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Thank you for visiting our podcasts. We are a group of people who are growing in our relationship with Jesus and with each other. We are working to make a positive difference in ourselves, our families, and the community in which we live. We utilize an expository style of teaching, exploring the Bible and applying it to everyday living. For more information, visit us at www.bethelehemchapel.net. Enjoy the podcasts and feel free to listen as many times as you would like
 
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Series: A Life of Thanksgiving Speaker: Travis Woronowicz, Teaching Pastor/Elder Scripture: Philippians 4:8-9 1. Think about whatever is pure 2. Think about whatever is lovely 3. Think about whatever is commendable 4. If there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. 5. Closing Promise: The God of peace wi…
 
Predestination is much more than a theological term to be debated by scholars. When we see it in the light of what it really is – the pleasure of God – it becomes a revelation to us from the very heart of God. In this message, Brother Tim speaks of the pleasure of God in setting our destination. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/1…
 
When Jesus concludes his paradigm for prayer, he is showing us our desperate need to pray for heart direction. In this wilderness journey called life, just like our forefathers, we all have God's direction, but we have hearts that embrace unforgiveness, wander into temptation and are gripped by evil. Prayer and the intimacy with God it facilitates …
 
This week we hear our next Story of Resonance from a member of the Bethlehem community. Heather Kraft shares how she finds resonance with God’s Story through encountering the stories of others in her volunteer work. Heather is a Befriender at Bethlehem visiting hospitalized & home-bound members of the congregation where she gets to sit and listen f…
 
Praise Our Redeemer … Redemption Leads to Rejoicing! AIM: That your heart will well up with songs of praise and thanksgiving to the LORD because there is no one like Him in majesty and mercy. 1– He saves (Exodus 15:1-3) 2– He is glorious in power (Exodus 15:4-12) 3– He leads and redeems (Exodus 15:13-17) 4– He reigns (Exodus 15:18) 5– Sing to the L…
 
The first blessing named by Paul in Eph.1 is God’s people being chosen. And being chosen was not a random process, but a specific act of love by God the Father, the Son and Spirit. In this message, Brother Tim speaks of this great blessing. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/11.14.21.Chosen.In_.Christ.Tim_.McCool.mp3.mp3 11.14.2…
 
To render means “to give away to gain.” In the Kingdom, the only way to gain is to give away, and this goes against nature. In this message, Brother Luke Hagler looks at what it means for a child of God to render unto God. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/11.14.21.Render.Unto_.God_.Luke_.Hagler.mp3 11.14.21.Render.Unto.God.Luk…
 
One of the activities of the early church was to continue in the Apostles’ doctrine. In this message, Brother Tim looks at the doctrine, which he refers to as the marriage certificate, or covenant, and asks a big “What if?” http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/11.07.21.The_.Marriage.Certificate.Tim_.McCool.mp3 11.07.21.The.Marriag…
 
Fear is a powerful tool, and sadly, there are those in the religious world who capitalize on fear. The popular “left behind” series is an example of fear-driven tactics. In this message, Brother Luke presents the truth that dispels such fear – the fact that the Lord will leave none of His children behind. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uplo…
 
When Jesus tells his disciples to pray for daily bread, he is invoking the great Exodus story of their past. In so doing, he calls them to pray for provision and contentment. And as they will go on to see, he is ultimately telling them to pray for more of him. It's in Jesus that we realized the ultimate Exodus, meet God's provision and find true co…
 
This week we hear Jesus talking to his disciples about the temple where they find comfort and a purpose for their life. Then Jesus tells them that the stones of the temple they are admiring will tumble to the ground. We have our own temples today, places where we find comfort, meaning, and purpose. But like the temple in Jerusalem, our temples get …
 
Series: A Life of Thanksgiving Speaker: Travis Woronowicz, Interim Preacher Scripture: Philippians 4:4-7 1. Rejoice in the Lord always... and repeat. 2. Let our reasonableness be known to everyone. 3. Remember that the Lord is at hand! 4. Do not be anxious about anything. 5. Instead, in everything, by prayer, supplication, and thanksgiving, make ou…
 
Our Redeemer, Mighty to Save & Lead AIM: that you would TRUST the LORD, our faithful, ever-present Leader, our strong Deliverer, our mighty Redeemer, even when WE can’t see or understand. 1-Trusting the LORD our faithful, ever-present leader even when we can’t see (Ex 13:17-22) By faith he left Egypt, ... for he endured as seeing him who is invisib…
 
Over the past weeks, Brother Tim has been preaching about the 4 activities of the early church, specifically focusing on the “fellowship” part. As a conclusion on the subject of how to deal with offenses, Brother Tim looks at two examples of great offenses against our Lord, and how Jesus reacted. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/…
 
All Saints Day often reminds us of the sadness, loss and mourning we experience when a loved one dies. While this is considered a normal response to death, there is a significant difference in the type of grief evidenced at funerals. In our text, Paul reminds us that mixed in with our sadness is our Christian hope. He speaks of a significant differ…
 
The context of prayer is a holy God who comes down the mountain to engage with us - how miraculous! Our prayer then is in many ways a divine negotiation. We make our requests known while seeking God's kingdom and will. Likewise prayer prepares us to act. God's will and kingdom advance on earth as his people embody them in the particularities of the…
 
The 2:30am phone call that startles you awake starts you on a journey into grief and loss we know too well. We are created to be in relationship with our loved ones & neighbors and when they die, the lost relationship is isolating & painful. In worship this week we are celebrating All Saints, a time when we take time to remember and give thanks for…
 
Our Redeemer Reveals Himself in the Passover Lamb and Exodus SEE and TRUST Jesus, the Passover Lamb of God, God’s own firstborn Son, who died in our place! 1-Needing the Lamb (Ex 11) 2-Choosing the Lamb (Ex 12:1-6) 3-Killing the Lamb and Applying the Blood to the Door (Ex 12:6-7) 4-Eating the Lamb (Ex 12:8-16,43-47) 5-Eating Unleavened Bread (Ex 12…
 
It is easy to appear to be spiritual, just as the Pharisees did. But to be truly spiritual is not an easy path. In this message, Brother Tim focuses on how to handle being offended, and what it means to be spiritual when doing so. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/10.24.21.What_.is_.a.Spiritual.Person.Tim_.McCool.mp3 10.24.21.W…
 
The Son Stands Still – In the OT we read where the Lord made the sun to stand still to help Joshua. In this message, Brother Luke looks at this and another example where the Son of God stood still to help his children. http://www.bethlehempbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/10.24.21.The_.Son_.Stands.Still_.Luke_.Hagler.mp3 10.24.21.The.Son.Stands.St…
 
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