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Biblical preaching is the center-piece of corporate worship. We believe that expository preaching best serves God’s purposes and his people. Typically, we work section by section through large portions of Scripture, usually complete books of the Bible.

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Biblical preaching is the center-piece of corporate worship. We believe that expository preaching best serves God’s purposes and his people. Typically, we work section by section through large portions of Scripture, usually complete books of the Bible.

    Luke 21:29-33, Fig Trees, Faith, and the Word of God

    Luke 21:29-33, Fig Trees, Faith, and the Word of God

    In Luke 21:29-33, Jesus told a parable about a fig tree. Just as the appearance of leaves on the tree signals the imminent approach of summer, so the events Jesus described in the previous paragraph (Luke 21:25-28) will signal his imminent return to the earth. He finished the parable with an explanation that makes his point unmistakable: these promises are certain because his word can never fail.

    • 57 min
    The Genius Of The Local Church

    The Genius Of The Local Church

    The idea of the local church has suffered much criticism. Many seem to
    think they can improve on God’s design. However, a fresh look at the
    institution of the local church as revealed in the Word will serve to increase
    our appreciation for the plan of God. There are five areas in which the local
    church cannot be surpassed by any plan of man.

    • 56 min
    Luke 21:25-28, He Comes with Clouds

    Luke 21:25-28, He Comes with Clouds

    In the sermon text for this Lord’s Day, we come to Jesus’ description of his Second Coming. It will be a day of joy for his followers, but a day of dread, distress, and death for his enemies. It concludes with a message to Christians alive at that time, yet significant to believers in every generation: “lift up your heads; your redemption is drawing near.”

    • 51 min
    Luke 21:20-24, “The Distant Triumph Song”

    Luke 21:20-24, “The Distant Triumph Song”

    In Luke 21:20-24, Jesus continued his description of the global events that would come to pass because Israel rejected him. This text uses language that could apply to the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 A.D. However, a closer look reveals that Jesus looked beyond the first century to the years immediately preceding his Second Coming. His description of those days tells a heart-wrenching story of human cruelty and divine judgment. But the paragraph concludes with a glimmer of hope. The trouble of those days signals the immanent return of Jesus the King.

    • 47 min
    Luke 21:12-19, Persecution and Proclamation

    Luke 21:12-19, Persecution and Proclamation

    This Lord’s Day we continue our study of Luke’s account of the Olivet Discourse. Jesus explained that the current age that climaxes with his Second Coming will be characterized by persecution. It is not easy to follow Jesus. But the seasons of persecution bring opportunity to bear witness for the Name of Jesus.

    • 40 min
    Daniel 1, 6, 9, God Honors Those Who Honor Him

    Daniel 1, 6, 9, God Honors Those Who Honor Him

    This Lord’s Day we welcome Dr. Gerald Priest as our guest speaker. He the retired professor of homiletics (preaching) and church history at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary. He will deliver a message based on the life of Daniel contained in Daniel chapters 1, 6, and 9.

    • 51 min

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