What the Bible is All About: God as Pursuer

God created the whole world and humans in it in perfect relationship with Him. Adam and Eve walked and talked with Him, seeing Him face to face every day in the Garden. However, when they disobeyed God by eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, they broke that relationship between God and Humanity, sentencing themselves and all of creation to lives of pain, human injustice, and loneliness. In his mercy, God removed Adam and Eve from the Garden to keep them from eating the fruit from the tree of life, ensuring that they would not […]

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Kosmosdale Baptist Church: Ecclesia semper reformanda est

In the 16th and 17th centuries, as they worked to enact changes that they had realized were crucial within the Church, the early Protestants came to understand that reformation is NOT a program that could be achieved simply through a right doctrinal statement and changing a handful of wrong practices. Rather, they came to understand the principle seen in the title of this post: Ecclesia semper reformanda est, “the Church is [to be] always reforming.” The Church, just as the individual members of which She is comprised, must constantly be looking into the Scriptures and reforming according to Scripture (James 1:25). Like […]

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Wednesday Sermon Series

Pastor Mitch’s Wednesday series on Hebrews 11 has been tagged “By Faith.” The link is: http://www.kosmosdalebaptistchurch.org/media-tags/by-faith/ Pastor’s Tim Wednesday series “Lessons from the Lives of Israel’s Kings” is also under: http://www.kosmosdalebaptistchurch.org/media-tags/lives-of-israels-kings/ Hope you are edified by these sermons.

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King David: Example, Type, and Covenant Head

This past Wednesday night, we had the opportunity to hear from Andrew Lindsey, who is a former member of Kosmosdale Baptist Church. He spoke about the significance of David in biblical typology. Here is a written version of what he spoke on this past Wednesday: Why Study the Life of King David (and Other Biblical Kings)? IMAGINE you have a friend who, once every week, gathers with a small group of people to study ancient rulers. The group studies Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great, Amenhotep I, etc. You may think that such a meeting is somewhat interesting. But if it […]

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