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Laity

LAITY (lāı̆ty̆) Unless you have read from older authors or certain 'high church' denominations, you have probably never heard the term, laity. The most simple definition of the word is, "people". The greek word, ό, has three main glosses (or meanings)- people, crowd, or multitude. A great verse for this is found in Matthew 1:21, "She will bear a son, and you shall ...

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5Min Sermon| 1Peter 1-Part-2 |PBJ

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Withholding Judgment

I frequently breached the subject of judgment. I've often said, 'we need to withhold judgment'. A phase worth contemplation, even with it's frequent use, doesn't mean that it is well understood. What do I mean by such a phrase? Does it mean that we need to keep from being a judge? Yes, but it also means much more. Does it mean to be highly opinionated about every situatio...

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5Min Sermon| 1Peter 1-Part-1 |PBJ

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5Min Sermon| Galatians 4 |PBJ

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Dedication to Christ

R.G. LeTourneau, a successful and famous industrialist once penned, 'A Christian businessman owes as much to God as a preacher does.' No kidding! Isn't this a presupposed reality amongst Christians? Does it really need to be stated? Yes, it does need to be stated. And no, few presuppose that they are to be fully committed to Christ. Many assume full commitment to be the so...

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Known by God

"Formerly, when you did not know God, you were enslaved to those that by nature are not gods. But now that you have come to know God, or rather to be known by God, how can you turn back again to the weak and worthless elementary principles of the world, whose slaves you want to be once more?" (Galatians 4:89, ESV) Followers of Christ mustn't forget, we once were slaves to...

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5Min Sermon| LUKE 6 |PBJ

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Singing In Chains

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"About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God,and the prisoners were listening to them," (Acts 16:25, ESV) I've often shared my astonishment of this passage. Intrigue, conviction, astonishment all flow at the same time when reading the midnight account. While it is not our desire to suffer punishment, it should be our desire to suffer well. Reading...

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5Min Sermon| Psalm 89.14 |PBJ

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