Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Sunday Services--Please Don't make me Blush!

Sunday morning was a great service. A little odd, but it was a great one. The Lord moved in a mighty way. There were folks of all ages at the altar at one point or another. Many were burdened, but I beleive most of them got the help they needed. There wasn't a lot of singing or testifying, but there was a moving.



Sunday Evening I got to preach, I used this Title: "Please, Don't make me Blush", taking the text from Jeremiah 6:15, the people of Judah could no longer blush at sin. So with that thought I tried to give three things they may have said to avoid sin:

1. I want to feel good about myself
2. I don't want to Judge
3. I've just gotten comfortable

In winding the message down, I aske dthe question, how comfortable are you about sin. Can you still Blush, are you still embarrassed about sin?

Well, are you?

--Preacher

Monday, October 19, 2009

The Cross made the Difference

We had two great services yesterday. During the Morning service I preached "The Cross made the Difference". Without the Cross, where would you be? It was not just "a cross" but it was Christ's Cross.

Sunday night we has a surprize with Bro. David Bilyou (Blue). He played and sang for us, there was a sweet Spirit in the service. In both services actually, but I did preach on "Strange Things" last night.
To those who have never experienced the "New Birth", the miracles of Christ seemed strange.

--Preacher

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

I'm late!

Let me say first of all... I am so sorry to be this late in the updates.

Last Sunday's Messages (Oct. 4th) were added with no problem. Please visit sermon audio.com to listen.

This past Sunday's messages are partially added. You see Sunday Morning, something happened to the recorder during recording, therefore we did not get the message recorded. So we only got one from this past Sunday.

"The Blood of Christ"

Also, the last Sunday of September had the same problems.

--Preacher man

Monday, October 5, 2009

Sunday Services

I will probably post the messages tonight. May be this afternoon, but I'm dragging a little. My aplogies for that, but please check back soon for the updates!

--Preacher

Sermon Audio

I wanted to update everyone on what our internet ministry is doing. Below are the stats for the month of September. Please look at them and join in prayer with me about furthering the gospel through the internet.

September vs August

61% Increase in Downloads 239

75% Increase in United States Downloads 214

9% Increase in International Downloads 25

Last month I wrote about my desires to see downloads in all 50 states. We had 20 last month and this month we had 26. So we’re more than halfway there now.

I want to ask/encourage you to tell other about this ministry. There is no reward for a certain about of downloads, however the more people can hear the Word of God, the better the chances are that people get saved, or come back to Christ. I will give you a few websites I’d like you to visit regularly, if not you, email the links to your friends. Yesterday we preached in part about the Power of Witnessing, this is a powerful witnessing tool. Direct folks to either of these websites and the WILL get the Gospel. Once they are there, they also have the choice to choose other churches to listen to.

Please pray for this ministry, God has blessed in the 5 months that we’ve been doing this with over 600 downloads. That is 600 people that otherwise may not have heard the Gospel preached. You do have a part, so I ask you to join with me in this ministry.

www.sermonaudio.com/cedarbluffbc

www.cedarbluffbaptist.blogspot.com (You are here now)

Thank you everyone!

--Preacher

Thursday, October 1, 2009

How do we walk in the Spirit?

Galatians 5:16 says,  "This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh."

Have you ever read this and thought, "I would love to walk in the Spirit - but how do I do that? What does it
look like?"

A few verses later, Paul tells us in Galatians 5:22 what it looks like:

 "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith,Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law."

Walking in the Spirit produces the fruit of the Spirit. Well, that answers what it looks like - how about "how" to do it? Jesus Himself gives us the answer to this.

He said, "I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing." -John 15:5

When we abide in Christ we are walking in the Spirit and producing much fruit. The fruit looks like love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, Meekness, and temperance.

Let's keep our eyes on our Saviour and walk with Him. His yoke is easy and His burden is light.

God bless ya'll!
Beth

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