Be Thankful

Pastor Doug Meadows
November 23, 2008

Time: 43:00
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Text:  II Samuel 22:47-51

This is the holiday season of Thanksgiving.  Like most American holidays, much of the intent for theh institution of the holiday is lost.  I would like to take this time to remind you today to be thankful.

He That Spoke Is He

Pastor Doug Meadows
November 16, 2008

Time: 44:52
Size: 12.8MB

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Text:  John 4:1-26  esp. vs. 26

As we look into this text we will see Jesus revealing His deity to the woman at the well.  I submit unto you it is of utmost importance to know Jesus.  If you do not have a personal relationship with Him, then pay special attention.  The woman inquired of the Lord's Anointed; He it was that spoke with her.

Sinner, There Is Hope

Pastor Doug Meadows
November 9, 2008

Time: 42:52
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Text: Matthew 9:10-13

Sometimes the events of life are cruel and unforgiving.  Fortunately, not everything in life is hopeless.  For example, I am thankful for the opportunities the medical community provides us.  Turning to spiritual matters, there is not a sinner here who is beyond the grasp of the Savior.

Liberal or Conservative?

Pastor Doug Meadows
November 2, 2008

Time: 37:11
Size: 10.6MB

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Topical message

It is my objective to discuss the liberal and conservative views and then, attempt to demonstrate that the biblical representation and the Lord Jesus abide on the conservative side.  By this, we can compare our own stance to that of our Lord and assess whether or not a personal adjustment must be made.

The Establishment of Human Government

Pastor Doug Meadows
October 26, 2008

Time: 49:54
Size: 14.2MB

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Text: I Samuel 8

We have heard a great deal in this election about "change."  Our passage records the change the children of Israel wished to make.  From it I believe we can learn some things about government.  I also desire to demonstrate the biblical representation of government and our responsibilities to it.

The Secret of Paul's Contentment

Pastor Doug Meadows
October 19, 2008

Time: 42:58
Size: 12.2MB

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Text: Philippians 4:13

If we look around at our society, it would appear that there is very little contentment in our American culture.  I submit unto you, above anyone else, those of us who know Jesus as our Lord and Savior, ought to be content.  Paul had reached this place in his life; let us see the secret of Paul's contentment.

Sadducee, Pharisse, or Christian?

Pastor Doug Meadows
October 12, 2008

Time: 43:25
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Topical message, reading Acts 23:6-8

In this text we find two extremely religious groups.  Both, in appearance, are for God and truth.  A third group I mention are Christians.  I wish to discuss these three and make application.  In this way, you can determine the true need of your heart.

Sinners Must Turn

Pastor Doug Meadows
October 5, 2008

Time: 43:53
Size: 12.5MB

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Text: I Thessalonians 1:9-10

Our society basically possesses an "anything goes" attitude.  This philosophy has also crept into some of the churches.  Repentance is no longer necessary nor a topic of discussion.  Our text teaches that the lost must repent and believe.  I desire to make this very clear today.  When it comes to salvation, sinners must turn.

Heed the Warning

Pastor Doug Meadows
September 21, 2008

Time: 44:20
Size: 12.6MB

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Text: Proverb 1:24-33

I believe God gives opportunity and warning.  He gives men "space to repent."  Yet, man often will not listen.  Sometimes, there is response, but too late.  It is my intention to encourage you to "Heed the Warning."

God is Holy

Pastor Doug Meadows
September 14, 2008

Time: 42:51
Size: 12.2MB

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Topical message

There are many views as to who God is.  Nowadays, some even claim God is of the feminine gender.  Such low opinions of God are usually coupled with a high opinion of man.  It is my objective to address a single, yet important, attribute of God.

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