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What name is there by which we must be saved? Are names really that important? The Bible places great significance on names and each of God’s names are important. They reveal magnificent truths about who and what God is!

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Every shadow is an accurate, partial representation of the source from which it is cast. Whether it's a plane, tree, person, or the Sabbath. The Sabbath’s “shadow” is cast directly by the Lord of the Sabbath and involves His Law, His Church, His Second Coming, and His Kingdom.

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A human tendency is that we each arrive at church with an expectation of having our own needs met. “Will the sermon be interesting, the special music impressive, the fellowship stimulating, and the refreshments tasty?” we ask.

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In an age of time-saving devices, we are commanded by the Creator God to do something unique with the Sabbath day. That command is to keep the time of this day holy. In this sermon, we review this command and show how we can apply this command "to keep the Sabbath holy" in our lives today.

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In the Old Testament, there was a unique offering that took place during the Feast of Unleavened Bread. It was not until this offering was made that any harvest could be cut. So what is the significance of the Wave Sheaf Offering and does it hold any significance to us today?

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During Jesus’ final hours with His disciples, He promised to send “another Helper” as stated in John 14. In this Pentecost message, we look at this word “helper” from a technical perspective and see what exactly was given, and made available, on the Feast of Pentecost.

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We see the Israelites continually turn the focus back onto themselves and in various physical aspects of their lives. And yet God always commanded them to focus on Him; and by doing so, He would take care of them physically. As we come out of our own symbolic Egypt, are we any different?