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Perhaps there is no better juxtaposition between the rule of law and the reign of grace than the latter part of Hebrews 12.  It is there the Hebrew writer compares the kingdom of Mt. Sinai with the kingdom of Mt. Zion.  In this sermon from the Greater Than series, Pastor Whaley explores the difference between the two and sets forth truth that the greater kingdom of Christ speaks better than Sinai, cannot be shaken, and is expressed in thankful, adoring imitation of the author and perfecter, Jesus Christ!  This teaching was presented on Sunday, August 28, 2016.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, Louisiana.  Thank you for listening!

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On Easter Sunday, our sermon series shifts from King Saul to King David.  Where Saul was a picture of the man of the flesh, King David is a picture of the Messiah.  In this first teaching from the series, Salvation in a Sling, Pastor Greg compares David and his confrontation with Goliath to Jesus and His confrontation with death.  Like David, Jesus left His Father, refusing the weapons of the world, and utterly destroyed death and sin for all time in His battle on the cross.  This teaching was presented on Sunday, March 27, 2016.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening!

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We all know the biblical imagery in Revelation 21 used to describe heaven such as streets of gold and pearly gates.  Yet, immediately after those words, John give us a clearer picture of heaven that moves beyond mere physical description into the forever, kingdom life of the believer.  If we believe Jesus' prayer for God's will to be done on earth as it is in heaven, then we can know what heaven is really like by seeing and living the kingdom life of Christ here and now.  This teaching was presented on Sunday, October 18, 2015.  This podcast is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Bogalusa, La.  Thank you for listening!

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