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Sermon Series
  • 1. I Need You

    Contributed on Feb 21, 2008
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    EVERY RELATIONSHIP ENDS UP SOMEWHERE, FEW RELATIONSHIPS END UP SOMEWHERE ON PURPOSE The desire of our church is to build purposeful relationships with one another. The kind relationships, which will enrich our fellowship with others and deepen our relatio

  • 2. I Am Sorry

    Contributed on Feb 27, 2008
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    In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus used 8 phrases to help us live in community. These 8 phrases when used properly will strengthen our relationships with one another as we strive to please God. Today we will look at the second beatitude and learn what it m

  • 3. I Respect You

    Contributed on Mar 18, 2008
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    In the greatest sermon ever preached, Jesus focused on the two greatest commands of scripture. To love God and to love others – it is in these two relationships we find our fulfillment and our purpose. In the beatitudes, Jesus helps us discover how we are

  • 4. I Want To Do Right Always

    Contributed on Mar 25, 2008
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    Who has not heard of the “Whopper” or a Baconator! When it comes to food, we do not want to become hungry. Moreover, if we do become hungry our body lets us know it – THE GROWL and we are off to the fridge, looking in the cabinets or diving into the cooki

  • 5. I Will Be The First To Stop Fighting

    Contributed on May 26, 2008
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    The Seventh beatitude calls us to be peacemakers. Jesus has called us to a special mission to help make peace or restore people back to a sound relationships, first with one another and ultimately with God himself. The peace Jesus speaks of has nothing

  • 6. I Have Forgiven You Already

    Contributed on Jun 2, 2008
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    The need for mercy is great, Jesus points out the need for mercy in the beatitudes found in the sermon on the mount