Samson and the Lion

April 14th

Judges chapter 14 records the first of many amazing stories about Samson. Samson stands out among all the judges because of his many amazing feats, and this particular story begins the account of his great strength. In chapter 14, Samson is attacked by a lion...

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The Baptism Police

February 15th

The scriptures make it abundantly clear that people come to Christ through the waters of baptism (Acts 2:38; 8:38; 9:18; 1 Pet. 3:21). If you were to ask a 1st century Christian whether or not baptism was necessary for salvation I’m certain you would get...

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Gospel Meeting – The Dangers of Modern Thinking

January 29th

Click on the links below to listen to the sermons delivered by Charles Knight from the Central Church of Christ in New Smyrna Beach.

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The Leading Cause of Death

January 3rd

How many times do we hear statistics related to causes of death? Something to the effect of “heart problems are the number one cause of death in America.” Why are these statistics cited? So that we can avoid the problems that lead to death. If...

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The Condescending Gospel

August 25th

We are privileged to have been given the word of God.  It is a word of vitality, a message of purpose, and a light to our path.  If God had decided to do nothing, we would either be dead already, or doomed to die without...

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God Can Vindicate Himself

August 18th

It’s easy to get riled up about the headlines.  Year after year it seems that God’s ways are crumbling.  People grow in their zeal to mock Christianity.  We in America are privileged to have a voice that stands against that mockery.  We have the right...

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July 7th

Two of the biggest stars in popular culture, Taylor Swift and LeBron James, have been described as passive-aggressive.  They are just as much products of their generation as they are an influence in it.  A passive-aggressive person avoids confrontation.  They are just as hostile as...

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The Feeling of Guilt

July 7th

Feelings of guilt can often weigh us down.  It’s not something most Christians, or unbelievers for that matter, want to embrace.  Guilt, therefore, is to be avoided at all costs.  Some Christians, however, feel that if they’re not feeling guilty about something, then they’re not...

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Reverse Legalism

June 22nd

Legalism means different things to different people, but, generally speaking, the first people that come to mind when we think of “legalists” in the Bible are the Pharisees. They are condemned by Jesus for binding the Law of Moses beyond where God had bound it....

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Defiant Sin

June 18th

The Bible makes it clear that even after becoming a Christian people can reject Jesus and lose their salvation.  The entire book of Hebrews would not have needed to be written if this weren’t the case.  The Hebrew author states, “For in the case of...

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Verse of the Day

The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery,” “You shall not murder,” “You shall not steal,” “You shall not covet,” and whatever other command there may be, are summed up in this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” Love does no harm to a neighbor. Therefore love is the fulfillment of the law. — Romans 13:9-10 (NIV)

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