A Graciously Good Father

Listen (In Browser) God is good to the wayward child (vv. 12-24) God is good to the wayward by His generosity. (v.12) God is good to the wayward by His patience with them. (v. 12, 20). God is good to the repenting wayward child because of His compassion for them (v. 20-21) God demonstrates his goodness by graciously restoring the […]

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Because of His Mercy

“Because of His Mercy” by Kevin W. Bounds  – Romans 12:1-2 (March 19, 2017) This sermon originated from the pulpit of West Green Baptist Church in West Green, Georgia where Kevin Bounds serves as Senior Pastor. Did you enjoy the message? Let us know in the comment section below. Also, please feel free to like and share with friends and […]

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Bringing Repentance Home

“Bringing Repentance Home” by Kevin W. Bounds – Luke 13:1-9 (March 12, 2017) This sermon originated from the pulpit of West Green Baptist Church in West Green, Georgia where Kevin Bounds serves as Senior Pastor. Did you enjoy the message? Let us know in the comment section below. Also, please feel free to like and share with friends and family. […]

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The Missing Link – Luke 10:25-37

“The Missing Link” – Luke 10:25-37 – Kevin W. Bounds (March 5, 2017) This sermon originated from the pulpit of West Green Baptist Church in West Green, Georgia where Kevin Bounds serves as Senior Pastor. Did you enjoy the message? Let us know in the comment section below. Also, please feel free to like and share with friends and family. […]

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When Glory Days Fade – Luke 9:28-45

“When Glory Days Fade…” – Luke 9:28-45 – Kevin W. Bounds (February 26, 2017) This sermon originated from the pulpit of West Green Baptist Church in West Green, Georgia where Kevin Bounds serves as Senior Pastor. Did you enjoy the message? Let us know in the comment section below. Also, please feel free to like and share with friends and […]

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The Tale of Two Debtors

  THE TALE OF TWO DEBTORS A SERMON FROM LUKE 7.36-50 By Kevin W. Bounds Introduction A Jewish man stepped in and watched a part of [Adolf] Eichmann’s trial and burst into tears. Some next to him said, “Your anger must be unbearable.” He said, “No, it isn’t anger. The longer I sit here, the more I realize I have […]

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