1. His Grace Was Shed On Thee 2015-07-05 AM.mp4

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    July 4th Weekend 2015/07/05 - His Grace Was Shed On Thee Jeremiah 8:5-22 America is in the midst of an ecotone. Ecotone is a word from biology that describes where two different ecosystems are merging together, usually one being forced on another. An example is where the Mississippi river runs into the Gulf of Mexico and animals and plants, like it or not are all in part salt water. Some die as they can’t survive, some try to change but often end up becoming weak and are usually absorbed. But there are also those who were strong to start with or got strong and decided to do their part to change their environment, even if it was just where they were. America is in the midst of an Ecotone, where two cultures are colliding. In one culture the Bible is the overwhelming standard of right and wrong, not that everyone obeys it but we agree that it is the standard to be obeyed. In our culture, church is part of our life. It’s there that we make friends, meet mates, do good things and even address social issues. This culture is has Judeo-Christian ethics, family values, admires godly character and seeks biblical truth. But the other culture doesn’t recognize any of these. And we are witnessing a generation coming to age with no moral absolutes or Christian standards. We have schools where the Gideons aren’t allowed but Planned Parenthood is. We have public squares that don’t allow a manger scene but sponsor beer-fests.

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    • # 03 - Faith Brings Demands and Deliverance 2015-06-28 PM

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      Living By Faith - # 03 - Faith Brings Demands & Deliverance 2015/06/28 PM Exodus 16:4-18 The Christian's life is a test of faith that lasts from the moment of salvation until death, just like the forty year wilderness wandering of the Israelites was a test of their faith from the moment they crossed the Red Sea until they crossed over into the promise land. The Israelite wilderness wandering was a "type" or "foreshadowing" of every Christian's life. We can look back on all the struggles and successes of the Israelites during that period of time and learn many valuable lessons to help us with our Christian walk. Paul spoke of this in 1 Cor. 10:11. We can learn a great deal about what God wants and expects from us in this life by looking at what he expected of the Israelites, recorded just for us to learn from. Exodus 16 is just one example that we could look at and it’s almost comical. There are just some people that don’t listen, don’t obey and don’t have faith in trusting God. Moses told them exactly what the Lord had said and it was fairly basic. Quail would fall from the sky in the evening for supper, take what you need and the rest will be gone in the morning. In the morning, manna will be on the ground, gather what each person needs for the day, an omer (about a gallon). Don’t hoard it for it won’t last overnight except for the evening of the Sabbath, so gather trice as much that night as there won’t be any on Sabbath morning. Now those instructions seem pretty simple. That is, unless you’re a human!

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      • # 4 - Doing something great for God 2015-06-28 AM.mp4

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        Without A Vision The People Perish # 4 - Having a Vision to do Something Great for God 2015-06-28 AM 1 Chronicles 29:1-20 If you’re visiting, our church is voting today on whether to step out by faith and build a new church building one mile west of here. To bring you up to speed, or perhaps this is your church and you’ve been vacationing on Mars, the Lord literally gave us 20 acres of the best land in Iowa and the funds to develop it. But if we’re going to start the building next spring, because of the size and scope of the project, we have to decide now. But I know there is one looming question on everyone’s mind. How can we afford it? Maybe you didn’t know this but I know every church member and almost every regular attender and if we don’t know each other well, just stick around. I say that to set up that I know the collective mindset of our congregation, both what they want to do and what they have questions about. Here’s who we are… Those that attend HBC really truly love God. They’ve accepted Jesus as their Savior, believe the Bible, love their church, I think they like their pastor, and want to do the Lord’s will, want to reach more with the Gospel, teach more the Bible, and provide for more fellowship and build a larger church building. Those who’ve been around have already stepped out by faith before, know the Lord has provided thus far, always blessing our step of faith, often literally, miraculously. But being frail humans as we are, I understand the looming question.

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        • Toronto (YYZ) to Billy Bishop (YTZ)

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          On May 5, 2015, ‪#‎TeamOrnge‬ attended the GTAA Open House. Take a look at this time-lapsed video of Captain Adin “THE GOV” Garthwaite and First Officer Dave “CHOPS” Phillips flying from Pearson Airport to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport! --- Music: (INTRO) Stephen O'Brien: http://bit.ly/1LrASvi (VIDEO) The Jingle Punks: http://bit.ly/1FyOHQr

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          • # 3 - A Vision for God's People 2015-06-21 AM.mp4

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            June 2015 Series: Without a Vision the People Perish # 3 - A Vision for God's People 2015/06/21 AM Psalm 84:1-12 Likely in the heart of every Christian are the sweet memories or thoughts of a Bible believing church. It may be the church where they grew up in Sunday school or youth group. It may be where they were saved and baptized or where they married or dedicated their children to the Lord. Maybe it's the church that prayed for them and loved them through a difficult time or where a loved one was ushered to glory. It could be where they're growing into maturity as a Christian or enjoying the sweet grace of fellowship with other believers. There's something about that church that is spiritually refreshing. In our passage, the image is that of a company of pilgrims on their way to the Holy city, but to get there, they must pass through dry and thirsty lands. And along the way, they start thinking of others who will one day pass that way and so they take the time to dig a well, so that others on the journey can be refreshed. Notice how they longed to go to God's house(vs1-2) They loved everything about it. They thought it was beautiful and they couldn't wait to get there. These people knew that though it was an earthly place that it was the center of their spiritual life here on earth. When I was a kid, I couldn't wait to get to church, as that's where my Christian friends were, where my Sunday school teacher was, where we learned about the Bible. I'll be 50 next month and I still can't wait to get to church for the same reasons.

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            • # 02 - Does Faith Bring Righteousness 2015-06-14 PM.mp4

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              Living By Faith - June — Aug. PM # 02 - Does Faith Bring Righteousness? 2015/06/14 Hebrews 11:6-7 The unsaved world does not understand biblical faith. Warren Wiersbe, theologian and former pastor of Moody Bible church, said the reason that the world doesn’t understand what Christian faith really looks like is that they see so little of it in the church today. Wiersbe said that while Christians believe in saving faith, that they rarely show living faith. Wiersbe said the world will never believe in God more than we do and if we never step out by faith, the world will never notice the God of our faith. So what is ‘living faith’ or living by faith. The Bible says in Romans 1:17 that “the just shall live by faith”. Notice here that they are already just, so they are already saved, so this isn’t talking about having faith that God will save you but faith that God will guide you, lead you, provide for you. This is actually a quote from Habakkuk, where the O.T. prophet was saying that while the world may operate one way, filled with greed, selfishness, self-centeredness, always trying to address worries, find the unknowns, insure every risk, that believers, the just, should live by faith. That means that while we should be prudent, wise and prayerful, we don’t need to know all the answers, we don’t need to hoard earthly possessions, we don’t need to worry about what’s going to happen to us, we are able to see the unseen, understand the improbable and do the impossible because “the just shall live by faith”.

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              • # 2 - A Vision For Our The Next Generation 2015-06-14 AM.mp4

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                June 2015 Series: Without a Vision the People Perish # 2 - A Vision For Our The Next Generation 2015/06/14 AM Ecclesiastes 12:1 In Isaiah 55:6, we're told to seek God while He may be found and call upon Him while He is near. And so we could assume that if God can be found I because He is near sometimes, that there must also be I times that He is far off and unlikely to be found. So I when would those times that God is easily found be and what might happen that someone would find the Lord so far off, they may not hear Him? Well, maybe our verse today in Ecclesiastes will tell us and it seems that the younger they are, the easier it is to get saved. That reminds me of the story about the preacher who asked some boys where the post office was ... (by the way, I know where the post office is). I'm sure glad my home church had a Sunday school program that taught people the Bible and told everyone, including kids the Gospel (testimony of when I got saved). But why should a church make such efforts to win youth to Christ? When you're young it is easier to find God because they have less distractions "remember" Children don't worry about taxes or insurance. How many kids ask 'How's that creeping infection you had last month?' or 'How's your colon this week?' Solomon was encouraging people to "Remember" who created them before they grow up as they may forget all about God. You know, in all my years of witnessing about Christ, I've never met a child atheist.

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                • Living By Faith - # 01 - What is Faith 2015-06-07 PM.mp4

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                  Living By Faith - # 01 - What is Faith 2015-06-07 PM Hebrews 11:1-3 Everyone exercises faith in the things of men. Whether it be mailing a letter, taking medicine that a doctor prescribed or putting money in your bank, they all are having faith. But that’s faith in men. Spiritual faith has ever been, as the chapter goes to show, the very root & basis of true religion. Whether it be in worship of a God we cannot see or obeying principles from the Bible where we but assume they are true because the Bible says so or living our lives in a way that we know will be rewarded in heaven, not because we have been there but purely on faith that it is…all of these things & more are acts of faith. Faith is trust in things not yet verified by our own experience, it is hope in truths & principles not yet proven for our eyes to see in this life, it is an expected outcome of right, many times when wrong seems to be the prevailing opinion. Faith is assured conviction of what we know to be true though we could not prove it, even to our-selves through earthly means. Faith is divine in origin because it is mostly directed & ascertaining to our belief in God but even the ability itself is given to us by Him, though He certainly expects us to exercise it and grow in it. Faith is also a responsibility of every believer, for it seems there’s no one that the Lord is not trying to teach faith too.

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                  • # 1 - Having a Vision For Our Community 2015-06-07 AM.mp4

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                    June 2015 Series: Without a Vision the People Perish # 1 - Having a Vision For Our Community 2015/06/07 AM - Proverbs 29:18 This verse is often misunderstood, some thinking it has everything to do with having a vision for the future and others thinking it has nothing to do with having a vision for the future. Solomon wrote it to state the sanctifying effect that God’s Word can have. He wrote it not only for the people of his day but for all the people of God, for ages to come. He knew his history and was fully aware of what happened when there was no preaching of God’s Word. But he also wrote this as a call to every future generation to do all they could to keep God’s Word at the forefront of their lives and community. In Solomon’s day, God’s Word was delivered by Old Testament prophets, the forerunner to the New Testament preacher. Those prophets, who did not have the completed Scriptures heard God’s audible word, a prophetic vision they then preached. For example… Before the Bible was written, Abel testified, Noah preached, Abraham witnessed, and before God wrote even the first commandment, Moses was telling the Jews in Egypt of salvation and warning Pharaoh of judgment. Even David, Solomon’s dad was called a prophet and was given the vision of building a Temple for God. And all through Israel’s history, even after the Pentateuch was written, God laid on the hearts of those holy men of old, as St. Peter called them, to preach God’s Word to all that would listen, for by it, they learned of salvation and judgment.

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                    • # 3 - When A Conscience Goes Bad 2015-05-31 AM.mp4

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                      What’s Bothering You? How to have a clear conscience # 3 - When A Conscience Goes Bad 2015/05/31 2 Timothy 3:1-6 In Shakespeare’s play Lady MacBeth was at first seemingly kind & caring. Her husband was a noble in the Scottish court & they had no aspirations for power until a witch appeared & told Sir Macbeth that he’d one day be king. Until now, Mr & Mrs Macbeth liked King Duncan, but now this noble couple began to wonder how it would come to pass & began to plot how they could make it happen. And finally, consumed with the thought of being royalty, Lady Macbeth talked her husband into killing the king. But afterward her con- science began to torment her & she couldn’t find any solution to deal with her guilt. Of course, it was just a play, but it typifies what happens to a lot of people, when some desire or sin or evil notion overpowers their conscience & after a while their conscience becomes seared or hard. And as their conscience begins to scream that what they are doing is wrong, they further suppress it, until they can hear it no more, usually by going even further into sin. That’s what 1 Timothy 4:2 says. So today we’re going to look at some results of when a conscience goes bad. It will, of course, help all of us identify wrong behavior, hopefully before it gets too bad so we can correct it. We’ll briefly look at how bad it can get, which helps explain how someone can commit awful atrocities. And of course, we’ll look at God’s solution on how to fix a hard heart and how to have & keep a clear conscience.

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