Category Archives: Sermons

2018 February Fellowship Meeting

Friday, February 23, 2019

Congregational Singing

Quenching the Spirit of Fear – Elder Harvey Bates

Zacchaeus: To See Jesus Who He Was – Elder Mark Quarles

Fools for Christ’s Sake – Elder Tim McCool

Responsibilities of Adam and Man – Elder PJ Walters

Lord, I Believe, Help My Unbelief – Elder Tony Lester

Saturday, February 24, 2019

Congregational Singing

God is in Heaven, Thou upon the Earth – Elder Jeremy Wise

Greatest Commandment of Love – Elder Darren Owens

Unction of the Holy One, Part 1 – Elder Buddy Abernathy

High Time to Awaken – Lic. John Morgan Owens

Unction of the Holy One, Part 2 – Elder Buddy Abernathy

Sunday, February 25, 2019

Shew Me Thy Glory – Elder David Wise

2019 February Open Fellowship Meeting

Friday, February 22, 2019

Congregational Singing

Built Upon A Rock – Elder Harvey Bates

The Mountain Top of Zion – Elder Chris McCool

Healing of the Blind – Elder Mark Quarles

Christ’s Crown of Thorns – Elder Roger Miller

Filling the Void – Elder Tim McCool

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Congregational Singing

Praise of the Glory of God’s Grace – Elder Darren Owens

The Rest of Christ’s Yoke – Elder Neil Honea

Unity of the Brethren – Elder Sam Bryant

Men’s Peeled Sticks – Elder Joe Nettles

Grace in the Eyes of God – Elder Tony Lester

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Treasure in the Kingdom – Elder David Wise

Book of Ruth

From May to September 2019, Pastor David preached through the book of Ruth. This amazing story of God’s providence shows us how God is oftentimes working behind the scenes with his unseen hand of providence, even unknown to us in the moment.

The Misery of Moab – Ruth 1:1-13

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Unconditional Commitment of Love – Ruth 1:14-22

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Grace in the Field of Boaz – Ruth 2:1-12

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Principles of Godly Attraction & Marriage – Ruth 2:1-16

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God’s Unseen Hand of Providence – Ruth 2:14-23

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Book of James

From August to December 2018, Pastor David preached through the Book of James. This book exhorts us to authentic Christianity, pure religion and undefiled, with our profession of faith in Christ backed up by robust good works to glorify the Lord.

Introduction to James – James 1:1

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Patience in the Midst of Tribulation – James 1:2-7

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Man’s Sin and God’s Goodness – James 1:8-17

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Pure Religion and Undefiled – James 1:18-27

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Fulfilling the Royal Law – James 2:1-13

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Faith Without Works Is Dead – James 2:14-20

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Justification by Works of Abraham & Rahab – James 2:21-26

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Bridling the Untamable Tongue – James 3:1-12

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The Wisdom From Above – James 3:13-18

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Resist the Devil, Draw Nigh to God – James 4:1-12

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The Vapour of Life – James 4:13-5:9

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Prayer in the Midst of Affliction – James 5:10-15

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Effectual, Fervent Prayer – James 5:16-18

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Conversion of the Errant Brother – James 5:19-20

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Articles of Faith

From November 2016 to June 2017, Pastor David preached through Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church’s Articles of Faith and also the New Testament scriptural pattern that we are to conduct worship in the church.  In conjunction with preaching through these messages, he produced verse outlines to provide support for our positions on each topic.  The result was a comprehensive treatment of both the church’s doctrine and practice.

Article of Faith 1 – The Trinity

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Article of Faith 2 – The Scriptures

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Article of Faith 3 – Election and Redemption

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Article of Faith 4 – Total Depravity of Man

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Article of Faith 5 – Justification by Christ Alone

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Article of Faith 6 – Calling, Glorification, and Preservation

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Article of Faith 7 – Ordinances of the Church

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Article of Faith 8 – Perpetual Observance of the Ordinances

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Article of Faith 9 – Resurrection of the Dead and General Judgment

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Article of Faith 10 – Ordination to the Ministry

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Article of Faith 11 – Prohibition of Secret Societies

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Worship in the New Testament Church

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Appendix: Study Verse Outline

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Charity and Agape Love

These messages were delivered by Elder David Wise on the Gospel of Grace Radio Broadcast from February-June 2019. There are multiple types of love addressed in the New Testament Greek scriptures, with the primary two being “phileo” (a brotherly affection) and then “agage” (a self-sacrifical love). The Greek word for love “agape” is oftentimes (but not always) translated in our KJV bibles as “charity”. This “agape love” can be defined as “a willing, sacrificial giving of one’s self for the benefit of another without the thought of return”. Christ exhibited this willing sacrificial agape love in sacrificing himself for our sins, not based upon any condition we would meet, but based solely upon his free and sovereign grace. Therefore, because of the amazing agape love that God has exhibited upon us, God now calls us to exhibit that same self-sacrificing agape love in our lives – to love others unconditionally and sacrifice for their benefit without the thought of return.

Jesus Loves Me This I Know, For the Bible Tells Me So

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Do You Agape Love Christ? – John 21:15-18

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Building Up To Charity – 2 Peter 1:1-15

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If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments – 1 John 2:1-17

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Love In Deed and In Truth – 1 John 3:1-21

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God Is Love – 1 John 4:7-19

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What Does Charity Look Like? Part 1 – 1 Cor. 13:1-4

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What Does Charity Look Like? Part 2 – 1 Cor. 13:5-13

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The Greatest and Second Commandment – Matt. 22:37-40

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The Scriptures

The scriptures should play a very integral role in the life of every child of God. In this series of messages delivered by Elder David Wise on the Gospel of Grace Radio Broadcast from January-April 2018, we consider the priority and necessity of the scriptures in our discipleship. After laying the foundation for the divine inspiration and divine preservation of the word of God and the use of the King James Bible, we consider practical points about how do we actually study and meditate on the Bible. God inspired and preserved the scriptures for our benefit and edification here in this world, but do we really love and delight in the word of God to take full advantage of the amazing blessing of the scriptures that we have been given? Hopefully, these messages can exhort us to become more devoted to the study of God’s word.

Necessity of the Scriptures for God’s Children

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Divine Inspiration and Preservation of the Scriptures

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Defense of the King James Bible

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How to Study the Scriptures

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Meditation on the Word of God

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Purpose and Profitability of the Scriptures

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Psalm 119 – An Exaltation of God’s Word

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