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Author Archives: Clark Bunch
Why the Wise Men?
Advent is the invention of something new or the appearance of something for the first time. The incarnation describes God becoming flesh and walking among us. Epiphany is the celebration of Jesus, the Christ, God incarnate, revealed to the Gentiles. … Continue reading
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A Real Team Player
Jesus never works alone. From before his birth, through his earthly ministry, the establishment of the New Testament church and beyond Jesus has always been a real team player.
Christmas Day sermon from Luke 2.
He Is Our Peace
The Old Testament prophets gave Israel a future hope. The Ephesians, like all Gentiles, did not receive the Law and the prophets. When Jesus came, he preached peace to those near and those far.
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The Fruit of Faith
The first theme of Advent is hope. The next is faith, specifically the faith of Joseph and Mary as they journeyed to Bethlehem. We’re going to back up to Genesis 15 and start there.
White (Almost) Christmas
I don’t like to mess with the banner image on the website. At different times of the year we change the cover pic on the Facebook page. Back in 2017 we had a rare 4 inch snow in December, while … Continue reading
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Jesus is Concealed
Christ is concealed in the Old Testament but revealed in the New. Advent is a journey. As we begin Advent and look toward Christmas, let’s go way back and begin at the beginning. Like, Genesis 3 in the Garden of … Continue reading
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The Lord is Your Keeper
Last week’s sermon from Psalm 100 was more of a traditional Thanksgiving type message. Psalm 121 is about who God is and what that means to us, for which we should be thankful.
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The Command to Give Thanks
All of God’s commands are meant for our ultimate good. They steer us from evil and toward the God that loves us. He deserves our praise and it really is the least we can do.
Start by reading the list of 10 Commandments in Exodus 20. Then take a look at The Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6. Then let us connect the dots.
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