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   Healing the Man with the Withered Hand
   Mark 3:1-6
Sunday Morning Service,  March 25, 2012
What happens when there are two radically different spiritual paradigms? God had told His people that He would make a new covenant with the house of Israel (Jer 31:31). Instead of an outward religion, God said, ‘I will put my law within them and on their heart I will write it; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people’ (31:33). The foundation of this new covenant is Jesus Christ, who came to the Jews saying, ‘The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand’ (Mark 1:15). But the Jewish leaders wanted to hold on to their legalistic traditions.

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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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   Jonah – Part 2
   Jonah 2 - 4
Sunday School,  March 11, 2012
From the prophet Jonah we learn the perils of selfishness and misplaced anger. Jonah is a sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic portrait of a man who refused to be compassionate even while he was the recipient of great compassion from God.

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   The Doctrine of God: The Attributes of God – Part 3
   Genesis 18:4
Sunday School,  March 6, 2011
This final lesson on the attributes of God discusses God's omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, eternity, lordship, righteousness, justice, mercy, lovingkindness, and God's chief end.

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   The God of Mercy
   Exodus 12
Sunday Morning Service,  September 3, 2006
Through the establishment of the Passover, God demonstrates His mercy to the Israelites by providing a way for them to escape the tenth judgment, the death of the firstborn. The Passover is perhaps the most remarkable event that prefigures the coming of Christ-the ultimate revelation of God's mercy-and intersects with the cross work of Christ at several points.

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