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At the time of these two chapters (36 & 37) Israel is in Babylonian captivity…but they had a promise of restoration. A promise from God, that He would bring a spiritual awakening to Israel!! Israel had figuratively become a bone yard, like this Valley of Bones in chapter 37. They were Spiritually dead, and the bones were dry, but God was promising to restore them once again to life! Much of the church of today, is in the same spiritual condition. Yet I believe God is about to raise up a mighty army from these bones, the church! Key Text: Ezekiel 37:1-14 
“The God of Restoration” God is THE God of Restoration! He desires to restore everything that has been stolen, everything that has been lost, everything that has been promised but we’ve been talked out of… Nothing is too hopeless! Nothing is too lost! Nothing is too broken that He cannot restore!! One day He finally will restore all things, but for now let him bring restoration to you! Key Text: Joel 2:23-26
The Children of Israel had a promise from God of a land flowing with milk and honey. Yet they were willing to settle for going back to onions and taskmasters. They were freed from slavery, but still bound in the hearts. They tempted God, and limited the Holy One of Israel in their lives, when they didn’t remember His power! We have a tendency to do the same. Are you limiting God? Key Text: Psa.78:40-43
The death of the seed produces a harvest, but also creates numerous seeds for a much greater potential FUTURE harvest!  Christ is the example in John 12:24.  He had to die, to produce a harvest.  Yet, if we are talking about OUR FAITH, then we have to let the seed of our faith die... Plant it in the soil of hope and let God have it!  Take your hands off. Let it take you through all the stages of waiting... but expect!
God is a great mystery! He always has been, and He has chosen to conceal himself from mankind in many ways.  Yet, God has more recently revealed Himself in the person of Jesus Christ! We can know Him, and what He is like! Now, God’s secret is out! 
Seeing Through The Fog

Seeing Through The Fog

2021-02-2401:22:42

The Suddenlies" Of God

The Suddenlies" Of God

2021-01-1701:04:42

 In this message we look at the Biblical concept of fasting and talk about why we fast, and how to fast. Fasting is not something most Christians do often.  Some have never fasted. While fasting certainly isn't required to get into heaven, Jesus said his disciples would fast.  So it was expected. Too often we allow the body to feast while our spirit goes hungry. This makes us weak spiritually.  Perhaps fasting is allowing the physical body to go hungry so the spirit can feast, and therefore grow strong.  In any case, fasting is an offering of humility, and an experience in the sorrow of repentance, that allows us to place our carnal man in subjection to the Spirit of God.  In doing so we experience Spiritual gain, greatly!
In the sermon "A Servant LIKE Jesus" Pastor Jerry looks at the example Jesus set for us, as servants of the Most High God.  With all that the Lord has done for each of us, He of course deserves our very best, not half hearted service. What does your service look like to Him?  Are you a rebellious servant? or a Faithful Servant?  I'm sure, as Christians... We all want to be a servant like Jesus. (Part 5 in the "LIKE" Series). Due to weather, this message was preached Virtually/Online rather than in person.
Ruth was faithful to Naomi, even when Naomi had nothing to offer to her. Naomi urged Ruth to leave her, and go on with her life... go back to her family, find a husband... But Ruth would not leave her.  What if we were that faithful to our God.  Even when He isn't blessing, even if we don't see the miracle, even if my prayers aren't answered, can I, will I still follow Him? God's supply doesn't run out like Naomi's did, but still we struggle to walk in such faithfulness. What if we just followed Christ, with faithfulness like Ruth had?  (Part 4 in the Series: "LIKE") 
Our nation is in moral decline... only the church can change this.  What's your part?“Wicked leaders are not only the cause of moral decline, but the result of moral decline. They not only bring the judgement of God, but they ARE the judgement of God. We can blame the leaders all we wish, but a nation brings decline, and thus judgement, upon itself. We choose our path, we choose our leaders, we choose our fate.” -Pastor Jerry R. Laudermilk, Jr. Today's Sermon Date: October 11, 2020
Even though God has every right to pour His anger upon men, He is very merciful and long-suffering! His anger will come upon this world. Yet, right now He is waiting on you and your loved ones to make things right with Him. God is so merciful... So why is He so offensive to those of this world? Even with all His mercy, God is offensive. You can see it if you watch the news or you may see it if try to tell a stranger, or even a family member, of the goodness of God. Why? Because He is holy and we are sinful. God has laid a trap, so to speak, a stumbling stone a rock of offense. He did this to TRIP US UP... so that we might see our need for Him. This "Stone", Jesus, offends us because of His perfection and our imperfection. Listen to "Why is God so Offensive".(Romans 9:22-33, John 3:19, Matthew 10:22)Today's Sermon Date: October 4, 2020
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