Edwin Pope | September 28, 2002
God calls and raises up in the last day. He gave His son so we should not perish but have everlasting life. As in Adam, all die but in Jesus Christ all made alive. He will pour out his Holy Spirit on all flesh in the last days. Fear God and keep His commandments. He will bring every work into judgment.
Dave Harris | September 27, 2002
God is great and has an incredible future for us. We need his Holy Spirit to comprehend his plan. Blessed are we if we have eyes and ears to see and hear it. Stir up the spirit. Watch and be ready. Learn to be ruled and rule our own spirit. Have love for one another.
Edwin Pope | September 26, 2002
Begotten now not yet born. Abraham believes God and was the friend forever. He had willingness without question. Moses was the only one to ever see God in His glory. Establish a friendship with God. See the Lord while He may be found. Stand at the door and knock. Come out of Satan’s world. Stay in continuous contact. Be grateful and thankful. You are my friend if you do what He says.
Joe Kotylak | September 25, 2002
Perception is reality. Let no one deceive himself. We can have reactions to different truths: Dismiss, Accept, give fair consideration. Use the Bible to differentiate truth and error. Delusion needs something traumatic to bring them out. Beware the leaven: pride, vanity, arrogance, self elevation. Search scriptures daily.
Edwin Pope | September 23, 2002
If we qualify now we will have judgment responsibilities in the future. There is no just judgment on earth today. In righteousness you shall judge. God teaches us good judgment and discernment. If we would judge ourselves we wouldn’t need judging.
Edwin Pope | September 21, 2002
The Feast is not a vacation. Understand the purpose to dwelling in booths. Learn to fear Eternal. What distracts us? Don’t allow anything to come between us and God. Simplify our lives and don’t become entangled in this life. Look at Abraham’s example of sojourning and obedience. Set your mind on things above.
Dave Harris | September 21, 2002
Who are you? Do you know? Adam and Eve were given a choice. Life and death. Focus on goal, seize it and make it first priority. God chose me through salvation. Our titles: elect, brethren, holy priesthood, holy nation, followers of good, house of God, first fruits, good stewards.
Jesus Christ King of Kings and Lord of Lords – over us. Our citizenship is in heaven.
Rene Messier (Canada) | September 20, 2002
In order to be a King you must have a territory, subjects and law. Jesus Christ will be the King, the earth will be his territoy, survivors will be His subjects and the law will be God’s. In our lives now, the husband is King of home, with his family as subjects. Be faithful in small matters now: homes, jobs, family etc.
Edwin Pope | August 31, 2002
The Bible has many examples showing that as long as people followed God’s instructions, He was with them, but when they turned away from truth, He did not continue to bless them. People think they can change “little” things, not taking into account the far reaching damage that will be done to themselves and others. This applies, too, when it comes to church doctrines. When right teaching is compromised, even a “little,” God is not pleased.
Dave Harris | August 24, 2002
Satan attempted to have Christ worship him. We need to keep in mind our future, especially when tempted. Identify what can cause us to stumble. Biblical examples of false worship were a matter of life and death. True worship in spirit and truth
Norbert Link | August 17, 2002
We are living in a time when people are more concerned for themselves than for others. There is a prevailing attitude of getting all we can for ourselves. Yet God says that it is more blessed to GIVE than to RECEIVE. How can that be? In what way are we more blessed in giving? Learn in this sermon how to develop an attitude of giving, sharing, and caring for others, and how God blesses us in return.
Dave Harris | August 3, 2002
Peter was bold, walking on water. Remove doubt – don’t waiver. Jesus served God boldly. Peter and John preached with all boldness. Examples of bible figures who acted boldly. Be sober and vigilant. Submit to God and resist the devil. Stop Satan by resisting.
Norbert Link | July 27, 2002
Is the school of life the best teacher? Do we learn best by making mistakes? Or is there a better way? God has called us out of this world to be different, to enter into a relationship with Him that makes it possible to obey Him, thus enabling us to live a happy and productive life. The church, the spiritual body of Christ, is to teach us right values so that we can live in peace and harmony, dealing with life’s conflicts in a Godly manner.
Edwin Pope | June 29, 2002
Laodiceans serve themselves. They profess to serve God, but all the while they serve their “gods” of wealth, power, success, entertainment, prestige, etc. They combine a bit of truth with a lot of error. How can we be sure we are not caught up in that same mindset? This important sermon explains how to avoid becoming a Laodicean.