Posts Tagged "Freedom"

Free of God, or Free in Christ?

Posted by on Jul 1, 2017 in Signboard | 0 comments

Free of God, or Free in Christ?

The signboard message said “Freedom in Christ.”  But don’t many people prefer their own notion of freedom; a freedom apart from Christ?  A freedom FROM God?  Some may not understand the freedom that God offers, and instead they might prefer to have freedom to ignore God.  They might be more apt to ask the following and choose the second option:     FREEDOM IN CHRIST                   OR FREEDOM FROM CHRIST?   The “God Questions” Every human being eventually...

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Dependence Upon God (7/5/15)

Posted by on Jul 9, 2015 in Sermons | 0 comments

Dependence Upon God (7/5/15)

On July 4, we celebrated the independence of our country from England.  But on July 5, Pastor Jim led us into a celebration of our DEPENDENCE on God.  Our nation’s roots are founded on God, and we need to keep praying for all of our leaders. Click the below “play” button to start the recording, then scroll down to follow along…     Our scripture was from 1 Timothy 2:1-7.  Pastor Jim read from The Living Bible translation (paraphrase)… 1 Timothy 2:1-7 1 I...

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Declarations of Independence (7/4/14)

Posted by on Jun 28, 2014 in Signboard | 0 comments

Declarations of Independence (7/4/14)

As  we prepare to celebrate the 4th of July holiday, we express our thanks for the freedoms we are blessed with in this country.  But God gives us more than civil freedoms.  We’re surrounded by God’s grace and freedoms that are expressed in a variety of ways. Here are a few expressions of freedom…   The US Declaration of Independence.  The 4th of July holiday celebrates the reading of the Declaration of Independence.  Click below to open up the entire text of the...

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Freedom isn’t Free!

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Godprints, Signboard | 0 comments

Freedom isn’t Free!

EXERCISE YOUR FREEDOM OF RELIGION …THIS SUNDAY!   Whenever a pastor’s family celebrates a wedding or a baptism, the congregation naturally asks the pastor if he is going to officiate or if he is going to defer to another pastor. A pastor announced that he was planning to travel to China to attend his son’s wedding. A parishioner asked the inevitable question… “are you going to officiate at your son’s wedding?” The question may not have been out of...

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