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In the Psalms, we see God's people look beyond their earthly reality to find renewed perspective in God's True Reality. Today we'll see how Psalm 96 calls God's people to declare the Good News that the True God is on the Throne of the world. While we typically think of "sharing the good news" as a New Testament challenge, here we see it as a privil…
 
Psalm 16In the Psalms, we see God's people look beyond their earthly reality to find renewed perspective in God's true reality. On this Mother's Day, we'll look at Psalm 16 and see how the Psalmist looks beneath the surface of our everyday existence and shows how God is the one worthy foundation of our homes, whether we're single, married or parent…
 
In the Psalms, we see God's people look beyond their earthly reality to find renewed perspective in God's true reality. Even from the cross, Jesus quoted twice from the Psalms (Ps. 22:1; 31:5).Many of the Psalms were written out of the experience of great difficulty, expressing deep lament over desperate circumstances. Today, we will look at an exa…
 
God tells us time and time again how much He loves us. He invites us into a relationship with Him and desires to engage in the kind of dialogue there would be between a parent and their child. We are encouraged to present our requests to God in that similar kind of relationship, trusting that God cares so much more for us than any earthly parent ev…
 
Matthew 6:13Jesus said we are to pray, "Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from the evil one."Believers are in a battle. We all have temptations. We all have trials. And no one is above yielding to them and damaging our lives.How are we to handle temptation? We must not be surprised by it, but rather we are to expect these trials. And we ar…
 
Ephesians 2:11-21What is the Gospel?Pastor Harry Lehotsky influence - www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJfnsnXwbfQ Cheap grace results when we reduce the gospel to forgiveness of sins, limit salvation to fire insurance from hell, and grasp only half of what the Bible says about sin.The question is not, 'Do you want to have your soul saved for heaven?'. The …
 
John 12:12-13; 19:38-42; 20:11-22On this Palm Sunday we continue our journey with the book, "40 Days of Decrease." Our current readings in the book of John have brought us past the events of Palm Sunday to describe scenes of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.As we see various characters begin to understand the nature of Jesus' Kingship, we …
 
"God's desire for representatives, unity, and relationship" - John 17John 17 is very important in our understanding of what Jesus sacrificed through His death as this passage records a beautiful prayer of Jesus and gives us a glimpse into what was going through His mind right before His death.Jesus' prayer in John 17 reveals to us God's heart for h…
 
John 18:1-11On this fourth Sunday of Lent, we continue our journey with the book, "40 Days of Decrease." Our current readings in the book of John have brought us to the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus is arrested. The story paints an amazing scene in which trained, rugged soldiers fall back on the ground at the sound of Jesus' voice.The irony in t…
 
John 13:1-17; 14:1-6On this second Sunday of Lent, we continue our journey with the book, "40 Days of Decrease." Our current readings in the book of John have us in the Upper Room, where Jesus washed His disciples' feet and began to explain His soon coming departure.In John 14:1-6, Jesus talked of going away to make available the kind of life He ca…
 
John 12:24-26Today is the first Sunday of Lent. As we begin a journey with the book, "40 Days of Decrease," the messages during this season will come from the daily readings in John 12-21 that are recommended in the book.We begin today with Christ's words in John 12:24-26, where Jesus provides His certain response to the awareness that His impendin…
 
Isaiah 42:1-9Last week, we began a journey through this passage in which Christ is prophesied as the Coming Servant of the Lord. As those served by Him, we are now sent to serve as He served (Jn. 20:21-22).Today, we'll see what this prophecy has to say about how and who Jesus came to serve.If we are sent to serve as Jesus came to serve...How are we…
 
***WARNING: WE HAD SOME PROBLEMS WITH THE MICROPHONE AND THERE IS SOME HIGH-PITCHED RINGING THROUGHOUT THE SERMON. ***Isaiah 42:1-9We live in a culture that is quick to serve itself. This "self" focus runs quite counter to the challenge of many references we find in Isaiah to "the servant of the Lord." God called His people, Israel to be His servan…
 
God is Our Trusted Source of Hope (Psalm 121)We start by lifting up our eyes to God (1-2)God's presence is active (3-4)God's presence offers us protection (5-8)He promises to be with us in difficult times (Isaiah 43:1-4)Moving Forward in HopeCultivating the hope that we have in GodPrayerScriptureTelling stories of God's faithfulness (Joshua 4:21-22…
 
As Isaiah continues to address the situation of God's people exiled in Babylon, he addresses the fear that will certainly threaten them, especially when Persia overtakes Babylon (41:10). Not only does Isaiah call the exiles not to fear, He offers them solid truth that speaks to their (and our) fear.When fear threatens to control us, God assures us …
 
BEYOND THE DESIRE TO GIVE UPIsaiah 40:28-31In our journey through Isaiah, we'll continue to look at God's amazing prophetic encouragement to His people (Is. 40) as they would find themselves in the pain and questions of exile, certainly tempted to give up on living faithfully for Him. In the past two weeks, we've seen how God gave to them a picture…
 
In our journey through Isaiah, we'll continue to look at God's amazing prophetic encouragement to His people as they would find themselves in the pain and questions of exile. Last week, we saw God's posture of love, inviting them (and us) to ultimate restoration. Today, we'll see how verses 12-28 address God's absolute ability to fulfil His promise…
 
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