Sermon Series
  • 1. If We Only Knew...

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
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    Hard to believe a little cardboard and packing tape could accomplish so much, isn't it? Actually, it's the packing peanuts. Styrofoam is like kryptonite! You take God off His throne, out of His rightful place, and neatly pack Him into a box.

    This is the 1st in a series: God Unboxed Hard to believe a little cardboard and packing tape could accomplish so much, isn't it? Actually, it's the packing peanuts. Styrofoam is like kryptonite! You take God off His throne, out of His rightful place, and neatly pack Him into a box. Of ...read more

  • 2. High, Holy, & Lifted Up

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    As you read this, please pray for a proper understanding of God's true size and might. Let Isaiah's vision of God (Isa. 6:1-7) un-box your view of God. God is holy. He is sacred, set apart, and unlike all else. Holiness isn't just an attribute of God;

    As you read this, please pray for a proper understanding of God's true size and might. Let Isaiah's vision of God (Isa. 6:1-7) un-box your view of God. God is holy. He is sacred, set apart, and unlike all else. Holiness isn't just an attribute of God; it is the essence of who God is. It's ...read more

  • 3. How Great Is Our God

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    As in many other places in the Bible, Isaiah 40 gives us a glimpse into God's greatness. He is strong as iron and tender as a shepherd (10-11). Adjectives like enormous and wise fall so short when we consider His creation and counsel (12-13). Not only tha

    It's not a question, it's a statement. I probably should add an exclamation point: How Great is Our God! As in many other places in the Bible, Isaiah 40 gives us a glimpse into God's greatness. He is strong as iron and tender as a shepherd (10-11). Adjectives like enormous and wise fall so short ...read more

  • 4. God Is In Control

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
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    To believe that God is in control is huge (especially for us 'control freaks'). It takes a lot of faith and even more surrender, but when taken by faith it opens up a world of peace and hope.

    I must admit that at the moment I write this, my faith in God's sovereignty is being tested so severely, I struggle to finish the first paragraph.* I wish I could say the great truth of God's sovereignty was a bedrock of my life - but I confess to have great trouble accepting it - much less ...read more

  • 5. The Lord Is Merciful

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
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    God is everything mercy ever hoped to be. He isn't just part mercy - He IS mercy. God has NEVER been unmerciful. It's who God is; mercy is His very nature. Mercy can be simply defined as 'Love in Action' (Eph. 2:4). It is living compassion (Ps. 116:

    I must admit that I'm not always the most merciful person in the room (not even close) - so this study had some really convicting things for me to work through. We'll progress through the nature of God's mercy, the actions of His mercy, and our response to mercy - all from Psalm 103. God is ...read more

  • 6. God Is Faithful

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
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    In our day of broken promises, dirty politics, corporate mergers, made-to-be-broken sports contracts, meaningless marital vows we don't see much real faithfulness. How's this for faithfulness? Luke 16:17

    For the last 36 years, Don Gorske of Fon Du Lac, Wisconsin, has eaten a Big Mac for lunch - every day. Over 23,000 in total. He doesn't miss a lunch. He's predictable. Where do you think he'll be today at about noon? You guessed it - at McDonald's! But Don has nothing on God. God is ...read more

  • 7. Growing In The Glory Of God

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
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    This life is not about me; it's all about Him! God wants the glory and will receive the glory. He is a jealous God and will not share that glory with anyone or anything else. This kicks against me slightly - because I feel that desire for glory too, yet

    Why is the ocean blue? Why are leaves green? Why do birds sing? Why did Jesus die a criminal's death? One simple reason: because God wanted it that way. He exists, creates, and loves ... for Himself (Isaiah 46:9-10). This life is not about me; it's all about Him! God wants the glory and will ...read more

  • 8. The Incarnation Of God

    Contributed on Jan 5, 2012
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    The Son of God became a man so that men could become the sons of God.

    Incarnation: means 'in the flesh' (refers to when God put on human flesh and became Man) The Son of God became a man so that men could become the sons of God. The Truth of the Incarnation If you read John 1, you will see that John begins with some big-time, major claims about who Jesus ...read more