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   Four Witnesses to the Resurrecton
   John 20:1-31
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Sunday Morning Service,  April 16, 2017
The resurrection of Jesus is the climax of John's gospel which he wrote in order that we might believe on Jesus Christ. One of the amazing details of this story is that immediately after the resurrection, Jesus did not immediately appear to the masses but to special individuals and disciples from his ministry. Jesus' love for the individual comes through clearly in the narration of John. This narration also provides four powerful witnesses to the resurrection.

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   How Will You Be Remembered?
   John 12:1-8
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Sunday Morning Service,  April 9, 2017
How do you want to be remembered one day? What would you like to leave as a legacy? The decisions that you make today will determine where you end up and what kind of impact you will make. Mary of Bethany is still remembered today because of her sacrificial giving for the Lord.

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   The Good Samaritan
   Luke 10:25-37
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Sunday School,  April 9, 2017
What is our responsibility to others? How obligated are we? How much does God expect us to do? Jesus reminds the people not only of their obligation to love God but also to love their neighbor in this parable.

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   Four Days Late
   John 11:1-46
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Sunday Morning Service,  April 2, 2017
Tragic things occur in all of our lives. Sometimes it may feel as if God is not there or showed up too late. Is God ever late? This passage reminds us that even when we may question where God is, He is always there and always right on time. Often, he allows difficulties in our lives for our good and His glory.

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   Children in the Marketplace
   Matthew 11:11-18; Luke 7:11-35
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Sunday School,  April 2, 2017
Christ likens His listeners who liked neither Him nor John the Baptist to quarrelsome children.

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   Have You Heard His Voice?
   John 10:22-42
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 26, 2017
There are only two groups of people: Jesus' sheep and those who are not Jesus sheep. In proclaiming himself as the true Messiah, Jesus also challenges the people to decide on what they believe. Those who believe Jesus are his sheep since they hear his voice. Those who refuse to follow and believe are not and their unbelief will condemn them.

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   The Wise and Foolish Builder
   Matthew 7:24-27; Luke 6:47-49
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Sunday School,  March 19, 2017
Jesus concludes his Sermon on the Mount with a series of parables and illustrations leading his hearers to the point of decision. He describes two gate and two roads (Matt. 7:13-14), two trees and two fruits (Matt. 7:15-20), and two foundations. As he concludes with an emphasis on the two foundations and the two builders, wise and foolish, Jesus is leading his hearers to the point of decision. Will they follow Jesus and his words or will they continue to follow the teaching of the scribes and pharisees? Their decision will determine whether the house of their lives will stand or fall.

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   I AM the Good Shepherd
   John 10:1-21
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 12, 2017
In contrast to the bad shepherding that God's people had received in the past, Jesus proclaims that he is the good shepherd. Not only does he promise to be the good shepherd for the sheep but he also promised life and life more abundant to those who enter the sheepfold by him, the door. The good shepherd proclaims that he will lay down his life for his sheep and then take it up again.

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   Parable of the Alert Servants
   Mark 13:34-37
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Sunday School,  March 12, 2017
During the Tribulation Period, there will be all kinds of signs that will indicate the soon return of Jesus Christ to the earth. For believers today, there are no signs that will signal His return. The disciples were looking for signs for the end of the present age (Mark 13:4). Jesus relates to them the Parable of the Alert Servants. Alertness was necessary for both the porter and the servants in the parable and for every believer since that day. Jesus said, “I SAY UNTO ALL, WATCH.” The Lord’s coming is imminent which reveals that He could return at any moment. Until that moment, as His servants, we all have a work to do (13:34). We are to keep busy serving Him until He returns and while serving, we must be ALERT - WATCHING. Jesus will return to the earth personally and gloriously. We need to be ready with great anticipation.

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   Oh, Say, Can You See?
   John 9:1-41
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 5, 2017
Sometimes God allows suffering in lives in order to manifest His glory. The story of the healing of the blind man is just such an occasion. Immediately following the miracle, people had to decide what to think and do about Jesus. Coming face to face with the truth always requires us to make a decision.

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