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Judge Not! (Matthew 7:1-5) from the Total Forgiveness sermon series
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Who is the Antichrist? (Daniel 11) from the Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times sermon series
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How God Uses Bad People to Do His Will: Another Look at God's Providence (Acts 1:15-26) from the The Adventure Begins (Acts 1) sermon series
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2004 Sermons by Ray Pritchard

Eighth Day Savior

December 26, 2004

Sermon 2 of 2 from the Christmas 2004 series

A Question for Jesus

December 19, 2004

Sermon 1 of 2 from the Christmas 2004 series

When Doing Right Gets You in Trouble

December 12, 2004

Sermon 13 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Serving God in an Unbelieving World

December 05, 2004

We are to submit to all those in authority over us. As Americans, when we read that we are to submit to the king, we tend to dismiss that thought since we haven’t had a king since 1776. What does Peter mean when he says we are to submit “for the Lord’s sake"? It means that there is a direct connection between the people in authority over us, and God who is the Ultimate Authority.

Sermon 12 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

How Your Life Can Change Those Around You

November 28, 2004

Sermon 11 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Welcome to the Priesthood

November 21, 2004

Sermon 10 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Got Milk?

November 14, 2004

Sermon 9 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Love One Another Deeply

October 31, 2004

Sermon 8 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Living in the Fear of God

October 24, 2004

Sermon 7 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Christ-Like Love in a World of Hate

October 10, 2004

Sermon 5 of 5 from the God Speaks Today series

Real Hope for Lasting Change

October 03, 2004

Sermon 4 of 5 from the God Speaks Today series

The Truth About Same-Sex Marriage

September 26, 2004

Sermon 3 of 5 from the God Speaks Today series

Staying Pure in an X-Rated World

September 19, 2004

Sermon 2 of 5 from the God Speaks Today series

Is Marriage Really Made in Heaven?

September 12, 2004

Sermon 1 of 5 from the God Speaks Today series

Get Your Mind in Gear

September 05, 2004

Sermon 6 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

What Angels Wish They Knew

August 29, 2004

Sermon 5 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Loving the Unseen Christ

August 22, 2004

Sermon 4 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

God Must Be Praised in Fiery Trials

August 15, 2004

Sermon 3 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

God Guarantees Our Salvation

August 08, 2004

Sermon 2 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

Strangers in a Strange Land

July 25, 2004

Sermon 1 of 24 from the Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter) series

All One Body We: “The Communion of Saints”

June 06, 2004

Sermon 18 of 21 from the The Apostles’ Creed series

God’s Scapegoat: “Buried”

March 28, 2004

Sermon 10 of 21 from the The Apostles’ Creed series

The Day God Died: “Crucified, Died”

March 21, 2004

Sermon 9 of 21 from the The Apostles’ Creed series

What Do These Stones Mean?

March 14, 2004

Sermon 1 of 1 from the Dedication Day series

Show Me Your Glory

March 08, 2004

Sermon 1 of 1 from the Show Me Your Glory--Exodus 33:18 series

Not by Chance: “Maker of Heaven and Earth”

February 01, 2004

If you leave God out, you’ve missed the fundamental truth about the universe. That means that in order to understand human origins and the true history of the universe, we must begin“not with the vain speculations of science“but with God’s understanding as he has revealed it to us in His Word.

Sermon 5 of 21 from the The Apostles’ Creed series

You Are What You Believe: Why the Apostles’ Creed Matters

January 11, 2004

This sermon gives the history of how the Apostles’ Creed came about and explains the importance it has in the Christian church throughout history as well as in our individual lives. The Apostles’ Creed is a declaration of faith recognized by all branches of true Christianity. For 2,000 years the Apostles’ Creed has served as a succinct statement of the irreducible minimum of the Christian faith. It is the common heritage of the true Christian church. It offers a broad survey of Christian doctrine, that focuses all on God as the object of the faith, and what he has done for believers. In this declaration of beliefs, the God of the Christian church is sharply distinguished from the gods of other religions by what he has done for his believers. The authority of these statements of belief embodied in the Apostles’ Creed lies entirely on the Word, that is the Bible, and not on any personal or private interpretations. It follows then that a person who professes to be a Christian must therefore subscribe or believe in everything stated in this creed, at the very least, as a start of what the Christian must believe. The Creed reminds us that truth is not optional. There are boundaries to the Christian faith. Not everything is negotiable. Some things must be believed if you are to call yourself a Christian. You can choose to live outside those boundaries, but if you do, you aren’t a Christian and you shouldn’t call yourself one.

Sermon 2 of 21 from the The Apostles’ Creed series

Back to Basics

January 04, 2004

Sermon 1 of 21 from the The Apostles’ Creed series

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