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In this conclusion to our Jeremiah study, we take a look at God's final word through Jeremiah to his generation. While the people of Israel, refuse to heed God's Word, God reminds them that He will continue to work towards His redemption plan. We observe how God is always at work in history and amongst the nations. What may seem inexplicable, is gi…
 
In this message, we breakdown Paul's conversion and commission in Damascus. His transformation in Christ sets up the Church for a second wave of momentum, which will lead to the globalization of the Gospel.This chapter gives us a detailed look at the confidence God instills in Paul upon his conversion. We also are given two great examples to follow…
 
The middle of The Lord's Prayer is all about what we should ask for. Jesus tells us that we should ask for two very specific things, for gifts that God wants to give us. In this message we talk about how we should pray and trust God for both provisions and pardon. However, Jesus tells us to pray for just enough of this world's goods, while understa…
 
Jesus' Disciples asked Him to teach them how to pray, after observing His unique, deep, and intimate connection with God. In Matthew 6, Jesus teaches us how not to pray first, before giving us a template for approaching God.Jesus gives greater emphasis to how and to whom we pray, before even getting around to what we should pray for. We learn that …
 
Happy Lord's Day to you friends! In our second entry in the series on the doctrine of man Rev. Corey Hammond will discussing the Christian work ethic. We will be mostly in Genesis chapters 2 and 3. Facebook: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/corinthbaptistzebulon…
 
Good day friends. We hope this finds you well. We are excited to announce the start of a new sermon series from the pastorate here at Corinth called "Doctrine of Man" in this series we will be exploring what the Bible teaches us about human beings. We will be hearing from our student pastor Corey Hammond more as we make our way through this series.…
 
A sermon title Talk of Life & Death on the first half of the story of the two disciples on the Road to Emmaus found in Luke 24.13-27, preached by Rev. Howard Dudley at First Presbyterian Church of Dunn, North Carolina on the Third Sunday of Easter, April 18th, 2021.Howard Dudley による
 
If you've ever wondered if you can really trust God, Easter above all else, answers this question. Easter gives us multiple reasons as to why God is unquestionably trustworthy. Though we weren't owed anything, Jesus has demonstrated God's grace towards us. In His sacrifice, He was judged FOR us, In His death, He experienced separation WITH us. In H…
 
Promised and previewed long before, Good Friday provides the exclusive remedy for our sin. One cup was removed, and another was put in its place. What God supplied on the Cross can be applied to every heart that trusts in Christ. Enjoy this message about the Cross and a song about God's faithfulness ever since.…
 
Before Jesus would die on the Cross, He spent a few days with the Religious Leaders of Israel drawing a line in the sand. His actions in the Temple and conversations with its officials made it clear that Jesus came to end Religion and start something brand new. Monday through Wednesday of Passion Week highlights and contrasts the difference between…
 
The Triumphal entry is rightly known for attributing glory and honor to Jesus, but it should also be remembered for what it offers to us. In Jesus' choice of the cross instead of a throne, He opens the door for us to find victory over sin and death. In His death and resurrection, He would initiate a greater kingdom, and all are invited to enter in.…
 
Why did God become a man? If everything that ever has or ever will transpire is ultimately for God's Glory, then one would think that Palm Sunday answers this question. Of course God in flesh would come to rule and reign as King. However, Jesus' deference to the opportunity put before Him that day, shows that God's plans are so much purer and highe…
 
Happy Lord's Day to you friend! We are one week away from Easter and we find ourselves in the Gospel of Mark looking at the burial of Christ. We are in Mark 15:42-47 If you would like to know more about Jesus please feel free to leave us a message on Facebook. Facebook: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/corinth…
 
Throughout Jesus' three year ministry, it became clear that He indeed was from God. He demonstrated His power over the fallen world, and exerted His authority over the false hopes of the world. Many began to believe that He was the long awaited Messiah. His followers were convinced that the Messiah would set up an earthly kingdom that would bring t…
 
As we continue to ask, "Why?", this week we consider the subject of suffering, trials and hardships. In one of the earliest narratives of the Bible, Job reveals to us a perspective on suffering that remains the most inspired and insightful. All of the New Testament teachings use Job's beliefs and experience as the basis for how we should understand…
 
Acts features no shortage of miracles, from the Holy Spirt breaking language barriers to disabled people being healed to prison walls falling down. However, the greatest miracle may very well take place in Acts 9. Luke introduces us to Saul of Tarsus as the one spearheading the persecution against the Church. In Acts 9, we see that he isn't about t…
 
Happy Lord's Day to you friends! As Easter approaches we will be looking at three aspects of the Passion of Christ. Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection. In today's sermon Dr. Abernethy will be discussing the impact of Jesus' death. Facebook: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/corinthbaptistzebulon…
 
The Church in Acts has entered a new phase, becoming boundless and working towards a global stage. From Acts chapter 8 to 12, we see the Gospel impact people from all corners of the earth, showing the true power of the Gospel. Featured in Acts 8:26-40 is an Ethiopian Eunuch, who came to Jerusalem searching for hope but left disappointed. Thanks to …
 
Why did God make us? As in, all of us. We believe we are each made for His glory, but are our lives meant to intersect? Currently there are some 7 billion humans on the planet, inhabiting nearly 200 nations, belonging to one of several hundred ethnic groups. The Bible teaches that all of us were made in God's image. Together we paint the full pictu…
 
As the Lord would allow our journey through the Gospel of Mark has led us to the passion week in the weeks leading up to Easter on our calendars. Today we see and remember the suffering of Jesus as he took the punishment for our sins. We are in Mark 15:21-32 Facebook: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/corinthba…
 
A sermon titled In the Place of Another, on the story of Barrabbas & Simon of Cyrene as told in Luke 23.13-17, preached by Rev. Howard Dudley at First Presbyterian Church of Dunn, North Carolina on the Fourth Sunday of Lent, March 14th, 2021.Howard Dudley による
 
Dr. Abernethy brings his mid week bible study where we are making our way through the prophet Zechariah. We are in chapter 9 and God is promising that He will wage war against Israel's enemy. Ultimately we understand this to be a Messianic text. If you would like to know more about Jesus the Messiah please feel free to message us on Facebook Facebo…
 
Having been defeated and exiled, all seemed grim for the nation of Israel. However, Jeremiah 29-33 reveals that God is not done with Israel yet. The Old Covenant's inability to save has been proven, and a New and Better Covenant is promised. In Jeremiah 30, we hear how important the nation of Israel has been to God's plan to redeem and restore Crea…
 
Acts 8 is a pivot point for the Church. This is the moment the transition from local to global truly began. What began as a of safety-decision became a Gospel-decision. There would have been many temptations to remain in Jerusalem, but persecution forced them to remember their commission.The Disciples refused to let idols and idleness get in the wa…
 
Welcome to our brand new, pre-Easter series that's centered around a question we've all asked at some point or another: “Why?”We’ve all asked this simple, yet broad question before. No matter to whom we may be directing the question, or even if we’re just asking it rhetorically, we’ve all questioned the reason and purpose for any given thing. As Ch…
 
Good day to you friends. In today's sermon Jesus is accused of being the king the Jews and put to death for being the same. We will be studying Mark 15: 1-20 website: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Facebook: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.comCorinth Baptist Church による
 
Dr. Abernethy continues his mid week study through the book of Zechariah. Tonight's lesson is in chapter 9. Here we see Zechariah foretelling the coming of a righteous king to bring salvation. website: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corinthbaptistzebulonCorinth Baptist Church による
 
In today's sermon we finish up Mark 14 and in verses 53-72. In our Gospel journey we find ourselves in the middle of Jesus' trial before the religious leaders. We will be discussing who Jesus is and why that causes us to reject him. website: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corinthbaptistzebulon…
 
While it had faced it's share of hardships, the Church was on the cusp of local prominence and security by Acts 6. The leaders had shown boldness against opposition and it was becoming organized and engaged in local ministries. Yet, things change rather quickly with Stephen's arrest and martyrdom. The Church suddenly is facing an outbreak of state-…
 
Ruth's story is ultimately all about finding a place in God's Story, about her coming to belong and being included in God's Family. From the beginning, there's a sense of unrest in the world, and Ruth particularly is longing to find rest. Of course, this is what our faith is all about. The Gospel's invitation isn't for us to find improvement, but r…
 
Jeremiah 29 is one of the best known passages of the Bible, containing one of the most quoted promises from God. Most of us don't realize that that promise is a follow-up to a very important commandment from God. Jeremiah writes to his brothers and sisters in exile with a message of hope and purpose. In this text, we hear God's instructions for the…
 
A few chapters into Acts, the Church was going strong. It had established itself in Jerusalem as a force for good and began making an impact beyond the Jewish people. This was a pivotal moment in history, as Jesus had destined the Church to grow beyond Judea. In many ways, the Jewish opposition that came against Stephen is much larger than just Jud…
 
The Gospel is on display and detailed in every book of the Bible, but Ruth 2's presentation is especially rich. Ruth came into the land of Israel having heard about the Jewish God, hoping to experience His goodness. However, she never could've expected the favor that was about to be poured out for her. She meets a one of a kind man, who unbeknownst…
 
Happy Lord's day to you friend! Today we continue our sermon series through the Gospel of Mark. In 14:26-52 we see Jesus being betrayed and all of his disciples fall away. We have all denied Jesus at one point in our lives and proven ourselves unfaithful. If you need to speak to someone about Jesus please feel free to reach out to us. Facebook: htt…
 
Ruth is the culmination of so many previous storylines of the Bible. The sin of Sodom, the tragedy of Lot, the thorn of Moab, and years of stumbling out of God's Will, all come together in a surprising and remarkable way.As the Judges' Era crashes and burns, Israel believed it was on the brink of suffering God's judgment. Many began leaving the lan…
 
Happy Lord's Day to you my friend! Today we have a special guest to bring us The Word today. Our dear brother in Christ Rev. Corey Ickes brings his passion for The Truth. Rev. Ickes continues our sermon series through the Gospel of Mark. Today we are in chapter 14: 12-31. Website: https://www.corinthbaptistzebulon.com…
 
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