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In this sermon, we studied the Apostle John's poetic encouragement to believers, whom he consistently addresses as 'little children'. John offers specific encouragement to both older and younger members, highlighting each distinct role and contribution within the community. Through scripture, we explored how the Bible values children, young people,…
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In this sermon, we looked at how the Apostle John encourages believers to avoid sin, while reassuring us that even when we do sin, Jesus will advocate for us as the ultimate propitiation for all sins. John emphasizes that truly knowing God is shown through obedience to His commandments and a transformed relationship with sin. Habitual sin damages r…
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In this sermon, we looked at 1 John 1 to see what it means to walk in the light instead of darkness. The Apostle John tells us that God is light, so anyone who has fellowship with God cannot walk in darkness—to do so is to live in denial of the truth. The word "walk" in Scripture often refers to our lifestyle and the actions that define our charact…
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In this sermon, we looked at how the Apostle John proclaimed the incarnate Christ through the witness of hearing Him, seeing Him, looking upon Him, and touching Him. John encouraged his readers and denounced false teachings that claimed Jesus was a spirit and could not be human. He declared that Jesus is eternal life and that, through Him, we can h…
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In this sermon, we looked at what it means to love those who are different from us. The parable of the Good Samaritan illustrates that true neighbors are those who show compassion, regardless of racial or cultural differences. Jesus challenges the lawyer's attempt to narrowly define "neighbor," highlighting that loving God is demonstrated by loving…
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In this sermon, we began looking at what it means to love our neighbor as ourselves. We defined "neighbor" as anyone in our sphere of influence. Romans 12:14-18 teaches believers how to treat others, encouraging us to live peacefully in community with one another even when it’s challenging. As humans, we naturally do things that serve ourselves or …
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In today’s Mother's Day sermon from Isaiah 61:1-4, we looked at the connection between how mothers care for their children and how God cares for us. Isaiah 66:13 reminds us that mothers bear the image of God by uniquely displaying God's desire to nurture and care for us as His children. However, before God calls moms to fulfill their calling to nur…
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In this sermon, we looked at what it means to love God with all our soul. The Bible uses the word "soul" to describe the seat of personal identity and the part of us that will live eternally and reunite with our new bodies at the resurrection. Our soul is the place inside of us where we long to commune with God. It's also the part of us that yearns…
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In this sermon from Mark 12:28-31, we looked at Jesus' command to love God with all our strength. To better understand what it looks like to love God with all our strength, we also looked at Paul's instructions in Romans 12:9-13. In this passage, Paul shows us what this kind of love looks like: Loving God with all our strength includes having broth…
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In this sermon, we examined how we are made in the image of God while also existing as created, finite beings. To be in the image of God does not mean we look like Him physically, but that we were created to reflect who God is. We see this in Genesis 1 and 2 in three ways: We have stewardship over God’s other creation, we have rationality and choic…
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In this Easter sermon, we looked at the prophetic words of Isaiah 53 and the significance of Jesus' resurrection. This passage foretells the suffering and resurrection of the coming Messiah and reminds us that Jesus' agony and death were the fulfillment of God’s will and essential for our redemption. Through His resurrection, Jesus conquered sin an…
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In this sermon, we looked at the Gospel of Luke's portrayal of Jesus' deliberate path to Jerusalem, culminating in the pivotal events of Holy Week. The narrative, starting in Luke 9:51, highlights Jesus' determination as He set His face toward Jerusalem and walked toward His impending death, burial, and resurrection. This journey ended in Luke 19:4…
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In this sermon, we looked at what it's like to be with God. God values relationship, and in Matthew 11:25-30, we see the intimate connection between the Father and the Son. Jesus invites us to share in this relationship by showing us who the Father is. The call to enter this relationship is not through striving, good works, or perfection; we are si…
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In this sermon, we looked at what it's like to be close to God by examining Jesus, who embodies "the radiance of the Glory of God and the exact imprint of His nature." In John 11, we see God's compassion for us and how His glory and power to save sinners is revealed through the brokenness of our world. After the death of Lazarus, Jesus' response to…
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In this sermon, we looked at Romans 3:19-26 to explore the nature of God's justice. True justice requires upholding laws and consequences consistently and without favoritism. In Romans 3, Paul reminds us that every human has sinned under God's Law and is subject to God's judgment. Paul says that while God is just and always upholds His law, He is a…
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In this sermon from 1 John 4:7-10, we looked at how love is embedded in God's nature and how He is the source of all love that is experienced in the world. Love is not merely an attribute of God's personality or something He does in the world; love is part of the very essence of His being. Despite varying definitions of love in the world around us,…
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In this sermon, we looked at how Revelation 4 reveals the profound nature of God's character. The vivid imagery of God sitting on His throne magnifies the majesty and holiness of God. The four creatures hovering around God's throne repeatedly declaring God’s holiness further reveals that God is sacred, pure, worthy of awe, and unlike anything else …
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With this sermon, we started a new series on the Greatest Commandments. In this series, we’ll spend time looking at the commands to love God and love your neighbor as you love yourself. This week, we began with the question, “Who is God?” If we are going to love God, we must first know who He is. We looked in Exodus 3:13-15 at the significance of G…
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In this sermon, we looked in Matthew 16:13-19 at the pivotal moment when Jesus asked His disciples, "Who do you say that I am?" This question was more than a theological pop quiz; Jesus was drilling into the core of the disciples’ personal faith. As Peter answered, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God,” we were reminded of how the entire …
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In this sermon from 1 Peter 3:15, we looked at how we were created to live our lives on mission to make disciples for Jesus, beginning in our own neighborhoods and reaching toward the ends of the earth. We were also reminded that our mission starts with living our lives with sincere love for God and others, serving as a beacon to draw others toward…
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In this sermon, we looked at God’s plan for His Church to grow together in biblical community. We began in Genesis 2 with a reminder that we were created with a need to be in relationship, with God and others, in which we can be fully known and fully loved. In Ephesians 4:11-16, Paul lays out God's plan for His Church and the essential roles of Chu…
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In the second sermon of our Advent series, we looked at how Jesus fulfilled the Isaiah 9:6 prophesy to come to earth as a Mighty God. The nation of Israel would have understood this prophetic title of the coming Messiah as a "God who is mighty in battle." In 1 Corinthians 15:24-26, the apostle Paul explains that, through His resurrection, Jesus ove…
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In this sermon, we looked at the Apostle Paul's account of how he was set apart and called into the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Paul testifies that he was saved by God's grace as the Gospel was revealed to him through Jesus Christ. Paul also shares how he had previously persecuted the Church and how God used his story to display the truth of the Gospel…
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In this sermon, we looked at John chapter 4 to see how Jesus shared the hope of His coming with a Samaritan woman. Jesus is at the center of the Gospel message, and He is also the best example of what it means to share the Good News with others. While it would have been taboo in first century society for Jesus to converse with this Samaritan woman,…
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In this sermon, we looked at Romans 10:13-17, where Paul reminds us that salvation is available to everyone who calls on Jesus. He then uses a series of rhetorical questions to highlight God's call for every Christian be an evangelist by sharing the good news of the Gospel. Paul says that no one can call on the Lord if they don't believe, and they …
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In this sermon, we closed our What is the Gospel? series by addressing the final question: "What is my role in my spiritual growth?" As human beings, it's our natural inclination to step away from the good news of the Gospel and toward lesser hopes. As we studied Scripture, we found that even the Apostle Paul had a list of things in which he could …
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In this sermon, we looked at Acts 2:36-41 in which Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, declares to the people of Jerusalem that Jesus is the Lord and Messiah. Peter urges the people to believe the truth of Jesus' divinity and to see His redemptive work on the cross as a fulfillment of the Old Testament prophesies. When the people listening are "cut…
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In this sermon, we looked at Isaiah 6:1-7 where the prophet Isaiah shares his transformative vision of the holiness and majesty of God, revealing the immense chasm between God’s holiness and our sinfulness. In this vision, God was seated on a throne as seraphim worshipped Him, declaring, "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; The whole earth is fu…
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In this sermon, we looked at how Ephesians 2:1-10 unveils God's transformative kindness toward us in the Gospel. The good news of the Gospel is that, while all people are spiritually dead in their trespasses and sins, we are graciously offered a new and eternal life through Christ. The Gospel reminds us that God is our Holy Creator and we are accou…
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In this sermon, we looked at the kindness of God seen in Malachi 3:1-5 and 4:1-6, as He speaks through the prophet Malachi to give His people a vision of a future transformation when He will change their hearts. Malachi 3:15 points to the first Advent of Jesus, when His arrival will follow a divine messenger who will prepare the way for Him. The ne…
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In this sermon, we looked at Malachi 3:6-12 and saw how God confronted Israel's unfaithfulness in tithing. God begins by reminding Israel of His unchanging character and nature then confronts them about robbing Him through their neglect of tithes and offerings. God challenges them to bring the full tithe into the storehouse so there may be provisio…
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In this sermon, we looked at Malachi 2:17, where Malachi addresses the Israelites' questioning of God’s justice. Israel was in a time of rebellion against God and was experiencing the consequences of God withholding His blessing. In response, they questioned why God seemed to favor the evildoers. Instead of asking God to reveal to them their sin an…
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In this sermon, we looked at Malachi 2:10-16 and how God spoke through Malachi to address the Israelites' negligence in maintaining their covenant with God and their covenants with one another. He rebukes the Israelite men because they were divorcing their Israelite wives and marrying wives who worshipped other gods. This violated their marriage co…
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In this sermon, we looked in Isaiah 61:1-4 at God's promise to send a Messiah who would bring good news to the oppressed, brokenhearted, and captive. In this passage, God promises to send a Messiah to comfort those in sorrow, liberate those who are imprisoned, and provide hope and healing to those who are suffering. Here we see a beautiful and kind…
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In this sermon, we looked at the suffering of Jesus through the lens of Isaiah 53. Our Suffering Saints series began by looking at Adam and the fall, when sin and death came into the world. Sin and death had to be dealt with, overcome, and undone. Through His suffering, death, and resurrection, Jesus defeated sin and death once and for all. Jesus, …
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In this sermon, we looked at 2 Corinthians 1:3-9 in which the apostle Paul praises God as the ultimate source of comfort and compassion in times of affliction. Paul reminds us that God doesn't promise to fix our afflictions this side of heaven, but He has promised the abundant comfort of His presence. God's presence and grace are sufficient to give…
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