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Recent sermons from Macedonia PBC from Pastor David Wise and certain other visiting ministers.

Purpose of the Church – Love God & Love Others

The primary purpose of the church is to glorify God. Probably the primary way we glorify God is obeying the greatest commandment to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind and to love others as Christ has loved us. We show love to God when we love others unconditionally, freely, and graciously, in the same way that God has freely loved us.


2021 February Fellowship Meeting

Saturday, February 27, 2021

Congregational Singing – Saturday Morning

Congregational Singing – Saturday Afternoon

Healing Power of Jesus – Elder Tony Lester

The Law & The Tabernacle – Elder Joe Nettles

Jesus in the Old Testament – Elder David Pyles

Jesus Saw, Stood & Saved – Lic. Ben Shettles

Much More – Elder Larry Wise

Sunday, February 28, 2021

Sealing of the Holy Spirit – Lic. Morgan Sims

Fellowship in Jesus Christ – Elder David Wise

Fellowship in Jesus Christ

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Pastor David Wise discusses our fellowship in the church. When we have fellowship one with another in the church, we actually have fellowship with Jesus Christ himself when we meet together to fellowship under the name of the Lord.


Sealing of the Holy Spirit

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Lic. Morgan Sims rightly divides the new birth in scripture. Men are born again by the immediate, direct work of the Holy Spirit upon the heart of the dead, alien sinner. After that work of the new birth, when we believe the gospel, there is a special seal of approval that God gives us in our hearts with assurance of our salvation.


Much More

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Elder Larry Wise considers the “much more’s” of the Bible. We have been given much more in Jesus Christ. Sin abounded in this world and in our lives, but grace did much more abound. We have been given grace in eternal salvation, but we also receive more grace here in our lives as well.


Jesus Saw, Stood & Saved

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Lic. Ben Shettles considers Jesus Christ as the Rock of our salvation. Jesus did not offer salvation to the sinner, but Jesus Christ fully saved us on the cross. Now, we trust in Jesus for our protection from this world as our Rock and Defender.


Jesus in the Old Testament

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Elder David Pyles considers types of Jesus Christ in Moses and Joshua. Moses interceded for the people asking forgiveness for their sins to protect them from God’s consuming wrath. We see Joshua as a type of Jesus Christ and the destruction of Jericho by Joshua as a type of the end of the world.


The Law & The Tabernacle

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Elder Joe Nettles considers Moses and Joshua in the tabernacle in the aftermath of Israel’s sin with the golden calf. We can see Moses as the Law as insufficient to save man because of our failure to keep God’s law. But then we see Jesus in Joshua who departed not out of the tabernacle and made intercession with God for the people of God.


Healing Power of Jesus

2021 Fellowship Meeting. Elder Tony Lester gives an account of Jesus’ healing of the woman with the issue of blood and then of Jairus’ daughter. We need to trust in Jesus for our healing of diseases in this life and keep faith in Christ to help us in all our needs and distresses.


Standing Out In A Crowd (Esther 3)

It is not easy to stand up for our convictions in an environment where ungodliness is accepted, to be the only one serving God in a given situation. We are called to stand out in a crowd by remaining devoted to God, regardless of how everyone around us might be caving to governmental or societal pressure. We consider the example of Mordecai who refused to kneel to the wicked Haman, remained devoted to his God regardless of the consequences, and God ultimately defended and promoted Mordecai against his wicked enemies.


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