, the prophet Haggai challenged them to consider their ways (Haggai 1:5). This is something every believer should do as he approaches the New Year noting that Spiritual Evaluation should result in Spiritual Restoration. The first chapter of Jeremiah not only reveals that God created us, but He also knew us before we were in the womb, sanctified us and ordained our role in this world. Understanding these truths make the questions a priority so that we might accomplish the purpose of our creation and salvation. That is the key to finding genuine fulfillment in our lives.

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   A Diseased Heart
   Jeremiah 17:9
Sunday Afternoon Service,  June 23, 2013
 
God declares the heart of man to be so thoroughly corrupted by sin, that there is no cure but a new heart. The grace of God offers the cure by the sacrifice of Jesus for our sins. After we have a new heart, God instructs us how to have a spiritually healthy heart by the right diet, exercise, and timely examinations. Too many believers enjoy the new heart, but do not want to follow God's guidance for a healthy heart and glorify Him.

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   Hope for Hurting Parents
   Proverbs 22:6; Psalm 127:4; Deuteronomy 6:1-7; Matthew 22:37-39; Jeremiah 17:5-8
Wednesday Evening Service,  October 3, 2012
 
Godly parents will allow the trials and sin of their children help them to see their own sin more clearly. They must understand that God helps those who humble themselves. The goal of parenting must never be to win the battle between you and your children, but instead to glorify God – even in the midst of the trials. Parents must keep their focus on God and not the trials or their feelings. All parenting trials to drive you to desperate, fervent prayer.

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   The Place of Prayer in the Christian Life and in the Church
   Jeremiah 33:3; Psalm 109:21, 22; Hebrews 11:6
Sunday School,  August 12, 2012
Prayer is one of the greatest privileges given to God’s people, that of being able to commune with God. It is the conscious experience of humbly coming face to face with God, communicating with Him and declaring our dependence on Him. This is a two part series. Today we will be looking at prayer in the broad perspective for all believers and then narrow it down in the second part to the local church in prayer.

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   The Great Tribulation
   Isaiah 24-27; Jeremiah 30; Daniel 9, 12; Matthew 24-25; Revelation 4-20
Wednesday Evening Service,  June 29, 2011
From time to time we witness amazing catastrophes upon the earth, from wild fires, to floods, violent tornadoes, hurricanes, earth quakes, tsunamis, pandemics, wars, and many other disasters. But these events are mere tremors compared to the Great Tribulation prophesied in Scripture. The Bible speaks of a time of unprecedented angst and destruction that will shake the foundations of the planet and kill literally billions of people. What is the significance of this time of great trouble? Do these Scriptures foretell real events or figurative? In this study we will read through several passages which foretell the Great Tribulation, look at various views on how to interpret the Tribulation, and finally answer the question, “What shall we do?” in light of the Bible’s teaching.

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   Ebed-Melech, the Ethiopian
   Jeremiah 38-39
Sunday School,  October 7, 2007
 
True character is revealed when we are face to face with a crisis, a strong temptation, or have the opportunity to do good.

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   God's Sovereignty Enables Us to Fulfill His Will
   Jeremiah 1
Sunday Afternoon Service,  September 10, 2006
 


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