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How might you describe the gospel of Jesus Christ, as a "just this" gospel or a "much more" gospel?  Three times in three verses, the apostle Paul describes the good news of Christ as a "much more" gospel!  In this podcast, Pastor Greg Whaley explores the "much more" of our gospel as we explore Romans 5:9-11 in this third teaching from the Monumental sermon series.  This sermon was delivered on Sunday, April 26, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening!

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We live in a world of full of crosses, some quite large and others quite small.  But what comes into our mind when we see the cross?  In this second teaching from Romans 5, Pastor Greg Whaley takes a look at Romans 5:6-8 to see how God's love is first and foremost a demonstrative love on our behalf.  The empty cross stands as a monument to this demonstrative love.  God's demonstrative love is what should come into our mind whenever we see the empty cross.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, April 19.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, Lousiana.  Thank you for listening!

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Romans 5 stands as a monument to the power of God's salvation plan for all of us through Jesus Christ.  Pastor Greg begins a new series in this important chapter called Monumental - A Study of Romans 5.  In this first teaching entitled Hope Does Not Disappoint, we look at Romans 5:1-5 as Paul explains the power of the hope we have in God through Christ and how it works its way in the life of the follower of Jesus.  It never disappoints!  This teaching was given on Sunday, April 12, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening.

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How important is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ to our faith? Is it possible to have a Gospel, or Good News, without Jesus rising from the dead? Listen as Pastor Greg Whaley teaches us about the centrality of the resurrection to our faith from Apostle Paul's discourse to the church or Corinth found in 1 Corinthians 15. This sermon was preached on Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015. This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, LA. Thank you for listening!

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Few of us like to wait.  Yet, the scriptures exhort the followers of Christ to always be waiting on the Lord.  In this sermon from the Songs for the Journey Series, Pastor Whaley takes us to another psalm of ascent, Psalm 130.  This psalm uses the simile of a watchman waiting on the sunrise to illustrate how we are to wait upon the Lord.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, March 15, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening!

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Psalm 124 is a psalm that reminds us, quite emphatically, that God is on the side of those who love Him.  In this sermon from the Songs for the Journey series, Pastor Greg uses Psalm 124 to remind us that because God is on our side, the body of Christ is resilient, rescued, and raised.  It is good news that we are to share with others who might think God is against them.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, March 8.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening!

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How are believers to pray in these uncertain days?  Continuing our journey to Easter Sunday, Pastor Whaley takes us to another psalm of assent.  Psalm 122 is one of the psalms used by the ancient Israelites as they made their way to the temple for worship.  It is a prayer of peace and it is a prayer that God always honors and a prayer that is always right to pray, no matter the circumstance.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, March 1.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening.

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First Baptist Church is making its journey to Easter Sunday.  Pastor Greg is using the Psalms of Assent as focus texts for our worship time.  In this sermon, we examine Psalm 121 which reveals an insomniac God who never fails us and is always on the job.  Our insomnia is a bad thing for us, but God's insomnia is a very good thing.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, February 22, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening.

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After verbally sparring with the religious leaders at the temple, Jesus brings His teaching to a close with a beautiful lament for Jerusalem.  Found in Matthew 23, these words serve as the focus text for the next sermon in our Every Day with Matthew sermon series.  In this sermon, Pastor Whaley examines the lament of Christ as a picture of the greatness of God's love.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, February 8, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, Louisiana.  Thank you for listening.

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In Matthew 16, Jesus uses a well-known metaphor to help his disciples understand the power of sin, even though it may not be as familiar to us today.  The metaphor is leaven.  In this sermon, Pastor Whaley examines how leaven works to understand its usage as a metaphor for the spiritual life.  Leaven can corrupt the good, or it can infiltrate the evil, but either way, it's potency is thorough.  This sermon was preached on Sunday, January 25, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening!

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