Current sermons are posted each week. Check back often to discover the current sermon or sermon series and hear the Word as preached each Sunday at First Baptist Church or Elkton.
In the book of Galatians Paul does everything he can to establish that any other Gospel other than faith in Christ is no gospel at all. In so many areas of life we have many good options. When it comes to the gospel there is only one way.
No one likes to be forgotten. After a year on the Ark, with no word from God, Noah was feeling forgotten. But God had a plan all along for Noah and his family, as well as the future human race.
What does it mean to believers to say that Christ is alive forevermore? When Christ returns, He will not return as the Lamb of God but as the Lion of Judah!
The story of Noah and the Ark is more popular than ever before. Even people who don’t know the Bible and never come to church know about Noah, his big boat, and all those animals coming in two by two.
When Christ calls us to be with Him, He honours us. He does not treat us as we deserve should we fail Him, but He is glorified in raising us up and employing us to His glory.
The first of 3 studies on Noah and the flood. What set Noah apart from the people of his day? Is there a correlation between Noahs time and our own?
Have you ever been betrayed by those closest to you? Have you ever betrayed God or His Son, Jesus Christ? How we respond when we fail God reveals who we are.
Are genealogies important and can we learn from them? Tonight we examine the genealogy of Genesis 5 and focus on three men that stood out and were included in the history that God has revealed to us.
Mary worshipped Jesus as the Lamb of God through extravagant surrender of all that she possessed.
The first recorded city was built by Cain and the ungodly. In the thousands of years since, the ungodly continue to control the major cities and they have become the haven of sin. What can we learn from the past?
Taking the Lord's Supper without remembering the price He paid is wrong. We should always, when observing this sacrament, remember the high price, the pain, and the suffering He endured so we can have a relationship with the Father.
What was the significance of the first murder? What prompted Cain to murder his brother? Tonight we explore the motives behind Cain's actions.
Man can be made right with God, but not on his own terms or in his own power. We can be saved only by the provision of God’s grace. Only by the cross of Christ can man find God’s justification & righteousness.
With the end of Genesis 3, we say goodbye forever to Paradise, the Garden of Eden. What lesson can we learn from this final account in the Garden? Is it relevant to us today.
The route of personal righteousness is clearly marked, "no road to heaven this way." For we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.
Tonight we explore the origin of sin in this world and how things went so wrong from a simple act of rebellion. How do we deal with sin today?
This sermon attempts to deal with some of the arguments that people make against the truth and to the grace of God thereby refusing to take advantage of the offer of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
In the Garden of Eden, Satan began using a tactic to lead man to sin. Join us as we examine how that tactic worked then, and why it is still so effective today.