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Exodus: Moses In The Cleft Of The Rock
Are you and I able to look upon God's face-- Why or why not----What about when we're in Heaven - will we be able to look upon God then-- In today's text, we'll consider Moses' request to see God's face. And we'll also consider God's response, and how He safely tucked Moses into the 'cleft in the rock.'--Questions That We'll Answer--A- What did the 'cleft in the rock' typify-- What was it all about---B- Why did God say He would not go with the Israelites in Exodus 33---C- Why was Moses so concerned by this-- Why did they need God's presence----Speaker- Rev. Dr. Toby B. Holt-Church Website- www.fpcgulfport.org
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Exodus: God And The Golden Calf
The 'golden calf' incident is a dark blot in Israelite history.--While coming down the mountain, Moses heard the sound of warfare from below. But he soon found that it wasn't warfare - it was singing and adulation toward an idol. The people had broken God's law. Terribly. Egregiously. And to demonstrate what they'd done, Moses shattered the 10 Commandments before their eyes.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- What were the people thinking-- And why did Aaron help---B- Were the people trying to replace Jehovah altogether---C- What was the immediate punishment that they received--
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Exodus: The Heavenly Tabernacle And Priesthood
Does God care how we worship Him-- --According to Exodus 28, the answer is YES.--In the last fifteen chapters of Exodus, we read about the construction of the Tabernacle. In these chapters, God gave the people some meticulous, specific details for the Tabernacle's components and design. He also gave specific details for the clothing of the priests - including a phrase they were to wear on their foreheads, -HOLINESS TO THE LORD.---Questions That We'll Answer--A- What was the significance of God meeting with His people in the tabernacle---B- In what way did the Tabernacle reflect or anticipate Heaven---C- How are you and I considered -priests- as NT believers--
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Enjoying God Forever (Revelation 22)
Join us for this fascinating sermon, as Rev. Gardner Fish preaches from Revelation 22, Verses 1-5.---And he showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding from the throne of God and of the Lamb. In the middle of its street, and on either side of the river, was the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. And there shall be no more curse, but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it, and His servants shall serve Him. They shall see His face, and His name shall be on their foreheads. There shall be no night there- They need no lamp nor light of the sun, for the Lord God gives them light. And they shall reign forever and ever.-
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Exodus: The Ark Of The Covenant
What was the Ark Of The Covenant----In Exodus 25, God told the Israelites to construct an 'ark,' and to place the ark in the Tabernacle. But what was the purpose of the Ark-- And what was the significance of the 'mercy seat' that was on its top-- These questions will be the focus of today's study.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- What do we know about the ark's construction and origins---B- What was the ark's history as it was moved from place to place---C- And finally, where is the ark today-- Egypt-- Ethiopia-- Where--
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Exodus: The Blood Of The Covenant
The Israelites had seen 'animal sacrifices' before. On many occasions, they'd seen blood on the altar. However, they'd never been sprinkled by that blood -the way that Moses did in Exodus 24-.--Why did Moses do this-- And what was the point of this -blood oath- or covenant that the people had entered into with God-- That will be the focus of today's study.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- Can the blood of animals take away sin-- Why or why not---B- In what way did the animal sacrifices point forward to Jesus---C- What is the weakness of the Old Covenant-- Why do we need a better one----Speaker- Rev. Dr. Toby B. Holt-Church Website- www.fpcgulfport.org
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The Bread Of Life (John 6:30-40)
-And Jesus said to them, -I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst. But I said to you that you have seen Me and yet do not believe. All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will by no means cast out. For I have come down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him who sent Me. This is the will of the Father who sent Me, that of all He has given Me I should lose nothing, but should raise it up at the last day. And this is the will of Him who sent Me, that everyone who sees the Son and believes in Him may have everlasting life- and I will raise him up at the last day.- - John 6-35-40
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Exodus: The Angel Of The Lord
Did you know that Jesus Christ appears throughout the Book of Exodus----From the Red Sea to their arrival in the Promised Land, Jesus Christ makes multiple appearances in this part of the Old Testament. In Exodus 23, we see one of these - an occasion when He is referred to as the -Angel of the Lord.---Questions That We'll Answer--A- What other times does Jesus show up in the Old Testament---B- How can we be sure that it is really Him on these occasions---C- What is the point of His presence in this chapter -and others---
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Exodus: The Ten Commandments (Decalogue)
God's law can teach, it can restrain, and it can disciple. But it cannot save.--That was the problem of the Israelites as they looked at the burning mountain. When they heard the ten commandments, they realized this - as significant as those commandments were, they only condemned, and did not redeem. The fire on the mountain was a reminder that the people still could not approach God, even with the law in hand. So what was their hope-- We'll consider that in our continuing study of the Book of Exodus.
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Exodus: Fire On The Mountain (Mt. Sinai)
-There were thunderings and lightnings, and a thick cloud on the mountain- and the sound of the trumpet was very loud, so that all the people who were in the camp trembled. And Moses brought the people out of the camp to meet with God, and they stood at the foot of the mountain.- - Exodus 19-16-17
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Exodus: Bread From Heaven, Water From Rock
Ordinarily, bread doesn't come from Heaven. Ordinarily, water doesn't come from rocks. But in Exodus 16, they did- God provided for His people using the most unexpected means.--Click to hear Part 7 of our new series on the Book of Exodus.
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Exodus: The Passover Night (The 10th Plague)
Across the course of the first nine plagues, all of Egypt's gods had proven worthless - the God of Israel had brought plagues upon the very things those gods were supposed to protect. And yet, Pharaoh had learned nothing. His heart had only grown harder.--However, the 10th plague would break his spirit and take his son. Following the events of the Passover night, God's people would be set free. And in the implementation of the Passover meal itself, a neon arrow would point forward to the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ.--Click to listen to today's sermon on the -passover- from Exodus 12.
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Exodus: The Ten Plagues Of Egypt
In Week 4 of our new series, we review the 'ten plagues of Egypt.'--Why did God send these plagues-- Why did it take more than one -let alone ten- before Pharaoh let God's people go-- And what was God's reason for 'hardening Pharaoh's heart--' Click to learn more.
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Exodus: Let My People Go!
In Exodus 5, God was not messing around. He was clear in His decree to Pharaoh - -let My people go.---However, Pharaoh resisted. He ignored God's messenger -Moses- and he rejected God's demand. In fact, He began to oppress the people even worse. This was not going to end well for Pharaoh-
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Exodus: The Burning Bush
In Exodus 3, God met Moses in the form of a 'burning bush.'--What are we to make of this theophany-- And what did God tell Moses at this time-- In this week's sermon, we consider the great -I AM- statement and the commission that God gave to Moses to rescue His people from bondage.
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Exodus: God, Moses And Pharaoh
This is Week 1 in our new 10 Week series on Exodus.--Join us as we learn about the birth of Moses, the death of the Israelite children, and the hope for future deliverance -from the evil hands of Pharaoh-.
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Running The Race (Hebrews 12)
In this excellent sermon from Hebrews 12, Rev. Gardner Fish talks about what it means to -run the race- of faith.---Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.- - Hebrews 12-1-2
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Into The Darkness Has Come A Great Light
THE DARKNESS hates THE LIGHT.--Why is this so-- Well, consider what light does - it reveals and exposes. It chases shadows. It brings -sometimes unwanted- clarity. With that in mind, when Jesus came as the 'light of the world,' the world responded by killing Him. Click to learn why in this study of Matthew 4.
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The Promised Messiah
-For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given- and the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of His government and peace there will be no end, upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, to order it and establish it with judgment and justice from that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this.- - Isaiah 9-6-7--Click to hear our Assistant Pastor, Rev. Gardner Fish, preach on this fascinating Old Testament text.
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New Year: Strength And Sanctification In 2023
2023 is here. Last year is gone. Act accordingly.--In Philippians 3, the Apostle Paul said that he was going to forget the past, and push forward to what lay ahead. Paul saw life as a 'race,' one that he was committed to running well. What about you-- What is your objective for the new year-- And how will you reach it-- In this sermon, we will consider Paul's exhortation to the church in Philippi - that they grow stronger and more sanctified in the time to come.---I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.- - Philippians 3-14
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Salvation: By Grace Or By Works
What is the basis of our salvation, what we believe or what we do-- Is salvation a function of our faith or of our works-- Join us as our Asst. Pastor, Rev. Gardner Fish, preaches on this text from Galatians 3.
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Ezekiel: The Future Temple Of God (Week 10)
What was the 'temple' that Ezekiel described in Chapters 40-48 of his book----Was this SOME FUTURE TEMPLE that will be built in Jerusalem-- Or was it symbolic of something else entirely-- Click to learn more.
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Ezekiel: The Valley Of Dry Bones (Week 9)
What was the -VALLEY OF DRY BONES- in Ezekiel 37----For that matter, whose bones were they, and what do these brittle objects represent-- In Week 9 of our 10 week series on Ezekiel, we will answer these questions and more.
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Ezekiel: Hearts Of Stone, Hearts Of Flesh (Week 8)
Which is harder, creating NEW LIFE, or regenerating a DEAD HEART----The hearts of Ezekiel's contemporaries were stony. They were dead in their sins and trespasses. They were spiritually flat-lining. So what did they need-- The same thing we all need - regeneration. Click to learn more.
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Ezekiel: The City Of Tyre And The Serpent (Week 7)
Pride comes before the fall. It was true of the CITY OF TYRE, and it was true of THE DEVIL as well.--In today's study of Ezekiel 26-28, we see the destruction of the island kingdom of Tyre. We also see a unique reference to the fall of the devil. Both were guilty of similar sins- Click to learn more.
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Ezekiel: False Prophets And Dead Prophets (Week 6)
History is filled with false prophets, false teachers, wicked Pharisees, and all manner of religious charlatans. Why would the modern church be any different-- Spoiler alert- it's not.--Click to learn about God's judgment on false teachers from Ezekiel 13.
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Ezekiel: God's Glory Departs The Temple (Week 5)
In Ezekiel 10, God's glory LEFT THE BUILDING. Destruction followed.--Why did this happen-- Well, the people had turned their back on God, and turned toward idols. They had defiled His house. And so, Ezekiel had a vision of God's glory leaving the temple. But would He ever return--
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Ezekiel: Then You Will Know I Am The Lord (Week 4)
When the TRAIN is coming, get off the TRACKS.--In Ezekiel's day, the Israelites were standing on the train tracks of God's wrath, and were about to get run over. But why-- What had they done-- Click for Week 4 of our series.
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Ezekiel: The Watchman Of God (Week 3)
What does it mean to be A WATCHMAN----Ezekiel was called to be a 'watchman' over God's people, and that involved two things- identifying spiritual danger, and warning the people. Are there any watchmen in our day-- Click to listen.
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Ezekiel: The Prophet And The Scroll (Week 2)
Ezekiel was sent to TELL PEOPLE things that they DIDN'T WANT TO HEAR.----In Week 2 of our study, we consider Ezekiel's call to be a prophet. Israel had a long history of rejecting -and even killing- its prophets. So how would this young man respond-- What would he say-- Click to find out.
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Ezekiel's Vision: A Chariot Of Fire (Week 1)
In Ezekiel 1, the prophet had a vision.----In this vision, he saw a fiery whirlwind approach, and within the whirlwind was a CHARIOT OF FIRE - carried by angels, who flew amidst the chariot's fiery wheels. What was this vision all about-- Click to learn more.
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Stand Up And Speak Out (A Call To Courage)
The Gospel is NOT toothless. The Gospel is NOT weak.----In Scripture, we see that the Gospel is the -power of God- unto salvation. We should treat it that way - as a lion to be let out, not as something to hide, package or subjugate. Just preach it-
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Church Life: Do Christians Really Need The Church
For a Christian, is church OPTIONAL------In other words, do you really NEED the church-- Why or why not------Spoiler alert- you do need the church. According to Scripture, the church is not optional, but essential. Click to learn why.
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Job: The Restoration Of A Righteous Man (Week 5)
Your suffering is NOT forever. There are BETTER DAYS ahead. How do we know-- Well consider God's servant, Job. Yes, Job cried a lot of tears. Yes, Job hurt. But in time, all those tears and pains were wiped away.----Join us for the final encouraging chapter in our short study of Job.
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Job: God's Response To Job's Questions (Week 4)
Job was HURTING and CONFUSED. He asked God a lot of questions - and that was OK. But what's NOT OK is questioning God's wisdom, as if God is doing the wrong thing.----Well, in Job 28, God responded to Job. Click to learn more.
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Job: With Friends Like These... (Week 3)
Friends should COMFORT us, right-- Friends should ENCOURAGE us- But what happens when our friends accuse us or make us feel worse------In Job 3, that's just what Job's friends did. They made him feel worse. Join us for this sermon as we consider Job's response.
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Job: When You Don't Understand Why (Week 2)
WHY did something terrible happen to you-- WHY are you hurting-- WHY is life going the way it is going, if a GOOD GOD is in charge------These are timeless questions - in fact, they were the very questions asked by Job centuries ago. But are there answers-- Click to be encouraged.
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Job: The Lord Gives, The Lord Takes Away (Week 1)
Job was GOOD. Job was RIGHTEOUS. And yet, Job suffered HORRIBLY.----What is the Book of Job all about-- Why did God permit this godly man to go through so many trials-- And what does this mean for us-- Click to learn more in this intro to our new series.
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How Long O Lord: The Cry Of God's People
HOW LONG, O LORD-- That was the cry of the prophets. That was the cry of the apostles. That was the cry of the martyrs. How long------When we see injustice or suffering, it offends our sense of right and wrong. And so we wonder WHEN IT WILL END. Click to learn more.
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The Omnipresence (Presence) Of God
God is ALWAYS THERE. There is NO PLACE YOU CAN GO where God is not present. That's part of the job description of being God - His jurisdiction has no bounds.----Join us for Week 3 of a three week series on God's attributes of omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence.
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The Omniscience (Knowledge) Of God
God is ALL KNOWING. He knows EVERYTHING. God knows everything that is, and everything that could be. He does not learn new information successively - He knows it all simultaneously.----Join us for Week 2 of a three week series on God's attributes.
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The Omnipotence (Power) Of God
God is ALL POWERFUL. That means NO ONE OUTRANKS HIM. No one can frustrate His purposes. Not me, not you, and not the kings or corporations of this age.----Join us for Week 1 of a new three week series on God's attributes of omnipotence, omniscience, and omnipresence.
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Growing Up: It's Time To Take Your Faith Seriously
YOUTH is fleeting, but IMMATURITY can last forever.----If you're still swimming in the shallows of the Christian faith, it is time to dive deeper. It is time to take ownership of what you believe and act accordingly. Click to learn more.
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Worship: How Does Your Church Worship God
HOW WE WORSHIP MATTERS.----God cares about worship. He's told us how to do it. He's given us instructions. And so it's silly -and dangerous- to approach Him on our terms with our methods.
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Signs And Wonders: Have You Asked God For A Sign
Have you ever asked God for a -sign-------Sometimes life gets cloudy, and we want God to show us a sign. Perhaps we want Him to demonstrate His presence -or His plan- to us. How does God respond-- Click to learn more from Matthew 12.
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Tomorrow: Making Plans For The Future
What does the Bible say about making plans for the future------In the book of James, we see that it's OK to make plans for tomorrow - but not to be presumptuous. Not to be arrogant. Planning and praying should go hand in hand. Click to learn more.
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The Scandal At Supper: Christ And The Pharisees
-Why does your teacher eat with tax-collectors and sinners-------What Jesus was doing was scandalous. It disrupted the status quo. It threatened society. And yet, it was good-----Click above to hear this encouraging sermon from Matthew 9.
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Today You Will Be With Me In Paradise (The Cross)
Jesus was crucified between two thieves. And at first, both mocked Him. Then one stopped mocking.-----Lord, remember me when you come into your kingdom,- this thief said. And Christ's response was, -truly, this day, you will be with Me in paradise.- Click to learn more.
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Jesus: Ministry To Doubters And Disciples
The man DID NOT believe. In his mind, there was NO WAY that Jesus of Nazareth was the Messiah.----That was until he met Jesus. And at that moment, Jesus convinced this skeptic that He was indeed the Messiah - the very Son of God.
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The Temptation Of Jesus In The Wilderness
Does the devil think that he can win----In Luke 4, Jesus is led out into the wilderness, where He was tempted for forty days by the devil. What did the devil think he was going to accomplish-- And what was the Father's purpose in allowing His Son to undergo this----Click to hear this sermon from Luke 4.
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The Baptism Of Jesus: Why Was He Baptized?
If baptism is for SINNERS, then why was JESUS baptized------Even John the Baptist didn't understand this one. John told Jesus that he needed to be baptized by Him, not the other way around. So why did Jesus do it-- In this recording, we learn the answer.
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Jonah: You Can Run, But You Cannot Hide (Ch. 1)
You can RUN from God. But you can't HIDE from God.----Has God every placed a call on your life that you've run away from-- Has God ever called you - and instead of responding to His call, you ran-- That's what the prophet Jonah did. Click to learn more.
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Jonah: Alone In The Dark (Ch. 2)
Alone. Scared. Anxious. Is that you-- Have you felt that way------No one has ever felt as alone as Jonah - sitting by himself in the belly of the beast. But the prophet wasn't really alone, and this wasn't the end of the line. Click to listen and be encouraged.
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Jonah: The Most Effective Sermon Preached (Ch. 3)
One sermon. Eight words. Over a hundred thousand people repented.----There's no other sermon like this. There's no sermon ever preached that had as wide-spread a response among those that it was originally preached to. Click to learn more from our series on Jonah.
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Jonah: Is It Ever Right To Be Angry At God (Ch. 4)
Have you ever been angry with God------In Jonah 4, the prophet was angry at God. He couldn't believe what God had done. It didn't seem good or fair. And he insisted that his own anger was right and appropriate- Click to hear God's response.
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Ruth: Hope On The Horizon (Chapter 4)
At one point, Ruth and Naomi were down. They were BROKEN, HURTING, and DESPERATE. But in God's time, He picked them up - the last chapter of their story was far better than the first-----Click to hear this encouraging word from Ruth 4.
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Ruth: A New Start, And A New Hope (Chapter 1)
Today may be terrible. But that doesn't mean that tomorrow will be.----In Chapter 1 of Ruth, things couldn't have been worse for Ruth and Naomi. Death in the desert awaited. But God had a better plan. Click to learn more.
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A New Year And An Old Promise (Psalm 103)
What makes you HAPPY------If you're only happy when your circumstances are great, then prepare to be unhappy a lot. But what if your happiness is vested in something else-- Something transcendent-- Click to learn more.
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The Poor, The Broken, And The Down And Out
It is easy to become JADED toward the need of others. It is also WRONG.----From one end of Scripture to the other, God's love for the poor, broken and hurting is on display. As Christians, we should reflect that love. In this sermon we discuss how.
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O Little Town Of Bethlehem (Micah's Prophecy)
The prophets spoke. The people didn't listen.----For centuries, the people had ignored the prophets. But the prophets were consistently right. And Micah was definitely right about this - a KING was coming, to be born in BETHLEHEM.
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How Majestic Is Your Name, O Lord
The Jews stopped saying God's name in the 5th century BC. Why------There are a lot of reasons for this. Among them was that God's name is holy and not to be taken lightly. So how do we approach His name now-- Click to learn more about the -name- of God.
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Ten Lepers: One Came Back, The Others Did Not
Ten men stood on the edge of town. They were broken. They were desperate. And then the most amazing thing happened - their greatest desires were fulfilled. It was incredible. It was a MIRACLE.----But what happened next-- How did they respond-- Click to learn more.
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Tear Down Your High Places (Sanctification)
You're making progress. Good. But there is some issue in your life that you haven't addressed - some issue that you have been unwilling to deal with. Some sin that you're letting hang on.----In Judah, there were a number of good kings. But even the good kings did not take down the -high places- of idolatry. They kept them up. And God held that decision against them. They went so far in their reforms, but they did not go all the way. Click to learn more in this sermon from 2 Kings.
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Consider The Source: Who Are You Listening To?
Everyone is someone's disciple. Someone is teaching you. Someone is attempting to remake you in their image. The question is- who------As a Christian, you need to consider the sources that are instructing you and your children -from church to the media to schooling-. Not everyone can be right about the big questions in life, and some sources are outright wrong and depraved. Click to listen to this relevant sermon from Colossians 2.
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The Reformation: I Am Not Ashamed Of The Gospel
Don't do it. Don't water down the Gospel. Don't pander to sinners. Don't appease goats and starve sheep. Tell people the truth.----In Romans 1, the Apostle Paul said -I am not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ.- We shouldn't be either. Click to listen to this convicting sermon from Dr. Holt, preached on Reformation Sunday.
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Remember Your History (The Future Depends On It)
Those who forget their history are doomed to repeat it. If a church or an individual repeats silly, stupid or sinful decisions of the past, then they are like a dog that returns to its own vomit - and they pay the price.----Click to listen to this timely sermon from Psalm 78.
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Depressed? Remember, You Matter To God!
Are you depressed-- Are you beaten down-- Do you wonder where God is in the middle of your hurts-- Then here's some encouragement- God is near, and He cares.----In Psalm 139, we see that although we travel through some dark valleys, we're never alone. God is with us. Click for more.
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The Renewal Of The Futile Mind (Romans 12)
The human mind is capable of great things- It is better than any computer- impressive in its ways. However, it is also riddled by sin. It forgets. It is selective in what it believes. It desperately needs to be -renewed.-----Click to listen to this sermon from Romans 12.
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The Stoning Of Stephen
Stephen told people the truth. And they killed him for it.----The story of Stephen -in Acts 7- is typical in Scripture - a faithful man tells people the truth, and they respond by killing him. But why-- Why this ferocity-- Why this anger-- Click to learn more.
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Pandemics & Hurricanes: The Groaning Of Creation
Pandemics, hurricanes, earthquakes - these things SCREAM at us that the world is BROKEN. But why is that-- And if it's broken, how did it happen, and when will it be fixed------Click for this encouraging sermon from Romans 8.
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The Thoughts That You Think (Phillippians, Ch. 4)
What do you tend to think about-- Do you think good thoughts, or bad ones-- Do you focus on good things, or bad things------The focus of your thoughts will direct your future. That is the Apostle Paul's warning in today's text in Philippians 4.
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Stand Fast In The Lord (Philippians, Ch. 4)
Will you stand tall if you face opposition-- Standing is easy when there are no forces acting against you. It is harder when you are being pushed or pulled contrary to your will.----Click to listen to Week 8 in our study of Philippians.
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Citizens Of Heaven (Philippians, Ch. 3)
This world is NOT your home. You may think it is - but in the larger scheme of things, it is absolutely not. It is a short stay. It is a temporary pit-stop on an eternal highway.----Click to listen to this reminder that the Christian's -citizenship- is in Heaven.
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Your Past, Present, & Future (Philippians, Ch. 3)
Your future IS better than your past. There IS hope on the horizon. That's the message of the Apostle Paul in Philippians 3, when he talks about -pressing on- toward an encouraging future - no matter how bad your past has been.----Click to listen to our latest study in the Book of Philippians.
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Work Out Your Salvation (Philippians, Ch. 2)
-Work out your salvation with fear and trembling.- What did Paul mean in this statement-- What kind of -work- was he talking about, and why is it done -with fear-------Click to learn more in Week 4 of our study on the Book of Philippians.
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Every Knee Shall Bow (Philippians, Ch. 2)
Jesus can relate to what you're going through. Philippians 2 says that He took on our nature and likeness, and experienced our hurts and pains. We refer to this as the -humility- or -condescension- of Christ.----However, Philippians not only says that Jesus was humbled, it also says that He was exalted. Click to learn more in Week 3 of our study.
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To Live Is Christ, To Die Is Gain (Philippians, Ch. 1)
What is your purpose in life-- Do you even know-- If you have a Creator, does He have a say in what you're supposed to be doing------The Apostle Paul certainly believed this. To him, -to live is Christ, and to die is gain.- Click to learn more in Week 2 of our new series on Philippians.
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Greetings From Prison: Introduction To Philippians
Paul was in prison. His situation was terrible. Death awaited. And yet, it was here that Paul wrote the most joyous letter in all of the Bible. How can this be------Join us for the first week in our study on the Book of Philippians.
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Our God Is A Consuming Fire (Hebrews 12:29)
Our God is a consuming fire - and left to our own devices, we would melt before His gaze. So how will we survive on the day to come------You see, the world has got God all wrong. They've denigrated His holiness to accommodate their sinfulness. And this is dangerous. Click to learn why in this study of Heb. 12.
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Finding Forgiveness: The Baggage Of Our Guilt
Is your conscience bothering you-- Do you feel guilty over something you've done - perhaps something that nobody else knows------Sometimes our guilt weights us down - even affecting our health. But remember, there is forgiveness. Absolutely. There is forgiveness for you and for whatever it is you've done. Click to be encouraged in this study of Psalm 32.
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Is Jesus REALLY The Only Way To Salvation
Is Jesus the ONLY way-- Why or why not------There are a lot of religions - can Heaven be attained by all of them-- Can well meaning people of any faith be saved, as long as they are sincere in their beliefs-- And can these questions be answered in an intellectually honest, theologically consistent way-- Click to learn more.
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"Born Again" - What Does This Term Actually Mean?
What does it mean to be -born again--- Is this a real thing-- Does something really happen to us when we come to Christ, or is this just a way of referring to our decision to follow Him------Click to learn about the doctrine of regeneration in this sermon from John 3.
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The Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)
-The Lord is my shepherd- I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures- He leads me beside the still waters. He restores my soul- He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil- for You are with me.- Psalm 23
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Jesus Wept As Destruction Drew Near (Luke 19)
Jerusalem was going down. The walls would be destroyed. The temple would burn. And the reason this was coming was because the people -did not know the hour of their visitation.-----Click to learn why Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem, and what implications this might have for the future.
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The World And The Devil That Dwells Within It
The devil is real. And the whole world is under his sway. That was the Apostle John's exact warning in 1 John 5.----With that said, what does the devil's -reality- mean for you-- And presuming that he attacks believers and the church, how does he go about it-- Click to listen to our latest study.
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Galatians Summary: The Cross (Galatians, Wk. 10)
A man 'reaps' what he 'sows.' As Paul wrapped up his letter to the Galatians, this was his emphasis. The things that you do and the things that you say will produce some sort of harvest - the question is, what kind will it be-- Are you sowing good seeds, or are you sowing the spiritual equivalent of -gummy bears- that won't last the test of time----Click to listen to this final sermon in our series on Galatians.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- In this last chapter of Galatians, how does Paul conclude his letter---B- What does it mean to 'sow' to either the flesh or the Spirit---C- What did the cross mean to Paul-- What does it mean to you and I----Speaker- Rev. Dr. Toby B. Holt-Church Website- www.fpcgulfport.org
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The Fruit Of The Spirit (Galatians, Wk. 9)
What is the 'fruit' of the Spirit----In Galatians 5, the Paul talks about two different kinds of fruit - good and bad. As Christians, what kind of fruit are we supposed to produce-- We are to produce good fruit- We are to cultivate good and healthy behaviors that reflect our Savior. But this requires some intentionality on our part, doesn't it-- It doesn't happen by accident.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- What 'fruits' does Paul list in Galatians 5---B- Why do some of us have an appetite for destruction---C- Can we judge one another by our fruits-- If so, how and why----Speaker- Rev. Dr. Toby B. Holt-Church Website- www.fpcgulfport.org
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Isaac And Ishmael: An Allegory (Galatians, Wk. 8)
Abraham had two sons. These sons had different mothers, and a very different future.--In this eye-opening episode, we consider the story of Abraham's two sons, Isaac and Ishmael, and their connection to the theological argument of 'works' and 'faith.' We'll see how Paul refers to these biblical figures in Galatians 4 to challenge the Judaizers about their reliance on works for salvation.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- What role does our works have in our salvation -if any----B- Why does Paul refer to Abraham's sons to make his case---C- Why did the Galatian church need to hear this particular message--
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God Is Your Father: Adoption (Galatians, Wk. 7)
Is God your father-- Does He love you like a father loves a child, and pursue what is best for you-- Or are you outside of His family----In the Bible, there is a doctrine called the -doctrine of adoption,- and it is one of the most encouraging teachings in the entire book. Click to learn more in our study of Galatians 4.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- What does it mean to have God for a father---B- Will God ever cast His children from His sight---C- What about when you sin-- What is your Father's response--
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The Purpose Of God's Laws (Galatians, Wk. 6)
What's the purpose of God's laws-- And how did He come up with these laws - especially the ones that we don't like or don't understand----In Galatians 3, the Apostle Paul explains the purpose of God's laws -and tells us why they are a good and necessary thing-. He reminds us that these laws A- teach us, B- they restrain our sinfulness, and C- they conform us in Christ's image. We'll consider these things and more in today's study.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- Can salvation come through -lawkeeping----B- In what way was the OT law a -tutor- -as Paul says in Verse 24----C- Do we still need to keep the civil and ceremonial laws of the OT--
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Who Has Bewitched You (Galatians, Wk. 5)
In Galatians 3, the Apostle Paul had a question for the Galatians - he wanted to know who had 'bewitched' them. In other words, Paul wanted to know who had misled them into turning from a gospel of 'faith' to a gospel of 'works.' --You can't save yourself by keeping the law - and that's because a million cases of obedience cannot offset a single sin. And as Paul suggests throughout Galatians, any 'gospel' that is predicated on works is no gospel at all.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- Why did Paul use the word -bewitched- in Chapter 3---B- What is the reason that a gospel of works is so dangerous---C- What are the implications for churches that preach works now--
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Peter & Paul: Crisis In The Church (Galatians, Wk. 4)
Paul was angry with Peter - he rebuked him to his face. But do you remember why------The reason that Paul rebuked Peter is extraordinarily significant. Click to learn more about this crisis in the early church, in this sermon from Galatians 2.
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Amazing Grace: Gospel To Gentiles (Galatians, Wk. 3)
Israel and the Gentile nations had been fighting for a very long time.--As you may recall, Gentile nations -like Rome- had oppressed the Israelites for centuries. There was bad blood there. And yet, in God's time, these same Gentiles were to be engrafted into His holy family. This was AMAZING GRACE- But it wouldn't come easy. Click to listen to Week 3 of our series in Galatians.--Questions That We'll Answer--A- Did God's plan of salvation always include the Gentiles---B- Who were the 'Judaizers--' Why did they antagonize Paul---C- Why did Paul say that -in Christ- there is neither Jew or Greek----Speaker- Rev. Dr. Toby B. Holt-Church Website- www.fpcgulfport.org
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The Preparation Of Paul (Galatians, Week 2)
Don't like the message-- Attack the messenger.----When our predecessors didn't like the Biblical message, they attacked the messenger. Prophets, apostles, even Christ himself - all died because of what they had to say. Join us for Week 2 of our study in Galatians.
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Introduction To Galatians (Galatians, Week 1)
What is the Book of Galatians all about------The Book of Galatians was an epistle written by the Apostle Paul that contains some of the strongest and most critical statements in all of Scripture. Click to learn why Galatians is so important -and so relevant- in our own day.
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Understanding The Two Trees In The Garden
In the center of the Garden of Eden, there were two trees.----Now, we usually think of the tree that prompted man's fall - the tree of -good and evil.- But there was another tree nearby, which Scripture calls the -Tree of Life.- Click to learn more.
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The Falling Away (Signs Of The End Times)
Are we in the -end times--- Are we in the -last days-------The Apostle Paul said that the end times would be marked by a great falling away within the visible church, and with the arrival of the -man of sin.- Click to learn more in this study of 2 Thessalonians 2.
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The Arrows In The Devil's Quiver (Aimed At You)
When the Devil comes for you or your children, it won't be the serpent's fangs that you should fear - but his words.----Click to listen to this timely sermon from Colossians 2.
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The Wise Men And The Christmas Star
There is a villain in the Christmas story - a villain named Herod. Who was this man Herod, and what did he do that was so bad-- Also, what was the Christmas Star and who were the Wise Men------Click to listen to this timely sermon from Luke 2.
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The King Of Christmas (December 2020)
At Christmas, even a secular world finds -baby Jesus- appealing. Jesus as a child, or a teacher, or even as a healer, does not cause the world grief. But Jesus as King-- Or Jesus the divine-- Well, that's a different story.----Click to hear this sermon from Luke 2.
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