Sermons

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    Wednesday Sermon: Parables of Heaven

    On Wednesday evening, October 28, Bethel church members gathered and listened to the word of God from Matthew 13:31-33. The message was on parables of heaven, especially focusing on the parables of the mustard seed and the yeast. “We looked into these precious parables of heaven our Lord told us to clearly tell us about…

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    Sunday Sermon: It is for Freedom that Christ Has Set us Free

    [John 8:32] and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” [Galatians 5:1] It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. These two verses come close to my heart especially as I’m here…

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  • Bethel Sermon: He Will Baptize you with the Holy Spirit and Fire

    On Sunday, July 5, Bethel church members gathered and worshiped the Lord together in spirit and truth. The word of God was from Matthew 3, the testimony of John the Baptist about Jesus Christ the Lord. “We dove into how the baptist witnessed Jesus as the one who comes to baptize with the Holy Spirit…

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    Bethel Church Wednesday Sermon: I Am the Bread of Life

    On Wednesday, May 20, DC Bethel members gathered and worshiped the Lord together online. The intercessory prayer was prayed by a committed member Olu. Then the sermon ensued after opening praise. “The passage was from John 6. We’ve meditated on how Jesus fed the 5,000 and then made an offer to everyone to receive the…

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    Bethel Wednesday Sermon: You Have Kept the Best Until Now

    On Wednesday, May 6, Bethel church members gathered and offered up their Wednesday service online. Members looked together into the first week of Jesus’ public ministry, especially focused on Cana and then in Jerusalem. “The message focused a lot on how we can receive joy and excitement in life while we are confined in one…

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  • No Buts about It

    A Christian Facebook group I belong to spent the better part of last month in a civil war over “Deadpool,” the hard-R shoot ’em up based on Rob Liefeld’s salty, wisecracking comic book mercenary-antihero of that name. This group (normally devoted to theology and beer) broke into a firefight over whether it’s acceptable for Christians…

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  • 12 Must Read Books while Staying Home

    1. The Radical Disciple by John Stott 2. Appointment in Jerusalem by Derek Prince 3. Born Again by Chuck Colson 4. The Spirit of Disciplines by Dallas Willard 5. What’s so Amazing about Grace? by Philip Yancey 6. Taking our cities for God by John Dawson 7. The Case for Psalms by N.T. Wright 8….

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  • A Missiology of Disease By the Late Ralph D. Winter, with Beth Snodderly

    A Summary of the Biblical Theme of Cosmic Battle The Bible consists of a single drama: the entrance of the Kingdom, the power, and the glory of the living God in this enemy-occupied territory. From Genesis 12 to the end of the Bible, and indeed until the end of time, there unfolds the single, coherent…

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  • Bethel Sunday Sermon: Neither do I condemn you, Go now and leave your life of sin

    In John chapter 8 verse 3, it says they brought in a woman caught in adultery. Many commentaries say she was trapped. They knew her weaknesses and habits. So they set her up with this guy. The guy wasn’t caught. He played a part in this plan. But we know she also crossed the line…

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  • [Excerpt] From PASCAL’S PENSÉES SECTION XII 740

    The two oldest books in the world are those of Moses and Job, the one a Jew and the other a Gentile. Both of them look upon Jesus Christ as their common centre and object: Moses in relating the promises of God to Abraham, Jacob, etc., and his prophecies; and Job, Quis mihi det ut,[278]…

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