Pastor Jackson sees this passage in John 2: 1-11 in a different light. Jesus has reserved our greatest blessing for us that are yet to come.
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Jesus said to “Love your neighbor as yourself.” If you are married, your most important neighbor is your spouse.
A podcast on marriage based on Ephesians 5:21-33
Today was an “out of the box” worship service for Wainwright Baptist Church. We held our worship in Sam Michaels Park to celebrate our 40th Homecoming Service. This was our first time ever holding our Sunday Worship Service away from the church building. Today I was actually able to include a selection from our Mass Choir since the selection recorded was not a copyrighted CD. In the sermon Rev. Jackson referenced the story of Joseph and his brothers, the Prodigal Son, and Jesus in the Temple at twelve years old.
The Spirit-filled life of Ephesians 5:15-20:
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Pastor Jackson examines Lamentations 3:22-25 which talks of the Mercy of God.
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There isn’t much difference between first century Rome and 21st century US society when it comes to all things sexual- obsession. How Paul addresses this in Ephesians is helpful for us to navigate our own times…
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The most practical teachings of how to actually live our lives starts with imitating God…
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From I Kings 18:22-39, Pastor Jackson explores the way that God’s “shows up and shows out” to prove to mankind He is the Lord.
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St. Paul speaks of making changes that last in the way we live our lives with others. One key is to realize our relationships we have with people are more important than the problems that might come up. From Ephesians 4:17-24
Have you ever stop to think of the Beatitudes as the believer’s Bill of Rights? (Matthew 5:1-12) Sermon By: Rev. Walter A. Jackson, III