The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church continues the study of the book of Psalms with Psalm 78. In this Psalm, Elder Cunningham presents Asaph, a man with faith but lacking hope. Through the examples of Asaph and Jeremiah (Lamentations 3) we are reminded that even with faith our courage, strength, and desire can disappear without hope.... Continue Reading →

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church moved to the 43rd Psalm this week in the study of the Psalms.  This short psalm is almost a post script to the 42nd psalm but provides us with a very prophetic and beautiful message.  This Psalm, combined with the 9th chapter of Hebrews paints a picture of how we... 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 →

The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church continues its Sunday morning study of the Book of Psalms and in this sermon examines the 8th Psalm.  Elder Cunningham brings out two thoughts on this Psalm -- pointing out that it captures the truth of creation as well as the beauty of the incarnation of Jesus Christ.  As you... Continue Reading →

Elder J.W. Cunningham takes Psalm 2 as his subject and preaches on the fulfillment of Jesus Christ as The Anointed One. Elder Cunningham considers this Psalm on three levels: 1. The technical and historical aspect; 2. A narrative explanation; and, 3. The fulfillment of the prophecy in the New Testament. amarillopbc.sermon.net/20143042  

Elder J.W. Cunningham preaches from the 15th chapter of the book of John regarding the importance of the way we bear witness of Jesus Christ. This sermon details the role of regeneration in being able to bear witness, the importance of the Holy Spirit bearing witness within us, and our determination of the type of... Continue Reading →

Elder J.W. Cunningham continues the study of the book of Jude by taking a text from Jude 7 and 8.  Elder Cunningham considers the lesson being taught of the need for the believer to put away their most pressing sin.  Elder Cunningham considers Jude 8 in light of the lesson taught in Hebrews 12.  ... Continue Reading →

"Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us," (Hebrews 12:1)There are many choices that we make every day that factor into... Continue Reading →

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