When the Church Mirrors the Culture [Revelation 3:14-22]

December 9, 2018

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Monty Simao 2014Sermon Notes

Date: 12/09/2018

Preacher: Monty Simao, pastor

Series: Revelation

Key Text: Revelation 3:14-22

Description: Of all the letters to the churches, it may be the most recognizable but least understood.

SBC logo 204x204Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the book of Revelation and shows us that the letter to the church in Laodicea is a letter of rebuke.

…And yet Christ offers a restoration so complete that it could only come from the Gospel.

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Following Jesus [Psalm 23:1-3]

August 20, 2017

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Keith Barker 2014Sermon Notes

Date: 08/20/2017

Preacher: Keith Barker, elder

Key Text: Psalm 23:1-3

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“How’s a person supposed to make good decisions!?? I’m trying my best… but a little help from Jesus would be nice.”

Many Christians have little to no confidence that they have Jesus overseeing their daily activities – the result, they make decisions which are contrary to a life of peace. Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Elder Keith Barker opens the Bible to the well-known Psalm 23, where we learn that, indeed, we are like sheep… often wanting our own way even when it’s the wrong way. But what we learn from God’s Word is that we can at any time ask for wisdom, and He promises to guide and provide… just like a good shepherd.

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Zeal for the House of God (part 1) [John 2:12-17]

February 12, 2012

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Date: 02/12/2012

Preacher: Frank Acevedo, elder

Series:  John

Key Text: John 2:12-17

Description: John recounts the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry when He attends the Passover at the Temple in Jerusalem. What He finds ignites His righteous anger and His zeal for the House of God is revealed in His actions.

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New Year New Life

January 1, 2012

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Date: 01/01/2012

Preacher: Frank Acevedo, elder

Key Text: Romans 6:4

Description: On this first day of the first month of the New Year we examine if we have indeed put on the new self who is being renewed daily by the One who created him.

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Feed My Sheep [1 Peter 5:1-4]

February 6, 2011

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Date: 02/06/2011

Preacher: Frank Acevedo, elder

Key Text: 1 Peter 5:1-4

Description: Hard-working elders may not have a showcase full of trophies and awards to show for a lifetime of toil in the vineyard of God, but one day the Chief Shepherd will return and fully reward His faithful under-shepherds.

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Servants in Submission to Their Sovereign (part 7) [1 Peter 3:8-9]

June 13, 2010

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Date: 06/13/2010

Preacher: Frank Acevedo, elder

Series: 1 Peter

Key Text: 1 Peter 3:8-9

Description: The Apostle concludes his teaching on submission with these two verses [3:8-9]. Whether it’s being in submission to every human authority, servants to a master, or even husbands and wives submitting to one another, we follow the example left for us by Jesus — we follow in His steps. Why? To inherit a blessing.

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Servants in Submission to Their Sovereign (part 3) [1 Peter 2:21-25]

April 19, 2010

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Date: 04/18/2010

Preacher: Frank Acevedo, elder

Series: 1 Peter

Key Text: 1 Peter 2:21-25

Description: The Good Shepherd is one of the thrusts of Biblical scripture. This illustration encompasses many ideas, including God’s care for his people and his discipline to correct the wandering sheep. The tendency of humans to put themselves into danger’s way and their inability to guide and take care of themselves apart from the direct power and leading of God is also reinforced with the metaphor of sheep in need of a shepherd.

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