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  • Tale Of Two Cities Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Mar 3, 2008
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    Ninth in a ten part series in Revelation, this sermon features a view of the new heavens and the new earth. The new Jerusalem is examined carefully as it is made of materials that reflect and clarify God’s beautiful light.

    An Apocalypse for the Church A Tale of Two Cities, Part 2: Jerusalem Then I saw “a new heaven and a new earth,”1a for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away,b and there was no longer any sea. 2I saw the Holy City,c the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God,d prepared more

  • Where Is Hope Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Feb 18, 2008
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    7th in a 10 part series on the Book of Revelation, this walk through chapters 15 and 15 expose visions of judgment and ask the question: Where is hope?

    Visions of Judgment: Where is Hope? We are getting into the home stretch of our series, 7th in our 10 part series, chapters 15 and 16 of the 22 chapters in The Book of Revelation. This Revelation of Jesus Christ to His Church through this apocalypse. We have made the point in our walk more

  • A Parable Of Mission Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Feb 5, 2008
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    Fifth in a series of ten sermons from the Book of Revelation, this sermon focuses on the Church’s indispensible role of witness in God’s plan of salvation.

    When we get through this sermon today, since this is the fifth in our series of 10, we’ll be half way through our series here in Revelation. • 7 Churches • 7 Golden Lampstands • 4 Creatures • 24 Elders • A Scroll with 7 Seals • 4 Horsemen • 144,000 and a Great Multitude of more

  • Heaven Now Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Jan 28, 2008

    Third in a series of ten from Revelation, this brings us to Heaven in John’s second set of visions.

    Last week I used the last few verses of Revelation 3 as our benediction: Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with [them], and [them] with me. 21 To [those] who overcome, I will give the right to sit with me on my more

  • Sacred Peace Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Dec 10, 2007
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    For the second Sunday of Advent, we look to what Jesus has to say about peace.

    8 And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. 9 An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they [the shepherds] were terrified. 10 But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good more

  • Money,money, Money Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Jun 18, 2007
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    Sixth in a series of seven in Ecclesiastes, this sermon deals with money, wealth, and riches.

    Sermon Dan Neary Ecclesiastes on Money and Wealth Sermon #6 of 7 in our series on Ecclesiastes, and we come to money and wealth. We’ve gotten into this habit of tying pop songs to these messages… so I couldn’t resist… ABBA (shouldn’t we all listen to ABBA on Fathers’ Day?). Could it more

  • Time For Everything Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Jun 4, 2007
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    Fourth in a seven part series, this sermon deals with Ecclesiastes 3.

    Sermon Dan Neary A Time for Everything Under the Sun This is the 4th of 7 sermons in our series in Ecclesiastes. I’m glad that Dr. Hobson suggested this series… and I’m glad that he is walking with us in this series. We like his preaching. We would like to hear more of his more

  • The Fleeting Nature Of Life Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on May 22, 2007
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    Second in an eight part series in the Book of Ecclesiastes... this sermon tackles the claim that everything is meaningless.

    You have to be glad that you came to church this morning. If you’ve ever wondered what makes different versions of the Bible different, you can turn to Ecclesiastes 1. • NIV: Meaningless • KJV: Vanity • Holman: Futility • Contemporary: Nonsense • Message: Smoke 1These are the words of the more

  • The Superior Order Of Melchizedek Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Feb 5, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    The appearance of Melchizedek in Hebrews 7 is there to draw us not to this mysterious figure Melchizedek, but there to draw us to God through Jesus Christ.

    Superior Order Questions, questions, questions. As far as I’m concerned, it is good for us to come to moments like these and ask our questions. We should bring our really big questions, right? Who – What – Where – When – Why – How? If we’re going to get to the bottom of things, we’re more

  • Superior Food Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Jan 21, 2007

    This passage calls us to Christian life and service using the powerful imagery of food.

    I know that I am not alone in this here today… three weeks ago I made one of those New Year’s resolutions to take off some weight. Pity me, because this is no small thing. First, I’ll be 42 this year. Even when I was 32 it really wasn’t that much work to drop a few extra pounds… but something more

  • Work To Rest Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Jan 9, 2007
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    Hebrews 4 calls us to work to rest. We do well when we do our work within the context of God’s rest.

    We gather together on Sunday mornings in church for worship… so really we shouldn’t start by thinking of us and what we want or need from church. We start all this with the goal of worshiping God… of expressing our thanks and devotion to Him. But with that said, I do want people to receive more

  • Beatitudes - Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Dan Neary on Sep 8, 2003
    based on 6 ratings

    1st in a 12 week series on the Sermon on the Mount

    The Beatitudes (Part 1) When we start a new series, it has been our custom to start with some context, and background, explain some big idea that will serve as a unifying them for the series, and then finally zero-in on the particulars of a certain passage. I like that approach… and, more