Sep 18, 2015
A Journey Through the Bible: Why Suffering? Job 1-31
One of the oldest questions from man's lips is, Why does God allow suffering? Have you asked that question before? Have you heard anyone ask that question? We think it alright for the wicked to suffer, they deserve it, but not so for the upright, those we deem to be good. In this message we take a look at the premier example of suffering - Job. Pick up your Bible and follow along. Pass this message to someone else. Thank you for listening, and we hope that you are truly inspired and blessed.
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  • Sep 18, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: Why Suffering? Job 1-31
    Sep 18, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: Why Suffering? Job 1-31
    One of the oldest questions from man's lips is, Why does God allow suffering? Have you asked that question before? Have you heard anyone ask that question? We think it alright for the wicked to suffer, they deserve it, but not so for the upright, those we deem to be good. In this message we take a look at the premier example of suffering - Job. Pick up your Bible and follow along. Pass this message to someone else. Thank you for listening, and we hope that you are truly inspired and blessed.
  • Sep 10, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: Bones, Sticks, and a Kingdom – Ezek. 37:1-28
    Sep 10, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: Bones, Sticks, and a Kingdom – Ezek. 37:1-28
    Here is a fantastic message about how God will bring life to Israel, united them as one people, and establish His kingdom. This is truly a prophetic message for our times. Pick up your Bible and follow along. Invite a friend to listen with you. Share this site with others. Thank you.
  • Aug 30, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: Why are you weeping? Lamentations 1-5
    Aug 30, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: Why are you weeping? Lamentations 1-5
    Have you ever wondered what the book of Lamentations was about? Well, here is your opportunity to take a look at all five chapters. This is a very unique book. Each of its five chapters has a personal pronoun used, which lends to understanding the theme of the chapter. Why do people weep? A variety of reasons, and we will learn together why Judah wept, and why the prophet Jeremiah wept. Pick up your Bible and follow along. Invite a friend you join you. Share this site with others.
  • Aug 26, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: The Usability Factor – Ezek. 1-3
    Aug 26, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: The Usability Factor – Ezek. 1-3
    Pastor Kim shares seven steps to being used by God. Grab your Bible and follow along. Please share this message with others. Thank you.
  • Aug 23, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: Dream Interpretation
    Aug 23, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: Dream Interpretation
    The king had a dream and he wanted to know its meaning. He called together all his advisors, and he told them to tell him his dream, and its interpretation. If they could not, they were sentenced to death. God allowed Daniel to interpret the kings dream. God is the revealer of secrets. The king had a dream of the future, of four major world empires. Pick up your Bible and follow along. Invite a friend, and make sure your share this podcast.
  • Aug 14, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: God is in Control – Jeremiah 18-36
    Aug 14, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: God is in Control – Jeremiah 18-36
    Come and check out this great message and learn about the doctrine of the Sovereignty of God. We will take a look at some visual illustrations that God provides Jeremiah, and then we will walk through passages of Jeremiah and see that God is in control of Prophets, Kings, Nations, and Circumstances. Follow along with a friend and an open Bible. Please share this video with your family and friends.
  • Aug 4, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: Chosen by God Himself – Jer. 1-20
    Aug 4, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: Chosen by God Himself – Jer. 1-20
    Here is another message in our series: A Journey Through the Bible. We are already in the book of Jeremiah. In this sermon I stay in chapter 1, but my focus is chapters 1-20. Here we find the calling of the prophet Jeremiah. Listen along with an open Bible, and invite a friend to watch with you.
  • Jul 27, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: How God Changes People
    Jul 27, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: How God Changes People
    In this message we will take a look at how God changes people. We will see how God got the attention of wicked Manasseh, and how God changed his life. We will take a look at what the Bible teaches about about transformation. Please take your own personal Bible and follow along as you listen to this message.
  • Jul 21, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: Good King, Bad King, Our King
    Jul 21, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: Good King, Bad King, Our King
    Here is a message about Good King Hezekiah, Bad King Manasseh, and Our King Jesus Christ. In this message we are going to take a look at what a good ruler looks like, and then we are going to take a look at what a wicked leader look likes, and finally we are going to discover that although Judah had both good and bad Kings, that in reality they only had ONE KING - God. You and I today, who make up the Church also only have One King - Jesus Christ. Please pick up your Bible and follow along. Share this message with your friends. Leave us some feedback if you listen to this message. Thank you.
  • Jul 5, 2015A Journey Through the Bible: What is the HOPE of every Nation?
    Jul 5, 2015
    A Journey Through the Bible: What is the HOPE of every Nation?
    This is another message in our continuing series: A Journey Through the Bible. This message was preached on Sunday July 5th, the day after our nation celebrated its Birthday! This message is very relevant to where we are living today in the United States. In this message Pastor Kim answers three important questions: 1. What causes a nation to be hopeless? 2. What is the hope of every nation? 3. How does a nation maintain it hope? Please pick up your Bible and follow along. Share this message with you family and friends. Thank you.