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   Having Your Cake and Eating It Too?
   Revelation 2: 1-7, 18-29
Sunday Morning Service,  May 1, 2016
 
Some Christians and churches take a "you can't have your cake and eat it too" approach to the relationship between love and truth.  They can't seem to love while they stand for truth. However, the Scriptures clearly show that love and truth do coexist and must dwell together.  What is the true relationship of love and truth? What do believers and churches look like who hold to truth in a loving way? Revelation 2 proves three examples showing us that a Christ exalting church lovingly stands for truth.

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   Resting in God's Care
   Psalm 23
Sunday Morning Service,  March 13, 2016
 
Psalm 23 is one of the most familiar and well-loved passages of Scripture.  In it we read of God being a wonderful Shepherd and Benefactor to his people. Yet, if we are honest, we still look to ourselves to fix our own problems and calm our own fears.  And so, worry and frustration crowds our souls when we look to ourselves to provide for our own needs. Psalm 23 simply reveals that God alone is the Provider of your needs, so you must completely rest in His care.

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   God's Unseen Actions
   Daniel 1
Sunday Morning Service,  February 21, 2016
 
Captured by the Babylonians, Daniel helplessly watched as the city of Jerusalem was laid waste. Taken to Babylon he might have been tempted to think, "Where is God in all of this?" Disaster storms into our lives just like it did Daniel's. God was sovereign in Daniel's life. God's sovereignty is always at work; therefore, you must remain faithful to Christ.

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   Heavenly Perspective through Earthly Trials
   Revelation 7
Sunday Morning Service,  November 15, 2015
 
The book of Revelation chronicles end time events, describing the end of the world as we know it. Many of the chapters in Revelation describe the judgments of God, but Revelation 7 contains a “break in the action” that John sees and records. The two stories in this chapter help us get our focus on God and see life from a heavenly perspective. God sovereignly delivers His people; therefore, you must view your earthly circumstances with an eternal perspective.

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   Anger of the Heart
   Matthew 5:21-26
Sunday Morning Service,  August 30, 2015
 
Matthew 5-7 records Jesus’ most famous sermon, “The Sermon on the Mount.” In this sermon, Jesus addresses a number of topics that are just as relevant today as they were in the first century. One of the topics He preaches about deals with the sin of anger. Anger is far more pervasive in our lives than we realize; we often excuse our quick-tempered frustrations, angry responses and bitter hearts. Jesus’ teaching reveals to us that anger cannot be excused. In Matthew 5:21-26 Jesus teaches three things concerning the sin of anger.

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   God with Us
   Various Texts; Revelation 21 - 22
Sunday Morning Service,  February 15, 2015
 
The Bible contains a number of references to God’s being with us. Looking at the big picture of Scripture reveals God's plan to gradually dwell with His people more and more, culminating in the full fellowship with God in eternity. The understanding of God with us should encourage our faith while strengthening our trust, commitment, and obedience to Him.

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   The Bread of Life Discourse
   John 6:22-71
Sunday School,  June 8, 2014
Jesus has just fed the 5,000 and walked across the Sea of Galilee. The crowds came searching for him, looking for him to meet their physical need for food. Jesus, knowing why they are come and what their greatest need is, consistently directs the dialogue to spiritual things. The crowds are so set on physical food that they miss the incredible truth Jesus speaks of. The contrasting responses to Jesus' words are instructive for us today as we also respond to the Lord Jesus.

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   Nahum: God's Mercy Displayed in His Vengeance
   Nahum
Sunday School,  March 18, 2012
Often times Christians today focus on the love and grace of God, and rightfully so, for they are central to the Gospel. But at times the focus on these attributes causes us to miss the beauty of God's wrath. That's right, God's vengeance and anger is a beautiful thing when seen in the totality of God's character. The book of Nahum radically illustrates the wrath of God, showing how God's people can receive comfort and mercy in the outpouring of God's wrath.

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