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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on June 22, 2009

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday Morning’s sermon, “What Are You Afraid Of?” based on Romans 8:35-38:

  • There is nothing that can separate us from God’s love once we accept Jesus as Lord.
  • When we are adopted into God’s family, He writes His name on us.
  • When we are adopted into God’s family, our old lineage/heritage is done away with.
  • We cannot separate ourselves from God’s love.
  • We don’t quit being His children when we sin.
  • Our sin interferes with our relationship, but not our status.

You can listen to the sermon by clicking on the audio player below or by going to www.sermon.net/rboyne and searching for the sermon title.

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-250170

You can also listen to Sunday evening’s sermon, “The Battle Is the Lord’s” based on I Samuel 17 by clicking on the audio player below, or by going to www.sermon.net/rboyne and searching for the sermon title.

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-250103
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