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  • How Did Someone So Real Become So Fake? Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 9, 2021

    There is no record that Jesus ever returned to Nazareth. Today, the city is largely a Muslim town. It still rejects Jesus. You know why they rejected Jesus? They wanted to control Him.

  • Only A Wimpy Philosopher--Come On, Man! Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 6, 2021

    That would, of course, be a lot like having a beautiful vehicle with no engine and, therefore, no value. Jesus as a kind of philosophizing wimp, so to speak.

    Monday of the 3rd Week in Lent 2021 One of the great heresies of Christendom that comes back again and again says that Jesus Christ was a great moral philosopher in the line of the Buddha, Confucius, and Marcus Aurelius. Perhaps the most notorious of the authors holding this position was the U.S. more

  • Why People Don't Believe Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Feb 4, 2021

    There is one reason why someone who has heard the truth of the Gospel does not commit their life to Jesus. Do you know what it is?

  • Joining The Messiah Mission Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Jan 16, 2021

    The promise of better times ahead - that’s something we’ve all been waiting for. Better times in our country, in our families, in our community and schools. Christians live under the conviction that God brings the better times.

    Joining The Messiah Mission  Luke 4:14-30 ?Introduction The promise of better times ahead - that’s something we’ve all been waiting for. Better times in our country, in our families, in our community and schools. Christians live under the conviction that God brings the better times. Isaiah more

  • Boundless Love (February 23, 2013).

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 14, 2020

    God’s love knows no bounds. The audience in the synagogue was ok hearing about God’s love so long as it met with their expectations. When Jesus talked about how God’s love reaches out to even the Gentiles, people in the synagogue got upset.

    BOUNDLESS LOVE Text: Luke 4:21 – 30 There is the story of a preacher whose preaching met with comments of affirmation praise when he spoke about certain sins, like gossip, drinking, lying, cheating, stealing. With the mention of each and every sin, there were people who more

  • Can We Really Believe The Bible Today? Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 10, 2019
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    What you believe about the Bible will determine your beliefs and your behavior.

    Can We Really Believe the Bible Today? Rev. Brian Bill May 11-12, 2019 Man on Street Interview Do we have any full-time missionaries here today? Could you raise your hand? Actually, every Christ-follower is called to live on mission as a missionary. If a missionary is one who is sent to cross more

  • Is Jesus What You Expected?

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Feb 20, 2019
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    Jesus' sermon in his hometown synagogue might not have gone as you would expect. But Jesus shows us that his Word is sometimes welcomed, other times rejected, but ALWAYS powerful.

    Expectations. “Do you really think that we’re going to get all that snow that they say we’re supposed to get?” “Have you heard about the frigid temperatures that are predicted?” “Do you think that they’ll cancel school?” The expectations, the anticipation and the excitement was hard to escape. more

  • Man On A Mission

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Feb 19, 2019
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    I want to look at the mission of Christ and talk about our responses

    A. Opening illustration: Sir Edmund Hillary, Everest 1953, died January11, 2008 B. Background to passage: After the birth narratives, the accounts of John the Baptist, and the temptation by Satan in the wilderness, Jesus returns in the power of the Spirit to begin his ministry. According to John, more

  • "keys To Victory"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Feb 9, 2019

    The key to win Super Bowl.

    “Key To Victory” Luke 4:21-30 1. In order to win today I think Trust is important • Each quarterback Tom Brady and Jared Golf has to trust offensive line to block so they can step up into the pocket, trust receivers to catch the ball, trust the system, Game plan • In today’s reading the people more

  • Fulfilled

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jan 23, 2019
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    People in general do not like to be reminded of their short-comings.

    Fulfilled Luke 4: 21 - 30 Intro: An older lady sat in the worship service of a little Presbyterian Church in a quaint southern town. The pastor was preaching against all sorts of sins from gambling to murder and everything in between. When the pastor started on the sin of gossiping, the old more

  • Jesus Comes To Nazareth: An Exposition Of Luke 4:14-30

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jan 12, 2019

    Why are God's people so dull of hearing?

    Jesus Comes to Nazareth: An Exposition of Luke 4:14-30 In the previous passage, we saw that after His baptism by John, He was driven by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness of Judaea. There he had fasted for forty days. At the end of this period, while he was as humanly weak as was possible, He was more

  • Life-Changing Lessons: Rejection At Nazareth

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 7, 2019

    “When God closes a door, he opens a window, but it's up to you to find it. In the meantime, you can praise Him in the hallway.”

    If you never get a no, then you aren’t taking enough chances. But the same areas of the brain become activated when we experience rejection as when we experience physical pain. This is why rejection hurts so much (neurologically speaking). Patience under disappointment is one of the great more

  • The Twin Loves And Saint Louis Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 6, 2019

    Whatever our state of life, we are called to live and die in love. We are called to follow Jesus and to become saints ourselves.

    January 10, 2019 St. Louis of Toulouse Every day we wake up, we wake up to the understanding that our being able to wake up is a divine gift. Every night when we retire saying our night prayers, we make an act of confidence in God, trusting that if we die that night, we are in the care of the more

  • Divine Assignment Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan L Vorce on Sep 28, 2018

    The life of Jesus is the greatest example we have of how we should conduct ourselves as Christians. Jesus was both celebrated and ridiculed. Today we will discuss what to do when this happens to us by looking at the life and ministry of Jesus as our example.

    LUKE 4:23-27, 35 INTRODUCTION • The life of Jesus is the greatest example we have of how we should conduct ourselves as Christians. Jesus was both celebrated and ridiculed. • Not everyone will celebrate you! Some will mock and ridicule you. They did the same thing to Jesus even at the beginning more

  • Are You Blaming The Messenger?

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 20, 2018

    Those who are called to teach you do so knowing that we must give an account for what we pass on to you. For this reason I must cover the whole Bible including the parts that are hard to understand and that are ominous and disturbing. I have no choice.

    Are you blaming the messenger? Deuteronomy 18:15-20 Luke 4:14-30 People react to God in a variety of ways. Some are enthusiastic and inquisitive while others have no interest what so ever and even deny the existence of God. What happened in the Gospel of Luke Chapter 4:14-30 is an more