Learning to Wait

Wait upon the Lord is a familiar phrase of Scripture. Likewise, it can be a frustrating phrase to humans. We are prone to trust our plans and our power and forget to live in expectant hope of God’s plans and power. Learning to wait upon the Lord is key to relating to Him properly.

Isaiah 30:15-18

Father Abraham Had Many Sons

The life of Abraham was marked by faithfulness and trust in the promises of God, which was “imputed to him as righteousness.”  In the gospel, the righteousness of Christ is imputed to those whose lives are marked by faithfulness.  Salvation is not found in stellar law-keeping, but rests in simple Abrahamic faith in, and obedience to, the promise of God to raise up all who believe and to give them an eternal inheritance.

The Shield of Faith

The enemy attacks in many different ways. One deadly way is with his flaming arrows. These come out of nowhere, unexpected, and cause serious harm to our position in Christ. We must have and use our shield of faith to be fully protected against these dangerous weapons.

AM Sermon: Anthony Rex (Ephesians 6:10-16)

The Who of Faith

AM Sermon – Anthony Rex (Luke 18:1-8)

Courageous Faith: Part 2

AM Sermon – Matt Thomas

The Need For Faith: The Consequences of Unbelief

Bible Class – Dr. Nobie Stone

Faith In The Book Of Daniel

AM Sermon – Matt Thomas

A Life of Faith

AM Sermon – Matt Thomas