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by David Dobson

The apostle Paul had lots of experience appealing to church members to live and work together in peace. This sermon addresses several of his statements regarding unity in the Body. He reminded brethren that they are members one of another.

by David Dobson

Our participation in the Passover proclaims our faith in God's existence and His plan. By taking of the bread and wine, we profess our faith in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ for our sins. This sermon considers why faith is necessary and offers steps we can take to increase our faith.

by David Dobson

"Hyssop" appears twelve times in scripture, always in the context of covering sin. The use of hyssop in Exodus to brush the lambs' blood on the door posts prefigured the shedding of the Lamb's blood for human sin.

by David Dobson

The gospel accounts describe the death of Christ as a reporter would tell the news. The authors tell the story based on first-hand accounts. Yet in Psalm 22, David prophetically foresaw 1,000 years in advance the very words, feelings and actions of Jesus during His crucifixion.

by David Dobson

To understand the working of sin in our lives we should look for its roots. Sin began with the devil. Satan turned down the path of pride and seeks to lead us in the same direction. Scripture strongly condemns pride and exhorts us to walk the path of humility that leads toward God's Kingdom.

by David Dobson

By looking at the gospel of Matthew we find various subjects to consider as we look to this coming Passover season. Matthew discusses our ongoing command to repent, the need to live by every word of God, prayer, forgiveness, judgment, love, faith and reconciliation.

by David Dobson

This sermon draws several lessons from the life of Samson. His story teaches us to reach out for the very best and to deeply appreciate God's truth. It also teaches us that true strength comes from God.

by David Dobson

This sermon discusses a number of figurative ceremonial laws and how they may apply in principle in today's Church. The sermon considers laws of purification, laws of quarantine, wearing phylacteries, laws of revenge and polygamy.