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.

The Realization of Jesus' Resurrection

Pastor Doug Meadows
August 31, 2008

Time: 43:59
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Text: John 20:1-18

People are slow to believe.  Even in the face of credible evidence, doubts may prevail.  It is my objective to look into this passage and press upon you the importance of the realization of Jesus' resurrrection.

Little is Much

Pastor Doug Meadows
August 24, 2008

Time: 46:58
Size: 13.4MB

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Text: Mark 12:41-44

We often wonder what good we are doing.  Does the little money we give make a difference?  Do the few tasks we fulfill actually profit the ministry?  I submit unto you that your labor for Jesus is worthwhile.  Your impact is greater than you think.  I desire to use this text on giving to teach a few lessons on Christian service.

The Presence of Life-Changing Truth

Pastor Doug Meadows
August 17, 2008

Time: 45:58
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Text: Deuteronomy 30:11-14

I would like to take a look into this Old Testament text and behold the accessibility of saving truth.  After which, I will direct your attention to the New Testament, where you will find a similar theme.

What We Testify

Pastor Doug Meadows
August 10, 2008

Time: 41:31
Size: 11.8MB

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Text: Acts 10:43

God led Peter to Cornelius' house to tell him about Jesus.  We have such privilege toward those about us.  When we address others about God and Christianity, it is necessary we convey this one topic - Who Jesus is and what He accomplished in our behalf.

Come to Paradise

Pastor Doug Meadows
July 13, 2008

Time: 41:02
Size: 11.7MB

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Text: Luke 23:43

Our text mentions the word paradise.  What is it?  What did Jesus mean?  Did the thief go there?  Can you and I go there?  If so, why would you turn it down?  Today, I would like to extend an invitation to you...come to Paradise.

Are We Independent...?

Pastor Doug Meadows
July 6, 2008

Time: 38:39
Size: 11.0MB

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Topical message, reading Romans 14:8

We have just observed Independence Day in our nation.  We hear a lot about Christian independence.  The truth is, we are not absolutely independent, nor should we desire to be.  There is a sovereign God in Heaven and we have an obligation to Him.  Personally, I am glad to be dependent upon God.

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