Question: Praise the Lord. I’m Hindu, but I accepted Jesus as my God and Savior. In my family, all are unbelievers. My brother and I were baptized. I praise God for His grace upon us. My family forces us to bow before Hindu idols. It hurts a lot. When the world rejected me, Jesus loved…

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by Jeff Hamilton Text: Hebrews 10:19-21   I.         When we talk of worshiping God, one aspect of that worship is our gathering together             A.        Psalm 122:1 – Is this your attitude, or do you feel dragged here?             B.        Zechariah 8:21 – Are you inviting others to join you?             C.        Isaiah 2:3 – Do you want others to learn?             D.        To…

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Question: What is the difference between Islam and Christianity? If Jesus is God, what about the prophet Moses (Torah), or the prophet David (Injil)? The holy book Torah had been given to the prophet Moses and the holy book Injil had been given to the prophet David. Likewise, the holy book had been given to…

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Text: Psalm 2   I.         Paul makes an interesting statement – II Timothy 2:11-12             A.        We often talk about being with Christ after our death, but Paul talks about our reigning with Christ.             B.        He’s not the only one to make this point. John also mentions it – Revelation 3:21             C.        It is a reign that will last through…

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Question: I still have some things troubling my mind. I always wanted to try my best and enjoy life as much as I can, obviously with God. But lately, in church and from reading the Bible, some things really confuse me. For example like how Jesus told us that if we wanted to be perfect…

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Question: I don’t remember the circumstances why I stumbled upon your web page. Upon reading the focus statement on your home page, I decided I would pass something by you for your consumption. It is rather refreshing for a congregation to unabashedly profess that the true nature of Christ’s Body and its purpose is to evangelize.…

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Question: Are those who are now under the new covenant, Christians, considered to be Israelites now? Are we the part of the nation of Israel? Figuratively speaking, of course. Answer: Christians are not physically Israelites, but we are the spiritual equivalent. “For he is not a Jew who is one outwardly, nor is circumcision that…

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