Tag Archives: Jesus

First Things First

The Apostle Paul reminds us to keep the most important thing most important.

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Road to Emmaus

Jesus joined two disciples on the road to the village of Emmaus but they did not know it was Jesus. They told him everything they knew about the events in Jerusalem that week, then Jesus told them everything he knew … Continue reading

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Seeing is Believing?

We are naturally skeptical and that is probably to our benefit. We have to process information before deciding what to believe and what to dismiss. Faith and belief are related but not necessarily the same thing. When Jesus’s disciples saw … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday; Resurrection Day

So they went out quickly from the tomb with fear and great joy, and ran to bring His disciples word. –Matthew 28:8 NKJV They were filled with fear and great joy. Being afraid did not cancel out the joy of … Continue reading

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Parable of the Wicked Tenants

Palm Sunday, one week before Easter, is when we remember Jesus entering Jerusalem as crowds of people waved palm branches and shouted Hosanna!┬áDuring Holy Week, or Passion Week, Jesus divided his time between public appearances and time alone teaching his … Continue reading

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God’s Plans Are Sure

God has a plan, he knows what’s doing, his plans always work out. His Word given through Isaiah was encouraging to his people at that time. By studying it now, we better understand that God is always at work accomplishing … Continue reading

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Some Things Never Change

The Genesis 6 flood story and the New Testament plan of salvation probably have more things in common than you realize. Noah’s ark, the exodus from Egypt, the tabernacle in the wilderness, a dozen other things and the bride of … Continue reading

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What Prayer is Like

I once thought I had a brilliant analogy of what prayer is like. I worked it out, it was very clever and beautiful, but it failed to express the theology of prayer correctly. Prayer is not like raindrops. Click the … Continue reading

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Storms of Life

Sometimes we are delivered from the storm and sometimes God is right there with us in the storm. In either case we have to trust him.

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What God has Done for Us

Thanksgiving sermon part 1. This week we will look at some of the things God has done and we’re only hitting the highlights. Next week, the week of Thanksgiving, we will talk about our response.

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