In this sermon, Elder Jeremiah Cunningham considers the subject of conversion in the light of David and Goliath. In this oft told story, we are reminded of the difference between faith and faith in action. In this sermon we are reminded that sometimes our conversion happens when we step into the valley and face our... Continue Reading →

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church studies the 86th Psalm in this sermon. This is the final sermon in the study of Psalms before the June Annual Meeting and a break to study the subject of conversion. This Psalm addresses the method in which we pray. We are taught in many places, in particular in the... Continue Reading →

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church continues the study of the book of Psalms with Psalm 68.  This Psalm was written by David at the time of bringing the Ark of the Lord into Jerusalem.  Study this Psalm as a way to learn about this important event in scripture but also as a guide for worship... Continue Reading →

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church continues the study of the book of Psalms with Psalm 56.  The caption of this Psalm tells the reader a great deal as David writes from the perspective of a "mute dove in a strange land".  This frame of reference provides the teaching for this sermon as we learn to... Continue Reading →

Elder Cunningham continues the study of the book of Psalms with the Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church preaching from Psalms 40.  This particular Psalm reveals David's prophetic understanding of the truth of Salvation and also ties to Paul's teachings on the same subject in Hebrews 10.  May the Lord bless you to understand the freedom of... Continue Reading →

“Psalm 37 – Begging Bread”; A Sermon Preached at Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church – Sunday, April 19, 2015

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist church moves to the 37th Psalm this week in the continuing study of the book of Psalms.  This lengthy Psalm presents the reader with several familiar refrains, i.e., "the meek shall inherit the earth", and brings forth memories of teachings past.  In this particular instance, Elder Cunningham focuses on the idea... Continue Reading →

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