Sapulpa, OK

Calvary Baptist Church Sapulpa

As co-laborers with Christ in the Gospel we encourage you to give to this ministry. 

If you are a member of Calvary Baptist Church, we encourage you to faithfully give your tithes.

If you are without a church home at this time and you are a part of our Sunday television ministry or our Sunday worship service,

we also encourage you to faithfully give your tithes. 

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 104
Sapulpa, OK 74067

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If you have a church home and would like to be a blessing to God's Kingdom building, we encourage you to give an offering.


If you would like to be a blessing to this ministry we welcome your financial donations and your partnership in this ministry.

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A Word for Thought...

                                              Moses: Covenant and Commandments

At Mount Sinai God made a covenant not with an individual this time (as with Abraham) but instead with a nation, establishing it as "a kingdom of priests and a holy nation" (Exodus 19:6).  He promised to bless and protect them, and they in turn agreed to serve and obey him.  God then gave Moses his laws for them to live by, the heart of which was "The Ten Commandments" (Exodus 20:1-17; Deuteronomy 5:6-21).  These were unpacked and supplemented by other laws covering every aspect of life - religious, social, dietary, economic and moral - found in the books of Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy.    
While we might see these laws as long list of "do's and don'ts", the Old Testament doesn't see it like that.  In fact, the Hebrew word for "Law" - Torah - means instruction, guidance or direction.  In other words, God's "Law" was not seen as a big stick hanging over people, but rather as his practical guidance on how to get the best out of life.

Taken from:  Holman Illustrated Guide to the Bible, by Mike Beaumont, copyright 2006 

Calvary Baptist Church        412 N. 7th St.       Sapulpa, OK  74066       918.224.1167

Scott L. Gordon, Pastor

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