Galatians 3:8-9

The Scripture, foreseeing that God would justify the Gentiles by faith, preached the gospel beforehand to Abraham, saying, “ALL THE NATIONS WILL BE BLESSED IN YOU.” So then those who are of faith are blessed with Abraham, the believer. {Gal 3:8-9 NASB} Justification by faith alone is a doctrine upon which the Gospel depends. Abraham […]

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In God We Trust: The Evangelical Worldview Problem

The Republican primary election in a Bible Belt state with the largest voting block of self identifying evangelical Christians was held last Saturday. The results of the election was the undisputed nomination of a serially unrepentant adulterer who owns casinos and strip clubs, promises retribution on his enemies, believes Planned Parenthood does good things, and […]

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Galatians 3:6-9, part 2

Righteousness can only be imputed from one person, Jesus Christ. All other claims to righteousness fall short and any effort to add to Christ’s righteousness or earn His favor ruin the grace that only He can give. Today’s sermon from Pastor Jimmy Caraway continues in Galatians 3:6-9

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Galatians 3:6-9

Imputation is the foundation of salvation in Christ Jesus. Abraham trusted God in faith, and it was accounted to him as righteousness. But was it his own righteousness? What about us? Can it be said that we earn our own righteousness through works or any other means? Pastor Jimmy Caraway explores these ideas in his […]

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Theology Thursday – The Trinity (part 2)

Last time with Theology Thursday, we began to work through one of the most difficult theological topics in all of Christianity; the doctrine of the Trinity.  We examined the 3 Persons/1 God construction to begin our last portion in mini-series on God’s nature.  Today, we’ll dive into understanding the divinity of each Person, discuss the Comma Johanneum, […]

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Interview with Gary Whipple

  Pastor Jimmy interviews missionary to Peru and Spanish speaking people in the United States, Gary Whipple.

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Elements of Effective Exposition: Clarity

Last week we began to look at the four Cs of expository preaching by focusing on conviction. This week I want to consider a second ingredient of powerful biblical exposition: clarity. Clarity seems to be in short supply these days. Tragically, preachers have substituted nuance for clear, incisive speech. While faithful preachers must assiduously avoid over-simplification of […]

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Galatians 3:3-5, part 2

Pastor Jimmy continues his sermon from yesterday on Galatians 3:3-5.

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