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The Royal Line of the Lion of Judah

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December 6, 2020

THE ROYAL LINE OF THE LION OF JUDAH (Matthew 1:1-17) (Part 1) I.  THE IMPORTANCE OF GENEALOGIES TO THE JEWS II.  THE IMPORTANCE OF THE GENEALOGY OF JESUS *John Phillips:  “No biblically literate Jew could possibly...

The Battle is Not Yours, But God’s! – Part 2

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November 29, 2020

THE BATTLE IS NOT YOUR’S, BUT GOD’S! (II Chronicles 20) (Part 2) I.  OUR ADVERSARY IN BATTLE *Sinclair Ferguson:  “As in all warfare, the two essential elements in victory are knowing your enemy and knowing your...

The Battle is Not Yours, But God’s!

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November 22, 2020

THE BATTLE IS NOT YOUR’S, BUT GOD’S! (II Chronicles 20) (Part 1) I.  OUR ADVERSARY IN BATTLE A.  Our adversary is INVISIBLE! *David Jeremiah:  “Be assured, spiritual warfare is a reality in the life of every...

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Verse of the Week

“I will praise thee, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are thy works, and that my soul knoweth right well.”

Psalm 139:14

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Quote of the Week

One thing that every human being shares in common is the sanctity of life. Every life is sacred because every human being has been created by God. No person is a mistake; every person is a masterpiece! While we are different when it comes to our personality and physical features and skin color, we all have the fingerprints of the amazing Creator upon us. Every life is precious to God and should be precious to us, whether that life is in the second trimester of development within the mother’s womb or is in the senior years of living. This week marks the forty-eighth anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in our nation which legalized abortion on demand. Untold millions of human lives have been put to death since this horrible decision. We are rightly outraged at the deaths of six million Jews during the Holocaust of World War II, but more than ten times that number have been slaughtered in their mothers’ wombs since the landmark decision of January 23, 1973. May God forgive America for the shedding of so much innocent blood in the name of choice! Sadly, the one murdered had no choice in the matter!!!!