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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on February 3, 2009

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday morning’s sermon, “Desperately Distant from God” based on Exodus 20:18-21:

  • Many people keep their distance from God.
  • Some keep their distance because they are afraid of God.
  • Some keep their distance because they prefer their sinful lifestyle.
  • God calls us to Him.
  • God is approachable.
  • God has made the way (through Jesus Christ) for us to be reconciled to Him.

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You can listen to the sermon here or by clicking on the audio player below.

You can also listen to Sunday evening’s sermon, “God Is for Us!” based on Romans 8:28-31 here or by clicking on the audio player below:

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on May 19, 2008

Here are some “Sound Bites” from Sunday morning’s sermon, “Practical Atheism” based on I Samuel 17:

  • Many Christians live a life no different than a non-Christian.
  • Many Christians continue to ignore God in their everyday lives.
  • Many Christians have forgotten what God has done for them.
  • Many Christians focus on their physical needs instead of their spiritual needs.
  • Many Christians choose to remain inactive, instead of working for the Lord.
  • If you were accused of being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?

You can listen to “Practical Atheism” here, or by clicking on the player below.

Due to a technical error, Sunday evening’s sermon, “Give it up” was not recorded.

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