Do You Know Who God Is?

NLCF Worship Service | Sermon Series: What is God Like? | November 26, 2023 | Psalms 107:8

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Here I Come | Revelation 19:11-16

Here I Come

In this sermon, Pastor Salley speaks on the topics of God’s wrath and Jesus’ return. He discusses the consequences of rejecting God and the events leading up to the end of the church age. He highlights the symbolic significance of a first-century wedding and the importance of being a part of the bride, which represents the Church. He addresses Jesus’ role in taking upon himself the wrath of God and the consequences of rejecting Him. Pastor Salley concludes with a discussion of Armageddon and the importance of living in peace and harmony with Jesus, motivated by His glory, dedicated to His cause, and transformed by His power.

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It’s All About The Glory, Part II

NLCF Worship Service | Sermon Series: What is God Like? | October 15, 2023 | Exodus 33:18-23

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It’s All About The Glory

NLCF Worship Service | Sermon Series: What is God Like? | October 8, 2023 | Exodus 33:18-23

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In It to Win It

In It to Win It

In this sermon, “In It to Win It,” Pastor Salley shows us the significance of grace in our lives. Grace is a gift freely given by God, offering forgiveness, redemption, and a restored relationship with Him. It is like a protective headgear that helps us navigate life’s challenges and withstand its blows. Grace is not a one-time gift but continuously available through the Holy Spirit. The key is humility and submission to God, allowing us to fully receive and tap into His grace. By prioritizing God’s grace and seeking His presence, we can experience His strength and uplifting in all areas of life.

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Get In The Game

In this sermon (“Get in the Game”), Pastor Salley explores the significance of God’s mercy in our lives. He discusses the importance of understanding God’s goodness, love, forgiveness, and mercy. He emphasizes the transformative power of mercy, how it completes us and removes our spiritual deformities. As recipients of mercy from God, Pastor Salley encourages us to show mercy to others and to actively demonstrate compassion.

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