Friday, October 18, 2019
In 1 Corinthians 12, we take a look at the Christian's role within their local church: 1. You really do have an important place in the body. 2. Diversity in the body is good. 3. You need all the other body parts. 4. All the other body parts need you. 5. The body parts must all be united, functioning as one organism. 6. It's a problem for everyone when certain body parts aren't functioning. 7. The way you discover your unique gifting and role in the body is by loving these people. Audio only: https://ift.tt/2BpDnOH
In this sermon, we look into the Old Testament and see that most of the good leaders start out well but finish badly, suffering moral failures later in their lives. Their sins all seem to fall into four problem areas: 1. Pride. 2. Choosing personal comfort (over personal sacrifice). 3. Putting family relationships first. 4. Friendship with the world. Knowing about their failures should help us avoid the same outcomes and cause us to appreciate the moral perfection of Christ in the Gospel. Audio only: https://ift.tt/31wRtIt
Thursday, October 17, 2019
This Sunday, October 20, we'll be having our usual 10:00am worship meeting and fellowship meal at the Charity Baptist Church building, 1401 Ballenger Place, Columbia MO 65202. It's just off of Clark Lane, about 1.5 miles east of Home Depot. We'll resume meeting at our usual location the following week.
Sunday, October 6, 2019
Because most Redeeming Grace Church members will be participating in the Fall Fellowship Camp, October 10-13, the worship service on Sunday the 13th will be held at the chapel of the Turkey Hill Ranch Campground near Freeburg, MO at 10:00am, with lunch served afterwards. Anyone is welcome to join the meeting at the Campground. Our regular weekly schedule will resume, Lord willing, after the Camp.
Monday, September 9, 2019
In this sermon, we take a look at the conversion of King Manessah, one of the greatest Bible stories that not many know about. Lessons from this remarkable story: 1. God is amazingly patient with sinners. 2. God can use a personal crisis for someone's salvation. 3. God hears humble, repentant prayer from anybody. 4. God's grace is scandalously unfair. 5. True repentance results in good fruit. 6. True repentance will not undo all the earthly consequences of sin Audio only: https://ift.tt/2LHaCBA
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
In this sermon, we continue to look at divine healing in the Bible and try to answer six questions: 1) What is the object of our faith when we pray for someone's healing? 2) Does your faith have to be perfect in order to receive healing? 3) Is it always God's will to heal every physical problem in this life? 4) Is there a conflict between praying for divine healing and using medical means? 5) Why is there less supernatural healing in first world countries? 6) Why is it that God sometimes does not heal the people we pray for? Audio only: https://ift.tt/2MJrpHo