Sermon Series
  • 1. Perfect People

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2008
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    1st message of 4 part series in Hebrews. There are 18 messages preached in 4 sections. This is 3rd section focusing on the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. This section was preached during the Easter season.

    God Wants a Perfect People My mom tells the story of a little neighbor boy who for Christmas received a cowboy outfit. It had a cowboy hat, vest, chaps and boots. As soon as he opened up his presents he put them on and then ran to the full length mirror in his parents’ bedroom. He stood there ...read more

  • 2. Perfect Tabernacle

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2008
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    2nd in series (Section 3) on Hebrews. This message is focused on the tabernacle and it’s role in the sacrificial system and the role of Jesus

    3/16/08 – Expect More: God Created a Perfect Tabernacle – Palm Sunday The tabernacle in the OT was more than a big tent where people came and sang. It was a killing place. Animals died there all day long, every day. The blood flowed. Sheep and cows were butchered by the Levites while the meat ...read more

  • 3. Perfect Sacrifice

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2008
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    3rd in series (Section 3)on Hebrews. This message was preached on Easter Sunday and focuses on the sacrifice of Jesus and the torn veil

    Most of us have a hard time with blood – especially outside of our own flesh. Most of us, with the exception of those who are emergency responders or in the medical field, get a bit queasy when we see a little blood. It doesn’t have to be oozing, gushing, or pumping – sometimes just a little bit ...read more

  • 4. Perfect Covenant

    Contributed on Apr 7, 2008
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    4th in series (Section 3) in Hebrews. This message focuses on the new covenant we have gained through Jesus.

    God Made a Perfect Covenant Marriage is a gift from God When it is right – it is incredibly exhilarating and impossible to describe. But when it is wrong – it is excruciatingly painful and hopelessly beyond endurance. When it is right – marriage is a kind of heaven on earth and when it is ...read more