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August 2018

Worship and Wisdom (Psalm 116)

Come to Jesus

Come to Jesus

These last two nights we have immersed ourselves in the love of Jesus Christ. We have seen how He welcomes to himself the children and the criminal, the helpless, needy and hurting. Those who come to Him are received no matter who they are or where they are from when they come to Him with trusting faith. How does one come to Jesus?

  1. Jesus welcomes helpless children. Luke 18:15-17; Rom. 4:4-8; Matt. 5:2


July 2018

Worship and Wisdom (Ecclesiastes 5)

Worship and Wisdom: Ecclesiastes 5:1-7

The Bible instructs us in many ways as to the way we are to approach God in worship. Currently, many believe they can approach God in any manner they choose. Our scripture today teaches us the expectations God has as we approach him in worship.

  1. Guard your steps. Ecc. 5:1-2, Matt. 18:20; Ex. 3:5-6; Jos. 5:15; Ps. 89



Worship and Wisdom (Psalm 34)

Worship & Wisdom- Psalm 34

1 Samuel 21:10-22:2

The Lord inspired David to write this psalm when he was on the run and in trouble from King Saul. He has been anointed King of Israel, but at the time was a man without a country. He had fled to the land of the Philistines by feigning insanity. Out of this deep place of shame, uncertainty and fear he wrote the central text of today’s sermon.

  1. Commitmen

Wisdom and Worship (Proverbs 3:1-10)

Worship and Wisdom (Proverbs 3:1-10)

Our primary text today contains instructions on living a wise life. Many Christians have memorized at least a portion of Proverbs 3:1-10 because of its foundational teachings. The Christian way of life is supposed to be a very straightforward way of life. And that’s the kind of teaching we get in this passage of scripture. Straight forward instruction on how to please God with our lives.


  1. The blessings of keeping God’s commands. P