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Kootenai Church Morning Worship

Kootenai Church Morning Worship

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The expository preaching ministry of Kootenai Community Church by Pastors/Elders Jim Osman, Jess Whetsel, Dave Rich, and Cornel Rasor. This podcast feed contains the weekly sermons preached from the pulpit on Sunday mornings at Kootenai Church.

The Elders/Teachers of Kootenai Church exposit verse-by-verse through whole books of the Bible. These sermons can be found within their own podcast series by visiting the KCC Audio Archive.
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The opposite of covetousness is contentment. We are to cultivate the virtue of contentment as an answer to the covetous heart. An exposition of Hebrews 13:5-6.  ★ Support this podcast ★
The sin of covetousness is an insidious evil that can lurk in even the most unsuspecting hearts. We examine the sin itself and its various manifestations. An exposition of Hebrews 13:5-6. ★ Support this podcast ★
We are commanded to guard the purity of the marriage bed against polluting influences like adultery and fornication. In this message we see what Scripture says regarding the flesh, putting it to death, and yielding our members as instruments of righteousness. An exposition of Hebrews 13:4 and some other selected scriptures. ★ Support this podcast ★
We honor marriage by guarding the marriage bed from any and every threat that would seek to defile the sexual union between a man and his wife. An exposition of Hebrews 13:4. ★ Support this podcast ★
The author exhorts his readers to honor marriage and the marriage bed. We take a look at the honorable institution of marriage and how we can glorify God in giving marriage its proper honor in the church. An exposition of Hebrews 13:4. ★ Support this podcast ★
The author exhorts his readers to honor marriage and the marriage bed. We take a look at the honorable institution of marriage and how we can glorify God in giving marriage its proper honor in the church. An exposition of Hebrews 13:4. ★ Support this podcast ★
An expression of brotherly love is remembering the prisoners and others who suffer for the gospel. An exposition of Hebrews 13:3. ★ Support this podcast ★
One of the most practical and gracious expressions of brotherly love is to show hospitality to strangers. In this sermon, we answer three questions:What is hospitality?Why is it important?What do angels have to do with it?An exposition of Hebrews 13:2.Related sermon by David Forsyth - Hospitality - A Neglected Essential (Selected Scriptures) ★ Support this podcast ★
The author encourages his readers to continue in brotherly love. This is the natural response of the believer to the immense blessings bestowed upon them in the new covenant. Brotherly love is essential in the church and the mark of Kingdom citizens. An exposition of Hebrews 13:1. ★ Support this podcast ★
On the night of the Savior's Birth, His arrival was announced to Shepherds out in the fields. An exposition of Luke 2:1-20. ★ Support this podcast ★
In Gabriel's announcement to Mary, we see the themes of Old Testament promises surface once again. The child born to Mary would be both human and divine. The "Seed of the woman" would be conceived apart from the agency of man. He would be a King from David's line who will rule that Kingdom forever. An exposition of Luke 1:26-38. ★ Support this podcast ★
The Old Testament promised a Messiah Who is Immanuel, "God with us." The origin, names, and reign of the Messiah as promised in the Old Testament reveal His divine nature. An exposition of Micah 5:2; Isaiah 9:6-7; and Psalm 2. ★ Support this podcast ★
The humanity of the Redeemer is necessary for our salvation. The Old Testament promised a Messiah who would share fully our humanity. We see His humanity in His lineage, His suffering, and His reign. An exposition of selected Scriptures. ★ Support this podcast ★
This is the first message in a Christmas series for 2023. We begin with the very first promise of a redeemer given to Adam and Even in the garden after their sin. Spoken amid a curse, this promise is filled with hope and mercy. An exposition of Genesis 3:15. ★ Support this podcast ★
Peter commands believers to love one another fervently and from the heart. This kind of love is not without sacrifice, but this investment of love is guaranteed to result in eternal benefit. Because our new life has its source in God's word, and because God's word endures forever, we can have confidence that the relationships we build with other believers are also eternal. We will forever share in the benefits of the sacrificial love we share on this side of eternity. An exposition of 1 Peter 1:23-25. ★ Support this podcast ★
Giving thanks should characterize our relationships, our worship, and our service. It is a grace that should be evident in all aspects of Christian living and church life. An exposition of Colossians 3:15-17. ★ Support this podcast ★
There are remarkable parallels between Hebrews 13 and Romans 12. In this message, we explore the nature of Christian love and the various applications of it that we find in both passages. An exposition of Romans 12. ★ Support this podcast ★
Out of gratitude for the blessings of the New Covenant, we serve a God who does not change. He is still a consuming fire Whom we gratefully serve with reverence and awe. An exposition of Hebrews 12:28-29. ★ Support this podcast ★
Three thrilling and heart-warming realities are inherent in the designation of God as Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. God is essentially a Father God the Father eternally loves God the Son God the Father is in eternal fellowship with the Son ★ Support this podcast ★
On the day of Pentecost 3,000 souls were converted and added to the Church. Baptism was part of that conversion experience. In this message, we note four things about those who were baptized on the day of Pentecost. An exposition of Acts 2:37-47. ★ Support this podcast ★
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