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   Why These Things?
   John 21:24-25
Sunday Morning Service,  December 3, 2017
After proclaiming that everything that he has written in his gospel is true, John declares that Jesus did many other things that are not recorded in his gospel. This leads us to the question of why John chose the things that he did to include in his gospel. According to John, himself, the things that he included in his gospel are there to enable his readers to believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing they will have eternal life.

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   Jesus' Encounter with Peter
   John 21:15-23
Sunday Morning Service,  November 26, 2017
To fully understand Peter's restoration, we need to understand Peter's fall. Peter was self-confident and had repeatedly asserted that he was ready to follow Jesus even to death. He even asserted that although everyone should abandon Jesus, he would never do so. And yet, just as Jesus prophesied, Peter denied the Lord three times. The event devastated Peter and left him weeping bitterly. Jesus encounter with Peter in John 21 re-established his love relationship with him but also prepares Peter for a life of service and sacrifice.

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   Empowered for the Task
   John 21:1-14
Sunday Morning Service,  November 19, 2017
Jesus had earlier instructed the disciples that just as he was sent by the Father, he was sending them out into the world. Before doing that, he demonstrates to them that the power for the ministry comes from him, the provision for the ministry comes from him, and success in the ministry comes through obedience.

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   Encounters with the Risen Lord
   John 20:11-31
Sunday Morning Service,  November 12, 2017
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is not only one of the foundational doctrines of the Bible, it had and still has a profound, personal impact on people. From the very beginning of his post-resurrection ministry, Jesus began touching the live of people. As we look at Mary Magdalene, the disciples, and specifically Thomas, we will see that the resurrected Lord changes their entire lives. In the same way, a personal relationship with the risen Lord will change our lives today.

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   Jesus in Complete Control
   John 19:31 - 20:10
Sunday Morning Service,  November 5, 2017
Though it may at first appear that Jesus was a victim of the crucifixion, he was always in complete control. He was in control of not only his death, but also the details of his burial and resurrection. In every case, prophesy was fulfilled to the letter through the power of Jesus Christ.

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   Jesus' Ministry from the Cross
   John 19:25-30
Sunday Morning Service,  October 22, 2017
Although Jesus suffered immeasurably on the cross, he still found the strength to minister to others even while giving his life as an atonement for sin. He ministered to one of the thieves who was crucified with him and later to his mother Mary. Finally, the climax of his ministry on the cross came as he uttered, "It is finished!"

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   The Good Shepherd Lays Down His Life
   John 19:17-24
Sunday Morning Service,  October 15, 2017
The theme of the cross runs throughout the Gospel of John. Jesus is portrayed as the atoning sacrifice and only remedy for man's sin. As Jesus lays down his life for his sheep, prophesy is fulfilled and sin's debt is paid in full.

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   Jesus Before Pilate - Part 2
   John 18:30 - 19:16
Sunday Morning Service,  October 8, 2017
Though some blame Pilate and the Romans for the death of Christ and others blame the Jewish authorities and people in general, the truth is that your sin and mine are responsible for the death of Jesus Christ. At an even more profound level, no one was able to murder Jesus Christ. He clearly stated that no man could take his life from him. He had the authority to lay it down and he had the authority to take it up again. Jesus was not a victim of the courts, he was in full control when he gave his life for our sin.

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   Jesus Before Pilate - Part 1
   John 18:28-38
Sunday Morning Service,  September 24, 2017
Jesus entire trial, before the Jewish authorities and before Pilate, was a blatant miscarriage of justice. Jesus innocence was apparent to all, especially Pilate. Throughout the first phase of Jesus' trial before Pilate, Pilate had to ascertain two important facts: (1) What was the truth and (2) what would he do with Jesus based on that truth. Just like Pilate, we have to determine what we believe about Jesus and the claims of the Bible and then what we will do with Jesus based on the truth we have found.

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   Trial and Denial
   John 18:12-27
Sunday Morning Service,  September 17, 2017
John provides us with the interplay between the Jewish trial of Jesus and the denial of Peter as they both take place simultaneously. Jesus demonstrates humble submission to the will of God while Peter waivers in his faith. Jesus prepares to sacrificially give of himself while Peter is concerned with his self-preservation.

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   Jesus' Betrayal and Arrest
   John 18:1-11
Sunday Morning Service,  September 10, 2017
Jesus was not a victim of the circumstances surrounding his arrest and death. He directly states that no man takes his life from him, but that he laid it down voluntarily. Jesus was in absolute control of all of the events of His life. Yet, in submission to the Father, he willing laid down his life for the sins of mankind.

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   Jesus Prays for Us
   John 17:20-26
Sunday Morning Service,  September 3, 2017
Just prior to his betrayal, arrest and crucifixion, Jesus takes the time not only to pray for his disciples but also for those of us who would become Christians in the future. The main focus of Jesus' prayer request for Christians in the years to come was and is unity. What does he mean by unity and what does he not mean? What is our responsibility with regards to that unity? How important is our unity really?

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   Jesus Prays for His Disciples
   John 17:6-19
Sunday Morning Service,  August 27, 2017
John 17:6-19 gives us a special look into the heart of our savior as he prays for his disciples. Although he was soon to be headed to the cross, the disciples were on his heart. Many of things that Jesus has just taught his disciples, he now prays that God the Father will make a reality in their lives.

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   The Real Lord's Prayer
   John 17:1-5
Sunday Morning Service,  August 20, 2017
The gospels record frequent times of prayer as a part of Jesus' life and ministry. However, although we have many of his sermons and parables recorded for us, there is only one lengthy prayer recorded in John 17. What makes this prayer so special? Why is this the real Lord's prayer as opposed to the model prayer he taught his disciples? What is the significance of this prayer and why did Jesus pray it?

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   Getting to the Point
   John 16:25-33
Sunday Morning Service,  August 13, 2017
At the end of four chapters of in-depth teaching with his disciples, Jesus summarizes everything with a simple and plain description of his ministry and provision for his disciples. In the midst of their anxiety and confusion, Jesus reiterates the importance and privilege of prayer, promises peace in the midst of tribulation and reminds his disciples that in spite of the trouble they will receive from the world, he has overcome the world.

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   The Pharisee and the Tax Collector
   Luke 18:9-14
Sunday School,  August 13, 2017
Justification before God is not a matter of outward ritual, respectability, or self-righteousness. God responds to those who have a broken and contrite heart, those who humble themselves before him, and those who fall on his mercy and grace rather than their own self-righteousness.

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   Getting to the Source of Joy
   John 16:16-24
Sunday Morning Service,  August 6, 2017
All of us will go through difficult times. Those time can cause us to be frustrated, anxious, bitter or sorrowful. That is why we must place our trust in the God of all comfort. The disciples were in just such a state of mind when Jesus shared with them the secret of enduring joy.

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   Getting to the Source
   John 16:12-15
Sunday Morning Service,  July 30, 2017
We all need guidance at times. The circumstances and responsibilities of life can leave us wondering what the right thing is to do in order to live like Christ and bring him glory with our lives. God has not left us without help in this area. Guidance is available if we get back to the source of guidance for our live - the Word of God and the indwelling Spirit of God.

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   The Ministry of the Holy Spirit
   John 16:1-15
Sunday Morning Service,  July 16, 2017
Although conflict with the world is inevitable for the true disciple, Jesus did not leave his disciples without hope and good news. Though he was going away, he would send them the Holy Spirit whose unique ministry would not only change their lives but the entire world.

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   The Believer and the World
   John 15:18-27
Sunday Morning Service,  July 9, 2017
Jesus never promised his disciples that the world would love them. Although most of us want to fit in and get along with everyone, Jesus promised his disciples that they would be hated and persecuted because of their association with him. The world hated Jesus, yet he brought them the truth. The world will also hate his disciples, yet Jesus expectation is that his disciples will also take the truth to the world.

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   Friends of Jesus – Part 2
   John 15:12-17
Sunday Morning Service,  July 2, 2017
Jesus elevates the status of his disciples from servants to friends. Yet, he also gives the characteristics that must be a part of the lives of his friends. Not only does he describe the benefits of being his friend, but also the mission that he has chosen his friends to accomplish. Are you the friend of Jesus that he describes in John 15?

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   The Lost Son
   Luke 15:11-32
Sunday School,  July 2, 2017
This parable has been call "the crown and pearl of all parables." Charles Dickens described it as "the finest story ever written." But the question remains, why did Jesus share this parable? In this heart-warming story we will see not only the compassion, mercy and grace of the Father but also a sharp rebuke for the Pharisees due to their arrogant attitude of superiority towards the sinner.

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   Friends of Jesus – Part 1
   John 15:12-17
Sunday Morning Service,  June 25, 2017
Of all of the names and privileges that the Bible gives to Christians, one of the most special and intimate is that of the friend of Jesus. Just prior to going to his death, Jesus shares with his disciples that he does not consider them to be servants but friends. However, to be the friend of Jesus, we are given four characteristics that must be a part of our lives.

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   Abiding in the Vine
   John 15:1-11
Sunday Morning Service,  June 18, 2017
Our lives are built around our relationships, family, friends, co-workers, etc. In John 15, John discusses our relationship with Jesus, our relationships with one another and our relationship to the world. Of all of these relationships, the nature of our relationship is critical since it will determine our relationship to God, our eternal destiny, and will impact all of the other relationships in our lives. So the question remains, what is your relationship to Jesus Christ?

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   A Follower of Christ
   John 12:25-26; Mark 8:34-38
Sunday Morning Service,  June 4, 2017
What does it truly mean to follow Christ? Jesus' summon to deny oneself and follow him was an invitation to salvation, not an offer of a higher life or a second step of faith following salvation. Every Christian is a disciple of Christ and needs to understand the requirements and realities of following Him.

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   Peace that the World Cannot Give
   John 14:25-31
Sunday Morning Service,  May 28, 2017
People long for peace in their personal lives. They long to have relief from the pressures and problems of life, to be without trouble and have no worries. While the world offers peace in many different temporary forms, the world's peace will always disappoint. In its place, Jesus offers his disciples real, lasting peace that will eliminate their worries and fears.

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   Comfort for the Troubled
   John 14:15-26
Sunday Morning Service,  May 21, 2017
The disciples were extremely troubled as they began to realize that Jesus was about to leave them and that they would not be able to go with him. Circumstances were about to change their entire lives and they were feeling insecure and worried about all that the future might bring. Jesus promises them special comfort through the ministry of the Holy Spirit, through his own presence, and through the love of the Father, if they will love him and keep his commandments.

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   A Mother Who Made A Difference
   1 Samuel 1:1-2:10
Sunday Morning Service,  May 14, 2017
 
Being a mother is not easy! If you're a mother, you know that motherhood can be messy, and at times frustrating, and exhausting. Life doesn't always work out the way that we planned. Yet, in the midst of it all, God has a plan. Hannah can teach us several lessons when it comes to handling the difficulties of family life. How do we handle disappointment, discouragement, provocation and misunderstanding? Can God prevail even in the midst of what may appear to be a hopeless situation?

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   Stop Worrying!
   John 14:1-14
Sunday Morning Service,  May 7, 2017
Often the circumstances of our lives don't turn out the way that we expect. In the midst of that turmoil, it is easy to worry about how things are going, what will happen next and if everything will be okay in the end. The disciples have been on an emotional roller coaster leading up to John 14. Their expectations of the Messiah establishing his kingdom immediately have been dashed by his proclamation that he will be laying down his life for them, Jesus has told them that one of them would betray him, and Peter has been told that he will deny his Lord. Yet in the midst of all of this turmoil, Jesus commands his disciples to stop worrying and place their faith and trust completely in Him.

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   A Matter of the Heart
   John 13:21-38
Sunday Morning Service,  April 30, 2017
Your heart drives much of what you do. Because of this reality, Solomon commands us to guard our hearts diligently, because all of our life flows out of our hearts. Jesus has much to teach about man's heart in John 13. He deals with an unregenerate heart, a Christ-like heart, and an overconfident heart. Good intentions are not enough. What is the condition of your heart today?

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   The Rich Fool
   Luke 12:13-21
Sunday School,  April 30, 2017
Jesus had much to say about money. Sixteen out of thirty-eight parables deal with how to handle money or possessions. While the Bible contains approximately 500 verses on prayer and less than 500 verses on faith, it contains more than 2,000 verses dealing with money and possessions. Why is this topic so important? Money is one of the greatest sources of anxiety, can become our god and steal our heart. In an attempt to teach a young man the proper place of money, Jesus shares with him this parable of the rich fool.

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   Do You Wash My Feet?
   John 13:1-17
Sunday Morning Service,  April 23, 2017
As Jesus began his final week of earthly ministry, he gave his disciples an object lesson that they would never forget. The washing of the disciples' feet was not only intended to teach them a lesson on servanthood, but also on humility, holiness and true happiness.

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   Four Witnesses to the Resurrecton
   John 20:1-31
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
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
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
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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   Have You Heard His Voice?
   John 10:22-42
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
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
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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   Oh, Say, Can You See?
   John 9:1-41
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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   A Study in Contrasts
   John 8:12-59
Sunday Morning Service,  February 26, 2017
Following the Feast of Tabernacles, Jesus proclaims that he is not only the light of the world but the great I AM. Those who would believe his message are challenged to follow him.

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   Reactions to the Truth
   John 7:1-52
Sunday Morning Service,  February 19, 2017
While much of John's gospel relates to the signs that Jesus did and the teaching that emerges from those signs, John 7 and 8 do not mention any of the signs that Jesus did. Instead they occur during the occasion of the Feast of Booths. Jesus uses this festival of the Jews to demonstrate that not only is he the fulfillment of the festivals but he came to replace them.

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   I AM the Bread of Life
   John 6:22-71
Sunday Morning Service,  February 12, 2017
Although the feeding of the 5,000 was an incredible miracle, its purpose was much deeper than just demonstrating the power of Jesus. Jesus performed this miracle to teach a much truth regarding Himself. Jesus performed this miracle leading up to a lengthy discourse to confront the multitude with the truth that He is God and that He would give himself to provide eternal life. Confronted with the truth, the multitude was forced to make a decision regarding their response to the truth.

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   Sower and the Seeds
   Matthew 13:3-23
Sunday School,  February 12, 2017
This parable has been referred to by some as the parable of parables. It is the key to understanding the rest of the Kingdom parables. Jesus gives us a detailed interpretation of the parable as He explains it to his disciples. In Mark 4, Jesus even asked his disciples how they would understand the rest of the parables if they did not understand this one. The parable of the sower describes how the kingdom begins.

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   Faith Come in All Shapes and Sizes
   John 6:1-15
Sunday Morning Service,  January 29, 2017
Often during difficult time or times of uncertainty, our faith is tested. How will you respond when your faith is tested? Jesus used the dilemma of the feeding of the 5,000 as an opportunity to test the faith of the disciples as well as give them an opportunity to have their faith strengthened as they observed the compassion and power of Jesus.

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   A Question of Authority
   John 5:1-47
Sunday Morning Service,  January 22, 2017
John chapter 5 begins a new section in the study of the ministry of Jesus. The next four chapters deal with the opposition that Jesus received for doing good and the will of His father. Have you ever received opposition for doing the work of God, for witnessing, for doing the right thing? This section in the Gospel of John has much to teach us about persevering during times of persecution and opposition.

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   Making Disciples
   Matthew 29:18-20
Sunday Morning Service,  January 15, 2017
Why are you here? What is your real reason for being as a Christian? Are you living up to the expectations of Jesus Christ for you as a Christian?

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   Faith in Action
   John 5:45-54
Sunday Morning Service,  January 1, 2017
The start of new year always brings promise and excitement with it. However, it may also bring great sorrow and tragedy. Sorrow and tragedy test our faith. If we place our faith and trust in Jesus, we can find peace, contentment and growth in the midst of difficulty.

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   The Greatest Message Ever Given
   Luke 2:8-21
Sunday Morning Service,  December 25, 2016
 
Of all of the Christmas gifts ever given, God's gift on that first Christmas Day was the greatest. It was an appropriate gift, given out of a heart of love, and given to everyone. What will you do with that tremendous gift?

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   Relief for the Thirsty Soul
   John 4:1-42
Sunday Morning Service,  December 18, 2016
Jesus trip to Samaria was God's divine appointment for the evangelism of the Samaritan people. Jesus went out of his way to minister to a simple Samaritan woman and share with her the gospel message. Not only is this conversation a wonderful example of evangelism but also Jesus teaches the Samaritan woman what real worship is.

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   Birds and Lillies
   Matthew 6:25-34
Sunday School,  December 18, 2016
Jesus exhorts His followers not once, not twice, but three times to not worry and fret over the material needs of this life. What is Jesus actually teaching in this passage? What is He not teaching? Is it truly possible to live worry-free lives?

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   The Greatest Gift Ever Given
   John 3:16-21
Sunday Morning Service,  December 11, 2016
Christmas tradition for Americans has become a time filled with gifts and giving. We give out of hearts filled with love and good cheer to people who are special to us. John 3:16 describes the greatest gift ever given by God out of a heart filled with love for us. A gift given even though we were not only undeserving of the gift but the enemies of God when he gave it.

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   You Must Be Born Again!
   John 3:1-15
Sunday Morning Service,  December 4, 2016
Being a good person is not enough. Being religious is not enough. In fact, nothing that you can do will ever earn eternal life for us. You must be born again!

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   The First Sign: Creative Power
   John 2:1-12
Sunday Morning Service,  November 27, 2016
While the turning of the water into wine was a great sign, it was certainly more than simply meeting a desperate need and saving a family from embarrassment. Jesus' turning the water into wine was a manifestation of his glory and a demonstration of his creative power and ability to make all things new.

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   Light and a City
   Matthew 5:14-16
Sunday School,  November 20, 2016
In the midst of a world that Jesus stated was not only living in darkness, but loved their darkness (John 3:19-21), he has commanded believers to be the light. The purpose is not to draw attention to ourselves but so that through our good works men and women in darkness will glorify God.

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   A Unique Invitation
   John 1:35-51
Sunday Morning Service,  November 13, 2016
In the calling of his disciples in this passage, Jesus issued invitations to come and see, and to follow him. For Andrew and Philip, these calls were not only life changing, but they were also followed by an excitement to reach out to others and share the truth of Jesus Christ with them.

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   Salt and Its Savor
   Matthew 5:13
Sunday School,  November 13, 2016
This metaphor is a part of a much larger sermon, the Sermon on the Mount. To accurately understand and interpret it, one must view it in the context in which Jesus used it. In order to be salt in the world as Jesus intended his disciples to be, they must understand and apply the beatitudes.

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   Who Are You?
   John 1:19-34
Sunday Morning Service,  November 6, 2016
John the Baptist had such an influential ministry that the Jewish leaders decided to investigate it and attempt to shut him down. The questions remain for us to investigate: Who was John? Why was he baptizing in the wilderness? What was the heart of his message?

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   What Will You Do with Jesus?
   John 1:6-18
Sunday Morning Service,  October 30, 2016
After being confronted with the reality of who Jesus is (God in the flesh, the creator, the light that leads to life), the question remains as to what you will do with Jesus. John the Baptist, the world, and the Jews all responded in different ways to Jesus and the truth. What will you do?

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   Who Is This Jesus?
   John 1:1-5
Sunday Morning Service,  October 23, 2016
With three synoptic gospels already having been written, why did the Apostle John write his gospel? Amidst all of the miracles and teachings of Jesus, John had a special burden to present selective miracles and encounters in the ministry of Christ so that his readers would not only have the facts of Jesus’ life and ministry, but so that they might believe and have life.

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   Four Thieves Who Would Steal Your Joy
   Philippians
Sunday Morning Service,  September 25, 2016
 
The Apostle Paul has a lot to say about joy and rejoicing in the book of Philippians. However, he also acknowledges that there are four thieves that will steal our joy if we are not careful and watchful.

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   Prescription for Happiness
   Psalm 119:1-8
Sunday School,  September 25, 2016
 
Many people spend their lives searching for happiness, not realizing that it is not found in circumstances or possessions. Happiness and blessing can only be found in a proper relationship to the Lord and His word.

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   In Times of Uncertainty
   Isaiah 6:1-8
Sunday Morning Service,  August 28, 2016
 
How do you handle times of uncertainty or transition? As Christians, we must see God as He is, see ourselves as we are, and act accordingly.

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   Survey of Romans
   Romans
Sunday School,  August 28, 2016
 
Paul's great doctrinal thesis on salvation.

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