Sermons from January 2015

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Forgiven

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The word of God teaches us to forgive as we are forgiven by God for Christ’s sake.  Therefore, if we are to understand how we are to forgive and what it looks like when we have forgiven, then we need to understand God’s forgiveness.  Pastor Marty explains why if our sin debt has been paid, […]

The Story of Joseph

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You might want a box of tissues for this sermon.  At the beginning, you will hear Brother John’s adopted son, Daniel who has Down’s Syndrome, pray that is Dad will be blessed to preach.  This prayer obviously affected the congregation, but you will notice that it really affected Brother John.  Brother John starts with a […]

The Stones and a Stone

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Brother Daniel Wood takes up the fact that we are lively stones built unto God and that there is another stone, the chief cornerstone.  That cornerstone is none other than the person of Jesus Christ.

Keep Them and Do Them

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Brother Raymond Wyatt has a unique way to deliver very clear and simple expository messages and this is no exception.  Brother Raymond reminds us that is not just about knowing the commandments, it is about doing them as well.

Who is Your Samaritan

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What can you say?  This was probably the most memorable sermon from the North Georgia Fellowship Meeting.  The meeting had been building all weekend, and God just seemed to poor out his anointing on Brother Jeff Winfrey.  Brother Jeff deals with the concept that the Samaritans were hated by the Jews and asks the question […]

Looking Unto Christ

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Brother David delivers a beautiful message exhorting us to look unto Christ.  There is nothing in our life where Christ cannot be the answer.

The Man, Malchus

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Brother Daniel has not yet been ordained to the ministry, but this message may make you wonder why.  Brother Daniel delivers a message centered around an unlikely individual.  Malchus is the man who lost his ear at the sword of Peter.  Brother Daniel reminds us that Jesus heals the man and also reminds us that […]

Addicted to the Ministry

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This is a classic sermon from Elder Gus Harter.  Brother Harter tells us what it means to be addicted to the ministry.  He leans on his vast ministerial experience and challenges us with the word of God.  This is a beautiful presentation of the Gospel that deserves your attention.

Be Ye Perfect

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Elder Griffis delivers a powerful sermon about being perfect before the Lord.  He gives us some context for this command while not taking “the teeth” out of it.