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Recorded live at our weekend worship experiences, these messages feature Pastor Crockett Davidson and guest speakers at Vintage City Church in Hickory, NC. For more information, visit us online at vintagecitync.com.
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Dustin Scott // Revelation 4:1-11 Pastor Dustin takes us through Revelation 4, helping us narrow down four recurring themes. He touched on two themes: Heavenly Perspective and Heavenly Access. First, our Heavenly Perspective can be deadened by our sin and narrowed by improper focus. …
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Greg Sanders // Revelation 3:14-20 The Lord is obvious: He stands at our heart door and knocks. Are you willing to open your heart to let Him in? First, we need to understand that the Lord addresses believers in Revelation chapter three when He says that He is standing and knocking o…
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Vintage City Church // Gratitude // Greg Sanders // 1 Thessalonians 5:18 Our external worlds are influenced by our internal disciplines. One thing we don't always think about is that Jesus was extremely good at managing His internal nature. Think about it: where in the scriptures do you see Jesus communicated from a place of insecurities? Or, where…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Greg Sanders // Revelation 3:3-13 (part 2) "The statement to the church in Philadelphia states, "I know the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close." Jesus is the one who opens and closes doors. We are on a journey where our faith is being refined, teste…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Greg Sanders // Revelation 3:3-13 (part 1) "Verse 1 states, "I know the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close." Jesus is saying to the believers in Philadelphia that their faithfulness has not gone unnoticed. In this passage, Jesus reveals some truth: …
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Dr. Ian Paul // Revelation 7 "The Book of Revelation deals with questions like, "What is happening in the world, and what is God doing in all of this?" Before we answer any of these questions, we must see the book in all its light and context. Revelation is written for us, not to us.…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Gary Peters // Revelation 3:7-13 A letter was written to the church of Philadelphia, and it is one out of two letters with no rebuke from Jesus. Verse 8 clarifies by stating, 'I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close. You have little streng…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Dustin Scott // Revelation 3:1-6 Jesus said to the church of Sardis, "I know your works; you have a name of being alive, but you are dead." This is a call for radical honesty and self-reflection for the church today. How can we learn from the church of Sardis? Verse 3 clearly states …
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: The Book of Revelation // Steve Anderson // Revelation 3:1-2 Who are we, and why are we here? People don't serve in their church for two reasons: first, they think someone else will do it or feel they are unqualified for the volunteer position. The Bible has a different truth regarding serving the house of th…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: Revelation // David Mitchell // Revelation 2:18-29 There is a behavior that Jesus wants to illuminate, and there is behavior that Jesus wants to eliminate both from the church in Thyatira and for us today. David Mitchell addresses these behaviors by looking at Revelation 2:18-29. When Jesus speaks to the chur…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: Revelation // Greg Sanders // Revelation 2:12-17, Numbers 22:9-12, Numbers 25:1-9, & Numbers 31:14-16. Continuing our series in Revelation, Pastor Greg focuses our attention on aligning our heart's desires with God's in the act of obedience. Jesus has some issues with the sin of the church of Pergamum. In Rev…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: Revelation // Greg Sanders // Revelation 2:12-17 Where in our lives can we better partner with God, rather than the Enemy? Pastor Greg teaches us through Revelation 2: 12-17 about the church of Pergamum and the cautions we can learn. Jesus reveals His authority through the two-edged sword, which cuts through …
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: Revelation // Gary Peters // Revelation 2:8-11 The letter to Symrna was not acknowledging their works but their suffering. Pastor Gary is taking us through Revelation 2:8-11, explaining the meaning of suffering. Suffering means to be tormented, troubled, bewildered, confused, and worried. What is the mystery …
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Vintage City Church // The State Of Vintage // Greg Sanders Proverbs 29 verse 18 states, 'Where there is no vision, people perish.' The word vision means "divine guidance." That word teaches us the value, priority, and necessity of having the proper perspective. It is possible to have two visions - God's and your vision which results in division. I…
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Vintage City Church // Greg Sanders Three things are hidden in the Ark of the Covenant: A golden jar containing manna, representing God's provision over our needs. Then there was Aaron's staff. The staff was an almond branch, but this branch never dried up; it always budded. It represents this picture of hope - if we place our hope in Jesus, we wil…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: Revelation // Dustin Scott (part 2) A Nicolaitan is any person, inner voice, or appetite which teaches us that it is permissible to continue in unrepentant sin. Nicolaitanism conquers Christians by invalidating their discipleship. It deceives them into believing they are followers of the Lord, while they negl…
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Vintage City Church // Teaching Series: Revelation // Dustin Scott (part 1) There are attributes of ourselves which the Lord loves and attributes which He hates. Why does Jesus hate these things? At the end of His address to Ephesus, Jesus promises: "To everyone who conquers, I will give permission to eat from the tree of life that is in the paradi…
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