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Covid-19 Update: We are meeting for Sunday School at 10 AM and worship at 11:00. There are no evening services or other activities scheduled at this time. If you choose to join us there will be hand sanitizer and masks by the front door, please observe social distancing in the sanctuary. Sermons are also posted online. Be safe, stay well, and God bless.

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We Have an Advocate

We have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous, the propitiation for our sins.

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The Word of Life

John’s Gospel is something of a different flavor compared to the synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke. In 1st John he again immediately cuts straight to the chase. The chapter is short, only 10 verses, but shares the Gospel and offers much encouragement.

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The Day of the Lord

We finish 2nd Peter with encouraging final reminders: The day of the Lord will come. God is not slack concerning his promises.

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For a church the size of Unity Baptist the website has always done well. Week after week more people download the Sunday morning sermon than attend the in-person worship service. Our reach extends beyond the walls of the building and that is a good thing. It has just come to our attention that despite having followers on WordPress and Facebook, we have no email subscribers. Up until now there has been no way to sign up to receive emails. That is a design element that has simply been missing from our website. Until now.

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False Teachers

2nd Peter 2 describes false teachers and what their fate will be. Spoiler alert: it’s not good.

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Final Words from the Apostle Peter

The first sermon in a series from 2nd Peter. We went through 1st Peter back in 2019.

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Nothing New

The New Testament Christian church grew rapidly in the early days. Filled with the Holy Spirit, believers were on fire to spread the Gospel and build the Kingdom. But the things they were doing should not have been new or radical for God’s people. They were actually doing for the first time what God had always meant for his people to be doing.

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Fellowship of Believers

The early Christian church grew very quickly in the first century. Filled with the Holy Spirit the multitude of new believers can still teach us a thing or two.

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Peter’s Sermon, Part 2

Peter preaches the first Christian sermon, proclaiming that Jesus is both Christ and Lord, and calling on those in Jerusalem to repent, be baptized and receive the Holy Spirit.

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Peter’s Sermon, Part 1

After the Holy Spirit filled the house on the day of Pentecost, Peter preached what may be considered the first Christian sermon. We will look at his sermon from Acts 2 in two parts, beginning this week and finishing up next Sunday. Click here to read the text via Bible Gateway, click here to see the bulletin notes I often refer to.

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