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Scripture at Sunrise 10.19.2017

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“Though He slay me, I will hope in Him; yet I will argue my ways to His face.” -Job 13:15
A faith which can say, in the direst trouble, “Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him,” is heaven-born faith.  -C.H. Spurgeon via Twitter

Scripture at Sunrise 10.18.2017

“I am speaking the truth in Christ–I am not lying; my conscience bears me witness in the Holy Spirit–that I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. For I could wish that I myself were accursed and cut off from Christ for the sake of my brothers, my kinsmen according to the flesh.” -Romans 9:1-3

When was the last time you wept over someone who is lost? –excerpts from Steve Wainright’s Sunday Morning Sermon on Romans 9:1-3

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Recent Sermon Audio

Sunday Morning 10/8 – Romans 8:38-39
Confident, Certain, Sure
Sunday Evening 10/8 – John 7:32-36
Seek Him While He May Be Found
Wednesday Evening 10/4 – 2 Kings 4:42-44
Elisha Feeds 100

Scripture at Sunrise 10.17.2017

“He that feareth the commandment shall be rewarded.” -Proverbs 13:13

Holy awe of God’s Word is at a great discount. Men think themselves wiser than the Word of the Lord and sit in judgment upon it. “So did not I, because of the fear of God.” We accept the inspired Book as infallible and prove our esteem by our obedience. We have no terror of the Word, but we have a filial awe of it. We are not in fear of its penalties because we have a fear of its commands.

This holy fear of the commandment produces the restfulness of humility, which is far sweeter than the recklessness of pride. It becomes a guide to us in our movements: a drag when we are going downhill and a stimulus when we are climbing it. Preserved from evil and led into righteousness by our reverence of the command, we gain a quiet conscience, which is a well of wine; a sense of freedom from responsibility, which is as life from the dead; and a confidence of pleasing God, which is heaven below. The ungodly may ridicule our deep reverence for the Word of the Lord; but what of that? The prize of our high calling is a sufficient consolation for us. The rewards of obedience make us scorn the scorning of the scorner.

[from Faith’s Checkbook by Charles H. Spurgeon]

Scripture at Sunrise 10.16.2017

“On the last day of the feast, the great day, Jesus stood up and cried out, ‘If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink.'” -John 7:37

Jesus invites us to come to Him–the source and solution, the well and the water–for our thirst. No matter your story, Christ is able to quench your soul-thirst. -excerpts from Anthony Vance’s Sunday Evening Sermon

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This Week’s SERMON AUDIO
Sunday Morning 10/15 – Romans 9
A Heart for the Lost
Sunday Evening 10/15 – John 7:37-39
The Invitation
Wednesday Evening 10/11 – 2 Kings 5:1-27
The Impact of a Faithful Witness

Scripture at Sunrise 10.11.2017

“And my God will supply every need of yours according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” -Philippians 4:19

Whatever you have, take it and use it and let God provide the rest. God is willing to bless and His blessings are always greater than what we can give. He knows just what you need. –excerpts from Steve Wainright’s Wednesday Evening Sermon on 2 Kings 4

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Recent Sermon Audio

Sunday Morning 10/8 – Romans 8:38-39
Confident, Certain, Sure
Sunday Evening 10/8 – John 7:32-36
Seek Him While He May Be Found
Wednesday Evening 10/4 – 2 Kings 4:42-44
Elisha Feeds 100

Scripture at Sunrise 10.10.2017

“I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it.” -Revelation 3:8

Saints who remain faithful to the truth of God have an open door before them. My soul, thou hast resolved to live and die by that which the Lord has revealed in His Word, and therefore before thee stands this open door.

I will enter in by the open door of communion with God. Who shall say me nay? Jesus has removed my sin and given me His righteousness; therefore I may freely enter. Lord, I do so by Thy grace.

I have also before me an open door into the mysteries of the Word. I may enter into the deep things of God. Election, union to Christ, the Second advent-all these are before me, and I may enjoy them. No promise and no doctrine are now locked up against me.

An open door of access is before me in private and an open door of usefulness in public. God will hear me; God will use me. A door is opened for my onward march to the church above, and for my daily fellowship with saints below. Some may try to shut me up or shut me out, but all in vain.

Soon shall I see an open door into heaven: the pearl gate will be my way of entrance, and then I shall go in unto my Lord and King and be with God eternally shut in

[from Faith’s Checkbook by Charles H. Spurgeon]