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Suffering

This week, Pastor Bob Adams is out on mission to Seldovia, Alaska.  In His absence, Minister to Students ably fills the pulpit by looking at several of the minor prophets and examining their comparable themes on suffering.  He ends by teaching that through our suffering, God is glorified and we are able to testify to others of His faithfulness.  This sermon was preached on Sunday morning, July 29th, 2012.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, LA.  Thank you for listening.

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Romans 5 introduces us to yet another key word in the vocabulary of grace: reconciled, or reconciling, or reconciliation.  By asking the very important question, "Why did Jesus have to die?", Pastor Adams explores the depths of the reconciliation that is wrought in the death of Christ.  Jesus' death is a true reconciliation in that it is the only thing that can truly save us.   This sermon was preached on Sunday morning, July 22nd, 2012.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, LA.  Thank you for listening.

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Does God's care and love for us depend upon our actions and obedience, or, is grace bigger than I can imagine?  Pastor Adams continues adding words to the vocabulary of grace through our ongoing message series in the book of Romans.  This week he turns toward the end of Romans 4 where the words grace (the air we breathe), faith (the response we make), and promise (the reason behind it all) are added.   This sermon was preached on Sunday morning, July 15th, 2012.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, LA.  Thank you for listening.

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Freedom Sunday is always a special day of worship at First Baptist Church as we both give thanks for our great nation and worship the One who gave it to us.  Many believers today come to our nation's birthday celebration with a spirit of fear, surrounded as we are by natural disasters and bad economies and violence and partisan politics.  Much like the boat-bound disciples of Matthew 8, Jesus asks us, "Why are you so afraid?"  This sermon is both a proclamation of the Lord Jesus and a call to live by His Lordship and His Presence!  Only then are we truly Christian patriots.  This sermon was preached on Sunday morning, July 1st, 2012.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, LA.  Thank you for listening.

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