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by Gary Smith

In this sermon Mr. Smith presents the first of a two part sermon on health and healing. The Bible tells us to take care of our bodies to glorify God who dwells in us through his spirit. But human life is not eternal life and as we grow older health issues arise in our lives.

by Gary Smith

In this Bible study Mr. Smith goes through the book of Hosea. He presents the six key points of the book and then covers three of these in detail by covering verses in the book on those points.

by Gary Smith

This study begins a new Bible study series on the minor prophets. In this study Mr. Smith gives an introduction to the minor prophets and then goes into the background of Hosea.

by Gary Smith

In this sermon Mr. Smith asks the question, should we pray for those in the world? He first points out several passages in Jeremiah that, if taken as the only verses on this subject, would lead us to conclude that the answer is no.

by Gary Smith

In this Bible study Mr. Smith looks at the term remnant that appear several times in the Bible where when God brings on punishment he saves some out of it such as Noah's family in the flood.

by Gary Smith

In this sermon Mr. Smith concludes his sermon series on tithing by looking at three passages in the New Testament. He first covers Matthew 23:23 and then the opening verses of I Corinthians 9 that some try to use to show tithing does not exist after the end of the old covenant..

by Gary Smith

In this second sermon in his series on tithing, Mr. Smith looks at what the Bible says on this subject from Exodus through Malachi. He explains why tithing is not mentioned in Exodus than looks at the detailed principles of tithing given in Leviticus and Numbers.

by Gary Smith

We want God's character to be permanently developed in us. In this split sermon Mr. Smith looks at some of the qualities of God that God will put in us if we develop his character within us as we live our present lives.