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by William Hewitt

Exodus 21:1-6 describes a judgment from God for what should happen when an Israelite man would have to sell himself to a temporary master. This sermon looks at some key points of that judgment and how it is still relevant to us today.

by William Hewitt

The defeat of the ancient Israelites has a lesson for us today.

by William Hewitt

These trying times remind us that we need to draw near to God. In the beginning chapters of Leviticus, God explains through the offerings in what manner we are to draw near to Him. Those principles are still relevant today, for us, through the perfect life and sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

by William Hewitt

What is repentance and why do we need to repent? This sermon examines the topic of repentance from dead works

by William Hewitt

Hebrews 6 tells us that one of the elementary principles of Christ is repentance from dead works. Before we can repent from dead works we need to know how to recognize them. Why are works important, what are dead works, and how do we know the difference between dead works and good works?

by William Hewitt

In this continuation of looking at the verses in Psalm 119 that pertain to loving God's law, we see in Psalm 119:165 that loving the law gives us great peace and security. Where does this peace come from? How do we learn it? And what changes in us does it make?

by William Hewitt

The Bible clearly teaches that we are to go on to perfection and become holy as God is Holy. How is that done? James shows us that one way we are perfected is through the trials we experience.

by William Hewitt

God commands that the Last Day of Unleavened Bread and the Last Great Day are to be sacred assemblies. A sacred assembly is much more than just a holy convocation.