Sunday Worship 04/14/24

God’s Hand of Providence
[Romans 9:9-18] – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

We like the idea of God electing/choosing regarding salvation. We sing of the grace and mercy he bestows upon his people, but do we praise him when evil comes against us? God does show mercy, but Paul is adamant about telling the church in Rome that God also hardens whomever he wills.

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Sunday Worship 04/07/24

Blessed Assurance
[Romans 9:14-18] – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

The idea that we can understand the totality of who God is and how God works is not compatible with scripture. The apostle Paul is adamant in his desire to assure the Roman church that God’s election is undeniably based upon God’s purpose, not his chosen people’s performance.

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Sunday Worship 03/31/24

Easter Sunday: This Changes Everything
[Luke 24:36-49] – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

What events have truly changed your life? In the case of Christ’s death and resurrection, everything changed for everyone. Do you recognize Easter’s impact of on your life?

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Sunday Worship 03/24/24

Easter Parade
Luke 19:28-48 – Hugh Poland
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Please welcome Hugh Poland, Discipleship Pastor at Woodridge Baptist Church, as he brings God’s Word this morning. Some parades are fun, but some parades are a form of protest. In a tumultuous world of war, political unrest and selfish greed, we protest best when we join the parade to follow and praise Jesus as the only True King.

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Sunday Worship 03/17/24

Appearances are Deceiving, Part 2
Romans 9:6-13 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Pastor Paul continues his sermon from last week. The Israelites and many in the church believe that they are “IN” when in reality, they are not. God did not fail Israel, and he has not failed the church, but it might appear that way at times.

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Sunday Worship 03/10/24

Appearances are Deceiving, Part 1
Romans 9:6-13 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

There are times in life when we will be deceived, believing something that is not true. The Israelites and many in the church believe that they are “IN” when in reality, they are not. God did not fail Israel, and he has not failed the church, but it might appear that way at times.

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