Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 16:5-21. Misdiagnosis of a disease or of termites can have disastrous effects. Misdiagnosis of your spiritual condition can cost you your soul. In this section of Matthew, Jesus issues a warning about a particular kind of teaching that could potentially cause a lot of misdiagnosis in your life and subsequent […]
Various members of Cleburne Bible Church share what they are thankful for and how God has worked in their lives through the ministries of CBC. They are powerful! (The sermon audio recording for the morning can be found HERE. This video recording includes the second entire service, including the Cardboard Testimonies and the Next Generation […]
David denHartog addresses the question of WHY do people who are following God’s will suffer? They are walking in fellowship with God to the best of their ability, and when terrible things happen, they often ask, “What did I do wrong?” Psalm 44 addresses the question as well. Discover the progression of thoughts and the psalmists response […]
Dean Elliott talks about what kind of relationship God wants with each of His children and how we can go about getting that relationship. Scripture based in Psalm 23 and Romans 5:1-5.
David denHartog gives an overview of Ecclesiastes, a book which helps to answer the questions we have when events seem needless or absurd or mundane. Where is God in all of those?
Dean Elliott uses Jacob’s prayer found in Genesis 32:22-32 to challenge our concept of prayer and blessing. Prayer is not like chisel and a hammer and carve out something that we like (like in the Greek myth Pygmalion). But rather, when you have a real encounter with God, He uses it to change you. Prayer […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Psalm 27 about allowing our weaknesses to be reminders to connect with God and allowing Him to complete you. We should see our weaknesses as gifts instead of trying to compensate for them or get rid of them. Weakness is not wickedness, but what you do with your weaknesses could turn […]
Dean Elliott teaches about work – what work is and how we were made for it. We can get satisfaction from our work, but it is not our the source of our satisfaction. Scripture references: Genesis 1:26-27, 2:1-17, 3:17b-19; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-13; John 6:26-35