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Posts Tagged ‘Freedom’

Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on February 1, 2012

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “Some More Implications of Grace” based on Colossians 3:12-17:

  • When we have accepted grace, we are able to extend grace to others.
  • We must put on a heart of compassion, love, & kindness
  • We must treat others like we want to be treated
  • We must let the peace of Christ rule in our hearts
  • We must let the word of Christ dwell within us

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/119815935
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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on March 22, 2011

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s message, “Unleavened People” based on Luke 22:7-20:

  • Unleavened bread represents Israel’s freedom from bondage under the Egyptians.
  • Unleavened bread represents Christians’ freedom from sin under the blood of Jesus.
  • Leaven represents sin.
  • We are told to get the leaven out of our lives.

You can listen to the message here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2638645

You can also listen to the evening message, “Don’t Turn Aside” based on I Samuel 12:19-25 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://rboyne.sermon.net/da/2638676

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