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, […]
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 […]
Dean Elliott teaches from John 6 on Good Friday. Salvation is by faith alone in Christ alone. Why follow Jesus? Can he provide what we need?
Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Thessalonians 3:6-18. It is not the Day of the Lord yet, so what do we do while we wait? Are you working? Or, are you considered dead weight, and relying on someone else? In this passage, we see a general principle that encompasses two commands.
Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17. God’s kingdom can be likened to a train that is barreling through history. God has decided what the destination of the train will be, and the best place to be is on the train. The way to get on the train is to believe that Jesus paid the […]
In Psalm 136, we see a recount of God’s loyal love through creation and the story of Israel. We are called to celebrate God’s loyal love, His “hesed.” Cleburne Bible is required by its constitution to share a ‘state of the church’ every year. David denHartog, Dean Elliott, Tom Worthley, Kevin Bentley, Kevin Sale, and […]
Dean Elliott teaches from 2 Thessalonians 1:1-5.
Dean Elliott teaches from Colossians 4:7-18, the last of the series in “Christ, Our Life.” Lists of names are typically not interesting, unless your name is on the list or you know some of the people on the list. This section is largely a list of names and represents an ancient snapshot of Paul’s life […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Colossians 4:2-6, continuing the series, “Christ, Our Life.” In this passage, Paul casually mentions a stewardship that is unique to Christians: only Christians have access to the throne room of God and have the power of God inside them. All people are given the same amount of time. How do we […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Colossians 3:12-17. Last week’s sermon was all about what we as believers need to say ‘no’ to, so that we can say ‘yes’ to who we are in Christ. This week, we see five items we can put on like clothing and three principles that we can live our lives by. […]