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02/11/2018Ken Lichter & Mark Beauvois "Embrace the Cross" - Song Duet
Sunday Galatians 2:20
Sung by Pastor Ken Lichter and Mark Beauvois
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10/07/2018LHF Choir "For the Cause of Christ" LHF Choir
Sunday
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09/23/2018Pastor Ken Lichter Be Still and Know that I AM Lord
Sunday Psalms 46:10
Pastor Ken asks, " What do you do when life takes you to your wits end?" The answer, says Pastor, is: RELAX, or as it says in the Hebrew text, "cease from striving". The Bible says in this Psalm 46:10 to be still and KNOW that I Am God. We can relax because we KNOW the God Who works all things together for our good ( see Romans 8:28.) Point #1: God is our refuge and strength Point # 2: God protects us, "He is a very present help to us in our time of trouble". Psalm 46:1,7,11; Phil. 3:10,11. God is WITH us. Example is Joseph in the Old Testament. Point #3: His reputation rides on our problems. 2 Chronicles 20:1-4, 15. The battle is not ours, but the Lord's. Here, we see the King Jehoshaphat Point #4: We must faithfully obey God. In all our trials, testings, and difficult situations, we must turn our faces to God and sing His praises as we trust in Him completely. ****************************************************************************************** For further study, look up the duties of the tribe of Levi (the Levites). Research 2 Chron. 20:21, 21 After consulting the people, Jehoshaphat appointed men to sing to the LORD and to praise him for the splendor of his holiness as they went out at the head of the army, saying: “Give thanks to the LORD, for his love endures forever.” (see Psalm 136). We see that the Spirit of the Lord came upon Jahaziel, a Levite, and gave the inspiring message of God to King Jehosophat, and we later see him appointing men (Tribe of Levi) to sing to the Lord. Read "The Role of the Levites" at this following link: http://www.cohen-levi.org/the_levites/role_of_the_levites.htm Here we find " Levites were exempt from general military service. They were not counted in the census of the army in time of Moses or the Judge Deborah. Though relieved of the specific mitzva of waging war, they are required to take part in the mitzva of saving lives in times of direct threat. The service of the Levite is the service of the spirit. Thus the tribe originally chastised for its warlike behavior became the tribe which exemplified peace, blessing and fraternal harmony. Yet the Levites throughout history were able to rise to the occasion to fight for values when necessary, as in the case of Channuka where they led the Jewish struggle against Greek influence. An interesting contrast to the general army exemption of the tribe of Levi was the office of the "Kohen Anointed fir War". This Kohen, whose position was an honored one in the hierarchy of Kohanim, was appointed to inspire and spiritually prepare the army of Israel before battle."
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09/26/2018Reetha Van Auken Cain and Abel
Wednesday evening Genesis 4:1-16
Bible teacher Reetha shares from the true account in Genesis chapter 4 regarding Cain and his brother Abel. We see from the one original sin, how, the power of sin had progressed to the act of murder in the first children of Adam & Eve. In this lesson, we see God reaching out to Cain to warn him about sin, and it's deadly consequences. Yet, even though God tried to warn Cain, how sin "is crouching at the door of decision like a lion or tiger is crouched and poised, ready to pounce upon it's target." As God said to Cain, "but you must master it". Yet we see the result of Cain giving in to sin and then killing his brother Abel. In Jude 11, we study about "the way of Cain", as we see three examples of the progression of sin that men who wanted to do whatever they wanted, without regard to God and His Word. Cain = murder Balaam = greed Korah = rebellion Additional Scripture references: Acts 4:12; Heb. 9:22, 12:24; Luke 11:51. As God's children, we always need to continually focus on Jesus, and give ALL of our heart to Him and bring glory to His Name.
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10/14/2018Pastor Jeremy Moore Do Not Settle for Mediocracy
Sunday 1 John 1:5-7
In today's message, Youth Pastor Jeremy exhorts us NOT to settle for being mediocre in our walk with Christ. "We are called to be EXACTLY like Jesus Christ. Do not ever become complacent, or mediocre in your Christian walk. We must always " keep on keeping on", and never give up. As Paul also puts it in Philippians 3:12-14 that, " We must press on" in our walk with the Lord. Do not become a 'lukewarm' Christian. Life affects the way we live. We need to focus on what we need to do to keep on improving in our spiritual transformation through the power of the Holy Spirit. Scripture references: 1 John 1:5-9; 2:4-6; 1 Cor. 11:1; 1 Peter 2:1
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09/05/2018Reetha Van Auken Eve's Response to Temptation in the Garden
Wednesday evening Genesis 3:1-6
Tonight's study in the Word of God brings into focus what determined the decision making responses of Eve to the temptation in the Garden. Bible teacher Reetha tells us that there are 3 things that determined the decision making process of Eve. Listen in and discover what these are, and how we must know the Word of God truly says, and to trust in God alone. We should never add to nor take away from what the Word of God says. Associated Scriptures: Genesis 2:16,17; Rev.12:9, 20:2; Zechariah 3:1; Job 1:7; 1 Peter 5:7; Gen. 1:27; Rev. 12:4-9
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