Posted: July 9, 2021
Peter is addressing believers that are scattered. They are suffering and Peter is moved by the Holy Spirit to write words of comfort to them and to believers throughout the years. Peter admonishes all believers to remember the truths of God and to dwell on them rather than on their problems.
Posted: July 7, 2021
We are so excited to invite all kids ages 3 yrs. through 6th grade to join us for AWANA at Cape Baptist Church! AWANA is held each Thursday night from 6:30-8pm, from September through April, beginning September 9, 2021. Kids will enjoy games, Bible lessons, memory verses, prizes and more!
Posted: July 2, 2021
This message looks at a time in the life of Isaac. He lied about his wife, and he was opposed by the Philistines. They stopped his wells and he had to move to find water. It seems that Isaac was weak but Abimelech, the King of the Philistines declared “thou art much mightier than we.” (Genesis 26:16) Therefore, this message considers this mighty man of God.
Posted: June 25, 2021
Peter was called by God to be an apostle of Jesus Christ. He was better prepared to serve after being sifted as wheat by the devil. No longer did he care to strive over who of the disciples should be accounted the greatest. Through it all Peter went on to strengthen the brethren because his faith failed not.
Posted: June 18, 2021
This message continues the introduction to 1st Peter. Peter was the impetuous disciple. To be useful to God he had to change. The problem was that Peter thought he was quite spiritual just the way he was. But God saw differently. In these verses Jesus tells Peter of the coming trials that will make him useful to God.
Posted: June 11, 2021
Peter is writing to scattered believers. They fled to Asia Minor and there they found new challenges in life. So it is that life does have its problems but with the Lord those trials have purpose and by God’s grace we can endure and live a victorious life that is pleasing to God.
Posted: May 28, 2021
Here we have a wrestling match between Jacob and God. God had plans for Jacob, but he had a spirit that had to be broken, thus the wrestling match. In that wrestling match Jacob’s thigh was put out of joint. Therein Jacob was more useful to God with a limp that he was without a limp.
Posted: May 14, 2021
Our God is a Trinity consisting of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. They are unified as One! Their functions are shared and overlapping yet assigned to one of three. This two-part study focuses on the work of God the Holy Spirit. It is important to understand the work of the Holy Spirit so that we worship and serve in accordance with God’s Word, and His purposes.
Posted: April 30, 2021
We can learn much from these famous people in the scriptures. They both knew to sacrifice to God, but they differed in their offering. Abel offered from the flock but Cain from the fruit of the ground. Abel’s offering was accepted by God, but Cain’s was not accepted. Only a sacrifice of blood could cover their sin. This is still true today. Faith in the shed blood of Jesus for salvation is the only acceptable way to eternal life.
Posted: April 9, 2021
Patience depends on trusting God and patience and trusting are vital to the successful Christian Life. This world does not encourage patience. Hence every believer is to look beyond this world, trust God and live daily with patience applying ourselves to Trust and Patience.
Posted: March 31, 2021
The Bible is unified in its teachings. From Genesis to Revelation there is harmony. It is God’s Word and it tells of the grand reality of this world from creation to eternity. The Bible certainly does not tell us everything, but it tells us what we need to know and that is the essence of our study, It’s All One Story.
Posted: March 5, 2021
We live in a world of confusion, unrest, and frustration. The Bible tells us that perilous times are coming. No man knows when the Lord will return but we do know that we are to trust God and serve Him. This message is to help settle our thinking by have The Christian Perspective on life.
Posted: February 19, 2021
In this message we see the deceptive behavior of King Ahab to save his life in battle. Rather than accept God as the true god he schemed to save his life. But his deceptions failed, and he was fatally wounded by a random arrow shot into the chaos of battle. God is surely in control of this world.
Posted: February 12, 2021
King Jehoshaphat unites with King Ahab against Syria. The 400 prophets of Baal tell them of sure victory but Micaiah declared the word of the Lord that they will lose the battle and King Ahab will die. Thus, Micaiah was the only one who stood for truth and The Majority was Wrong.
Posted: February 1, 2021
This is the sad story of King Ahab who wanted another man’s vineyard. The palace and the rule over 10 tribes was not enough for him. He just had to have that vineyard so much so that the owner was killed so that the king could have his vineyard. Jeremiah 17:9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?
Posted: January 15, 2021
The work of God through Elijah is still fresh in the events of Israel. Now God moves this great army against King Ahab and the Northern Kingdom. The purpose is to get Ahab to realize that Jehovah is God! We would think that would have been settled by the fire from heaven but not so. So, God continues his pursuit of Ahab to humble himself to a right relationship with Him.
Posted: December 25, 2020
Christmas is a time to remember the birth of Jesus. One that night long ago the Angels declared, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” But where is that peace? The earth is filled with violence, yet that promise is still valid. This message tells you how to have that peace in this sinful world.
Posted: December 18, 2020
Elijah has been called by God to a great work in turning the Northern Kingdom from idolatry to the living God. Elijah would not heed the words of God spoken to him in a still small voice. Therefore Elijah, the prophet, learned that he was not exempt from chastisement for disobedience to God
Posted: November 27, 2020
The famine was great in Israel and Mount Carmel was the place for a great contest between Elijah and the 850 false prophets. All Israel was assembled to see who the true God was and is! The false prophets cried all day with no response. Elijah prayed and fire immediately fell from heaven. The famine had its perfect work and God has shown that He is the God of gods and the King of kings!