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David teaches from Acts 1. If we intend to be what Christ has called us to be, as Christians, there is one thing that is needed most. There are three parts in this passage that will reveal this. Through the intro, the instruction from Christ, and the ascension of Christ, we will see that it is […]

Kevin Bentley teachers from Matthew 5. We can love others by serving our local communities outside of the church walls. Because of Christ in us, we are light to a dark world. What hope does the world have if Christians don’t live their lives faithfully as the salt and light of the world. And, this […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Ephesians 4 and 5. In order to be spiritually successful, have victory over sin, and be everything that God designed us to be, we must surrounded ourselves with other Christians. Although relationships can be challenging, they are well worth it. The challenges we may face in our relationships with one another, […]

David denHartog teaches from Ephesians 5 and 6. When loving others through building our family intentionally, discipleship can first be defined by one’s marriage relationship. Marriage allows opportunity for refinement and growth, which is then a means and measurement for discipleship. Discipleship also occurs within the parent-child relationship, no matter how old the parents or […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from 2 Corinthians 5. Once we have passion for Christ and knowledge of the Bible, we should be compelled to proclaim Christ boldly.  What was Paul’s motivation to live out his Christian life and proclaim Jesus? What motivates you to proclaim Christ as we are called to do? Additional Scripture References: Hebrews […]

Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Timothy 3:10-17. Are you identifying yourself as a people of “The Book”? Respect for the Scriptures has been on the decline and is only getting worse, since many see it as boring and irrelevant during this time period. The New Testament Scripture has promised life transformation through the Holy spirit […]

Pastor Dave teaches from Philippians 3:7-16. The mission of Cleburne Bible Church is to transform lives by making disciples through the grace and truth of our Lord Jesus Christ. But what defines a disciple? What does it mean to pursue christ passionately? In this passage, Paul gives four main points about pursing Christ passionately. Scripture […]

Dean Elliott teaches on Isaiah 41. Isaiah is one of the most beautiful books in Scripture due to it exalting God’s glory and wonder. There are three points introduced in this passage: fear, trade and trust. Often times we reach out to our idols when fearful. Instead, we must learn to exchange this habit by […]

Kevin Bentley preaches from Isaiah 40. There are many promises in this passage that declare the greatness of God. But the question arises, “Can He really do it?” These verses build up our confidence in His promises. There is a connection between understanding God’s power and living out our lives. A correct perspective of our […]

David denHartog teaches from Isaiah 40:1-11. As we all know, life has not been the same since Covid-19 hit in 2020. We are in need of comfort for our anxious hearts during such uncertain times. This type of comfort only comes from God.  The theme of this chapter in Isaiah is comfort and the focus […]

Suhkwant Bhatia, President and CEO of Seek Partners International, Inc., shares about the challenges of ministry being the same around the world and how pastoring a church is one of the most difficult jobs here and overseas. We see from the beginning of the Bible in Genesis, all the way to Revelation, that God wants to […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Luke 10.  As we face failure, we can choose to quit or choose to lie and hide our failures.  If one chooses not to quit, how should one proceed?  This passage talks about how we live in the new covenant and includes a summary of the law, found in the Old […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Luke 3.  Its a slippery truth to know that God’s plan for you life would include failure.  We walk in a world where failure is imminent, and one can choose to quit or settle for a lesser standard.  But God wants us to choose something different — to embrace what only […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from Leviticus 16, which gives instructions about the Day of Atonement to the Jewish people.  This was the most important day on the Jewish calendar and it delivers a clear picture of what Jesus did for us.  Are we walking in forgiveness? Are we extending that to others? Additional Scripture references: Hebrews […]

*Please note – this sermon is preached from a passage that requires maturity.  The message is suitable for pre-teens and teens. Please be prepared to answer any of your children’s questions should they arise after referencing Leviticus 18.  Thank you for your support as we look through all of Scripture as the infallible, inspired Word […]

Dean Elliott teaches on Leviticus 12-15.  We live in a world that is broken; a world that doesn’t work right.  There are circumstances beyond our control, tragedies and difficulties, and not all of it is for only the unbeliever.  What are the circumstances of Leviticus 12-15?   Why would God give these laws?  Where does […]

David denHartog teaches from Leviticus 11:1-47, which explains dietary restrictions given to the Israelites.  Why were these important?  What did it look like for Israel to be set apart?  What does the New Testament have to say in regard to these same things?  What does it look like for us to be set apart? Additional […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Leviticus 10, which has three distinct parts.  There is an incident and an accompanying proclamation, then the first piece of statutory law for priests that seems out of place because it is not with the rest of the rules found later in Leviticus, and an epilogue narrative.

David denHartog teaches from Leviticus 9:1-24.  Is going to church and/or your quiet time with God just a box to check off or is it a time to connect with Him?  How do we experience fellowship with God?  What are the factors necessary if God is going to show up? Additional Scripture references: Revelation 3:20; […]

Kevin Sale teaches from II Timothy 4 on Student Ministry Sunday.  There is a strong temptation to look at our children and say we’re too busy to play or have too much going on to pour into them; the temptation to just make sure they are just taken care of while we go on about […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from Leviticus 8, which shows us our need for a high priest.  Aaron was the first high priest and a foreshadow of Jesus.  We also need a priesthood.  What clothing did the High Priest wear?  What does it mean for us today?  Who is the priesthood today? Additional Scripture references:  I Peter […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Leviticus 5:14 – 6:7.  This offering is an continuation, and subcategory, of the sin offering that was taught last week and is in regard to any of the Lord’s holy things.  How do we move from being clueless about our sins to being Godly?  How do make things right with God, […]

David denHartog teaches from Leviticus 4:1-5:13.  There are lots of things we do that unintentionally hurt another person.  The offering in this passage is the ‘sin offering’ or ‘purification offering.’  Its purpose was to restore fellowship with God.  What does the offering cover?  What does this offering mean for us today? Additional Scripture references:  I […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Leviticus 3 and 7. The Peace Offering is the third and center of five offerings.  There are three important points to keep in mind as we study this offering: 1. What part of the meal is it?  2. Who’s invited to the meal?  3.  What’s the occasion? Additional Scripture references: I […]

David denHartog, for Easter Sunday, teaches from Romans 5:8-10.  Easter is about transformed lives.  How do you experience such a life?  The same power that resurrected Jesus from the grave is available to you and I to transform and change our lives.  How does one turn on that power? Additional Scripture references:  Romans 3:23; Romans […]

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