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The Greatest Catastrophe Ever

If you had to think of the greatest catastrophe ever, what comes to mind? Wars? Disease? Something else? How about if you had to think of one that could still be yet to come?

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Meditation - Essential to Spiritual Growth

One of the most important tools for spiritual growth is meditation. This sermon gives details on how to improve your meditation.

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God’s Plan and Process for Our Life

We all have focuses within our lives and desire to achieve different ends. How great is this desire, and is it aimed towards what God desires for us? What is God's plan for our life, and how will He go about realizing it?

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Valuable Lessons Learned from Abraham the Friend of God (Part 2)

Why was Abraham called “the friend of God?” What did he do or learn that we need to learn that will help us to become the same?

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In The Hands of God

What does it mean to be in the hands of God? How do we get there? Is there anything that can remove us from His hands?

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Who Can Know the Heart?

We must strive to protect our hearts. A pure heart will please God while an impure heart will set us against Him.

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Valuable Lessons Learned from Abraham the Friend of God - Part 1

Why was Abraham called “the friend of God?” What did he do or learn that we need to learn that will help us to become the same?

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The Conversion of the Gentiles

Israel often did not see the value of what they were given. It was due to their unwillingness to follow God that He began working with the Gentiles at that time, moving from physical Israel to a spiritual Israel.

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Afflicting Our Soul is Well Worth It

Fasting on Atonement is a joy when one considers what God is going to do in the fulfillment of that day.

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The Firstfruits - The First Responders of the Millennium

What the first responders of 9/11 encountered was almost beyond description. The state of the world when Christ returns will be much the same. At that point, however, we will be the first responders. Are we ready to help?

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