Sermon Series
  • 1. Week One

    Contributed on Mar 15, 2021
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    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter.

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 2. Week Two

    Contributed on Mar 15, 2021
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    Lent is a ritual of the Church that leads us into the hope we have in Jesus. Fasting and Prayer are disciplines of Lent to bring about suffering to draw a person closer to God

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 3. Week Three

    Contributed on Mar 15, 2021
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    Self examination is not intended as a form of self punishment, but a redirection of our love to God for what He did for us through the cross. It’s meant as a guidepost to living like “little Christs” in this world so we can be a blessing to those who may never consider His saving grace.

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 4. Week Four

    Contributed on Mar 15, 2021
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    Confession is not so much a requirement for believers as it is an opportunity for restoration of fellowship after offending our holy God. Christians are a confessing people!

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 5. Week Five

    Contributed on Mar 15, 2021
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    Contrition is the entire process of fasting, prayer, confession and repentance through amending one's behavior and making right those wrongs which don't hurt others.

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 6. #6 Palm Sunday

    Contributed on Mar 29, 2021
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    The process of recognizing where we are on the road and why we are cheering is exactly what lent has been all about - recognizing Jesus willingness to enter into our pain is a reason to celebrate as well as mourn. We celebrate because of His willingness and mourn because of inability to not sin.

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 7. Easter

    Contributed on Mar 29, 2021
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    The truth is always the same: The only hope we have in this life stems from what God did for us. He came for you. He suffered for you. He Died for you. He rose for you. He moved heaven and earth for you.

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more