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The Mystery of the Little Scroll
by Ray Pritchard

An expanded outline of Revelation 10 with explanatory comments and application.

Text: Revelation 10
Sermon Series: Revelation Chapter-by-Chapter
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Sense and Nonsense About God’s Will
by Ray Pritchard

“What Happened, Lord?” It’s a common question, isn’t it? You set out to get a new job, you work hard […]

Sermon Series: Knowing God's Will
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Why We Don’t Have to Win Every Argument
by Ray Pritchard

For the last few weeks in our studies of Romans 14-15, we have been looking at the call of God […]

Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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God’s Medicine for a Sick World
by Ray Pritchard

Love is the medicine for a sick and fallen world. We need to see love and feel love and experience it in our lives. And we need to know how to pass it along to others. This is the fulfillment of all that God asks of us.

Text: Romans 13:8-10
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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God Unchanging
by Ray Pritchard

When I was a teenager in Alabama, I spent a week at a Methodist church camp. This was during the […]

Text: Romans 11:28-29
Sermon Series: Understanding God's Plan (Romans 9-11)
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The Incomparable Christ: “Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord”
by Ray Pritchard

Who is Jesus Christ? Of all the questions that might be posed to modern men and women, none is more […]

Text: Philippians 2:9-11
Sermon Series: The Apostles’ Creed
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Proving God’s Faithfulness
by Brian Bill

Blessings come to those who tithe and amazingly, Malachi 3:11 states that God will keep certain bad things from happening when we give Him our first fruits. When we give, we put ourselves in a position to trust God to meet all my needs. In addition, God declares in verse 12 that His plan for global evangelization will be met. Can you imagine what would happen to the cause of missions if every believer would give at least 10% to kingdom purposes?

Text: Malachi 3:6-12
Sermon Series: Step It Up
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Beyond Your Dreams
by Ray Pritchard

Pray boldly for spiritual strength, teaches Paul. God is faithful and we can trust Him. He is more than able to do even more than we ask.. Through prayer, we are filled with the Holy Spirit and grow spiritually, understanding the height, breadth, length and depth of Christ’s love for us.

Text: Ephesians 3:14-21
Sermon Series: Praying with Paul
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The Seventh Law: What God Starts, He Finishes
by Ray Pritchard

We begin with the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor whose opposition to Adolph Hitler during World War II […]

Sermon Series: Seven Laws of the Spiritual Life
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The King Who Went Crazy
by Ray Pritchard

God deals with Nebuchadnezzar’s pride. Application: The moment you start taking credit for anything, you’re just daring God to come and smack you around. God won’t share his glory with anyone and he won’t sit idly by while we attempt to shove him out of the picture. If we choose not to listen to God, he turns up the volume until he has our undivided attention.

Text: Daniel 4
Sermon Series: Daniel: Courageous Living in Turbulent Times

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