Though I will never gain a full understanding of it until I see Him in glory someday, my appreciation for how great and mighty the Lord really is has grown immensely over the last year, so I’ve written this post to talk about the things that led me to this understanding. I know it’s long-winded, but I hashed out the details of it all because I know that many people in my social circle have never heard the things that I believe, and I figured that it would make more sense if I told the whole story. The last few years have easily been the hardest of my life, but I would not trade the trials in them for anything now.
In this message, Pastor McCool examines the spaces, or gaps, in our lives that are caused by thorns in the flesh. There are many things we can try to fill those spaces with, but God instructed Paul that grace was sufficient to fill those spaces. Keep reading →
In this message, Elder Luke Hagler preaches about the Biblical ingredients for revival, which includes ministers with the courage to preach the truth of God’s word and an embracing of that word by God’s people.
The glorious truth of being chosen is often misunderstood. When understood properly, the electing grace of God’s love is the starting point for the child of God to properly glorify their Savior. In this message, Pastor McCool observes the positive effects of being chosen in Christ. Keep reading →
In the average contemporary, religious worship service, there is much activity. However, in reality, Jesus instructed that only two things are necessary to worship Him: Spirit and truth (John 4). In this message, Pastor McCool engages in little connect the dots, using the Spirit to represent one “dot” and the truth to represent another “dot”, showing how these dots “connect” to produce worship that is both satisfying to the disciple and pleasing to God. Keep reading →
In this sermon, Elder Neil Honea displays the astonishing truth that our Savior revealed when He made His appearance here on earth. Keep reading →
In this message, preached at the annual meeting of Zion Primitive Baptist Church near Gordo Alabama, Elder Neil Honea preaches about the blessings that we have today in God’s church. Keep reading →
Pastor Tim takes Matthew 18 as a text to demonstrate who God views as the greatest in His church and what it takes to present ourselves as humble servants.
Elder Josh Winslett, of Birmingham, delivers a message about the advantages to the Christian who waits upon the Lord. Keep reading →
There are many opinions today about what God expects us to do in our Christian service today. In this message, Pastor Tim examines the first non-Jewish member of the New Testament Church – Cornelius – and what he was doing in Christian service that is a model for us all today.
Everyone has burdens. And we are often told to “cast our burdens on the Lord.” Using the example of Jesus telling Peter to “Launch out into the Deep”, in this message, Pastor Tim brings out what it means to truly cast our cares upon the Lord and what to expect when we do.
A sermon in which Elder Luke Hagler examines the various types of reactions we can expect when we share the gospel, and how that should encourage us with zeal to continue to sow seed everywhere we go.
There are great misconceptions about the sovereignty and providence of God in the religious world. In this sermon, Elder Luke Hagler examines the Biblical truth of how God is not to be blamed with the results when He removes a hedge of His protection.
A sermon preached by Pastor McCool in which he presents the full expression and context of John 3:16, which is probably the most widely known Bible verse of the ages. Keep reading →
A sermon preached by Elder Neil Honea, in which he observes the various clothing of Christ while he was here on this earth. Keep reading →
Pastor Tim McCool presents a Biblical summary of what pleases the Spirit of God and what doesn’t. Keep reading →
A sermon preached by Elder Luke Hagler about Who deserves the ultimate glory for our salvation. Keep reading →
A sermon preached by Pastor Tim McCool on the true meaning of the Rainbow. Keep reading →
A sermon preached by Elder Luke Hagler about the security we have in our Great Shepherd, Jesus Christ. Keep reading →
The first message of a series of sermons preached by Pastor Tim McCool on the model prayer found in Matthew chapter 6. Keep reading →
Speaker: Neil Honea
Speaker: Tim McCool
Speaker: Luke Hagler