Life is complicated. (Or Proverb’s way of putting it) We’re simple. How do we become wise? How do we learn to best navigate life’s twists, turns and complexities? The Bible has advice, but it doesn’t always directly answer the questions we’re asking. Proverbs 9 presents an opening metaphor for life that begins to help us [...]
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Daniel 9:1-19 is a passionate example of prayer as Daniel confesses the sin of his people and asks for God’s blessing. This is a strong encouragement to be diligent in prayer for the people in your life. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
When the people of God are in exile, and they suffer at the hands of sinners, there is a question they raise. “How long, O Lord, until you make things right?” While we wait for the vindication of the Lord, we are to preach the Gospel and look for the signs of his appearing. Daniel [...]
One of the features of Daniel 7 is the introduction of the “little horn” that wages war against the saints of God. This figure is the Anti-Messiah, a king that seeks to destroy worship of the Lord and obedience to the Messiah. Today’s message unpacks some of the characteristics and deeds of this evil figure, [...]
There are some pretty fearful events in the news, and we are continually amazed at the depth of evil and depravity in our world. Where is God? Is he still at work? At Daniel 7, the book takes a stylistic turn away from stories of the Jews in exile toward dreams and visions of the [...]
After working hard, people like to rest on their accomplishments for a while. But for Belshazzar, his reign was one of resting on the work of his forbearers without regard for the blessings of the Lord. How will God judge the work of your life? And what will you do about it while you have [...]
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Our last MOPs meeting features one of our elders, a professional christian counselor spoke to our group of moms about raising healthy kids. We normally feature teaching on our website from our Sunday morning services, but here is one example of the many smaller venue teaching that goes on several times each week at DHEFC.
In worship today we will contrast the character of two rulers, King Nebuchadnezzar and King Jesus. Though the former exemplifies success and power, we are gathered to worship our Lord and Savior Jesus. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Idolatry will occur whenever we loosen ourselves from the worship of the LORD. Whether money, pleasure, images of gold, relationships, or life itself, these gods will promise big, but deliver little when we worship them. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
Dix Hills EFCA (Dix Hills, NY)
- Wisdom is Worship: exploring proverbial seduction Pastor Samuel Sutter May 19, 2013 May 19, 2013
- Gloria Sequiera – Forward Edge – april may june 2013 May 15, 2013
- Ken and Anne Haugh – Newsletter may 2013 May 15, 2013
- Roy and Judy Larsen Prayer Letter April 2013 May 15, 2013
- Christian Service Brigade National Ministries – Update letter Spring 2013 May 15, 2013
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- Elder/Counselor Steve Rise speaks to MOPS Group - Dix Hills Evangelical Free Church: [...] Encouraging Mothers of Preschoolers [...]...
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- Preaching in Romans… | Sam Sutter and Ashley Sutter: [...] By now Romans has been pretty clear about wh...
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