John 17:1-11 Pastor David Taylor, Speaker After the resurrection Jesus visited with his disciples on several occasions. He taught them, he encouraged them, he commissioned them to do a job. Then – on the day of his ascension into heaven when they were anxiously asking him when his kingdom would be established, when the next […]
Pastor David Taylor Our world is full of mothers, but we have only one mother who is special. Should be. Must always be. There is no one like our mothers. And no one can take the place of our mothers.
Mothers Day Message Proverbs 1:18 Pastor Saul Alonzo
Pastor David Taylor Luke 5:17-26 Everybody needs to know Jesus! Without Jesus, people have no hope in eternity. The Christian who doesn’t care about the lost is really saying to the world, “I don’t care about you. You can go to Hell.” But the Bible says, “The Lord is . . . not willing that any […]
Meeting at Layhill Community Church 1916 Bonifant Rd. Silver Spring, MD Pastor Saul Alonzo Continuation of series from Eph. 4: 26-27 Be Angry And Do Not Sin. Exodus 34:6
Central Seventh Day Baptist Church 1100 Enterprise Rd. Mitchellviille, MD Pastor David Taylor Luke 24:13-35 If you would meet God – if you would encounter Christ and recognize him in that encounter read the scriptures and study them, listen to them being proclaimed where the saints gather – at Church and in Bible classes and […]
Pastor Saul Alonzo Continuation of last week’s message Ephesians 4 “Be Angry And Do Not Sin”
Pastor David Taylor Central Seventh Day Baptist Church Mitchellville, MD John 20:19-31 In the gospel reading today we heard about the Apostle Thomas, DOUBTING THOMAS as he has come to be known. Thomas had not been with the other disciples when Jesus first appeared to them after the resurrection, and when they told him about […]
Pastor Saul Alonzo Ephesians 4: 26-27 How many of you get angry? How do we deal with our anger? Is it wrong to get angry? It is not a sin to get angry. It is a sin to let anger respond in a way that does not glorify God.
We – like Christ – have the opportunity to walk our own unique path of obedience toward God. It is a path which may see us surrounded by enjoyment, possessions, and popularity, it may lead us into loneliness, misunderstanding, and poverty. But none of these things will finally give life its meaning. Up hill or […]