God is the only one worthy of our worship… Worship benefits us because it is in our nature to worship. It is why we exist. The most true-to-ourselves, human thing we can do is worship. But, because that’s true, we are liable to worship anything.
True worship? False worship? What difference does it make?
When God is so worthy, He humbles Himself to ask you for something…
Today in Adventures in Glitchy Technology, the livestream cut out about halfway through the sermon and even though the beginning and the end were recorded, the middle third was lost. I tried to “re-preach” that part and insert it, but if there are some “idea breaks,” that, in this case, is why. Pray for us!
(Seriously. Pray for us. None of the stuff that happens every single week is anything we can ever plan for. Our tech team shows up an hour early to make sure last week’s issue doesn’t happen again…and then something else does.)
Revelation 1:12-18, 21:1-5
Wait for it…
2 Peter 3:1-2, 14-18
Old Testament? Jesus? New Testament? How we need the Spirit and the Word to hear God’s transforming voice.
Acts 2:1-8, 36-47
Pentecost at Advent??
Note: Every week the “sound issue” is different this season, it seems. Thanks for hanging in there with us today! And please keep praying for resolution!
What’s in your trunk?
As you are aware, if you listen to these regularly, we at Central Baptist are not equipped with the most streamlined tech equipment. Lately, in order to livestream video without jamming signals, we have to make an audio recording of the livestream, separately, which is what contributes to the “inside a tin can” sound quality of the last few months. We apologize that today the sound is even worse, due to some additional technological glitches on Sunday. We’re grateful for your prayers for us in all areas…including this one. Thank you for your patience.
Whose prophecies and hope is the Messiah anyway? And how will we recognize Him?
Nobody likes self-control. The guy in the 1600’s who put the verse numbers in your Bible? Put self-control in a whole separate verse from the other fruit of the Spirit! But of all the attributes listed, this is the one contributes most directly to Gospel freedom. How can that be?
(This recording also includes the children’s sermon by Rev Barbara Jernigan.)
2 Timothy 2
Persecuted Christians, veterans, and faithfulness and gentleness…in the aftermath of a contentious election.