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East Ridge United Methodist Church
1601 Prater Road
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37412
Phone: (423) 892-8451
Age
4 + years
Service Type
Mixed (same service)
Weekly Attendance
100 - 249

Kenneth Sauer

East Ridge United Methodist Church

United Methodist, Pastor/Minister

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Randy Hamel
August 2, 2013
Well let me say that this is an awesome job that was done on this text. I believe it really hits the nail on the head, and at some point in time we have all been a one person talent. But this encourages me to do better.
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Randy Hamel
August 2, 2013
Well let me say that this is an awesome job that was done on this text. I believe it really hits the nail on the head, and at some point in time we have all been a one person talent. But this encourages me to do better.
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Donald Cannon
April 5, 2013
Very good message, one everyone needs to hear.
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Cynthia Dunson
February 16, 2013
I agree with this sermon on revenge and showing the love of Christ by turning the other cheek. Yet, at the same time, I do believe we are suppose to stand up for right over wrong. Jesus was angry in the temple and he didn''t just ignore the total disregard for what the people were doing. He spoke his mind. Are we not to do the same? Why can''t we have our manger scenes? If we do not stand up to these non-belivers will they not just take over. Sooner or later, as is other foreign countries, Bibles will be outlawed. We are blessed to live in a country where there is free speech. It seems to me attorneys should stand up for our rights to worship our Lord and Savior as long as they are civil and loving and kind. I think the Christians who state their points of view on CNN and Fox are doing a good thing. If they are speaking out of love for God and are kind and respectful then I believe they are being Christ-like.
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Henry Hedgepeth
February 2, 2013
This is a great word. It presents us a very simple and practical answer to everything we come against in life. Saying Yes to the Lord is the answer to all problems. Life without the persistence of problems is truly THE LIFE. thank you so much for sharing this great truth.
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Betty Draughn
October 29, 2012
Very well said. I agreed with everything you said.
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Michael James Monaghan
September 17, 2012
No discrimination may be true for today , but in Ephesians Gentiles are told they were strangers and foreigners to the covenants ?. When on earth Jesus told the 12 " Do not go among the Gentiles or enter any towns of the Samaritans. Go rather to the lost sheep of Israel ". It says also in another place "I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel". And '' Jesus Christ was a minister to the circumcision...to confirm the promises made unto the fathers '' Ex 19:6 Deut 7: 6 Gen12 . Paul said ''It was neccessary that we spoke the word of God to you (Israel) first. '' So as Irael the nation refused Christ Paul turned to the Gentiles initially to make Israel jealous and stimulate belief Romans 11 . So for a time their was discrimination and selectivety ?. But that is not the situation today . We should realise that though Christ Jesus came into the world to save Sinners , His minstry while on earth was to Israel. Now from the glory it is to the Church which is His Body and He is its head . Obt .org.uk and on Utube can explain more fully Pauls distinctive and special ministry given by revelation of the glorified Christ , for us . :) Eph 3 and colosians 1
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Roy Boswell
June 24, 2012
Excellent sermon.
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