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Author: Harmony Church Sumter

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Smyrna was a wealthy and beautiful city that was very faithful to Rome. While the city was rich, the church at Smyrna was poor, having experienced financial persecution being kicked out of the marketplace by the Roman government for their refusal to worship Caesar. Jesus wrote to commend them on their endurance, but also to encourage and comfort them in the midst of a greater persecution that was coming. They would be called to give up their lives for the sake of the gospel. In this message we will explore the depths of our love for Jesus, our understanding of His grace, and the value we give Him in our lives. Are we willing to pay a price to follow Jesus in light of the price He paid for us on the cross and the promise He gives of eternal life? Send in a voice message:
Pergamum was a city of excess. The church had good theology, but they had allowed immorality and the sexually charged nature of their culture to influence their lives. God’s message to them was clear: repent. May we listen to the warnings to Pergamum, and be a church that holds to theology while also reflecting the holiness of Christ by the way we live. Send in a voice message:
The church at Ephesus appeared to be excelling on all levels: they were committed to sound doctrine and guarding against false teaching, they sought to do good works in the community around them, they ferociously defended the glory of Christ's name above all other names, and they staunchly defended against moral compromise. On many fronts, they appeared to be the perfect church. Yet for all they were doing well, Jesus had one thing against them: they had left their first love, Jesus Himself. In this message we'll see just how close the church at Ephesus relates to our own hearts, and seek to follow Jesus' exhortations for how to keep our affections rightly placed on Him, so they might not drift away toward lesser things. Send in a voice message:
Christian Hope

Christian Hope


What do you mean when you use the word, "hope?" I think most of the time we think of hope in the same way we do luck? There's an element of uncertainty to it. "I hope this will happen, but I'm, not sure." As a matter of fact, what do we say about hope? "Don't get your hopes up!"Christian hope is su much better than that! In Christian hope, we not only want something good to happen, we expect it to happen. That's all because of what Easter represents--the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. If it didn't happen the way the Scripture say, we would be hopeless. In this Easter sermon, we're talking about real, concrete hope from John 20 and what it can mean for you life.  Send in a voice message:
Lee Brown, a home church planter and former Pastor at  Harmony Church, presented an excellent question to the church yesterday? Is God pleased when we meet together on Sunday morning?  Send in a voice message:
Helping Hurting People

Helping Hurting People


1 Thessalonians 5:14-15There are all kind of hurting, struggling people out there. And just like different health issues require different forms of treatment, so do the issues that people deal with. In this final sermon of the series, we'll investigate how we can help those who are struggling. Send in a voice message:
1 Thessalonians 4:3-8Why talk about this topic in a sermon series about relationships? Because sexual immorality always hurts our relationships with others. Our relationships are to be defined by giving, sacrificial love. Sexual immorality is defined by taking and selfish lust. In this sermon we'll see what God says about this topic and how we can overcome immorality through the Gospel. Ultimately, we'll see the purity paves the way to intimacy with God and others.  Send in a voice message:
What if I could tell you the secret to a great marriage or great relationships? What if I told you this secret has been proven time and time again for a couple thousand years? As a matter of fact, this secret has taken dysfunctional relationships and completely transformed them. Would you be interested in hearing it? But, what if I told you there was a catch? The catch is, while the secret is readily available for you to use and apply, it might be the most difficult relational thing you will ever have to do. Still interested? Good. That's what this sermon from Philippians 2 is all about. Send in a voice message:
In the first sermon of a new series we're talking about what love lived-out relationally looks like and how it can transform your relationships.  Send in a voice message:
The Danger of Disobedience

The Danger of Disobedience


How big of a deal do you think sin is? How big of a deal do you think YOUR sin is? In this final sermon of the series we're going to look at the tragic end of King Saul's life and see that willful, persistent disobedience to God always leads to chaos and destruction. We'll look at three warning signs from Saul's life that will serve as cautions to us. And ultimately, we'll see the importance of knowing and loving Jesus and living our lives for Him. Send in a voice message:
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