Monthly Archives: June 2014

Pentecost

Yesterday our passages from the morning service and the evening service intersected. In the morning we looked at Acts 2:1-13. As we looked at the events of the Day of Pentecost we saw that: God’s timing is purposeful; those who … Continue reading

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Preparation for Ministry

Yesterday morning we looked at Acts 1:12-26. There we saw four ways that the disciples prepared for their ministry while they were waiting for the coming of the Holy Spirit. They obeyed what they knew to do, they had fellowship … Continue reading

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The Great Commission

Yesterday morning we began a study of the book of Acts by looking at 1:1-11. In that passage we saw three things about the Great Commission; what is needed to fulfill the Great commission, what the Great Commission involves, and … Continue reading

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Careful Devotion

Sunday morning we finished our study of Titus by looking at 3:8-15. There we saw the need for Christians to pursue good works with “careful devotion.” You can listen to the sermon here: http://bit.ly/1obbsrs

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Titus 3:1-7 and Psalm 15

Yesterday morning we looked at Titus 3:1-7. There we saw that the thing that can help us to treat all people with courtesy is by remembering who we were without Christ and by remembering that the only reason that we … Continue reading

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