Keep Thy Foot
The preacher, in Ecclesiastes 5:1, says, "Keep thy foot when thou goest to the house of God, and be more ready to hear, than to give the sacrifice of fools: for they consider not that they do evil." The New King James reads, "Walk prudently," and the English Standard Version reads, "Guard your steps." The warning regards one's worship, one's approaching God. Does this still apply today? We invite you to listen to a sermon on our sermons page titled, Keep Thy Foot. Let us know what you think. We would be happy to arrange a personal Bible study, and we would enjoy having you visit with us for our Bible study or worship periods.
Able To Subdue All Things
Jesus Christ is able to subdue all things to Himself (Php. 3:21). This is a work that has begun and will be completed when death has been destroyed (1 Cor. 15:25-26). This subject is explored in a sermon titled, Able To Subdue All Things. We invite you to listen.
Be Imitators of Me
Paul called on Christians to imitate him as he imitated Christ. Have you thought about the implications of that statement? We invite you to listen to a sermon by that title, Be Imitators of Me.