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Paul describes the sermon as: In 1 Corinthians 16:13-14, Paul is speaking to the leaders in the church, but his instruction is valid for all men and women. We should watch, stand fast in the faith, be bold like men, and be strong in the Lord. All this is to be done with love. This message is directed towards dads and men, but is important for all of us.

Paul used the following scriptures: 1 Cor 16:13-14, Heb 13:5-6, 13:17, 1 Pt 5:8, Ps 46:1-3, 62:5-8, Prov 28:1
Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  6-15-19 sermon  (43 minutes)

 

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Paul describes the sermon as: God’s Spirit is the driving power of the church. We are absolutely dependent on the Holy Spirit. The Spirit is present for all who are a part of the body of Christ. The conditions to experience God’s Spirit have never changed. The blessings of God’s Spirit are important for the health and growth of the church. By God’s Spirit we can be renewed, revived, changed, and transformed.

Paul used the following scriptures: Psalm 103:2

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  6-8-19 sermon  (48 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: There are many hard to understand things in the Bible. But, the gospel should not be one of them. God has made the gospel message to be understood by all that all might believe and confess Jesus as Lord.

Paul used the following scriptures: Deuteronomy 29-30; Romans 10

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  6-1-19 sermon   (37 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: Christ’s example is the most important for us to follow. If we are following after Him, our example becomes important for others to understand God. The family dynamic provides a means to understand Jesus Christ. With the home, we can understand His love for us, that we are to follow Him, and how He loves those new or weak in their faith. .

Paul used the following scriptures: Eph 5:22-6:4

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 5-25-19 sermon  (36 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: In Joshua 24, the people of Israel had a successful military campaign. After Joshua had successfully led God’s people to the promised land, Joshua called the people of Israel to build an altar and dedicate themselves to the Lord. He called them to fear the Lord, serve Him, repent of serving other gods, and to choose the Lord. Joshua told the people that regardless of what they choose, “Yet, as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.” We have the same choice for our homes and families
May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you.

Paul used the following scriptures: Joshua 24:14-15; Pr 16:6; Ps 34:18; 100:2; 145:19; Matt 3:8; 10:28; Acts 2:38; 17:25; Rev 14:7
Listen to audio of the sermon here ->   5-18-19 sermon   (39 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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May 11, 2019 – Sermon on the “Guided by wisdom“ by Paul Pedersen

Paul describes the sermon as: A home built by God’s wisdom is a home established in righteousness. In this message, we focus on three commitments. The first commitment is: I will guide my home by God’s wisdom. Human wisdom is good, but God knows best for our families. We need His wisdom. The second commitment is: I will guide my home with the fear of the Lord. The scriptures tell us that fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge. The third commitment is: I will guide my home toward righteousness. God’s wisdom will guide us towards living rightly before Him. Fear of the Lord will compel us to live upright in His eyes. When we guide our home by these standards, we can then experience the blessings He promises for our homes.

May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you.

Paul used the following scriptures: Prov 24:3-4. 1:7, 2:20-21, Eph 3:14-15, Matt 7:24-27

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 5-11-19 sermon    (33 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: After Solomon finished building the temple, he consecrated it to the Lord. The Lord declared that He would put His name there. That is the same thing we need for our homes. What was true for Solomon can be true for our homes too. When we commit our homes and families to God, we can also believe God for Him to bless them.

Paul used the following scriptures: 2 Ch 7:14-16; Ps 51:10, 12, 17; 119:105; Pr 18:10; Jas 4:10

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 4-27-19 sermon   (41 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: Jesus rose from the dead, and this gives us supreme hope. We too will rise from the dead and have eternal life. In Mark 16, the women going to Jesus’ tomb found the stone rolled away which was blocking the entrance to the tomb. They saw a young man, an angel, clothed in a white robe, sitting by the tomb. They were afraid. The angel spoke to them. We will examine closely what the angel said.

Paul used the following scriptures: Mark 16:6-7, 15

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->  4-20-19 sermon  (33 minutes)

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Paul describes the sermon as: Mary of Bethany loved Jesus. At dinner, she broke a jar filled with costly pure spikenard, poured it on his head and feet, and rubbed it into his feet with her hair. In this act, Mary showed a love that was costly and extravagant. What would it be like for us to have a costly, extravagant love?

Paul used the following scriptures: Mark 14:1-9; John 12:1-8

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->   4-13-19 sermon  (44 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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Paul describes the sermon as: In Mark 12, Jesus meets a scribe who challenges Him to answer the question: “Which is the first commandment of all?” Jesus’ response is for us to love God and our neighbors. This does not give us an excuse to ignore God’s commands. Instead, we are to see the importance in who the Law Giver is. We are to also see what our motives should be in keeping His commands. .

Paul used the following scriptures: Mark 12: 28-34, Isaiah 45: 5-7, Exodus 6:7

Listen to audio of the sermon here ->   4-6-19 sermon  (34 minutes)

Paul Pedersen is the pastor of the Conroe Texas Church of God 7th Day

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