2019 Sermons

2019 Sermons

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January 13, 2019 – Licentiate Rick Berry begins preaching in the book of Romans chapter 8 verse 28 noting that the “all things” in the verse is referring to the things of grace in verses 29 and 30, not that everything that ever happens to God’s children in this world works for good. He considers other times in scripture where “all things” is used and dispels the idea that “all things” means all things without exception. Continuing to verses 29 and 30, he discusses the doctrines of grace and that the Lord knows and saves them that are His. For our moments when we doubt our salvation, Brother Rick gives scriptural proofs that we can know our salvation standeth sure in Christ. He also considers the greatest commandments given by Jesus in Mark chapter 12 to “love the Lord thy God” and “love thy neighbor as thyself.” He exhorts us to be “partakers of the divine nature” as mentioned in 2nd Peter chapter one by adding to our faith virtue, knowledge, temperance, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness, and charity. He concludes by encouraging us to rejoice in the knowledge we have in Him and thank the Lord for it while we serve one another.

January 6, 2019 – Elder Bill Torrance preaches a message concerning how our lives should be focused on the Lord Jesus Christ, that we cannot have peace in this world without Him. He recounts the story of Christ’s birth from Luke chapter two and how, despite the world He was born into not being peaceful, the Prince of Peace in Jesus came into this world. Brother Bill then focuses on Jesus’ words in the gospel of John chapters 14-16, explaining what Jesus meant when He said “Peace I leave with you” and “in me ye might have peace.” He concludes by exhorting us to make the Prince of Peace the center of our lives, to rejoice in Him no matter our circumstances, and to let our light so shine before men that they might see Him. – Mount Paran Primitive Baptist Church in Walton County, Georgia.