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1st John Series • 3. How Do We Know? (January 17, 2021)

1st John Series • 3. How Do We Know? – 1st John 2:3-11 (January 17, 2021) Elder Bryce continues teaching how we are to find joy in our lives even though the whole world lies in wickedness. Today’s message shows the way that we know we are chosen in Christ is when we live like Christ. In keeping Christ’s commandment to love, we show that the love of God is in us. This assures us that we were chosen by God in the covenant of election. In knowing we have this eternal life, we have true joy.

1st John Series • 2. The First Step to Finding Joy (January 10, 2021)

1st John Series • 2. The First Step to Finding Joy. 1/10/21 (1st John 1:4-2:2) John told his readers that his purpose for writing to them is so that they could live a joyful life even though the whole world lies in wickedness. In this message, Elder Bryce shows us that John faithfully tells us how Jesus designed for us to find that joy. In order to have a joyful walk with God from day to day we must see sin as God sees sin. We must repent of it and walk more like Jesus.

1st John Series • 1. Two Things We Know (January 3, 2021)

1st John Series • Two Things We Know (January 3, 2021) /1st John 5:19/ Elder Lowrance preaches a New Year’s message from several passages in 1st John. He focuses on one of the final verses where we see that there are two things “we know.” We know that we are “of God” and that “the whole world lieth in wickedness.” In this introductory sermon to 1st John, Elder Bryce charges us to understand these two things and to have the resolution to live the abundant, joyful life that God intended for us.

“Unto Us” • Isaiah 9:6,7 (December 20, 2020)

Unto Us! (December 20, 2020) /Isaiah 9:6-7/ This Sunday we celebrated the birth of our Redeemer with a look at the prophecy of His coming found in Isaiah 9:6. We learned that this very special gift of the only begotten Son of God was for US, His chosen people. We then learned some of the beautiful names of our Savior. Elder Bryce concluded the message reminding us that the kingdom of God continues and will continue. It has no end because the ZEAL of God has performed it!

Ephesians Series • 30. Paul’s Farewell (December 13, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 30. Paul’s Farewell (December 13, 2020) In his final message from the Ephesian letter, Elder Bryce gives a brief review of the epistle and then gives the same charge that Paul gave to this church. We are to act on our faith in love. We are to discover more of our faith by loving one another. When we do this, we find true peace.

Ephesians Series • 29. Praying Always (December 6, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 29. Praying Always (December 6, 2020) Today’s sermon completes the look at the elements of the whole armor of God found in Ephesians Chapter 6. Elder Bryce teaches us that prayer for one another is the specific kind of prayer that brings us all together to fight the good fight of faith.

Ephesians Series • 28. The Sword of the Spirit (November 29, 2020)

Ephesians • 28. The Sword of the Spirit (November 29, 2020) NOTE: The audio on this sermon was accidentally recorded from a cellphone in the pew rather than the pulpit microphone. You can still hear the audio but the congregation sound is more prevalent. Elder Bryce continues teaching about the whole armor of God found in Ephesians chapter 6. In this sermon, he describes the 7th element of the armor – prayer. We are taught to have a “life attitude” of prayer, and specifically to be praying for others. By doing this, we effectively wear and use the whole armor of God to fight the good fight of faith in love.

Ephesians Series • 8. Paul’s Prayer (June 7, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 8. Paul’s Prayer – Ephesians 1:15-20 (June 7, 2020) In this message from the expository series on the Letter to the Ephesians, Elder Bryce describes God’s design for the pastor of a local church. It is through the local church, with God guiding an under-shepherd, that He feeds His children. God gives the man a heart for the people he pastors so that he will be willing and able to teach the things they need the most in their lives.

Ephesians Series • 7. Sealed with that Holy Spirit of Promise (May 31, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 7. Sealed with that Holy Spirit of Promise – Ephesians 1:8-14 (May 31, 2020) Having seen that we are saved by grace plus nothing in the first seven verses of the letter, Elder Bryce shows that our belief of the gospel is the key to our joy and peace. Being sealed with that Holy Spirit of promise only comes when we trust Jesus.

Ephesians Series • 6. In Whom We Have Redemption (May 24, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 6. In Whom We Have Redemption (May 24, 2020) /Ephesians 1:7/ Today’s message followed an introduction by Brother Jonah Lowrance describing the natural state of man with God’s grace. Build upon that premise, Elder Bryce teaches that our redemption is not by our will or works, nor is it a choice we made for Christ. Our redemption is based on the fact that God chose us in Christ before the word began. Therefore, our redemption is in HIM and solely by the will and pleasure of God.

Ephesians Series • 5. How Do I Know That I Am in Christ? (May 17, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 5. How Do I Know That I Am in Christ? (May 17, 2020) /1st John 2:3-10/ Last week we joined the Apostle Paul in a doxology about God’s will in the covenant of redemption. We learned that God secured the eternal destiny of all His children by a sovereign work of grace. This week Elder Bryce explains to us how we can know that we are part of the elect family of God.

Missing sermons in this series will be uploaded as we complete the editing process.


Ephesians Series • 4. Adoring God (May 10, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 4. Adoring God (May 10, 2020) /Ephesians 1:3-6/ Elder Bryce continues in Ephesians chapter 1 where the Apostle Paul writes a doxology about the grace of God. Contrary to the contemporary praise songs sung in so many churches today, the Apostle doesn’t just say “God is blessed” and repeat that chorus multiple times. Paul says that God is blessed, and then he gives reasons why! The doctrines of election, predestination, justification, etc. are given as the basis for singing praise to God for His sovereign grace.

Ephesians Series • 3. To The Saints and Faithful (May 3, 2020)

Ephesians Series • 3. To The Saints and Faithful (May 3, 2020) Elder Bryce continues his series on Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus. Today’s sermon explores the two titles that Paul uses for the members of this church. First of all, he calls them saints. A saint is not an award given by men. It is a title given by God to all His children when He set them apart in election. Secondly, Paul calls them faithful. Not only were these members children of God, they were active in the church with a passion for one another and the Lord. Elder Lowrance closes this sermon with a charge for us to be busy in the kingdom of God.

Ephesians Series • 2. The Will of God (April 26, 2020)

Elder Bryce preaches beginning in Ephesians chapter one contrasting the the will of man and the will of God. With several scriptural proofs he shows that the Bible has very little, if any, good thing to say about the will of man. However, the Bible is filled with glorious examples of God fulfilling his will by His power according to His pleasure. In this sermon, we are charged to discover the will of God in His word and live thereby. This message was preached at Mount Paran Primitive Baptist Church on April 26, 2020.

Our View of the Church (April 19, 2020)

Elder Bryce teaches from Psalm 133 and shows how to recognize our level of discipleship and increase our devotional to God.

A View of the Resurrection (April 12, 2020)

Elder Bryce Lowrance preaches about the impact of the resurrection of Jesus Christ on one believer recorded in scripture, Mary Magdalene. (Note: There was a very large thunderstorm this morning, and the microphone was overdriven distorting the audio.)

Ephesians Series • 1. Thy First Love (April 5, 2020)

Today’s sermon is the introductory message to an expository look at Paul’s letter to the Church at Ephesus. Elder Bryce begins with the last recorded words to the church in Revelation chapter 2. He then traces the unusual founding and history of this church showing their passion for the Lord, for the Apostle Paul, and for their fellow church members.