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James 4: 1-5 Worldliness in the Church

If you have your Bibles I would invite you to turn with me to James chapter 4. We've been working through this great book for a number of weeks now. We've seen how James deals with the always relevant subject of the Christian's response to trials in James chapter 1. We also seen how he defines true religion at the end...


James 4:11-17 Worldly Speaking and Christian Speaking

If you have your bibles I'd invite you to turn with me to James chapter 4.As we've worked through this very practical book, we noted that in James 1: 26 & 27 James actually gives us a three-point key to some of the important topics that he addresses for the rest of the book. He deals with the issue of worldliness...


The Lord's Day Evening

February 17, 2008

Ezra 3:1-7

“Worship — The Goal of Missions”

Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now if you have your Bible with you or one in a pew just in front of you, turn with me to the book of Ezra, and the third chapter, and we're going to read down through verse...

Side By Side: Gospel Partnership in Philippians

Now if you would, take your Bibles in your hands and turn with me to Paul’s letter to the Philippians chapter 3.  If you’re using one of the church Bibles you’ll find that on page 981.  Philippians chapter 3.  We’re reading the first eleven verses together though our attention this morning will be on verses 1 through 3 of Philippians chapter 3.  Before we read, let’s turn our...

The Gospel of Mark

This morning, we turn to another part of the beginnings of Mark’s gospel as he sets the stage for the work that Jesus will perform. We’ll be thinking about His baptism and His temptation. These five verses are characteristic of the way Mark likes to write. They’re very terse and direct in the way they retell the story. If you look at Matthew’s account or Luke’s account you’ll...