Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit – Matthew 5:3 – 1/6/19 p.m. devotional

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
Each first Sunday of the month, we have an abbreviated period of worship in the evening, after which we participate in singing and a meal.  Our lessons on these evenings are shorter, around ten minutes or so.  This year, for many of those first sunday devotionals, we will be looking at the Beatitudes.  In this lesson, we examine Matthew 5:3, Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
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Take The Name Of Jesus With You – Acts 3:1-6 – 1/6/19 a.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
As we began the new year, we focused on the importance of making our life in Christ a daily walk, and taking the name of Christ with us each day.  With that in mind, we examine the example of the apostles, Peter and John, in Acts 3, and how the name of Jesus was at the center of their healing a man, and their preaching that resulted from that miracle.

The God Who is Faithful – Romans 4:18-21

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
Psalm 146:6 declares that our God, in whom we put our trust, is a God who keeps faith forever.  He is a God who is always faithful and trustworthy.  His promises will never come up short.  Together, let’s study some of God’s promises, both conditional and unconditional, as well as some things that he didn’t promise.

Disagreeing Without Being Disagreeable – Romans 14:13-23 – 11/25/18 p.m. sermon

Speaker: Justin P. Sivley
We don’t have to agree on every single thing. Liberty is a gift that we all have, and we’re all free to exercise that gift.  However, when that liberty comes between brethren and causes problems for the church, something needs to be done about.  Thankfully, Romans gives us some guidance in how to live with each other, even when we may disagree.