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Within the book of Philemon lies a narrative that illuminates the intricate tapestry of human relationships, forgiveness, and redemption. Pastor Allen begins his message by reciting an analogy.  The tale…
In the book of Judges, instead of finding a portrait of Israel's victorious life in the Promised Land, we encounter a recurring pattern of moral failure. It commences with their…

When Love Showed Up (Titus 3)

February 18, 2024
In this sermon, Pastor Allen delves into the profound wisdom found in Titus 3, exploring its relevance to our lives amidst the challenges and debates of our time. As we…
In this message Pastor Allen delves into the sobering narrative of Israel's decline in the absence of God's sovereignty. Set in the period after Joshua's death and before the establishment…
In today's sermon, we delve into Titus chapter 2, exploring how we as believers present Jesus to others. Drawing an analogy from a nervous individual preparing for a blind date,…
Here in 1 Corinthians 12, apostle Paul's exhortation to the Corinthian church resonates with timeless relevance: "Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I do not want you to be ignorant" (1…
In the vast tapestry of Paul's missionary journeys, the island of Crete stands out as a significant chapter in the life of Titus, one of Paul's trusted companions. Having been…
In this message from Joshua, presented by Pastor Allen Victor, we reflect on the profound truth that our words often reveal the deepest desires of our hearts. Joshua, nearing the…
In a world facing a spiritual famine, not caused by external forces but by a lack of hearing the words of the Lord, the call is clear – to preach…
Moving into Joshua 21, we encounter the allocation of land to the tribe of Levi. Despite their service in the ministry, the Levites faced practical needs for their families, homes,…
In exploring the dichotomy of good and evil, we recognize that various tools, such as guns, the internet, AI, nuclear energy, and dynamite, can be used for both constructive and…
To experience the abundant life promised by Jesus, believers must confront and overcome the adversaries that hinder their spiritual journey. These adversaries include sexual sins, idolatry, hatred, anger, unforgiveness, and…
Why do we teach? Why do we gather? These questions can be easily forgotten, especially in challenging times. Paul wrote a letter to Timothy in the face of ministry discouragement,…
In the biblical narrative of Joshua 10, we find a compelling account of types, shadows, and pictures that echo the redemptive story of Jesus Christ. Joshua, a type of Jesus,…
As we embark on a new year, it presents an opportunity for a fresh start, a chance to realign our priorities and seek first the kingdom of God. Drawing inspiration…
In the tapestry of spiritual gifts, speaking in tongues stands as one of the most controversial threads. Addressing the Corinthian church, Paul begins with a plea, "I don't want you…
As we delve into the powerful words of apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 9:24-27, we find a compelling analogy drawn from the realm of sports, particularly the Olympic Games that…
As we approach the most wonderful time of the year, we find ourselves caught up in the hustle and bustle of shopping and traveling to be with our families. The…
In this sermon titled "It's the Thought that Counts" based on Jeremiah 29:11, Pastor Allen Victor explores the significance of thoughtful gifts and applies this concept to understanding God's thoughts…
Once deceived by a professional con-artist, I unwittingly paid for his room for two nights. Little did I know, this experience would serve as a vivid illustration of the greatest…
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