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Loving you, hurts me!
Clean
March 03, 2015 06:56 PM PST
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This is a short exposition of Romans 5:6-10. In this portion of pericope Paul reminds the readers of their past relationship with God. There is a historic enmity between God the Father and the sons of men that was only reconciled through the substitutionary work of Christ Jesus. This ultimately appeased the wrath of God and atoned for our sins. Christ's love was so great that He endured punishment and shame in an effort to reconcile us back to God.

God will do great things that will cause you to laugh.
Clean
March 03, 2015 05:32 PM PST
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After years of captivity, the children of Israel were finally returning home. When the decree of King Cyrus came to the ears of God's children, they felt like it was a dream. Deliverance from bondage is a great thing that God does well and this occurrence is no exemption. Their hearts were filled with so much joy that it led to hysterical laughter as an expression of gladness. In this we discover a truth: There are some things that God will do that will cause us to laugh.

Life of a Psalmist: Walking with Confidence in the Lord
Clean
February 17, 2015 05:26 PM PST
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Psalms 23 is probably the most recited chapter of all the bible. Most have read this to comfort those who have suffered a loss or are dealing with grief; however, that is not the occasion of this writing. David is reflecting on the experiences he has endured, as well as those he will soon encounter. It is because of his relationship with the Lord that he is able to face his enemies with confidence.

Life of a Psalmist: He's Withering The Enemy From Your Life
Clean
February 12, 2015 07:44 PM PST
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This is a brief exposition of Psalms 37:1-3. David wrote this acrostic Psalm during near the end of his life. While reflecting on life's journey, he assures himself(and the reader)that eventually enemy's tyranny will come to an end.

The life of a Psalmist: I'm nothing without You
Clean
February 04, 2015 03:13 AM PST
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This is a short exposition of Psalms 16. In this chapter, David writes a Mictam (pronounced Mick-tom). A Michtam is a Psalm of deliverance. This Psalm is believed to have been written during the time when David was on the run from Saul and after sparing his father-in-law's life twice. Most christians don't need deliverance from a foe but from self; however, without God, this is impossible to occur.

Repairing the Breach: What the church needs is a repairman!
Clean
January 13, 2015 02:30 PM PST
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This is a quick exposition of Isaiah 58:1-12. In this text we find post-exiled Israel trying to put the pieces of their fragmented lives back together. Although the people of Israel were in the process of reconnecting to their homeland, they remained disconnected from God in their worship. To repair the breach, the Lord promised to raise up able bodies from the faithful remnant to rebuild the community as well as restore their relationship back to God.

Resisting the need to withdraw
Clean
November 23, 2014 05:00 PM PST
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Our sermon series has landed us in the book of Hebrews. In the 10th chapter, we find Jewish Christians under persecution. After accepting the faith of the Nazarene, the believers began to question the wisdom in renouncing the religion of Moses for that of Christendom. Upon finishing the argumentative aspect of this epistle, the Author concludes this exhortation with an appeal to never stray from the community of fellowship.

Fasting: No Flex Zone
Clean
September 01, 2014 04:25 PM PDT
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This is a brief exposition of Isaiah 58:1-6. The purpose of fasting is to bring God glory through humble submission of fleshly desires. In this message, we are challenged to resist exhorting self for the benefit of prideful gain and to submit unto God to bring Him glory.

I'm in Love with a Stripper!
Clean
May 19, 2014 12:35 PM PDT
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Quick Exposition of Colossians 2:9-15.

Paul is writing a letter to the church of Colossae. This was a church that was dealing with ritualism, traditionalism and legalism. Paul wrote this letter to remind the church that God loved them so much that He "spoiled"(stripped)principalities and powers from their grip over His elect.