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A collection of Sermons from First Baptist Church of Augusta

    Acts 18: 9-10

    Acts 18: 9-10

    July 14 2024

    Will Dyer

    Acts 18:9-10





    In this sermon, Will
    Dyer addresses the topic of evangelism in a post-Christian culture. He emphasizes
    that evangelism is not about selling or persuading others, but rather about
    sharing the objectively true news of Jesus Christ's crucifixion and
    resurrection. He encourages the audience to be faithful in proclaiming this
    news, even in a world that may reject or oppose it. Will reminds listeners that
    the gospel is centered on the crucified and resurrected Christ, and that
    sharing this message is a fundamental calling for all believers. Will challenges
    the audience to consider when they last shared their faith and encourages them
    to pray for opportunities to share the good news with others.

    • 32 min
    July 7 2024

    July 7 2024

    Will Dyer

    Acts 17:22-34


    Today’s sermon is
    about the importance of meeting people where they are to effectively
    communicate the gospel in a post-Christian culture. Will Dyer emphasizes the
    need to understand the cultural context and language of the audience, just as
    Paul did when he addressed the Athenians in Acts chapter 17. ​ The sermon also
    highlights the significance of resurrection in the gospel message and the
    transformative power it offers in the present moment. ​ Will Dyer challenges
    the church to be willing to engage with non-Christians and to speak a language
    that people can understand, while also encouraging individuals to examine their
    own worship and prioritize Jesus above all else.

    • 35 min
    6-30-2024

    6-30-2024

    Will Dyer

    Acts 16:13-34



    The sermon is based on the story of Paul and Silas in Acts chapter 16, where they are imprisoned and experience a miraculous release. ​ The central message of the sermon is that the gospel is not just about eternal salvation, but also about finding joy and purpose in the present moment. The phrase "what must I do to be saved?" ​ is often interpreted as referring to eternal salvation, but in its original context, it meant "what must I do to get out of this mess?" ​ or "how can I be well in this situation?" ​ The sermon emphasizes that genuine faith in Jesus is marked by compassion and love for all people, not just those we get along with or enjoy spending time with. ​ It encourages listeners to believe in the Lord Jesus and give their lives to something bigger than themselves, experiencing the transformative power of Jesus in their lives today. ​

    • 30 min
    6-23-2024

    6-23-2024

    Will Dyer

    Acts 15

    • 34 min
    6-16-2024

    6-16-2024

    Will Dyer

    Acts 10

    • 36 min
    6-9-2024

    6-9-2024

    Mark Hampton

    Acts 9:1-9 and Acts 9:19b-22

    • 32 min

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