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The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Tenth Commandment (Part 2)

Pastor Babij continues his look at the last of the Ten Commandments and its prohibition against covetousness. Pastor Babij warns how easy coveting is and how difficult it is to detect. Pastor Babij then explains several warning signs of a covetous heart along with several admonitions and remedies against covetousness. Full Transcript: We’re are still…

Abram and Lot

Answers Bible Curriculum Second Edition Unit 3 Lesson 34 This week in Sunday school, we look more at the life of Abram. Abram and Lot eventually have to separate from each other. Why was this separation important in God’s sovereign plan? How does this event become an occasion for displaying Abram’s faith in God? And…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Ninth Commandment (Part 2)

In this sermon, Pastor Babij looks again at the ninth of the Ten Commandments (“You shall not bear false witness”), focusing on gossip as a form of lying. Pastor Babij explains three important truths from Scripture about gossip: 1) The gossip’s character 2) The gossip’s motive 3) The results of gossip Pastor Babij shows from…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Ninth Commandment

In this, sermon Pastor Babij returns to his series on the Ten Commandments by looking at the ninth commandment: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” Pastor Babij teaches that the main purpose of the command is to maintain an accurate witness. Pastor Babij also explains what kind of actions the ninth commandment…

One Race: The Human Race

Answers Bible Curriculum Second Edition Unit 4 Lesson 31 In this lesson, we want to consider several questions related to the Babel division of Genesis 11:1-9. What were the world’s first people groups and where did they settle? Did cavemen ever really exist? And if all humanity is really one race, why do today’s people…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Fifth Commandment

In this sermon, Pastor Babij focuses on the fifth of the Ten Commandments, the command to honor one’s mother and father. Pastor Babij first points out this command’s transitional position within the Ten Commandments, moving from responsibilities toward God to responsibilities toward men. Pastor then explains the two key components of this particular rule: 1)…

Why the Forgiven Always Forgive

In this sermon, David Capoccia examines Jesus’ teaching on forgiveness in the parable of the unmerciful slave in Matthew 18:21-35. David Capoccia explains how Jesus, through the parable, gives three reasons why God’s children, the forgiven, always forgive others: 1. God has forgiven our great debt. 2. God demands we forgive lesser debts. 3. God…

The War Within: The True Source of Your Quarrels

In this sermon, David Capoccia examines the apostle’s teaching in James 4:1-10 as to where conflicts and quarrels come from and what believers must do about them. David Capoccia explains the passage with the following outline: Three Steps to Reveal and Heal Our Quarrels and Conflicts 1. Understand the True Source: Idolatry 2. Understand the…

The Destiny of the Christian: The Holiness of Salvation, Part 4

In this sermon, Pastor Babij continues his lessons from 1 Peter and expounds Peter’s fourth introductory exhortation: to love one another. Pastor Babij shows from various scriptures three biblical aspects of the love Christians are to have for one another: love’s origin, love’s terms, and love’s qualities. Full Transcript: We have been looking at the…

Be An Encourager

Is your life an encouragement to God’s people or a discouragement? In this special New Year’s Eve sermon, Pastor Babij goes to the book of Numbers to examine the sin of discouraging others. Pastor Babij discusses three main ways Christians can become discouragers and then looks at four qualities of the truly encouraging person.