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December 2011

“Word Of The Father”, December 18th, 2011, (24:40) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) “The Word” means something taught, the divine expression of those things Jesus taught.
2) The good news of the gospel should “drive” our life.
3) Jesus had the purpose in life on earth to shine the light of the word of God.
4) This word is still available to us today, if we seek it.
5) John was sent to bear witness of the gospel.
6) It is our calling as well, to learn and bear witness of the gospel.
7) We can show our love for God by keeping His commandments.
8) To believe in Jesus’ name, you must accept the authority of Jesus to bring the gospel and you must follow the commandments of God.
9) To say you believe in Jesus, and then think there is nothing else required of you, is contrary to the gospel Jesus brought to man.
10) When you truly believe in the gospel Jesus brought, you have the opportunity to receive his fullness, which is immortality and eternal life.

John 1:1-16


John 3:16

 

 “A Unified, Single Purpose Truth”, December 11th, 2011, (25:28) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) God’s work cannot be overthrown, therefore we must be careful not to fight against the will of God.
2) Even with the best of intentions, if we return our soul to God, without having given it the proper care, our soul may be lost.
3) If more people would accept the standards from God, found in the Bible and the Book of Mormon, much more could be accomplished.
4) There will be a just reward for the care you have given your soul.
5) The truth often offends people when it gets in the way of traditions.
6) To truly understand the gospel, you must gain knowledge through studying the scriptures.
7) Once you have gained knowledge of the scriptures, you can gain wisdom through the power of God’s spirit.
8) You must have knowledge and wisdom to be able to righteously share the gospel with others.

Acts 5:38-39


2nd Timothy 3:5


1st Timothy 4:1-2


Proverbs 1:1-33


3rd Nephi 4:47-63

 

“Stewards Of The Mysteries”, December 4th, 2011, (45:15) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Our faith increases as we allow God to increase our understanding of His Word.
2) The scriptures teach us about God’s commandments, not God’s suggestions.
3) We have a choice, we either believe God or we don’t. There is no half-way or gray area.
4) As God reveals His spirit to us through the word, we have a choice to either accept or reject His word.
5) God has created a “waster” to destroy the disobedient. In today’s world, this could very well be in the form of enemies to Christianity, such as extreme religious sects.
6) There is no other foundation other than Jesus Christ, that we can build our faith upon.
7) Our church and our faith should be like a well built building, “fitly framed together”.
8) Man’s tendency is to add to or take away from God’s word.
9) When we do not abide within the commandments of God, we will not receive God’s best.
10) “Shadowing with wings” means that there is a terrible thing about to happen to that which is “shadowing with wings”.
11) The hand of God is active today on the face of the earth.
12) The promises of God will be fulfilled.
13) When you do all you can do to follow God’s commandments, then is God’s grace sufficient.

1st Corinthians 3:10-11


1st Corinthians 4:1-2


Ephesians 2:21


Isaiah 18:1-7


Revelation Chapters 8-10


Joshua 24:15


Luke 13:27


Moroni 10:29

 

November 2011

“Be The Person God Has Called You To Be”, November 27th, 2011 (37:21) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) We need to be prepared for the end times, as the events that are happen around the world today are fulfilling prophesy found in the scriptures.
2) We must put our faith and hope in God, for the things of the world could be destroyed at any time.
3) We have a daily choice between serving the Lord or serving the material things of the world.
4) We must choose to utilize the talents that God has given us, working to grow those talents.
5) Seeing someone involved in building the kingdom of God is much more powerful than listening to a sermon.
6) The times that we are in make it easy to become overwhelmed with out daily routines. But we must put God first in our lives, making time to pray, study and witness to others.
7) God has put each of us on earth for a purpose. We must shine as a beacon to bring others to the gospel.
8) To have true fellowship with others, we must be concerned for others, working to build each other up.
9) When we overcome the temptations of the world and sincerely repent of our sins, God has great blessings for us.
10) Someone who knows the gospel, but chooses not to follow God’s commandments, is a liar before God.
11) We must embrace the word of God, anchoring our lives with all our heart, mind and soul in a strong foundation.
12) God wants to gospel to make a difference is our lives, which in turn, allows us to make a difference in the lives of others.

1st John 1:1-10


1st John 2:16


Philippians 2:12


Matthew 25:13-31


James 1:22


Revelation 2:7


Luke 15:11-32


Matthew 22:36


1st Corinthians 1:10

 

“Don’t Allow Yourself To Be Separated From God”, November 20th, 2011 (30:36) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) We don’t always know what to ask God for.
2) We must trust God to guide us in the direction we need to go.
3) Abba Father refers to the close relationship that a father and son might have.
4) No matter what you are enduring in this life, it is not ever worthy to be named with the glory that will be revealed to us.
5) We need to be willing to give up the things of this world to receive the blessings of God.
6) We need to ask God to help us overcome our sins.
7) Hope that is seen is not hope.
8) We must have faith in God for the hope of salvation.
9) We must have patience in waiting for God, spending our time serving God.
10) Those desires within us are not always able to be focused upon. We should ask God, through The Holy Spirit, to guide us in all things.
11) Many things can separate us from God, especially when we choose not to rely on God and The Holy Spirit.
12) Nothing can separate God’s love from us.

Romans 8:14-28


Romans 8:35-39

 

“We Control Our Destiny With God”, November 13th, 2011 (39:52) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) God’s promise of salvation was only given to the House of Israel.
2) Celestial glory will be free of deception, with everlasting light coming from God.
3) We must hold those who claim to be prophets to the standard found in the truth of the gospel.
4) We must not allow anything outside of the gospel to be a part of our worship or a part of our lives.
5) When a man chooses to change the gospel to fit his desires, God will withhold the true gospel from that man.
6) When man allows evil things into his life, he is allowing Satan to take a hold in his life, loosing the ability to recognize evil things and keep evil things out of his life.
7) God will reward each of us according to our works.
8) We control what we know and believe.
9) We must follow the truth, staying strong in the faith. God does not like those who are lukewarm in the faith.
10) We must study the patterns of the past to understand how the people where deceived and learn from their mistakes.
11) “God said it, I believe it, That settles it!”

Hosea 9:8


Isaiah 21:5-6


Revelation 21:22-27


Revelation 22:1-9


Revelation 2:1-23


Revelation 3:1-22


 

“We Have Hope For Salvation Through The Gospel”, November 6th, 2011 (24:28) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) We have hope that Jesus will return.
2) Jesus’ sacrifice for us was not an easy task, but he obeyed God saying, “Thy will be done”.
3) If you love Jesus, keep his commandments.
4) To be able to repent, you must have knowledge of the true gospel.
5) When you ignore the word of God, you lose hope for salvation.
6) The scriptures confirm that Jesus will return within the lifetime of our generations.
7) By studying the scriptures, we can gain the faith necessary to put our trust in God.
8) Jesus’ sacrifice for us was not in itself enough for our salvation. We must also study the gospel and follow God’s commandments.

Romans 10:9


Hosea 4:6


John 14:2-6


Hebrews 2:1-3


Romans 11:33-36

 

“The Lord’s Supper”, November 6th, 2011 (18:46) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) God will make a “highway” for the remnant of His people.
2) We are to yield to God’s standard...His word is truth.
3) Jesus provides the way for eternal life.
4) God directs His servants as to where they should go.
5) God uses men to explain His scriptures to those that are seeking the truth.
6) God created the waster to destroy those who choose to ignore the truth.
7) God is a god of order. The unfaithful will not get God’s best.
8) We each need to make an active choice as to who we will serve.
9) We show obedience to God in partaking in the sacrament. It shows we are willing to be His and that we need God.

Isaiah 11:16


Mark 14:40


Isaiah 54:16


2nd Corinthians 12:2


1st Corinthians 15:41


 

October 2011

“Go Forth And Teach The True Gospel”, October 30th, 2011 (30:26) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Jesus exhorted to the disciples that they should go forth and teach the true gospel. It is our responsibility to also go forth and teach the true gospel.
2) Our testimony of the gospel and the restoration, which we hold to be true, provides blessings to those who will listen and take action.
3) Baptism is more than just getting wet. You must be baptized by one having authority.
4) The Holy Spirit is our comforter...it is what leads, guides, teaches and inspires us. The Holy Spirit allows us to choose the right path when we yield to it.
5) We must bear our testimonies and be good witnesses as there are many seeking the true gospel.
6) Parable of the sower. Out of small things, great things can come forth.
7) We must teach, with nothing varying, the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
8) When you ask God, sincerely in prayer, for wisdom, God will manifest the truth unto you.
9) It is important to your faith to have a testimony to the truth of the gospel. Ask God for this testimony.

Matthew 28:19


Matthew 5:3-4


Matthew 13:17-21


Luke 13:23-25


Moroni 10:4-5


Book of Commandments Chapters 3 and 5

 

“God Has Given Us An Instruction Manual”, October 23rd, 2011 (32:13) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) The scriptures describe three glories: Celestial, Terrestrial and Telestial.
2) Each person receives a reward in the kingdom of God according to their works.
3) God’s people may have a zeal, but not always according to the knowledge of the gospel.
4) It is possible for a minister to preach falsehood, “murdering” the souls of those who believe the minister.
5) The scriptures are a manual for how we should conduct our lives. This manual shows how God operated in the past and how God will operate in the future, for God is unchangeable.
6) It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.
7) All of the scriptures were given to man that we might have a zeal to serve God according to knowledge.
8) Man’s natural tendency is to look for enjoyment for the moment.
9) The only thing that is eternal is the gospel of Jesus Christ.
10) Our right of choice means God allows us to believe anything we want. But there is a justice, according to how we act upon our knowledge.
11) If our acts do not coincide with the gospel of Jesus Christ, it is in opposition to God.
12) “There is a way which seemeth right unto man; but the end thereof are the ways of death.”
13) When you have a zeal, (according to knowledge), to serve God, you can be assured that God will be pleased with you.
14) It is our personal responsibility to compare what we are taught against the standards found in the gospel of Jesus Christ, rejecting those things which are in opposition to the gospel.

1st Corinthians 15:40-41


1st Corinthians 10:1-11


Exodus 10:21-23


Hosea 6:5


Hosea 6:7


Revelation 20:12


Hebrews 10:11


Romans 10:1-3


Proverbs 14:12


John 14:15

 

“Focus On The True Gospel”, October 16th, 2011 (31:40) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Many of God’s ways are available for us to understand and we should seek these things. But some of God’s ways will only be understood after we return to our maker.
2) If we don’t study the truth found in the gospel, our minds can conjure up all sorts of ideas that don’t fit within the pattern found in the gospel.
3) To teach a false gospel is bad for the salvation for both the student and the teacher.
4) Jesus was aware that his time on earth was coming to an end. Jesus confirmed that he has glorified God with his gospel, and finished the work God has sent him to do.
5) We should always strive to finish our work that God wants us to do, being grateful for each new day and the opportunity to continue in our work.
6) Jesus taught the gospel to men who god had given him, the disciples. Disciples are to carry on the work of spreading the true gospel.
7) We must put our trust in the word of God to overcome those times when our faith might be weak.
8) Gaining knowledge, through the study of the gospel, will increase our trust in the word of God.
9) We can have joy when we accept the gospel and live within the promises of God.
10) Jesus prayed that those who follow the true gospel would be kept from evil, being sanctified by the truth.
11) We should strive to not be of the world, but live within the truth of the gospel. We can do this by putting on the armor of God, putting aside the things of this world.

John 7:17


Isaiah 55:9


Romans 11:33


John 17:1-22


Ephesians 6:11-18


Hosea 5:1-15


John 6:1-26


1st Corinthians 1:10

 

“Sermon Message, Baby Blessing Service”, October 9th, 2011 (40:51) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) You must be born of water and the spirit to enter into the kingdom of God.
2) Born of water, refers to Baptism, fully immersed in water, “washing away” your sins.
3) The significance of baptism is that you are obedient to that which is commanded of you.
4) The “Laying On Of The Hands” is to be born again of the spirit.
5) It is a condemnation that light has come into the world, (Jesus and the gospel), but the natural man loves darkness rather than light, which is proven by his evil deeds.
6) We must be obedient to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the commandments of God.
7) Jesus will come again, after a time of trial and tribulations.
8) God’s people will be preserved through these great tribulations.
9) We are called to prepare a place for His people to come to as the world spins out of control.

John 3:1-23


Isaiah 29:4


Genesis 7:61-70


Ezekiel 37:16-17 (Stick of Judah-Bible & Stick of Joseph-Book of Mormon)


1st Corinthians 15:40-42

 

“Baby Blessing Message and Baby Blessing of Lucas Barber”, October 9th, 2011 (7:00) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) The purpose of a baby blessing is to ask God’s guidance in the child’s life.
2) A baby blessing service is also a reminder for the parents and other family members, as well as the “church family” to raise the child in such a way that is good and pleasing to God.

Matthew 18:11


Matthew 19:13-15

 

“Sharing The Gospel Throughout The World”, October 2nd, 2011 (34:08) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) We are friends of those who share the love of the truth found in the gospel.
2) Every action we take can have a profound effect on those around us and beyond to those who come into contact with our works.
3) We must examine ourselves using the Bible (Inspired Version) and the Book of Mormon (1908 Version) as our standards.
4) We must understand why we believe what we believe.
5) We must study to be able to recognize false prophets.
6) God is a god of miracles, truth and promises.
7) We are all on a journey during our lifetime on earth.
8) This journey must be founded on the truth found in the gospel.
9) A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.
10) Our minds must be single minded to the glory of God.
11) Our adherence to the gospel pleases God.
12) We must not be guilty of waiting until we have a need to learn about the gospel.
13) Our life is but a vapor that appears for a short time.

Galatians 4:16


John 6:67-69


James 1:6-8


3rd Nephi 6:25-27


James 4:14

 

“Full Purpose Of Heart”, October 2nd, 2011 (21:59) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) In partaking of the sacrament, we must examine ourselves in remembrance of the sacrifice Jesus Christ made for us.
2) “For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh condemnation to himself, not discerning the Lord's body.”
3) We must partake of the sacrament, with full purpose of heart, in doing that which God has commanded us to do.
4) God has control of the events in the world.
5) We have control of our choice to follow God or follow evil.
6) We can prove ourselves faithful to God by how we act in our daily walk.
7) God desires to bless us with a healing of heart, mind and emotion as we place our trust in God.
8) The true gospel requires us to be engaged in the preparation of building God’s kingdom.

1st Corinthians 11:28-29


2nd Corinthians 13:5-8


Isaiah 9:17


Revelation 3:15-16

 

September 2011

“Stand Strong For The Gospel”, September 25th, 2011 (33:51) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) If we lost everything material, how would we handle ourselves?
2) The Lord is calling us to stand up for the gospel.
3) We must be role models for other to look up to, for there are those that are seeking the true gospel.
4) God does not look upon sin with any degree of tolerance.
5) We must be “knit together” with other believers of the true gospel, to provide us strength to endure the advances of the adversary.
6) We must not lower the standards found within the gospel, just because times are difficult.
7) We don’t always know when people are observing us, therefore we must represent the gospel at all times.
8) Although we are “in the world”, we are called not to be a part “of the world”. We are called to a higher purpose to walk within the covenant God has made with His people.
9) We each must decide for ourselves what is important to us, the treasures on earth or the treasure of the gospel.

Colossians 2:1-6


Romans 12:1


Matthew 25:21

 

“Our Testimony Can Build Faith”, September 18th, 2011 (25:03) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) It is important that others, especially our children, hear our testimony as to why we seek the true gospel.
2) We must leave those things that are not a part of the true gospel.
3) We must actively seek and follow the truth found within the gospel.
4) The message of the gospel was in the beginning with Jesus Christ.
5) It is a wonderful thing to share the true gospel with others.
6) Through prayer, we need to ask God everyday for His direction in all things.
7) We should consider the needs of others, offering support to the weak.
8) We all will go through events in our lives that shake our very core, but if we build our faith upon a strong foundation, no matter what happens, as long as the foundation is strong, as long as the foundation remains, we can always rebuild.

John 1:1


Joel 3:15


Romans 15:1-7


3rd Nephi 8:47-54


3rd Nephi 1:10-12

 

“To Have The Spirit Of Christ”, September 4th, 2011 (12:58) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Everyday has something in it that God wants us to learn, guiding us in building the kingdom of God. We must not waste a single day.
2) When we partake of the sacrament, we should remember the sacrifice Jesus Christ made for us and the promise we have made, through baptism, to God.
3) According to the gospel, you must be baptized, by one having authority from God, and believe in Jesus Christ, to partake of the sacrament.
4) When we believe and remember Jesus Christ, we will have his spirit to be with us.

3rd Nephi 8:1-38

 

“Be A Role Model For Those Seeking The Truth”, September 4th, 2011 (28:58) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Jesus Christ is the author of our salvation.
2) Man’s tendency is to listen to only those things that please man. Man has become “dull of hearing”.
3) We must not leave the principles of the doctrine of Christ.
4) We must go on to perfection if God permits, not getting involved with those that would drag down the work of God.
5) Our time on earth requires us to have our hearts and our minds open, yielding to the desires of God in our lives.
6) We must study to have an understanding of both the good and bad, so that we will choose wisely.
7) We need to adhere to the standards of the gospel, to be those that other who are seeking the truth can look up to.

Hebrews 5:1-14


Hebrews 6:1-12

 

July 2011

“Sermon Title Here”, July 24th, 2011 (32:08) – Elder Ron Perkins

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Focus Point 1

2) Focus Point 2
1) Scripture References

 

June 2011

“Post 2011 Summer Fellowship Camp Comments”, June 12th, 2011 (7:19)  – Elder Clay Barber

     

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) General comments about an enjoyable 2011 Summer Fellowship Camp.
2) The purpose of Jesus coming to earth was to provide a way for us to come back into the presence of God.
3) The sacrifice that Jesus made was not made for everyone, but for those who make the choice to follow the gospel.
4) As disciples of Jesus Christ, it is our calling to set an example of the gospel by the way we live our lives

Mark 14:20-25

 

“Post 2011 Summer Fellowship Camp Comments”, June 12th, 2011 (7:25)  – Elder Ron Perkins

     

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) General comments about an enjoyable 2011 Summer Fellowship Camp.
2) It is important that we all study and believe the true gospel of Jesus Christ.

Romans 4:3

 

May 2011

“How We Learn”, May 29th, 2011 (39:59) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) People learn at different paces, gaining various levels of understanding. This is why studying the scriptures repeatedly helps everyone gain more understanding.
2) To gain understanding, you must have the desire to learn and diligently study, line upon line, precept upon precept.
3) When you study and follow God’s commandments, the Holy Spirit will give you understanding of the scriptures.
4) Love your neighbor (within the House of Israel) as you love yourself.
5) Jesus comes to the House of Israel, not just everybody.
6) We must act in our lives to help build the kingdom of God. Church is not a social club.
7) A church which is for show and glorifies man, does not help build the kingdom of God.
8) We are called to bring the gospel to others who seek the truth, therefore it is important that we study to have the knowledge of what truth is.
Isaiah 28:9
1st Peter 5:23
Matthew 19:19
Acts 9:3-6
John 14:15-26
Romans 9:6

 

“The Truth Is Required In The Gospel Of Jesus Christ”, May 15th, 2011 (37:12) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) God is not the author of confusion.
2) Time in study and prayer is required for those seeking to understand the gospel.
3) Doing anything that is not consistent with the gospel does not please God, even if it is done declaring “In the name of Jesus Christ”.
4) People harden their hearts when the lose the fear of God.
5) Do not be ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ for it is the power of God unto salvation.
6) The wrath of God will go unto those who are ungodly or unrighteous.
7) When man turns away from those things which he knows to be true, the incorruptible truth of God is taken from man.
8) When man sets his own standards and rituals, his heart is darkened.
9) People want to give honor and glory to man, not God. When this happens, God allows afflictions upon man.
10) It is wrong to condone those who do wrong, even if your are not participating.
11) We must endeavor everyday to leave the natural man behind and follow the truth of the gospel.

Romans 3:18
1st Corinthians 14:33
1st Corinthians 1:10
2nd Thessalonians 2:9-12
Romans 1:15-32
Romans 2:1


 

“We Are Called To Be Disicples For God”, May 8th, 2011 (35:57) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) The commandment to honor and respect our parents comes with a promise of the honor and respect be passed down through the generations.
2) When man was created, he was given intelligence (knowledge) and agency.
3) Man choose to not follow God.
4) Jesus will return in the last days when the earth is covered in wickedness and vengeance.
5) In the last days, great tribulation will be upon man, but the people who have followed the commandments of God will be preserved.
6) God is in charge, and we need to be willing to turn our lives unto God.
7) The two standards of the gospel are The Bible (stick of Judah) and the 1908 version of The Book of Mormon (stick of Joseph).
8) It is important to get your life in order according to the commandments of God. God will take care of the rest.
9) Upon the return of Jesus, righteousness and truth will sweep the earth. Those who are not prepared will not be gathered.
10) We must uphold God’s standards, not the standards of the world.
11) We must be an example for those who are seeking the truth of the gospel.
12) We are called to be disciples for God, living in moderation in all things, being a living witness for God.
Genesis 7:23
Genesis 7:39-40
Genesis 7:65-67
Genesis 7:20

 

“Our Judgment Day Could Come Without Warning”, May 1st, 2011 (32:44) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) The “Abomination of Desolation” has happened in current times with the Restoration Movement moving away from the scriptures.
2) “Judgment Day” is going to happen, but there is not specific date revealed unto man.
3) We should not discount any day as not having the possibility for our judgment.
4) Those who treasure the words of Jesus (the gospel), shall not be deceived. (Matthew 24:39)
5) When the judgment day does come, those who have followed the gospel of Jesus Christ, will be gathered in.
6) The message from Jesus is that we should live our lives in order that we will always be ready for his return.
7) Those who find reason to delay their preparation and live outside of the gospel, may find that the judgment day comes before they are ready.
8) We could perish at any moment, without further time to prepare.
9) We must support and help each other through or deeds and through being an example of how to live a Christ-like life.

Daniel 11:31
Matthew 24:31:56


 

“We Must Be Dedicated To The Gospel”, May 1st, 2011 (19:47) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Partaking of the sacrament is observing the remembrance of Christ and a remembrance of our call to tell others of Christ’s message.
2) Jesus knew at the time of the Passover communion that there was one among them that would betray him.
3) We must be careful in our own lives not to betray Jesus for the scriptures say, “but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed! It had been good for that man if he had not been born”. (Matthew 26:20)
4) Those who serve communion should not do it for self-gratification, but for the love of Jesus.
5) We are told, that which we ask in Jesus name we shall receive, if we keep his commandments.
6) If man loves Jesus and keeps his commandments, God and Jesus will make themselves known unto that man.
7) Denying the true gospel of Jesus Christ is an unforgiveable sin.
8) We have a responsibility as we partake of the sacrament to be dedicated to the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ in our daily lives.
Matthew 28:1-19
Revelations 20:12

 

April 2011

“Easter Sunday Sermon”, April 24th, 2011 (23:51) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) On Easter, Jesus did something that had never been done before. The Lord God resurrected Jesus from the dead so that we might have hope.
2) God sent Jesus into this world that man might have hope.
3) Jesus, and the prophets who came before Him, came to preach that there was a right way and a wrong way.
4) If we participate in the right way, we too could participate in the resurrection like Jesus did.
5) All who went before Jesus were to prepare the way that there would be a way to enter back into the kingdom of God.
6) The resurrection is meant for those who believe on and in and through the teachings of the gospel of Jesus.
Matthew 28:1-19
Revelations 20:12

 

“Jesus Christ Is The Lord Of Lords”, April 17th, 2011 (29:20) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) There is no name given under heaven whereby mankind can come unto the Father except through Jesus Christ.
2) How are we doing in our covenant relationship with Jesus Christ?
3) Don't worry about what is coming. There are enough things happening that we need to make sure today is taken care of and not worry about tomorrow.
4) It is a matter of priority. We need to make sure that our first priority in our covenant is to establish His righteousness.
5) The time to prepare is before things happen.
6) After you have put doing what you must do to establish God\'s righteousness in your life, then God will provide what other things that you stand in need of.
7) God is a god of order.
8) He says that now is the time to get yourself in order. Look at your life and ask yourself if you are in order.
9) You are the temple of the living God. When Jesus returns, he will return to the people who have prepared themselves. If you haven\'t prepared yourself and you still have impurities in you, they will come out. It will be better if you are prepared before Jesus returns.
10) We still have time to get our relationship, with each other and with our Savior, in order.
Matthew 6:38-39
Malachi 3:1-6

 

“What Is Our ‘Work’?”, April 10th, 2011 (42:05) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Revelations is written in symbols.
2) The twelve manners of fruit are the twelve apostles that walked with Jesus. We benefit from that fruit today when we study and are taught by their words. The Lamb is Jesus Christ and we know who he is and we keep that foremost in our minds.
3) We know that we are keeping the sayings of the prophecy of this book when we see things that are wrong in ourselves and in the church and then work to correct them.
4) God will reward every person according to what they have done in this life, how they lived their life and how they followed God's word.
5) God knows our mind and our hearts. He knows how we have applied His teachings in our lives.
6) Being obedient and living our lives according to Jesus' teaching is our "work".
7) A right is something that you have earned.
8) There are 12 gates to the city, the New Jerusalem. we will know which gate we should use by study and obedience to the commandments.
9) The work that the apostles left for us is pure and true and it is available to everyone. We have to reach out and take hold of it.
10) You can not change what is written in any way.
11) A sore is the condition in which you find yourself in the end time.
12) God's judgments are righteous. there is a right and a wrong way.
13) Watch and don't allow yourself to support things that work against God. Your works are known and will be rewarded for good or for evil.
14) Redemption means to get back what you once had.
Revelations 22:1-21
Revelations 16:1-21

 

“Don’t Coast Through Life!”, April 3rd, 2011 (29:12) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Jesus is the true vine.
2) Those “vines” that do not bear fruit are purged.
3) Are you willing to be purged?
4) As long as you are attached to that vine, you are abiding in him and he is abiding in you.
5) The problem is that too many people are "willfully ignorant". They don't take the time to study for themselves. God will not always tolerate willful ignorance.
6) God requires knowledge of the gospel and obedience to that knowledge.
7) Separating yourself from the gospel of Jesus Christ will cause you to spiritually wither away.
8) We bring honor and glory to God when we bear much fruit. We can only bring forth fruit when we are attached to the vine. Then we can be called his disciples.
9) Continuing in the love of Jesus Christ means to endure to the end.
10) Be a beacon of light in the world.

John 15:1-14


2nd Peter 3:1-18

 

“Do Good For Those Seeking The True Message Of The Gospel”, April 3rd, 2011 (15:07) – Elder Clay Barber

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) It is our responsibility to take care of the truthful message of the gospel
2) Reference to strangers, refers to a stranger to the gospel
3) Reference to the naked being clothed, refers to putting on the armor of God
4) Reference to sick, refers to being sick with the things of the world
5) When we sin, we suffer in a bondage that can keep us from experiencing the fullness of God's love
6) Do good for those seeking the message of God
7) We need to represent the gospel in a way pleasing to God, not man

Matthew 25:32-41

Matthew 24:52

Mark 3:30

 

 March 2011

“Build A Strong Foundation”, March 27th, 2011 (Part 1) (37:54) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) The Inspired Version of the Bible is a bible translated by divine guidance. People sometimes have trouble with the concept that God talked with a man to create this translation.
2) The Book of Mormon is ridiculed by some people because of the perverted actions of some who proclaim belief in The Book of Mormon, who twist the scriptures to fit the desires of man.
3) There is more to attaining salvation than just proclaiming a belief in Jesus Christ.
4) The mercy of God can only be considered with the judgment from God.
5) The true gospel provides prophecies and a plan for salvation for those who choose to believe. The gospel also provides punishment for those who refuse to believe.
6) Just as in the time of Jesus, man today perverts the gospel, changing it into something to suite man’s desires.
7) The scriptures must not be changed. If the gospel is worth following, it is worth following the gospel the right way.
8) A spiritual leader must do more than just teach the gospel...he must also live in such a way that brings honor to God.
9) Those who teach for monetary gain must be rebuked.
10) Man must recognize that the standard from God is encompassing of all things. The path is narrow for those who choose to follow it.
11) We should not be concerned about offending man as we faithfully follow the true gospel. We must be concerned about offending God.
12) When you see Jerusalem surrounded by enemies, you can know that the time of desolation is near.

Galatians 1:6-8


Titus 1:1


2nd Timothy 4:3


Matthew 24:12


Luke 21:19

 

“Build A Strong Foundation”, March 27th, 2011 (Part 2) (36:03) – Elder Ron Perkins

    

Focus PointsScriptural References
1) Man has always struggled to believe in the word of God.
2) Man’s tendency is to pervert the gospel to make it easier to accept.
3) Religion is a choice of man, but if you desire salvation, you must choose the true, unchanged gospel.
5) We must study the scriptures to be able to rightly divide the word of man.
6) Without a knowledge of the true gospel, man will die twice...once physically and once spiritually.
7) When we live as a witness to the true gospel, we witness for Jesus Christ.
8) Those who choose to rebuke the true gospel, have the “blackness of darkness” forever.
9) The natural man hates those who boldly proclaim the true gospel.
10) Look not at the things which are seen, for they are temporal.
11) Increase your faith in the things that are not seen, for they are eternal.

Matthew 24:30


Titus 1:15-16


Titus 2:1


2nd Corinthians 4:1-18


Jude 1:1-25


Joshua 24:15


Numbers 22:1-41

 

“Sermon Title Here”, March 20th, 2011 (37:50) – Elder Clay Barber

    

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“Sermon Title Here”, March 6th, 2011 (40:36) – Elder Clay Barber

    

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“Sacrement Sermon Title Here”, March 6th, 2011 (27:24)- Elder Bill McQuinn

    

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February 2011

“Sermon Title Here”, February 20th, 2011 (29:34) – Elder Bill McQuinn

    

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“Sacrement Sermon Title Here”, February 13th, 2011 (41:14) – Elder Clay Barber

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“Sacrement Sermon Title Here”, February 6th, 2011 (17:45) – Elder Clay Barber

    

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“Sermon Title Here”, February 6th, 2011 (47:17) – Elder Ron Perkins

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