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The audio preaching, teaching, podcast Pastor Jerry Laudermilk, Lead Pastor at South Knoxville Church of God, Knoxville Tennessee, (Formerly of Abundant Life Tabernacle, Mansfield Ohio). We are called to live life victoriously in Christ, no matter what state we find ourselves in! May these teaching help you to do so, in the favor of obedience to God! Find more from Pastor Jerry at: http://laudermilk.blogspot.com

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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
Today's sermon, taken from Daniel 11 and Ecclesiastes 3, pulls two scripture passages together that may seem odd to put together at first.  Daniel says, "The people who know their God will be strong and do exploits!"  Ecclesiastes tells us that there is a time for everything.  NOW is the time for the people of God to know Him, so that He might use us to do His plan in our lives, and in the Earth.  Listen and be challenged! Today's Sermon Date: September 27, 2020
God of the Promise

God of the Promise

2020-04-1401:23:50

The Promises of God

The Promises of God

2020-04-1301:27:36

So, is Novel Coronavirus a plague? Is the threat of it, just a hoax or political tactic? Is it one of the last day judgements of God upon the world? It’s been called all of the above but, time will tell which is correct… if either. Whatever the case, we MUST know where our security comes from. If our trust is in God we are ultimately safe. As Christians we may suffer difficulty but our hope is eternal. Faith over fear is the word of the day!Listen now to this timely, encouraging and challenging message. 
The Lordship of Christ

The Lordship of Christ

2020-02-0248:59

Description:Lots of people have trouble knowing how to yield their lives to Christ. I have been asked more than once how can I give this to God, or how can I yield my life to him? One man told me a few years ago, "I want to yield my life, but I just don't know how to do that!"Today we're talking about yielding to God. Giving up, and letting God have control. Is He truly Lord? Yes! Is He truly your Lord? You have to decide that. Listen to this challenging message about allowing Christ tor really be your Lord. 
Description:As born again believers in Christ, we SHOULD ALL be able to at least see the “Kingdom of God“. Yet most, if not ALL, of us need to see the Spiritual realm far more clearly than we do. We miss it because of our distractions in the natural realm. What is seeing the Kingdom of God? How can I see spiritual things more clearly? In the sermon series Vision 2020, pastor Jerry delves into the subject of seeing Spiritually and gives some insight as to where we, together, are headed as a church. 
For the most part, I don’t think Christians believe this scripture.If we did… We wouldn’t fear or worry so much about everything. We would trust God far more in our everyday lives ...and we would know, by faith, that God will take care of EVERYTHING that comes our way. We would realize that our eternal good, far out-weighs the good or bad we face in our present. We would trust that even the most difficult things in our lives, are working toward a greater Good.The Apostle says, in Romans 8:28, “We Know…” that all things work together... for good… to them that love God… to them who are the called… according to His purpose.Do YOU know this? ALL THINGS work for our good, as Christians. 
Closed Heavens Part 2

Closed Heavens Part 2

2019-07-0746:30

Is God even listening? Sometimes it feels as if we’re having a one-way conversation with God; we speak only to wait and wait and wait – straining in an effort to identify even a whisper in response. We begin to question if we’re doing something wrong, lacking faith, or even if God has forsaken us. The truth is, God is NOT lacking; yet, just as we have an expectancy from God, He has an expectancy for us. Our relationship with Christ requires a foundation of selflessness, obedience, and wholehearted pursuit. It’s time that we evaluate our actions and the potential effect we have in hindering the voice of God. Check out the 25+ reasons why prayers aren’t answered in the “Closed Heavens” series by Pastor Jerry Laudermilk. 
Closed Heavens Part 1

Closed Heavens Part 1

2019-06-3052:48

Is God even listening? Sometimes it feels as if we’re having a one-way conversation with God; we speak only to wait and wait and wait – straining in an effort to identify even a whisper in response. We begin to question if we’re doing something wrong, lacking faith, or even if God has forsaken us. The truth is, God is NOT lacking; yet, just as we have an expectancy from God, He has an expectancy for us. Our relationship with Christ requires a foundation of selflessness, obedience, and wholehearted pursuit. It’s time that we evaluate our actions and the potential effect we have in hindering the voice of God. Check out the 25+ reasons why prayers aren’t answered in the “Closed Heavens” series by Pastor Jerry Laudermilk. 
The Prodigal Father

The Prodigal Father

2019-06-1640:22

prodigal [prod-i-guhl]1. wasteful, careless, reckless 2. extravagant in giving, overflowing in graciousness, abundant in love. Prodigal -- one word encompassing what appears to be two contrasting illustrations. In actuality, these two images run parallel to one another with a unique correlation: grace.When looking at the Prodigal son, we often fail to see the character of the Prodigal father. Sometimes unconditional love looks reckless. Extravagant giving may appear careless. Overflowing graciousness might look wasteful... But we were once mirror images of self-indulgence until someone with extravagant love and graciousness said, "Come home."Listen to The Prodigal Father by Pastor Jerry Laudermilk for more on this topic!
Your Influence

Your Influence

2019-06-0238:29

The capacity to cause change is inside of you. In our day to day lives, every decision that we make is either influenced by others or has the potential to influence others. Actions reflect authentic character; you will live out what you really believe to be true. We have the potential to cause an eternal impact. Expanding influence, diminishing it, or wasting it is up to you. Listen to Your Influence by Pastor Jerry Laudermilk for more on this topic!
Urgent, pressing, calling for immediate attention. The world is in desperate need of the purpose that God has given you. Finding your purpose in the Kingdom of God dissolves complacency, and offers humility. Your role has the potential to leave a legacy of love and mercy; a legacy that has dual citizenship on Earth and in Heaven.As we persevere through trials, exemplify His love, and urgently proclaim His unwavering character, we find true intimacy with and better reflect our Creator. Do not delay, someone is counting on your obedience to God. Listen to The Urgency of Our Purpose by Pastor Jerry Laudermilk for more on this topic!
Honest to God

Honest to God

2019-05-1945:16

Jacob was a notorious deceiver -- even his name, something he responded to daily, convicted and reminded him of his past. Alone with God he cried out in desperation, "I will not let You go unless You bless me!" In one encounter, desperation can turn into destiny. Jacob, who the world once saw as a schemer, was renamed Israel-- Prince with God. The world may call you by your mistakes but the One who created you calls you by a new name. God wants for you to admit what you have been so He can reveal to you who you can be. It's time that we be honest with God... He knows anyway.Listen to Honest to God by Pastor Jerry Laudermilk for more on this topic!
Tragedy to Triumph

Tragedy to Triumph

2019-04-2247:56

In this second message of the Easter season, preached on Easter Sunday, Pastor Jerry takes us from where we left off last week, at the place of what looked like Jesus's greatest tragedy. Jesus seemed to have fallen from the pinnacle of His ministry, where he was being worshiped and proclaimed king and Messiah, to the place that the crowds had turned on Him and demanded His crucifixion! It appeared to be a great tragedy to all who beheld it, especially the disciples and Jesus's mother... But Jesus was not finished yet!  Stay with the story!  He not only returned from this tragedy to triumph, but he was victorious over Death and Hell!!. I hope you are encouraged and blessed as you listen, because in His triumph yours was insured if you will put your faith in HIM!Tags: Easter,Triumph, tragedy, crucify, crucifixion, Jesus, Risen, death, victory, salvation, Christ, Christianity, lifeEpisode is LivePublished: Apr. 18, 2019 @ 1PM EditUnpublishEmail or Embed this Episode
Triumph to Tragedy

Triumph to Tragedy

2019-04-1839:43

In this first message headed into the Easter Season, Pastor Jerry sets the stage by revealing what we call "Palm Sunday" must have looked like.  Jesus seemed to be at the pinnacle of His ministry and now He was riding in on a donkey, the historic transportation of Kings and Priests in Israel.  This was the fulfillment of several scriptures, but also a declaration of who He was, The King and The Messiah... But the Triumphal Entry turned to tragedy when the same crowd who praised Him, turned on Him... I hope you are encouraged and blessed as you listen!
Most Christians seem to take the attitude of a popular saying of the day when it comes to Christian Maturity. According to the saying from Chili Davis, “Growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional.” While the saying is cute and witty, it’s not reasonable when speaking of Christian Maturity.  Sure, we must remain child-like in our faith, but we are told to "grow up into the Head", Christ.  As a local body of believers, we should make it our priority that we grow up in Christ, become Spiritually mature Christians, TRUE disciples, so we can make true disciples and further the Kingdom of God.  Listen now to a message from Pastor Jerry to get you started, or help you progress, on the track toward Spiritual Maturity. 
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