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Apr 27, 2018
“You Are Mine”
Isaiah 43:1-3; Psalm 139:13-17 God claims us for His own and He has incredible things in store for us if we will trust in Him!
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  • Apr 27, 2018“You Are Mine”
    Apr 27, 2018
    “You Are Mine”
    Isaiah 43:1-3; Psalm 139:13-17 God claims us for His own and He has incredible things in store for us if we will trust in Him!
  • Apr 16, 2018“Are You Listening?” John Chapter 20
    Apr 16, 2018
    “Are You Listening?” John Chapter 20
    "Are You Listening?" John Chapter 20
  • Apr 9, 2018Another Look at Communion¬†
    Apr 9, 2018
    Another Look at Communion 
    Another Look at Communion 
  • Apr 2, 2018A Conversation About Becoming A Witness of the Resurrection
    Apr 2, 2018
    A Conversation About Becoming A Witness of the Resurrection
    Series: Lent 2018
    A Conversation About Becoming A Witness of the Resurrection
  • Mar 25, 2018A Conversation About What We Think We Understand
    Mar 25, 2018
    A Conversation About What We Think We Understand
    Series: Lent 2018
    A Conversation About What We Think We Understand

 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

And the Place Was Shaken

I have heard Christians make the statement; I have made the statement before as well; and the most convincing proof of all is that the Bible makes the statement too:  “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever” (Hebrews 13:8).   The writer of the commentary The Complete Biblical Library for Hebrews says “The One who ‘endured the cross’ sits at God’s right hand in power and glory . . . the One who promised to be with His disciples unto the end of this age is still the same. Everything else in the life of the believer may change–his job, his family, his self-esteem, his influence, his popularity, his wealth–but Jesus is always the same, and He is always with the believer, encouraging and empowering him to live the life of faith and obedience.”  So remember that whatever else may happen, Christ’s power and love are never going to change in your life.  And that gives me hope that what I read in Acts 4:31 is true for today as well!

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And So It Begins

And so it begins . . . 2017, a brand new year, a brand new opportunity.  This past Sunday we started a brand new calendar year and with it the promise of a brand new start for all of us.  There are so many ways of looking at this, but I’d like to take a look at Isaiah 43:18-19 and see if God might have something to say to all of us this morning regardless of what our situation is, regardless of where we live, work or travel, regardless of what our name is, who our family is or our age.  Perhaps this morning God has something specifically for all of us out of two verses that have something to say to us not just in this New Year but for every morning of this New Year.  The prophet is relating, “This is what the LORD says–your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel” 43:14.  So, these are not the words of the prophet; they aren’t his opinion or even his sermon to the people of God; this is the word of the Lord.  Let’s listen . . .

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I Resolve

It is that time again.  This week there are thousands of people who are making their New Year’s Resolutions list.  I will admit to you that it has been a long, long time since I’ve made a New Year’s resolution but this year I’ve already determined I am going to make at least one resolution.  Part of the reason that I have skipped this “tradition” over the last several years is because it has become something of a trite caricature.  The word “trite” is defined as follows:  “lacking in freshness or effectiveness because of excessive repetition; stale; archaic; rubbed or worn by use.”  The word “caricature” is defined as “any imitation or copy so distorted or inferior as to be ludicrous,”  It has come to the point that people are not serious when they make a New Year’s Resolution and the joke has become that we break that resolution before the holiday is gone.  But this year I am struck by my personal need to make a resolution and stick to it.  Let me explain.

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