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Tuesday, September 06, 2022

Sermon: Love thy Neighbor


Sermon: Love thy neighbor! - Good Samaritan
Speaker: Dr. Aaron Dawson
Date: Sunday Morning : 09-04-2022
Text: Luke 10

3 groups:

  1. A Levite, 
  2. a Priest, 
  3. and a Samaritan
He that showed mercy upon the Samaritan loved  his neighbor as his ownself.

1. Cognitive empathy
2. Effective empathy

Love others by treating them as Jesus would love them.
John - The world would know that we are Christians by our love for others.

Remember: Love Others!

Sunday, August 28, 2022

Sermon: Empathy: Love your neighbor as thyself!

Sermon: Empathy: Love your neighbor as thyself!
Speaker: Dr. Aaron Dawson
Date: Sunday Morning : 08-28-2022
Text: Ephesians 2:8-10

God wanted you just as you were made to be.

1. You are created by God. You are no accident.
We are a plan of God's master plan.
God created us on purpose. We are made for a 
reason. This brings peace. God knows us.

2. We are created by God. (for a purpose)
Unto good works.

Don't look at yourself negatively. You were created by the Master!

The Creation Podcast - ICR

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Jeremy's testimony is not an eloquent or elaborate testimony but it is genuine and truthful. Jeremy is a son of a free will baptist minister. Jeremy grew up in church as a preacher's kid. Though Jeremy knew all the lingo on the Bible, he was lost and needed to be saved. Jeremy's dad was the pastor of a small country church. He had a guest speaker to preach the evening service. Jeremy felt convicted of his sins and became focused on his dirty heart. On the way home after the preaching Jeremy asked his dad and mom on how he could be saved. They showed Jeremy how to be saved and he knelt down by his bed and Jeremy received Jesus Christ by faith. He became Jeremy's personal Saviour. Amen!