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Sermon audio from the pulpit of Fellowship Bible Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Sermon audio from the pulpit of Fellowship Bible Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Intercessory Prayer

7/15/2024
Ephesians 3:14-19 July 14, 2024 PM. The Scripture reading was Amos 8.

Duration:00:42:01

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A Sign Sought

7/15/2024
Luke 11:29-36 July 14, 2024 AM. Jesus reveals the problem was not the lack of a sign, it was a problem in the spiritual life of those request the sign. Our Scripture reading was 1 Thessalonians 4.

Duration:00:44:38

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Dueling Letters, Who has the Truth?

7/15/2024
Jeremiah 29 July 14, 2024 SS.

Duration:00:36:14

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Reaction to the Doctrinal Storm's Arrival

7/15/2024
Acts 15:6-11 July 10, 2024 PM. Church leaders and the church as a whole must work together to restate and defend the truth of God’s word.

Duration:00:31:16

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Lord's Table: The Holiness of God

7/9/2024
Isaiah 6:1-8 July 7, 2024 PM. John 12:41 informs us that Isaiah saw the glory of the Lord ... Jesus Christ! Let us remember that our Savior is holy, sinless, worthy of worship, and worthy of our life of service. Our Scripture reading was Amos 7.

Duration:00:41:30

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A House Divided

7/9/2024
Luke 11:14-28 July 7, 2024 AM. You need to evaluate your own response to the Lord Jesus. Are you like any of these responses—illogical, absurd, re-directing, misdirecting, professing to be neutral, not caring about the word of God or obeying it? Or are you like a wise man who hears what Jesus says and obeys it (Luke 6:46-49, Matt. 7:24)? Our Scripture reading was I Thessalonians 3.

Duration:00:50:51

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Thy Word is a Lamp

7/9/2024
Psalm 119:105-112 July 7, 2024 SS.

Duration:00:34:09

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Conflict Over False Doctrine Part 2

7/9/2024
Acts 15:3-5 July 3, 2024 PM.

Duration:00:32:08

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The Lord’s School of Prayer - Persistence and a Good Father

7/9/2024
Luke 11:5-13 June 30, 2024 AM. Are you persistent in prayer, or lazy in prayer? Do you truly trust in God’s goodness or just pay it lip service? Our Scripture reading was I Thessalonians 2.

Duration:00:40:58

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Doctrinal Statement Part 6

7/9/2024
Various June 30, 2024 SS.

Duration:00:44:34

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Conflict Over False Doctrine

7/9/2024
Acts 15:1-5 June 26, 2024 PM.

Duration:00:26:12

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Bible Questions and Answers

7/9/2024
Various June 23, 2024 PM. Pastor Postiff addresses a number of questions including one about the Great Harlot in Revelation 17-19, unity of believers in a denominational world, a question about the kings of Judah and Israel, and whether Romans 2:14-16 allows for some people to be judged on a basis other than their relationship to Jesus Christ. Our Scripture reading was Amos 6.

Duration:00:58:45

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God's Minister in the Ministry

7/9/2024
Ephesians 3:1-14 June 23, 2024 AM. Our Scripture reading was 1 Thessalonians 1.

Duration:00:57:31

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Mission Board Update

7/9/2024
Various June 23, 2024 SS.

Duration:00:38:49

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Prayer and Prolonged Affliction

6/21/2024
Psalm 88 June 19, 2024 PM. Psalm 88 is a personal lament. The psalmist's prolonged affliction has left him feeling alone and abandoned like the dead. His concern is that in death there is no opportunity to declare God's glory among the living. Therefore, the psalmist persistently cries out to God for deliverance. We learn from the psalmist that when in the pit of prolonged affliction, believers should persistently pray for God’s deliverance with a view toward declaring God’s glory.

Duration:00:37:39

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Fellow Citizens and Members of the Household of God

6/21/2024
Ephesians 2:19-22 June 16, 2024 PM. Our Scripture reading was Amos 5.

Duration:01:01:48

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The Lord's School of Prayer

6/21/2024
Luke 11:1-4 June 16, 2024 AM. A. The model prayer, or any prayer for that matter that is patterned after it, is of no value if the heart of the person praying it is not walking with God. “If I cherish iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me” (loose quotation of Psalm 66:18). B. The question and the Lord’s answer concern private, individual prayer. The Lord is not talking about public prayer offered in a gathered worship service. That topic is addressed elsewhere in Scripture (1 Cor. 11:4-13, 14:13-17; 1 Thess. 5:17, 5:25; 1 Tim. 2:1-8). Paul in particular gives reports about the content of his prayers. I do not believe those things violate the Lord’s prohibition about public prayer in Matthew 6 because Paul is not giving the prayer report to seek praise from people as the Pharisees were doing. He is giving the report to edify and encourage the church. Those who pray publicly in church also must pray with similar motivation. We also see examples of the first church praying together in Acts 1:14, 4:24-31, 12:12, 13:3, 14:23, 20:36, 21:5, 27:29. C. The model prayer gives us a template, an outline if you will, that shows our focus in all things it to be heavenward—toward God as holy Father, toward God’s kingdom and will, toward God’s provision, toward God’s mercy in forgiveness, with respect to our similar godly attitude toward others, and toward holiness in our conduct. D. The model prayer does not accomplish its design if we do not pray very much or often. Our Scripture reading was Philemon 1.

Duration:00:50:19

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Think Well

6/21/2024
Philippians 4:8 June 16, 2024 SS. In myself: A. Repent. Confess any sin. Ask God to help you think better in the future, more carefully, more truly, etc. In others: B. Do not treat the failed person with malice, harsh judgement, ill will, lack of love, lack of mercy, etc. C. Love covers a multitude of sins. D. Gently ask the person to explain their thinking, and if truly he is not “thinking well” then ask him to amend his ways. If there is a pattern of sin, expose that as a help to the brother or sister so they will break that pattern. E. Be quick to forgive.

Duration:00:40:15

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Strengthening the Souls of the Disciples

6/12/2024
Acts 14:21-28 June 12, 2024 PM. This reminds us of several truths that we need to really engage with: 1. Paul and his missionary team were doing exactly what the Great Commission told them to do. 2. The Great Commission is not just about preaching the gospel, but doing the next steps – making disciples, maturing disciples, organizing disciples into churches with pastors. The Great Commission requires more of us than to only share the gospel. There is also required continued teaching, encouragement, warning, and establishing of local churches with qualified leadership. 3. Our church’s missions program needs to be focused on this kind of work—since that is what the Great Commission is! Social programs are not missions. If we keep that clear, we have the start of a good foundation to go forward in our missionary program. 4. Our local church ministries and programs need to be focused on making disciples, not just doing things for things’ sake.

Duration:00:38:53

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Reconciled Through Christ

6/12/2024
Ephesians 2:14-18 June 9, 2024 PM. Our Scripture reading was Amos 4.

Duration:00:58:46