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August 2020

Do You Have the Right Teachability?

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message during our 8/16/20 Zoom Morning Worship based on Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 and Matthew 16:25-27 – In this second sermon of the Salt and Light Series, we will examine the ongoing journey of learning and how teachable we are according to the life lessons of the Holy Spirit in antithesis of secular philosophy.  Being knowledgable about truth is not enough, we must diligently apply it.



Be a Defender not a Pretender: Part 2 – Examples of How the Power of True Faith Really Works

This is Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson’s introductory sermon of his Salt and Light Series, based on Romans 1:16 – If you don’t stand up for true biblical faith you’ll fall in either fear, falsehood, or both.  If you stand for God, He will stand for you.  Unfortunately, some people will chose to take a pretentious stand.  To defend the Gospel properly, you must properly depend upon the power of God at all times.



Be a Defender not a Pretender: Part 1 – Obtaining and Maintaining the Power of True Faith

This is Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson’s introductory sermon of his Salt and Light Series, based on Romans 1:16 – If you don’t stand up for true biblical faith you’ll fall in either fear, falsehood, or both.  If you stand for God, He will stand for you.  Unfortunately, some people will chose to take a pretentious stand.  To defend the Gospel properly, you must properly depend upon the power of God at all times.



A Revival Interlude: How to Become a Better Listener of God’s Voice – Part 1

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson originally shared this revival message on 2/14/16, which is based on Psalm 95:6-8.  Before we begin our next series, this interim sermon archive will help us to focus on the experiences we face when trying to hear what God is trying to say to us.  God can and will speak to us personally, but there are distinguishing characteristics between His voice, the devil’s voice, and our own voice.  The question is – How can one improve their ability to hear and become more attentive to God’s voice over all other voices?



A Revival Interlude: How to Become a Better Listener of God’s Voice – Part 2

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson originally shared this revival message on 2/14/16, which is based on Psalm 95:6-8.  Before we begin our next series, this interim sermon archive will help us to focus on the experiences we face when trying to hear what God is trying to say to us.  God can and will speak to us personally, but there are distinguishing characteristics between His voice, the devil’s voice, and our own voice.  The question is – How can one improve their ability to hear and become more attentive to God’s voice over all other voices?



July 2020

The Bride’s Uncircumcised Heart

Assist. Pastor Lisa Norris-Jackson shared this message during our Zoom Morning Worship of 7/19/20 mainly based on Jeremiah 9:25 and Romans 2:28.  There are some souls who look like and act like the Bride of Christ, but are not.  The Word of God prophetically warns against such a hypocritical posture, which is due to one having an uncircumcised heart.  The Lord’s true Church trusts in Jesus as Savior and Lord.  Such faith in Him will transform completely submitted souls.  Who we are in secret is who we really are.  God seeks to save us from hypocrisy.  What is your true motive?



The Bible: God’s Holy Foundation for Our Souls

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message during our Zoom Morning Worship on 7/12/20 based on Psalm 111:10 – The moral foundation of God’s holy wisdom and understanding given to us by His Spirit, will enable us to fear the Lord and obey His precepts.  God placed His precepts in the Bible.  He wants us all to benefit from prayerful, inductive attention to His Holy Word. 



Is Malice in Your Chalice? Part 2 – Avoid Evil Communication and Evil Commerce

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this “Zoom Worship” Sermon on 7/5/20, yet based on Ephesians 4:31 – 
This sermon investigates and reveals how malice can take root in one’s persona to become a foundation of dysfunction.  It feeds one’s intention or desire to communicate in ways that defy God’s holy standard for social wellbeing.  The enemy, the devil works hard to bring confusion into how we communicate and conduct ourselves vocationally.  Communication and commerce are closely related in that manner.  God intends for us to commune with Him and with each other in the spirit of holy, loving fellowship.



June 2020

Is Malice in Your Chalice? – Part 1: Malice Defined and Defeated

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this “Zoom Worship” Sermon on 6/28/20, based on Ephesians 4:31 – This sermon investigates and reveals how malice can take root in one’s persona to become a foundation of dysfunction.  It feeds one’s intention or desire to communicate in ways that defy God’s holy standard for social wellbeing.  God intends for us to commune with Him and with each other in the spirit of holy, loving fellowship.



A Father’s Footsteps: What Will Your Legacy Be?

Sr. Pastor A. A. Jackson shared this message during our “Zoom Morning Worship” on Father’s Day, 6/21/20.  In Proverbs 3:1–12 we find that King Solomon is giving fatherly advice that challenges all of us to an appreciation of wisdom’s ability to direct.  Wisdom in this scripture text is a prophetic personification, for Jesus is Wisdom.  God is calling men today who will walk in His footsteps, allowing Him to lead them to experience the blessings prescribed by His holiness.





 

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