The Amarillo Primitive Baptist Church continues the study of the book of Psalms with the 18th Psalm.  This Psalm was written at the end of David's life and provides a beautiful example of the blessings that we all experience in one form or another over the course of our lives.  David's prayer at the end... Continue Reading →

Elder J.W. Cunningham preaches a special topical sermon for Mother's Day about the necessity of prayerful mothers in the Kingdom of God. Elder Cunningham considers several mothers including Hannah, Mary, and the mother of James and John. As you listen to this sermon pray that mothers would be raised up with a heart to pray... Continue Reading →

No, this week's message is not a sinister post about planning for the end of life nor is it about planning for the end of the world.  The truth of the matter is that if we live every day the way that it should be lived then there is no difference in planning for the... Continue Reading →

Elder J.W. Cunningham concludes the year as well as the prayer series with this message.  Elder Cunningham considers the Apostle Paul's prayer from Romans 10.  He uses the outlook of Clean-up, Shape-Up, and Spruce-up in how we should approach the new year. http://amarillopbc.sermon.net/da/1200159615 May the Lord bless you in the New Year.

Elder J.W. Cunningham continues the study on prayer by considering Habakkuk's prayer for mercy.  From this lesson we understand that God is faithful in his promises.  We further consider Paul's teaching on this same lesson in Philippians and the trust we should place in the Lord.   http://amarillopbc.sermon.net/da/1200150373  

The sermon series on prayer continues in the 11th chapter of Luke as Elder J.W. Cunningham preaches on the subject of "Ask, Seek, Knock".  This parable continues on the teaching of the model prayer in verses 1-4.  As you listen to this sermon consider how each step applies to your current prayer life and what... Continue Reading →

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