Sermon Series
  • 1. It's Everywhere

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2010
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    Telling someone "God loves you" seems trite and meaningless. Too many people act as though that's his job. But I have respect the agnostics you say it's presumptuous to believe a Supreme Being would care about us. They get it. The idea that God would

    Introduction: What do the following have in common? • A man & woman lighting one candle • A man & woman exchanging rings • "Dearly beloved we gathered here in the presence of these witnesses...." They're all part of a wedding ceremony. Middle eastern people in the Bible, ...read more

  • 2. Who Do You Trust?

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2010
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    Sin is deadly in the end even though it may seem pleasurable in the beginning. Humans cannot determine what is right and wrong in the universe God created. It is beyond our limitations. So we can and must trust God. The question is will you trust him.

    Series Introduction: Middle Eastern people in the Bible, from Abraham to Paul, were as acquainted with covenants as we are with weddings. The Greeks and Romans did not have covenants. In fact, when the Jews translated the OT into Greek, they had to use the Greek word for “will” or ...read more

  • 3. Eating At The King's Table

    Contributed on Jan 20, 2010
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    Many of us willingly choose to live in spiritual, emotional, and physical poverty, but we are heirs to a great covenant between God and Abraham.

    Series Introduction: Middle Eastern people in the Bible, from Abraham to Paul, were as acquainted with covenants as we are with weddings. The Greeks and Romans did not have covenants. In fact, when the Jews translated the OT into Greek, they had to use the Greek word for “will” or ...read more