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Do You Want To Know How Big Our Gracious God Is? As the people of Israel return from exile and imprisonment in Babylon, God sees a little lamb who cannot walk – and who needs to be carried. It is all there in Isaiah Chapter 40. God lifts those who are weak, but wanting to go back to Jerusalem - and He carries them close to His heart. Verse 11. He sees those who are with young - ewes with lambs - and leads them gently. Such tender personal intervention – out of where you are, to where Almighty God wants you to be. When Jesus Christ performed these miracles, in the Gospels, he was not seeking to impress the onlookers or to prove his claims. He did them because he could not bear to see the suffering of those around him! That poor widow of Nain – the leper struck down by disease – “I will – be thou clean!” The hungry crowds – blind Bartimaeus begging in Jericho - and that sick woman who had spent all her money seeking a cure – the scars and pains and marks of sin. The heart of God was more than touched. “Jesus Thou art all compassion – pure unbounded love Thou art” – we must never sing these words unthinkingly! Jesus keeps coming to men and women – “My friend you cannot carry that load yourself”. He sees the weight and heaviness of the burden – let me carry it for you – that is the Gospel! And – when nobody wants you – GOD wants you. He wanted His people back in Jerusalem – He wants you and me. That is the God we come to. Let this Word comfort you - let these truths put strength in your heart and mind and body, for what lies ahead. Verse 12. Isaiah sees a big God - and this big God is able to deal with the troubles of His people. God has measured the waters in the hollow of His hand. Do you want to know how big God is? I will tell you, Isaiah says - consider the width of space - the millions and millions of miles - but that is the distance between His thumb and little finger. Is this just poetry - picture language? Well it is said in the same breath as Zion and Judah and Jerusalem - and some of us have walked in these real places. These are NOT pictures – they are much more than pictures. This Saviour Shepherd is the Creator GOD – Creator and Redeemer. He weighed out the mountains in a little pair of hand scales. Or think of His Mind - we cannot understand the Spirit of the Lord - we are NOT His teacher - we cannot counsel Him as to how to do things. Verse 15. The nations are like a drop in a bucket - the nations are regarded as dust on the scales – China – America – United Kingdom – Scotland. Now - note - not his precious people, ISRAEL - nor those who have been bought with the blood of Jesus Christ. Those who belong to God through Jesus Christ are precious - and our strong tender God cares and shepherds and leads and guides us - as if He had nothing else to do in the whole universe. Much of this passage is fulfilled in the ministry of John the baptiser and Jesus held John in high regard. John’s ministry was a vital ministry – there is another vital lesson here – Herod refused to pay attention to John and had him beheaded. The lesson is – if you will not listen to John, it is hard to hear Jesus! We must never compromise the preaching of the Word of God. When the message is diluted, people preach – Faith without Repentance – and Discipleship without Cost. This passage shows us how much we mean to God. Know how much you mean to God. These verses require to be read more often than during ‘The season of Advent’. One year it will be the final Advent! “Almighty God – we worship our great and gracious and merciful God. We give thanks for the times and occasions when You have drawn so close and so near. Speak to us from Your Holy Word. Speak to us, risen and living and compassionate Christ. Loving Shepherd we open our hearts and lives to the promptings and nudging of the Holy Spirit. Amen” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org in the 'Archives' - warmest greetings in Christ Jesus.)
When the Storm Is Raging, Stand Firm and Faithful We are reading in Acts Chapter 27 – Paul is a prisoner and he is being sent by ship from Caesarea to Rome. Seriously bad decisions have been made by the owner and pilot of the ship, to sail on – and they are soon confronted by a violent Mediterranean storm. What can we learn about storms and from storms? We all face storms of one kind or another as we sail through life. Storms can cause me to drift – to drift from my goal. Acts 27 verse 15 - “The ship was caught in the storm and the wind was so strong that they could not sail against it. They lost all control so they stopped trying. They gave up and let the wind drive them, drifting in every direction.” That verse is packed with insight – we lose control – we stop trying because we are tired – we give up – we are pressure driven – we drift in every direction. Why make the effort? Is it worth it? Are we ever going to win and overcome – and be victorious? These thoughts come into our minds when we face sudden storms which we might have avoided if we had taken time to acquire wise and godly guidance and direction. Acts 27 verse 17 – “Then the crew tied ropes around the ship to try to hold it together.” This would be difficult in good weather, but think what it must have been like in bad weather. That was how sailors reacted in the Mediterranean at that time, when faced with dangerous weather. What do we do to hold things together when they appear to be falling apart? Storms can cause me to discard – when we are in pain – when we are in difficulty or down or feel defeated. Some things just do not matter so much. Acts 27 verses 18 and 19 – “The next day, as gale-force winds continued to batter the ship, the crew began throwing all the cargo overboard. The following day they even threw out all the ship’s equipment, and anything else they could lay their hands on!” We can start throwing stuff away – stuff we should never have thrown away – friends and fellowship we should never have discarded – standards and values which would have helped us be healed and repaired and restored and renewed – once the storm had passed. Storms do pass and we need to remember that when we are going through such a period in our lives. Storms can cause me to despair. Acts 27 verse 20 – “The terrible storm raged unabated for many days, blotting out both the sun and the stars, until in the dark, we finally gave up all hope of being saved.” Total darkness – no light of the sun – no guiding stars – this is serious. Everybody is in despair – panicking – except PAUL. This is not Paul’s storm. Paul is NOT responsible for this situation. What should I remember when it feels hopeless? The oldest Christian symbol is not the cross – and not the fish – but an anchor. We have this hope as an anchor for the soul – Hebrews 6 verse 19 How can I anchor my life in a storm? 1ST ANCHOR: THE PRESENCE OF GOD - These anchors can prevent us from drifting and crashing and sinking. Remember that God is with you. God has not abandoned you – He never will – He never has abandoned His people. Acts 27 verses 21 to 23 - “Finally, Paul called the crew together and said, ‘Men, if you had listened to me. . . you would have avoided all this injury and loss. But take courage! None of you will lose your lives, even though the ship will go down. For last night an angel of the God I serve and belong to, STOOD BY ME.’” The ship is going down – we cannot avoid that! But – God is standing by you – God is with you – God is with us – God was with PAUL. This will give you stability in the storm. 2ND ANCHOR: THE PURPOSE OF GOD – when I remember that God’s purpose is greater than this storm. Acts 27 verse 24 – “God’s angel said to me, ‘Don’t be afraid, Paul, for you will certainly stand trial before Caesar! What’s more, God in His goodness has granted safety to everyone else sailing with you!’” God has granted safety to everyone sailing with you – because they were sailing with Paul. “Nothing can separate us from the love of God” – not even storms and setbacks. 3RD ANCHOR: THE PROMISE OF GOD - Remember when you are heading into a storm – when the ship is about to break up – God’s promises can be trusted. Acts 27:25-26 – “So keep up your courage, men, for I have faith in God that it will all turn out just as God has promised. Nevertheless, we are all going to be shipwrecked on some island!” Paul had faith in God – not in the ship – not in the captain – not in the pilot – but nevertheless, we are all going to be shipwrecked. God has not promised to save your ship . He has promised to save you – to rescue you! Acts 27 verses 30 to 32 – “At one point, the sailors tried to abandon the ship, thinking their lifeboat would save them. But Paul said, ‘You’ll all die unless you stay with the ship! So the soldiers cut the ropes and let go of their lifeboat.” They would all die unless they stayed with the ship – their little lifeboat was not going to help them. It would not give them safety and security. We hold on to little lifeboats when there is a dangerous storm. There are times when we have to let go even of our man made lifeboats. Acts 27 verses 34 to 36 – “Then Paul said, ‘Please eat something for your own good. For not a hair of your heads will perish.’ Then he took some bread, gave thanks to God before them all, and ate it. Then everyone was encouraged.” Paul sets the example that encourages others. We so need more people who are able to do that – and live like that – and serve like that. Acts 27 verses 45 and 46 - “When daylight came. . . the officer ordered those who could swim to jump overboard and swim to the island. The rest grabbed pieces of wood from the broken ship to float on. But everyone made it safely to shore! Everybody aboard that ship was rescued because of PAUL – and there were 276 people. Be aware of the Presence of God – and the Purpose of God – and the Promises of God – at all times – because we never know when we are called to arise and serve and intervene in some serious stormy situation. Paul had an amazing influence upon the lives of all these people aboard that ship. We might have a similar influence upon the lives of others, as we stand strong and gracious and firm and faithful, when the storm is raging. “Almighty God – we see storms raging – across our world – throughout our nation – among families – even within our hearts and minds. Calm any storm that is raging within our individual hearts and lives – and where we might be able to quieten the storms that are raging elsewhere – help us – use us – in the name of our risen and living Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org in the 'Archives' - warmest greetings, in Christ Jesus.)

Believers Chapel is a non-denominational Christian Church in Dallas, Texas teaching historical Evangelicalism, Calvinism, and Premillenialism. believerschapeldallas.org

Believers Chapel is a non-denominational, evangelical Christian Church in Dallas, Texas. We are committed to the Historical Evangelical Christian Faith, Sovereign Grace and Premillennialism. Since our inception, we have sought to proclaim God's truths, love God's people, and be organized on the principles of the New Testament church. Romans 10:17 says, “Faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ." Whether you are a professing Christian or merely curious about faith, we invite you to come and hear the teaching of God's Word. Our goal is profitable teaching, reverent worship, and warm fellowship. The Chapel has a plurality of elders and encourages all of its members to exercise their spiritual gifts for the work of the ministry. The assembly meets weekly for the Ministry of the Word, Sunday School, and the Lord's Supper. We have an excellent nursery, Footsteps of Faith program for elementary-aged children, an active Youth Group and Young Adults Ministry. Visit www.believerschapeldallas.org for information on all of our services, programs, as well as an extensive collection of nearly 50 years of preaching from our gifted teachers. Our associated website, www.sljinstitute.net is dedicated solely to the ministry of Dr. S Lewis Johnson and contains transcripts as well as audio, for over 1,500 messages by the late Dr. Johnson. Service Times: Sunday // 8:30am: First Service – Ministry of the Word Sunday // 9:45am: Sunday School Sunday // 11:00am: Second Service – Ministry of the Word Sunday // 6:30pm: Evening Service – Lord's Supper Wednesday // 7:00pm – Bible Study

Mission: But we preach Christ crucified, to Jews a stumbling block and to Gentiles foolishness, but to those who are the called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and wisdom of God. 1 Cor. 1:23-24 (NASB)

“There is no knowledge of God, no relationship with God apart from believing in Christ as Lord.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Peter 1:1-4 | “All Sufficient Salvation” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Mr. Dan Duncan -- Psalm 46:1-11 “A Mighty Fortress” (19 April 2020)

19 April 2020 Mr. Dan Duncan delivers a message on Psalm 46:1-11 “A Mighty Fortress” Find out all about our ministry at our website: http://www.believerschap...

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Sunday | April 26, 2020

Dan Duncan will be live-streaming the
Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 11:00 am.

"Following the live-streaming message, the Lord's Supper will be observed. We encourage and invite each member of our church family to join in this Memorial Supper. Please prepare the appropriate elements: simple crackers, juice or wine. Mark and Dan will lead the observance, giving thanks for the elements, and we all will participate together."

To listen, go to our website at https://believerschapeldallas.org/

If you miss the live-stream, you can view this sermon on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BCDallasVideo

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Scripture Reading: 2 Peter 1:1-4

"All Sufficient Salvation"

The Lord's Supper

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“We are in the Father's hand. And since the Father is greater than all, no one is able to snatch us out of the Father's hand. He is a Mighty Fortress – strong and faithful, and always with us.”

– Dan Duncan | Psalms 46:1-11 | “A Mighty Fortress” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“God will not be known as a loser. He cannot fail. And when all is said and done; when at last we have been brought safely through the storms of life, we will praise Him forever as our great God and Savior. And the world will be made to praise Him too. Every knee will bow in heaven and on earth, and under the earth.”

– Dan Duncan | Psalms 46:1-11 | “A Mighty Fortress” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“The Lord will have the last word, and be exalted among the nations – exalted in the earth. He will establish His kingdom over this world, and reign forever. That's the goal of history, a kingdom. Not ultimately for our joy, but for His glory. And we can be glad of that.”

– Dan Duncan | Psalms 46:1-11 | “A Mighty Fortress” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“He called the mountains up out of the sea, and they can't slip back in without His approval. The earth can't shake unless He shakes it. He is the Creator of it all. The earth is His footstool, and He rules nature. Which means that we who are in Him, who have put our trust in the Lord God, have found a ‘refuge,’ a safe haven, a place of rest and security.”

– Dan Duncan | Psalms 46:1-11 | “A Mighty Fortress” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“No enemy, no sickness, no sadness will touch us, except what God allows for our good. He uses it all to produce growth. He makes the wrath of man to praise Him, the psalmist says. And in His time and way, He brings us through it all.”

– Dan Duncan | Psalms 46:1-11 | “A Mighty Fortress” | Believers Chapel Dallas

[04/18/20]   Sunday | April 19, 2020

Dan Duncan will be live-streaming the
Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 11:00 am.

"Following the live-streaming message, the Lord's Supper will be observed. We encourage and invite each member of our church family to join in this Memorial Supper. Please prepare the appropriate elements: simple crackers, juice or wine. Mark and Dan will lead the observance, giving thanks for the elements, and we all will participate together."

To listen, go to our website at https://believerschapeldallas.org/
(Unless you are involved with the streaming service or music, please do not come to the Chapel because we are limiting the number of people to 10.)

If you miss the live-stream, you can view this sermon on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BCDallasVideo

Ministry of the Word - Dan Duncan

Scripture Reading: Psalm 46:1-11

"A Mighty Fortress"

The Lord's Supper

“Christ does reign. He is enthroned in heaven and someday He will return and establish His kingdom on earth. It will be eternal not like the empires of men that come and go. That’s our hope and it is certain. In the meantime He is ruling in our lives ‘over all the earth.’ He is ‘the first and the last’ and everything in between.”

– Dan Duncan | Revelation 1:9-18 | “Fear Not” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“A man can gain the whole world. It means nothing compared to what we have gained in Christ. Kings and kingdoms come and go, rise and fall, but the Lord’s little flock has eternity.”

– Dan Duncan | Revelation 1:9-18 | “Fear Not” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“We can no more endure the sight of God’s glory than we can look into the face of the sun or stand in a blazing furnace. We don’t have the faculties for it. That’s the greatness of Christ.”

– Dan Duncan | Revelation 1:9-18 | “Fear Not” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“Christ conquered all our enemies on the cross. He paid for our sins, removed our guilt and defeated its consequence, the power of death and the devil. All of that happened on the cross through Christ’s sacrifice for us. The Lord’s bodily resurrection was the Father’s endorsement of that sacrifice; the proof that He accepted it.”

– Dan Duncan | Revelation 1:9-18 | “Fear Not” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Mr. Mark Newman and Mr. Dan Duncan -- the Lord’s Supper (12 April 2020)

12 April 2020 Mr. Mark Newman and Mr. Dan Duncan speak about the elements in the Lords Supper. Find out all about our ministry at our website: http://www.bel...

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Mr. Dan Duncan -- Revelation 1:9-18 “Fear Not” (12 April 2020)

12 April 2020 Mr. Dan Duncan delivers the Resurrection Sunday message from\ Revelation 1:9-18 “Fear Not” Find out all about our ministry at our website: http...

“Christ in heaven has the churches on earth in His ‘right hand,’ the hand of power and favor and He will never let us go. He is the Great Shepherd of the sheep.”

– Dan Duncan | Revelation 1:9-18 | “Fear Not” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Sunday | April 12, 2020
Resurrection Sunday

Dan Duncan will be live-streaming the
Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 11:00 am.

"Following the live-streaming message, the Lord's Supper will be observed. We encourage and invite each member of our church family to join in this Memorial Supper. Please prepare the appropriate elements: simple crackers, juice or wine. Mark and Dan will lead the observance, giving thanks for the elements, and we all will participate together."

To listen, go to our website at https://believerschapeldallas.org/
(Unless you are involved with the streaming service or music, please do not come to the Chapel because we are limiting the number of people to 10.)

If you miss the live-stream, you can view this sermon on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BCDallasVideo

Ministry of the Word - Dan Duncan

Scripture Reading: Revelation 1:9-18

"Fear Not"

The Lord's Supper

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Mr. Dan Duncan -- 2 Kings 9:1-37 “God’s Mill” (5 April 2020)

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5 April 2020 Mr. Dan Duncan finishes his series in on the Prophet Elijah with 2 Kings 9:1-37 “God’s Mill” Find out all about our ministry at our website: htt...

“He will come more suddenly, swiftly, furiously and justly than Jehu. And all resistance will be as futile and important as Jezebel’s. That’s the end of the age. But it actually occurs every day, when life ends, as it will for everyone. People may be dismissive of divine justice and a day of reckoning, even defiant to the end, but that changes nothing.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 9:1-37 | “God’s Mill” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“There would be no compromising with evil or half-measures with God’s Word. That’s the lesson for Christians. No compromise with error, theological or moral. We must reject it, root and branch.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 9:1-37 | “God’s Mill” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“When Elijah was on Mount Carmel, he accused the people of hesitating between two opinions, between worshiping Yahweh and worshiping Baal. That was also happening in Thyatira. People were compromising. No! A person doesn’t have to eat or live. We have to obey. That’s trusting the Lord who can provide. He did for Elijah in a famine.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 9:1-37 | “God’s Mill” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“Even though Israel was in unbelief, in a spiritually wretched state, worshipping Baal, still, they are the people of the Lord. He had not rejected them. He won’t. He can’t. He has made an unconditional covenant with Israel and He will always be true to His word. They are in the same spiritual state today, but His promises are still valid and trustworthy.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 9:1-37 | “God’s Mill” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“The Lord holds out mercy. He gives time for repentance. He is patient, slow to anger. But His patience ends and tribulation comes.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 9:1-37 | “God’s Mill” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Sunday | April 5, 2020
Dan Duncan will be live-streaming the Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 11:00 am.

"Following the live-streaming message, the Lord's Supper will be observed. We encourage and invite each member of our church family to join in this Memorial Supper. Please prepare the appropriate elements: simple crackers, juice or wine. Mark and Dan will lead the observance, giving thanks for the elements, and we all will participate together."

To listen, go to our website at https://believerschapeldallas.org/
(Unless you are involved with the streaming service or music, please do not come to the Chapel because we are limiting the number of people to 10.)

If you miss the live-stream, you can view this sermon on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BCDallasVideo

Ministry of the Word - Dan Duncan

Scripture Reading: 2 Kings 9:1-37

"God's Mill"

The Lord's Supper

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“The things we do in time count for eternity. So, we are to let our light shine. And shine everywhere, to the very depths of the last days.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 2:1-14 | “We Fly Away” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“All of us will depart this world someday. It won’t be in a chariot of fire and whirlwind. It may be in the rapture when our Lord returns. It may be the way Elisha departed and Paul and all the saints who have ever lived – who are not in that small fraternity of Enoch and Elijah. Death will come for us. But that’s okay because either way, as Moses said in Psalm 90, ‘we fly away.’ And we fly in unimagined glory.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 2:1-14 | “We Fly Away” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Mr. Dan Duncan -- 2 Kings 2:1-14 “We Fly Away” (29 March 2020)

29 March 2020 -------------------------- Mr. Dan Duncan continued his series in on the Prophet Elijah with 2 Kings 2:1-14 “We Fly Away” Find out all about ou...

[04/01/20]   The Lord's Supper - This Sunday
"Following the live streaming message this coming Sunday from Believers Chapel, the Lord's Supper will be observed. We encourage and invite each member of our church family to join in this Memorial Supper. Please prepare the appropriate elements: simple crackers, juice or wine. Mark and Dan will lead the observance, giving thanks for the elements, and we all will participate together."

“Who of us hasn’t said, ‘I have failed so often in my prayer life?’’ That’s true of most of us, I’m sure. And it’s our loss. Christ said, ‘Ask, and it will be given to you.’”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 2:1-14 | “We Fly Away” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“Do you believe what Jesus said – ‘You are the light of the world?’ And do you want to do what He said we are to, ‘Let your light shine?’ Then pray for it. Pray for knowledge and purity, power and courage.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 2:1-14 | “We Fly Away” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“Saints – Christians – are privileged people. We have the Holy Spirit, the Third Person of the Trinity within us to guide and protect and instruct us; provide us with Christ’s life and power.”

– Dan Duncan | 2 Kings 2:1-14 | “We Fly Away” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Sunday | March 29, 2020

Dan Duncan will be live-streaming the
Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 11:00 am.

To listen, go to our website at https://believerschapeldallas.org/
(Unless you are involved with the streaming service or music, please do not
come to the Chapel because we are limiting the number of people to 10.)

If you miss the live-stream, you can view this sermon on YouTube:
https://www.youtube.com/user/BCDallasVideo

Ministry of the Word - Dan Duncan

Scripture Reading: 2 Kings 2:1-14

"We Fly Away"

youtube.com From the Video Ministry of Believers Chapel in Dallas, Texas. Featuring videos of Dr. S Lewis Johnson and Mr. Dan Duncan.

“Like Naboth, Christ was put to death even though He was innocent, the only truly innocent man to ever live. When it happened, His disciples were completely defeated. They fled and went into hiding. But His death was actually His greatest victory. At the cross, Christ purchased His people and delivered them from the power and penalty of sin and the devil. The cross was His great victory.”

– Dan Duncan | 1 Kings 21:1-29 | “Naboth’s Vinyard” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“The eyes of the Lord are in every place, watching the evil and the good. The Judge of all the earth sees all and does right.”

– Dan Duncan | 1 Kings 21:1-29 | “Naboth’s Vinyard” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“We should not be naïve about the promises of God and our life in this world. We are in a battle with evil men and spirits that hate righteousness. But God lets nothing touch us that will not be for our good. And He will bless us for our faith and obedience. He turns injustice and what appears to be defeat into victory.”

– Dan Duncan | 1 Kings 21:1-29 | “Naboth’s Vinyard” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“Trust the Lord, in spite of the circumstances, and know that He is good for His word and will always lead us in the right and best path. He promises to be with us through fire and water, and bless our obedience at every step. But that does not mean we won’t have hardship. Jesus said, ‘In the world you have tribulation.’”

– Dan Duncan | 1 Kings 21:1-29 | “Naboth’s Vinyard” | Believers Chapel Dallas

“There are some things more important than things, than gardens or money or approval. That’s serving God and walking with the Lord.”

– Dan Duncan | 1 Kings 21:1-29 | “Naboth’s Vinyard” | Believers Chapel Dallas

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Mr. Dan Duncan -- 1 Kings 21:1-29 “Naboth’s Vineyard” (22 March 2020)

22 March 2020 Mr. Dan Duncan continued his series in on the Prophet Elijah with 1 Kings 21:1-29 “Naboth’s Vineyard” (22 March 2020) Find out all about our mi...

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Sunday | March 22, 2020
Morning

Dan Duncan will be live-streaming the
Sunday Ministry of the Word Service at 11:00 am.

To listen, go to our website at believerschapeldallas.org
But if you miss the live-stream, you can view this sermon on YouTube:
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Ministry of the Word - Dan Duncan

Scripture Reading: 1 Kings 21:1-29

“Naboth's Vineyard"

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Announcement

“Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful: and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near.” Hebrews 10:24-25

Greetings in the name of our Lord from the elders of Believers Chapel to all of those who receive our weekly online communications.

It is with ready willingness and pleasure that we seek to follow God’s grace in granting the believer the “new and living way” in this time of Coronavirus caution. The elders of the Chapel are at work to use all the wonderful means of modern communication for our congregation to assemble together, although we shall be at a physical distance from each other.

Dan Duncan looks forward to continuing the Chapel’s Ministry of Word by his live-streamed sermons at 11:00 Sunday mornings. Please join us each Sunday online at www.believerschapeldallas.org as we are built up in our faith through the preaching of His Word. And, as the writer to the Hebrews urges, " Let us think of ways to encourage one another."

We pray we continue to cast any and all anxiety on Him, because our Sovereign Lord assures us He cares for us. 1 Peter 5:7 Please make us aware through contact with the Chapel’s office of any special prayer requests and needs you have, and we shall shortly be in contact with the members of our congregation.

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Videos (show all)

Mr. Dan Duncan -- Colossians 1:1-8  “Greetings from Jail”
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Psalm 127:1-5 “How to Build a House“
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 16:9-20 “How Does It End?“
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 16:1-8 “The Empty Tomb“
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 15:42-47 “Buried“
r. Dan Duncan -- Mark 15:33-41 “The Death of Christ“
Mr. Geoff Brown — Nahum 2:1-13 “The Word of God”
Mr. Mark Newman -- Acts 19:21-41 “A Riot in Ephesus”
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 15:16-32 “Bearing the Cross“
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 15:1-15 “The Wonderful Exchange“
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 14:66-72 “Warming by the Devil’s Fire“
Mr. Dan Duncan -- Mark 14:53-65 “God in the Dock“

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Catch The Joy "The Joy of the Lord is your strength." Nehemiah 8:10b

New Beginnings at Mt. View Community Church New Beginnings at Mt. View Community Church
5601 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, 75249

Body of Christian Believers

Hope of Glory Community Church Hope of Glory Community Church
4002 S Marsalis Ave
Dallas, 75216

A Place Where All Are Welcome

Jesucristo Es Mi Refugio Dallas TX Jesucristo Es Mi Refugio Dallas TX
2929 S. Westmoreland
Dallas, 75233

JEMIR Oficial

Centro Cristiano Vida Abundante Centro Cristiano Vida Abundante
4848 Bernal Dr
Dallas, 75212

En CC Vida Abundante nuestro unico deseo es engrandecer el Reino de Dios... ven y adoremos juntos al unico que es digno de ser exaltado

The Way Fellowship Church of Dallas The Way Fellowship Church of Dallas
3415 S Polk St
Dallas, 75224

A vibrant, Holy Spirit led church that trains kingdom citizens to be kingdom minded and depopulate the kingdom of darkness and populate the Kingdom of God.

Iglesia Universal Dallas Iglesia Universal Dallas
1508 Cadiz St
Dallas, 75201

Lake Highlands UMC Lake Highlands UMC
9015 Plano Rd
Dallas, 75238

Sunday Mornings: 8:30 am Traditional Worship ~ Chapel 9:30 am Sunday School 11:00 am Traditional Worship ~ Sanctuary & Contemporary Worship ~ Great Hall