Dec 4, 2022
Oh Come All Ye Faithful
"Oh Come All Ye Faithful" from Specail Instumental Music by Caleb,Levi, Lucy. Released: 2022. Genre: Religious.
  • Dec 4, 2022Oh Come All Ye Faithful
    Dec 4, 2022
    Oh Come All Ye Faithful
    "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" from Specail Instumental Music by Caleb,Levi, Lucy. Released: 2022. Genre: Religious.
  • Nov 27, 2022The Power Of The Cross
    Nov 27, 2022
    The Power Of The Cross
    "The Power Of The Cross" from Sunday PM by Missionary Robert Southard. Released: 2022. Genre: Religious.
  • Nov 27, 2022Mind Your Own Business
    Nov 27, 2022
    Mind Your Own Business
     A busybody is a person who meddles in the affairs of others. The word “busybody” is used three times in the Bible, but the concept of being a meddlesome person and a talebearer is mentioned many more times. 2 Thessalonians 3:11 summarizes the Biblical teaching about being a busybody when it calls it “disorderly.” It is rude to intrude on other people’s affairs,
    and it requires you to ignore or neglect your business. Symptoms of a busybody include too much curiosity, too little work, and too much talking. Instead of doing these things, you should “study to be quiet, and to do your own business, and to work with your own hands” (1 Thessalonians 4:11)
    There is a balance that we must learn as well. Genuine concern and compassion for others must not be confused with being a busybody. But if we are to help others, we must first mind our own business, or else we are not qualified to assist them. We must “first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eye.” (Matthew 7:5)
    The simple truth is that you are responsible for your own actions. Since you will answer to God for yourself and no one else, you need to be sure that you mind your own business and don’t be “a busybody in other men’s matters.” (1 Peter 4:15)
  • Nov 27, 2022He Could Have Called Ten Thousand Angels
    Nov 27, 2022
    He Could Have Called Ten Thousand Angels
    "He Could Have Called Ten Thousand Angels" from Special Music by Mrs. Baron, Mrs. Whitley, Mrs. Bachman. Released: 2022.
  • Nov 27, 2022The Spirits Sword
    Nov 27, 2022
    The Spirits Sword
    "The Spirits Sword" by Teen Choir.
  • Nov 20, 2022Influencing a Generation Part 2
    Nov 20, 2022
    Influencing a Generation Part 2
    "Influencing a Generation" from Sunday AM by Pastor Chambers. Released: 2022. Genre: Religious.
  • Nov 20, 2022Influencing a Generation
    Nov 20, 2022
    Influencing a Generation

    Joshua and his generation failed to follow through
    and fully obey God’s command to drive out all the
    inhabitants of the land of Canaan.  But when God
    confronted them with their sin, they repented and
    rededicated themselves to the Lord.  The nation of
    Israel went on to serve the Lord all the days of Joshua. 

    Judges 2:7 And the people served the LORD all
    the days of Joshua, and all the days of the elders
    that outlived Joshua, who had seen all the great
    works of the LORD, that he did for Israel.

    It is possible to impact our generation for good. 
    We cannot guarantee how long our influence might
    last.  We cannot even guarantee how long we will last. 
    But we can choose to do what is right and be a force
    for good in our generation.  We can stem the tide of
    evil for ourselves and our children.  That is what
    Joshua and his generation did.

    We say that we are troubled by the direction of
    our country.  We say that we are worried about the
    future for our children and grandchildren.  But are
    we sorry enough to repent of our own sin and choose
    to do things differently, to do things right?  There is
    a sorrow of this world that works death.  We need
    godly sorrow that works repentance (2 Corinthians 7:10).
    The hope for our generation lies in our willingness
    to repent of our sin and do what is right. 

  • Nov 13, 2022Ye Are Not Your Own
    Nov 13, 2022
    Ye Are Not Your Own
    Sunday AM by Pastor Chambers
  • Nov 13, 2022They Forsook The Lord, And Followed Other Gods
    Nov 13, 2022
    They Forsook The Lord, And Followed Other Gods

    The book of Judges is a difficult
    book to read. Though it contains
    happy moments, overall, it is very
    dark, and as you progress through
    the book, it gets worse and worse. 

    Twice it says in the book of Judges,
    “In those days there was no king in
    Israel, but every man did that which
    was right in his own eyes.” (Judges
    17:6; 21:25) How did the nation that
    received God’s law at Mount Sinai
    end up in such a terrible place? It
    happened because they decided to
    forsake God and follow idols. 

    Before Joshua died, he charged
    the people, “And if it seem evil unto
    you to serve the LORD, choose you
    this day whom ye will serve; whether
    the gods which your fathers served
    that were on the other side of the
    flood, or the gods of the Amorites,
    in whose land ye dwell: but as for
    me and my house, we will serve the
    LORD.” (Joshua 24:15) Joshua
    and his generation chose to serve
    the Lord. But the next generation
    decided to serve false gods. “And
    they forsook the LORD God of
    their fathers, which brought them
    out of the land of Egypt, and followed
    other gods.” (Joshua 2:13).

    Every individual must choose for
    themselves who they will follow. Either
    they will follow the true God, the God
    of the Bible, or they will follow a false
    god, doing whatever is right in their
    own eyes. The book of Judges shows
    us the disastrous consequences of
    forsaking the Lord and following false
    gods. The consequences will be painful
    if we stray from God and do what we
    think is right instead of what God says
    is right. 

  • Nov 6, 20222022-11-06_Special Music
    Nov 6, 2022
    2022-11-06_Special Music
    PBC Choir: God Of Heaven
    Pastor Chambers: Trombone Special
    Mr. Tilson: Solo Special
  • Nov 6, 2022I Know I Can’t
    Nov 6, 2022
    I Know I Can’t

    One of my earliest memories is from when I was in preschool. I was four years old and attending Hickory Grove Presbyterian Preschool, where my mom was one of the teachers. Occasionally we would watch movies projected onto the block wall of the basement, and one day we watched the story of “The Little Train Who Could.” I remember feeling sad for the train as his friends made fun of him. I remember feeling anxious as he finally had a chance to prove himself by hauling that big load up that hill. I remember cheering him on in my mind as he chugged, “I think I can, I think I can…” until he finally crested the top. It is
    a wonderful story to teach children the values of determination and perseverance. 

    But there is a downside to a story like that. The truth is that there are some things we cannot do, no matter how hard we try or think we can. If we stubbornly push ahead anyway, insisting that we can do something when it is impossible for us, we will become frustrated, angry, and eventually, give up altogether. This is especially true when it comes to spiritual things. Because we are sinners, there are some things that we cannot do on our own. We cannot save ourselves.
    No amount of effort will ever be enough to merit salvation or pay off our sin debt. We cannot sanctify ourselves either. Some people teach that salvation is by grace, but sanctification is by works. That is a lie. We are sanctified the same way we are saved: by grace through faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Instead of always saying, “I think I can,” we need to learn when to say, “I know I can’t.” 

  • Oct 30, 2022Walking In The Truth
    Oct 30, 2022
    Walking In The Truth

    Walking in the Truth

    For many deceivers are entered
    into the world, who confess not that
    Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This
    is a deceiver and an antichrist. Look
    to yourselves, that we lose not those
    things which we have wrought, but
    that we receive a full reward.

    (2 John 1:7-8)

    Truth is important. A culture built
    on a foundation devoid of absolute
    truth is not sustainable. It will collapse
    under the weight of its own subjectivity.
    It results in a loose collection of individuals
    all living in their own imaginary worlds
    with no way to relate to each other. It is
    important that you believe that there is
    truth, and it is important that you believe
    the things that are true.

    In the tiny epistle of 2 John, the
    beloved apostle commends those who
    walk in the truth and warns them to be
    on guard against those who do not believe
    the truth and spread lies about the person
    of Christ. Jesus said, “I am the way, the
    truth, and the life.” Those who follow
    Jesus must acknowledge that there is
    truth and that Jesus is the personification
    of truth. John goes so far as to prohibit
    truth followers from extending hospitality
    to those who come to deceive and deny
    Christ. The danger is that we would be
    swept away by their lies and deceit, or
    that we would harm our testimony by
    associating with them. We could then
    lose the rewards we would have received
    if we remained faithful. We must practice
    Godly discernment concerning the people
    we follow and promote lest we be guilty
    by association with those who don’t follow
    the truth.

  • Oct 26, 2022Peter, the Gospel, and the Gentiles
    Oct 26, 2022
    Peter, the Gospel, and the Gentiles
    Wednesday PM by Pastor Chambers
  • Oct 23, 2022The Job of a Pastor
    Oct 23, 2022
    The Job of a Pastor
    Sunday PM by Pastor Chambers
  • Oct 23, 2022Ordination and the Call to the Ministry
    Oct 23, 2022
    Ordination and the Call to the Ministry
    rom Sunday AM by Pastor Chambers