SERMON: “ALL LIARS GO TO HELL” – Revelation 21 Reply


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SERMON: “ALL LIARS GO TO HELL” – Maurice Montgomery

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— A&Ω —

SERMON: Revive Us Again” – Clarence Sexton


SERMON: “REVIVE US AGAIN”

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QUESTION FOR THE DAY. . .


“Does God forgive sins we continue to repeat?”

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— AΩ —

SERMON: “Exposition of 2 Peter (3/14)” – David E. Thompson


SERMON: “EXPOSITION OF 2 PETER (3/14)

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SONG: “RESCUE THE PERISHING”

 

SERMON: “The Power of Praising God” – Marvin Cooper


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SERMON:  “THE POWER OF PRAISING GOD”

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SONG: “Praise God from whom all blessings flow”

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SERMON: “Are You a Sinner?” – Gabe Stalnaker


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SERMON: “ARE YOU A SINNER?”

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SONG: :”SINNER, PLEASE DON’T LET THIS HARVEST PASS”


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SERMON: “A Significance of Resurrection” – Dr. John Vaughn


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SERMON: “A Significance of Resurrection”

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SONG: “Ride On, King Jesus” – Jessye Norman

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EASTER – Holy SATURDAY


Good Friday – Holiest Day on the Christian Calendar


Good Friday. Crucifixion by Giotto

Jesus Christ

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MAUNDY THURSDAY


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Maundy Thursday (also known as Holy ThursdayCovenant ThursdayGreat and Holy ThursdaySheer Thursday and Thursday of Mysteries) is the Christian feast, or holy day, falling on the Thursday before Easter. It commemorates the Maundy and Last Supper of Jesus Christ with theApostles as described in the Canonical gospels.[1] It is the fifth day of Holy Week, and is preceded bySpy Wednesday and followed by Good Friday.[2]

The date is always between 19 March and 22 April inclusive, but these dates fall on different days depending on whether the Gregorian or Julian calendar is used liturgically. Eastern churches generally use the Julian calendar, and so celebrate this feast throughout the 21st century between 1 April and 5 May in the more commonly used Gregorian calendar. The liturgy held on the evening of Maundy Thursday initiates the Easter Triduum, the period which commemorates the passiondeath, andresurrection of Christ; this period includes Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and ends on the evening ofEaster.[1][3] The mass or service of worship is normally celebrated in the evening, when Friday begins according to Jewish tradition, as the Last Supper was held on feast of Passover.[4]

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