Sermon

The Right View of Baptism

Pastor Doug Meadows
June 15, 2008

Time: 46:11
Size: 13.2MB

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Text: Acts 8:36-37

I believe our passage teaches the proper candidate for baptism, the proper mode of baptism, and the proper purpose of baptism.  Indeed, we will discover the essential element of salvation.

Be Honorable part # 2

Pastor Doug Meadows
June 15, 2008

Time: 43:44
Size: 12.5MB

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Topical message, reading Romans 13:7

A man should earn respect and merit honor.  He can do so by being moral, by possessing integrity, and by being godly.  It is my objective, once again, to teach on this subject so that we all might be honorable.

Lift Up Your Eyes

Pastor Doug Meadows
June 8, 2008

Time: 41:39
Size: 11.9MB

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Text: Psalm 121

Each of us is either presently facing a dilemma of our own, or we have faced a dilemma in the past.  The question arises, "How can we have peace in the midst of the storm?"  My objective is for us to see how the psalmist reacts to whatever is burdening his heart, and why.

That the Scripture Might be Fulfilled

Pastor Doug Meadows
June 1, 2008

Time: 38:45
Size: 11.0MB

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Text: John 19:23-42

Our text deals with some of the details while Jesus was on the cross.  Much of this is familiar ground.  Therefore, I do not wish to focus on the events which unfold, rather, I would like to emphasize a common thread found in the text.

Remember

Pastor Doug Meadows
May 25, 2008

Time: 36:39
Size: 10.4MB

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Text:  II Timothy 2:8

With Memorial Day upon us, we remember our military dead.  Those who gave their lives in service to our country.  I would also like to use this occasion to cause us to remember Jesus, Who died for us.

The Mark of the Beast

Pastor Doug Meadows
May 18, 2008

Time: 45:30
Size: 13.0MB

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Text: Revelation 13:16-18

Someone sent out an email warning the readers of the coming of the "mark of the beast."  If these things are true, there is good reason for the Christian to be concerned.  It does call for a reality check.  I wish to address the passage of Scripture and consider the "mark of the beast."

Be Honorable

Pastor Doug Meadows
May 11, 2008

Time: 38:59
Size: 11.1MB

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Topical message, reading Romans 13:7

We are told in this text to give honor to whom honor is due.  I plan to point out some areas of life, whereby, if you do well, you shall earn respect and gain the honor due.  Since this is Mother's Day, I will direct my thoughts toward the ladies present.  (I will speak to the men in like fashion on Father's Day.)

Do You Have a Clean Heart?

Pastor Doug Meadows
April 13, 2008

Time: 38:47
Size: 11.0MB

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Text: Proverbs 20:9

You might think you are good in the eyes of God.  You think your heart is clean.  But is it?  By itself, your heart may appear pure.  It looks to be white and clean.  I challenge you to lay it beside the heart of God for a comparison.  If you do, you will find that your "white" is not so white after all.  How clean is your heart?  My text addresses this subject.

Take Time to Review

Pastor Doug Meadows
April 6, 2008

Time: 49:23
Size: 14.1MB

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Text: Matthew 28:20a

It is proper for every Christian, on a regular basis, to look within and take a personal audit.  To give themselves a job performance review, as it were.  To ask the Lord, "How am I doing?"  My objective is that you will do so today.

Jesus is King

Pastor Doug Meadows
March 30, 2008

Time: 42:50
Size: 12.2MB

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Text: John 19:8-22

Jesus is God manifest in the flesh as foretold by the angel unto Mary.  He is the One Who is to sit on the throne of David, thus, He is the King of Israel.  Yet, there is no question, the Jews did not believe that.  What about you?  Do you believe He is the King of Israel?  My friends, I submit unto you Jesus is King.

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