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Independent Bible Baptist Church located in Indianapolis Indiana. Free Download Bible Studies and Sermons from Irvington Bible Baptist Church.

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Independent Bible Baptist Church located in Indianapolis Indiana. Free Download Bible Studies and Sermons from Irvington Bible Baptist Church.








Have you been vaccinated?

Vaccinations have been a hot topic recently. The anti-vaxers are all over social media, spouting about all the supposed side effects that these vaccines cause. Have you ever watched one of those commercials on the television for medications? They always have a disclaimer portion towards the end that describes all of the possible side effects … Continue reading Have you been vaccinated? →


Who is your Mother?

Mother’s day was celebrated last Sunday, If you are a mother, stepmother, guardian, grandmother, mother-in-law, or any other motherly role, please accept my sincere thank you! Thank you for the laughs, the tears, the late nights worrying, and even when you waited up in a dark room to catch me breaking curfew. While growing … Continue reading Who is your Mother? →


Three things about God that deserve your worship

Everyone seems to be concerned with what they deserve, with what is fair. People are self-centered and often feel that they are not getting what they deserve in life. What about God? Is he getting what he deserves from you? Are you serving him out of obligation? Too often Christians drag themselves to church, forcing … Continue reading Three things about God that deserve your worship →


Seven Judgments

Judgment is not a subject that most people enjoy thinking about, but judgment is coming, and sooner than most would want to recognize. People look for any excuse to avoid thinking about coming judgment. In fact, just before the death of actor W.C. Fields, a friend visited him in the hospital and was surprised to … Continue reading Seven Judgments →


The Slow Fade

The loss of a close relationship is not usually a sudden event. It is usually the result of a slow fade. One small step after another, and before you know it, there is “suddenly” a huge gap. You see this in the workplace too, the good employee starts off great, but after some time, they start … Continue reading The Slow Fade →


The Lamb of God

A sermon from Irvington Bible Baptist Church: The Passover lamb found in Exodus chapter 12 is a picture of the Lord Jesus Christ, The Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world.


Combating Pride

Pride will get you into trouble every time! I have gotten myself into more mishaps than I care to remember because I thought or wanted to prove that I could do something without help or assistance from anyone. One of the biggest battles that you will face as a believer is the battle of who gets … Continue reading Combating Pride →


Doing Trust The Right Way

At some point or another, you will have to decide what you will trust or depend on. Dependance arises from the recognition that you need help.


What happens when you read the Bible daily?

As we begin a new year, it is a good time to develop some new habits. So-called new years resolutions don’t typically stick for more than a month or so because we are not dedicated to them. We lose interest in them because they don’t show an immediate return on our investment. Another reason that … Continue reading What happens when you read the Bible daily? →


Are you prepared?

With winter upon us, most people would do well to check their winter travel preparedness. Items that you should have in your car, but probably don’t. Full tank of gas Coat Blanket Boots Flashlight & batteries Ice scraper Shovel Fire source Jumper cables First aid kit This is not an exhaustive list, you could add … Continue reading Are you prepared? →


Times UP!

Timing is important in everything we do. We have time on our wrist; we have time on our phones, we have calendars everywhere we look, walls, desk, computer, phone, journals, etc. Most everything that we do revolves around time. Whether it’s time management or procrastinating because we think there is plenty of time, timing is … Continue reading Times UP! →


The worship of the wise men

Christmas is not about the trees, it’s not about the lights either; no matter how much you can relate to Clark Griswold. Personally, I don’t have any desire to do a bunch of decorations, but I know that a lot of people do. That is not what Christmas is about though. It’s not about all … Continue reading The worship of the wise men →


What Moves You?

What motivates you to do the things that you do? What motivates you at work, school or in life in general? Stephen Covey in Seven Habits of Highly Effective People said: If the ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step we take just gets us to the wrong place faster. Most people … Continue reading What Moves You? →


Three Marks of a Good Leader

A good leader will lead from the front, a good leader does not push from the rear. A good leader will lead by example, they will demonstrate the behaviour that they want from their followers. Leaders who are respected and considered to be good, typically do not ask anyone to do something that they are … Continue reading Three Marks of a Good Leader →


Six reasons that people quit

It seems like people are always quitting. you used to hear about people working for a company and retiring after 40 years of service. That does not happen very often anymore. People do not seem to stick with anything for that length of time these days. I remember a time when it was uncommon to … Continue reading Six reasons that people quit →


How to be Thankful in Suffering

Every year on the fourth Thursday of November, we set aside a day and a time of thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is not just a national holiday where you don’t have to go to work; it is not just the day that proceeds Black Friday when people forget all about being thankful and are willing to trample … Continue reading How to be Thankful in Suffering →


False Sense of Security

As Christians, we need to take spiritual threats seriously. The thoughts that we dwell on are what will dictate the choices that we make. There is not enough emphasis placed on the thought life and mindset in society today. Most people are passive in their response to their thought life. That is, people don’t protect … Continue reading False Sense of Security →


Help for the Blind

Asking for help isn’t something that most people enjoy doing. We like to think that we can do it ourselves, whatever “it” is. You notice this even in small children as they are learning to do things for themselves. They often don’t want help, saying “no Mom! I can do it!” even when they are … Continue reading Help for the Blind →


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