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Feb 18, 2018
“A Conversation about the Kingdom of God” 
Series: Lent 2018
God wants to talk to us about His Kingdom and what it involves in our lives - Jesus said, "The time has come.  The kingdom of God is near.  Repent and believe the good news!"
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  • Feb 18, 2018“A Conversation about the Kingdom of God” 
    Feb 18, 2018
    “A Conversation about the Kingdom of God” 
    Series: Lent 2018
    God wants to talk to us about His Kingdom and what it involves in our lives - Jesus said, "The time has come.  The kingdom of God is near.  Repent and believe the good news!"
  • Feb 11, 2018“What is your Jericho?”
    Feb 11, 2018
    “What is your Jericho?”
    Series: Joshua
    What is your Jericho?
  • Feb 4, 2018“Get Ready”
    Feb 4, 2018
    “Get Ready”
    Series: Joshua
    Throughout the first 8 chapters of Joshua there are several times that God directs the people to "Get Ready" for what He is wanting to do.  God is calling us to "Get Ready" for His Spirit to work in our lives and use us to make a difference in our world this year!
  • Jan 28, 2018Extraordinary in the Ordinary
    Jan 28, 2018
    Extraordinary in the Ordinary
    All that God wants to accomplish in our lives hangs, not on our abilities and performance, but rather on our willingness to say, "Yes" to His plan which means we choose daily to live in intimate relationship with Him, run from everything that compromises that intimacy and remain in Him.
  • Jan 21, 2018“Gibeonites and Grace”
    Jan 21, 2018
    “Gibeonites and Grace”
    Series: Sermon
    The enemy will marshal his forces against you, make up a ruse to distract you or try to intimidate you - but by listening to the Lord and not to the enemy what you will find is wisdom and guidance - and on top of it all is the reminder that grace is never far from God's mind!

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As Fair as the Moon

Last night just before we went to bed we took the dog out for a walk.  We had planned to do it earlier in the evening and walk around our circle, but the rain was cascading down at that point and we didn’t dare to venture out, not just  because of the rain, but because of the lightening as well.  Anyway, when we took the dog out to walk before he went into his kennel for the night, I noticed immediately how bright it was outside.  The moon was bright and brilliant last night and when we got away from the lights that line our driveway the moon illuminated the landscape beautifully.  I woke up once during the night and the light of the moon was shining on the floor beside my bed.  It is amazing how bright the light of the moon is in the darkness.  But what is more amazing to me than that is “why” the moon is so bright!

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Peace I Give You

So once again our world is shattered because there is another senseless act of terrorism and murder.  Children, teens, moms have lost their lives, innocent bystanders in our estimation are dead because there are those who will do anything, and I do mean anything, to try and inflict pain, suffering and fear on the world.  It is sad.  It hurts.  It is selfish and arrogant and it tears at the heart of God.  We need to pray for those whose lives were forever changed in a horrific way yesterday in Manchester and we also need to pray for those who are responsible for this attack.  But I want to ask you if there is anything that we can say, if there is anything that we can look at or point to that will give us hope in this world that we live in that has been hijacked by those who seem to take life without so much as a passing thought?  I believe there is.

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The Heaven-To-Earth Life!

I have a devotional book that was given to me late last year.  It has 365 devotionals, one of course for each day of the year, but they aren’t specifically dated, just “Day 1” etc.  A friend gave me the book and not long after he gave it to me shared one of the devotional thoughts from it with me.  I was so impressed that I went ahead and started the devotionals last year rather than wait until beginning in January.  After I got into it I was so impressed that I got one for Sue who loves it as well.  It is an amazing book that I would highly recommend to anyone entitled “The Book of Mysteries” by Jonathan Cahn.  It seems that almost every day there is something new, insightful and challenging to me that God is sharing from that book and I’m loving it.  Two of those devotional thoughts are the subject of this email/blog today and I hope it challenges you as well.

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