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NEVER STOP FEARING THE LORD

June 28, 2019

In far too many cases, we have lost our fear of the Lord.  This word has many meanings. When I speak of fear, I’m not saying we are afraid of the Lord, or He is going to rain down on us with harshness.  In this case, I am speaking of…

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LIFT HIM UP

June 27, 2019

There are times when I’m torn between traditional worship and contemporary worship.  I have come to really embrace change and have a love for gospel and contemporary music, but I must admit I have a deep love for the hymns of the church. They bless my soul in so many…

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GOD LOVES ONE WHO GIVES CHEERFULLY

June 26, 2019

If there is one area in the church that is difficult for the believers to hear or for the proclaimer to preach without being criticized, it’s those times when money is mentioned.  For some reason, money makes people feel uncomfortable.  Far too often people complain and whine about the offerings…

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GOD SHOWS NO FAVORITISM

June 25, 2019

One of the many attributes of God is He loves all of us.  This might be hard for some of us to understand.  If we are honest, we have experienced favoritism in some way.  Not only have we experienced it, but also in far too many cases, we have shown…

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LOVE GOD, SERVE PEOPLE

June 24, 2019

Our mission at Bethlehem is to love God and serve people. I’ve constantly reminded the congregation this is far more than a saying, for it is who we are and what we do.  As you walk through our sanctuary you will see the words “Love God, Serve People” on the…

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LET YOUR CONVERSATION BE GRACIOUS

June 23, 2019

I remember vividly the words expressed by one of our callers on the Morning Prayer line.  The caller talked about the importance of our conversation being pleasant and using pleasant words.  That is so important, for as believers we cannot use words to hurt or disrespect another child of God. …

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