• Ron Tuit

    Contributing sermons since Dec 3, 2012
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Ronald Tuit
Pioche, Nevada 89043

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  • "A River To Make A City Glad” Part 2

    Contributed on May 15, 2020

    Psalm 46:4-7 shows us a Biblical picture of a river flowing from the Holy Place of God. We find that God is our pleasure; He is our Life, He is our Power.

    “A River to Make a City Glad” Psalm 46:4-7, Part 2 God is our Protector We saw last week that God alone is our shelter and fortress for any and all calamities which attack us externally, but He is also an internal strength, whereby we are always renewed as we turn to Him. He is an more

  • "A Song Of Holy Confidence In The Holy God”

    Contributed on May 15, 2020

    During days of trial, Psalm 46 has been a source for many throughout the Church Age. Martin Luther based the famous hymn, "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God", on this Psalm. The Psalm offer us a Holy Confidence in our Holy God.

    We are going to look at Psalm 46 for a few weeks, a majestic Psalm, which was written to be sung, in fact, many Christian hymns in history have been based on this Psalm. It is one of nine Psalms/ Songs of Zion, the place where God reigns and rules. The Psalm is divided into three stanzas, with more

  • Full Disclosure Of The Mystery Of God

    Contributed on Feb 21, 2017

    Paul's deep struggle concerning false teachers and false doctrines is one that continues today. We see some of the characteristics of false religions and cults and how the Church can be guarded against them.

    Full Disclosure of the Mystery of God Colossians 2:1-5 We begin Chapter 2 of Paul’s letter more

  • "A Reconciling Love And Resulting Character”

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2017

    Following the examination of the Early Church Hymn to Christ's Supremacy over Creation and Redemption , Paul explains the persevering character of those who have received saving faith.

    “A Reconciling Love and Resulting Character” Colossians 1:21-23 We continue in our study of Colossians. Having studied the hymn of the early Church in Colossians 1:15-20 exalting Christ’s supremacy over all Creation as well as redemption, we continue in verses 21-23: Col. 1:21: “And you, who more

  • "A Hymn To The Supremacy Of Christ In Redemption”

    Contributed on Feb 15, 2017

    We examine the second part of a presumed a hymn of the Early Church, glorifying Jesus as preeminent and supreme over Redemption.

    “A Hymn to the Supremacy of Christ In Redemption” Colossians 1:18-20 Last week we looked at the first section of this marvelous Hymn to the Supremacy of Christ found in Colossians 1:15-20 and saw that it declares Christ as the Eternal Creator and Sustainer God, who has the highest rank or more

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