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Proverbs 3:5 & 6

(5) Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. (6) In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

 

Brother Chris delivers a four part series from Proverbs 3:5 and 6.

 

In part one of this series, Brother Chris focuses on the topic “Why Trust God?” Bible truths express, abundantly, why we should trust God. Brother Chris brings out five points why Christians should trust not only that God is, but to trust in His promises.

 

Part 1 - Trust God - Click here to listen

 

In part two of this series, the topic is “Why Not Lean on Our Understanding?” Man’s nature is to trust in himself and in the things of this world. Brother Chris expounds, from scripture, the dangers of trusting the things of the nature of man and not the things of God.

 

Part 2 - Lean Not On Thine Own Understanding - Click here to listen

 

In part three of this series, Brother Chris examines what it is to “Acknowledge God.” Defining what it is to acknowledge God in all thine ways. Surprisingly, acknowledging God is not only verbally. Listen to part three to learn what ‘all thine ways’ means.

 

Part 3 - Acknowledge God - Click here to listen

 

In part four of this series (which started as a three part series), Brother Chris takes both the negative and positive positions concerning “…and He shall direct thy paths.” This is the conclusion of the series and important to understand what it is that God has promised to those who trust Him.

 

Part 4 - God's Path - Click here to listen

 

The Sermon on the Mount

When we examine what is commonly called the “Sermon on the Mount” several ideas emerge from this Sermon by Christ Jesus our Lord. There is, however, an overall theme; this theme is the contrast between what the scribes and Pharisees taught (self-righteousness) and that which Christ Jesus brings to light in the “Sermon on the Mount.”

 

Pharisees Righteousness vs God’s Righteousness

The Pharisees and scribes trusted in their own righteousness, as one can see in the Parable of the Pharisee and the Publican (Luke 18:9-14). They trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and despised others...scripture teaches. The entire “Sermon on the Mount” is Christ Jesus teaching how the child of God should be in his or her relationship with God, self and others.

 

Judge Not

In this three part series, Brother Chris examines Matthew 7, which is particular instruction from Christ Jesus as to our relationships with others, as children of God.

• Matthew 7 – Part 1 – Judge Not, the Negative Click here to listen

• Matthew 7 – Part 2 – Judge Not, the Positive Click here to listen

• Matthew 7 – Part 3 – Narrow and Broad Gate Click here to listen

 

 

Jesus' Last Seven Phrases

 

Father Forgive Them

Today Shalt Thou Be With Me

Woman Behold Thy Son

Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me

I Thirst

It is Finished & I Commend My Spirit

 

 

2015 Annual Meeting – January 9, 10, and 11

Our guest minister for Zion’s 2015 Annual Meeting was Elder Marty Smith, Pastor of Union Primitive Baptist Church in Roswell, GA. Brother Marty preach all four meetings and took part of the Communion Service Sunday afternoon.

 

“When You’re Tired” - Elder Marty Smith

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“If Your Hope Is In God…Don’t Live Of the World” – Elder Marty Smith

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“Put Off The Old Man and Put On The New Man” – Elder Marty Smith

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“Listen, Look, Don’t Be Afraid” – Elder Marty Smith

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