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Sermon Wrap-Up for November 10

Good Morning. I was able to freely preach the Word of God yesterday, and that freedom truly goes back to a group of militiamen in April 1775. It has been zealously guarded by generations of men and women, some conscripted to its protection and some volunteered, but none were left unchanged. I have long wondered how to best honor the legacy of those who serve, including my own father. Thank you seems to be inadequate, but there is precious little else available. So, Thank You. We must never forget nor abandon the freedoms you all helped secure, and forgive us for not heeding the warnings of those whose blood poured to preserve us all.

Morning Sermon: (Click title for audio)

Hebrews 13:1-4 November 10 AM Almyra FBC

I. Love of the Brethren--the community of love for Christ

II. Remember those imprisoned for their faith

III. Be grateful for what you have that keeps you out of prison

IV. Do not equate your troubles falsely with real troubles

November 10 AM Sermon from Doug Hibbard on Vimeo.

 

Evening Sermon:

Hebrews 13:8-9 November 10 PM Almyra

I. Sameness of God

     A. Not a boring sameness

     B. Stability

     C. Immutability

     D. Fixedness

II. Instability of mankind

     A. Strange teachings

     B. Grace

     C. Not fixated on the body.

November 10 PM from Doug Hibbard on Vimeo.

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