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King Ahaz provides a surprising contrast to the kingdom of Israel as we see a dramatic example of the limits of our traditional morality.
2 Chronicles 28:1-27
2 Timothy 1:3-7 shows us what God uses to fashion us for his service.
2 Timothy 1:3-7
The battle of Jericho is not a model of military genius. It was a miracle. God called his people to foolishness to demonstrate His great power. What happened in Jericho was unique. Be ready to move ahead by faith when hearing the voice of God.
With Examining the Heart, the law brings 1) Inward Conviction (Romans 2:17-20), 2) Outward Failure (Romans 2:21-24) and requires a matching of the 3) Inward to the Outward (Romans 2:25-29).
People, unfortunately, are sheep, but the Lord, fortunately, is the Good Shepherd.
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This sermon looks at the story of Martha and Mary and prioritizes the value of "being with Jesus" over "doing for Jesus."
Psalms 27:4, Luke 10:38-42
King Hezekiah's powerful actions point us to where revival starts.
2 Chronicles 29:1-36
The Nicene Creed summarizes important Bible doctrines that separate orthodoxy from heresy.
Ephesians 4:6, 2 Corinthians 6:18, 1 Corinthians 8:6, Deuteronomy 6:4, Mark 12:29, Mark 12:32, Malachi 2:10, Genesis 17:1-4, Exodus 6:3, Matthew 6:9
This sermon unpacks Psalm 32 along with the benefit of confessing your sins to God and the subsequent responsibility that followers the reconciliation and freedom that he offers to all believers.
Psalms 32:1-11, Luke 22:31
This is the first in a series on the ten virgins. Five were wise, five were foolish. Which are you?
Amos 1:3-2:16 shows us that God’s judgment falls on all who sin against him.
This sermon divides Psalm 13 into three parts: Complaint, Request, and Trust and explores how these three areas and this entire Psalm might serve as a life template for Christians today.
How is God calling us to address grapes gone wild in our contexts? Be mindful, however. Jesus did this in his opening homily in Nazareth after reading from this very book, Isaiah.
Our lives are going someplace - and it’s a good thing to keep our eyes on the destination so we stay on track.
How can we trust the Bible? We can trust that the Bible is God’s Word because of its enduring message. The Bible remains the primary way God teaches, encourages, and guides humanity.
2 Timothy 3:14-17