January 16, 2022 • Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

January 16, 2022 • Brother Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

January 16, 2022
Brother Jonah Lowrance • Galatians 4:16-20 “Be Zealously Affect in a Good Thing” We should not allow the lies and distractions of the world draw us away from the fellowship of the saints and the true doctrine taught in church. Rather, we should be zealous for the truth when we hear it, and be more active in church.
Elder Bryce Lowrance • Psalm 4 “An Evening Prayer”
The key to finding peace and rest in this fallen world is understanding that God is our righteousness. He loves us, He chose us, He counts Christ’s righteousness as ours, and because of these facts, He is there for us when we call.
January 9, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

January 9, 2022 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

Psalm 3 • The Peace of Sovereign Grace – January 9, 2022
Elder Bryce Lowrance
Psalm 3 was written by David when he had to flee from Jerusalem because his son, Absalom, sought to kill him. When David considers the faithful and merciful character of God, he finds peace enough to rest even though he is in the middle of a flight for his life.
December 12, 2021 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

December 12, 2021 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

November 12, 2021 • Elder Bryce Lowrance Psalm 47 “Clapping, Shouting, and Singing” – In this Psalm celebrating the victories of God, we find that we should not hold back our praise of God. If we are truly excited about God’s grace we may even find ourselves clapping with “happy sounds.” In particular, this Psalm celebrates the ascension of Christ back to His throne. At that moment, there was shouting in heaven. David then tells us that we should respond with continual singing.
December 5, 2021 • Bro. Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

December 5, 2021 • Bro. Jonah Lowrance & Elder Bryce Lowrance

November 5, 2021 Brother Jonah Lowrance “Live Like a Son” Galatians 4:1-9 – When we follow any version of legalism in salvation, we are acting like hired servants. God intends for us to live in the liberty of the finished work of Christ as His children.
Elder Bryce Lowrance Psalm 23 “The Lord is MY Shepherd” – When we walk in paths of righteousness, we recognize that Jesus is our Good Shepherd. With that assurance, we can face every trouble, trial or enemy in the peace of God.
November 28, 2021 • “Cast Down but not Destroyed” – Bryce Lowrance

November 28, 2021 • “Cast Down but not Destroyed” – Bryce Lowrance

November 28, 2021 “Cast Down But Not Destroyed” 2nd Corinthians 4 – Elder Bryce Lowrance The Apostle Paul teaches us that we must have a greater perspective of the power of God in order to not be overtaken by the world. We have been given the treasure of the gospel in earthen vessels. Therefore, we need to remember that troubles and trials will come into our lives, but they are not the end of the story.

November 14, 2021 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

November 14, 2021 • Elder Bryce Lowrance

November 14, 2021 “The Letter to the Church at Laodicea” Revelation 3:14-22 – Elder Bryce Lowrance The church at Laodicea declares itself sufficient with its doctrine and practice of religion. However, Jesus calls them lukewarm and tells them that they need to repent of their formalities and be all-in for the Lord. If they do, they will be able to join Him in His ascended position at the right hand of the Father. This means that they will be fully satisfied with the finished work of Jesus Christ.

November 7, 2021 • Jonah & Bryce Lowrance

November 7, 2021 • Jonah & Bryce Lowrance

Brother Jonah Lowrance preaches from Galatians, Chapter 3 explaining to us what the true purpose of the law of Moses was. It was to show us the need we have for a savior and point us toward Jesus Christ. Any law we make for ourselves cannot save us Only the blood of Jesus Christ, the perfect sacrifice, is sufficient to redeem us.
Elder Bryce Lowrance preaches from Psalm 117. This Psalm is the shortest chapter in the Bible but it has a huge amount say about the reasons for praise to be given to God. God has done everything for us. Therefore, we owe praise to God in every aspect of our life.

October 31, 2021 • Psalm 113 Elder Bryce Lowrance

October 31, 2021 • Psalm 113 Elder Bryce Lowrance

Psalm 113 • “The Circle of Praise” (October 31, 2021) Elder Bryce Lowrance. Psalm 113 is the first Psalm of the Hillel or “praise” Psalms (114-118 are the others). This collections of Psalms was sung during the various Jewish festivals. In this Psalm, David shows us that God should be praise by everyone, all the time, and in all places.

October 17, 2021 • Psalm 42 “As Thirsts the Hart”

October 17, 2021 • Psalm 42 “As Thirsts the Hart”

Psalm 42 • “As Thirsts the Hart” – Elder Bryce Lowrance (October 17, 2021) In Psalm 42, David has a little talk with himself, but in doing so, he teaches us that we should do the same thing. When we are in distress, anxious, worried, or hurting in any way, we should remind ourselves of the promises of God. God has promised to always be with us. This fact will sustain us through all our trials. David also gives himself a hope of recovery when he looks forward to returning to public worship.