“Never Stop Looking for the Lord’s Return”


Sermon:  Dr. David Peacock, Pastor

How to Know Jesus As Your Personal Saviour

Song:  “Just As I Am”


“Anti-Gang Message from Actual Bangers”

WARNING:  Street Language

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Bible Verses Against Bad Language

Ephesians 4:29 ESV / 363 helpful votes

Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear.

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Ephesians 5:4 ESV / 244 helpful votes

Let there be no filthiness nor foolish talk nor crude joking, which are out of place, but instead let there be thanksgiving.

Matthew 15:11 ESV / 187 helpful votes

It is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a person, but what comes out of the mouth; this defiles a person.”

Colossians 3:8-10 ESV / 180 helpful votes

But now you must put them all away: anger, wrath, malice, slander, and obscene talk from your mouth. Do not lie to one another, seeing that you have put off the old self with its practices and have put on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge after the image of its creator.

Jeremiah: “God has a plan”


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SERMON: “Responsibilities of a Christian” by Matthew Black

God led me to this sermon today.  Please take less than 40 minutes to worship Him by listening.  Thank you.


Song: “A Change We Can Believe In (Yes We Can)”


“Sermon on the Mount: Stop Criticizing and Start Loving”

by Marcel D. Mitchell

Medicine Hat

Alberta, Canada

Sermon on the Mount


What did Jesus mean when He said the first will be last and the last will be first?

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Question: “What did Jesus mean when He said the first will be last and the last will be first?”

Answer: Jesus made the statement “many who are first will be last, and many who are last will be first” in His response to the disciples’ asking what reward they would have for giving up everything to follow Him (Matthew 19:27-30Mark 10:28-31). He reiterated this truth in Matthew 20:16 at the end of the parable of the laborers in the vineyard. This statement is not, as many believe, a description of the reversal of earthly roles in heaven. There is no hierarchy in heaven wherein the poor and oppressed will rule over the rich and powerful when we get there. Nor will those believers who enjoy wealth and prestige on earth be somehow abased in heaven.

When Jesus told the disciples they would be greatly rewarded in heaven for what they had given up on earth, He was assuring them that there would no longer be a distinction between themselves and other believers of higher social rank or greater power. In heaven, those considered inferior on earth—the fishermen, tax collectors and shepherds—would have equal rank with the scholars, the priests and the Romans who came to Christ for salvation. It’s not a matter of exchanging positions; rather, it is a leveling of all ranks into one. The lowly disciples, who were last in the eyes of many, would be equally exalted in heaven, while those who are elevated in their position on earth would be equal with those who are considered last on earth. In other words, there will be no distinction as to first and last because all will be the same. Jesus further reiterates this point by telling His disciples that those who wanted to be great in the kingdom would do so by being the servant of all (Mark 9:35).

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