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Apr 17, 2024
Week 5: The One Flesh Reality
  • Apr 17, 2024Week 5: The One Flesh Reality
    Apr 17, 2024
    Week 5: The One Flesh Reality
  • Apr 3, 2024Week 4: Making A Marriage (Part 2)
    Apr 3, 2024
    Week 4: Making A Marriage (Part 2)
  • Mar 27, 2024Week 3: Making A Marriage (Part 1)
    Mar 27, 2024
    Week 3: Making A Marriage (Part 1)
  • Mar 20, 2024Week 2: The Marriage Covenant
    Mar 20, 2024
    Week 2: The Marriage Covenant
  • Mar 13, 2024Week 1: Human Covenants
    Mar 13, 2024
    Week 1: Human Covenants
  • Feb 18, 2024God Speaks
    Feb 18, 2024
    God Speaks
    Scripture: Exodus 19:4-20:2
  • Nov 27, 2023Legalism vs Holiness
    Nov 27, 2023
    Legalism vs Holiness
    Series: (All)
    Just as in Colossae, those who tend toward legalism are characterized by focusing on works, adding to the law being concerned with external appearances, and imposing those same things on others.  It often leads to despair and frustration and is not a result of what Christ has done in us but trying to add to what he’s already done.  The other temptation is to minimize the law and obedience to it, which also must be avoided. We ought to be concerned with holiness, which is always concerned with how God sees us rather than others and is a matter of the heart.  It’s about applying the law of God to all of life, where there are no loopholes or corners to be cut.  Though it doesn’t preclude a strong confrontation of sin since we are to be concerned with the holiness of God, it’s ready to give others the benefit of the doubt and is quick to forgive repentant hearts as Christ forgave us.
    Scripture: Psalm 119:97-104, Colossians 2:16-3:17
  • Nov 19, 2023A Time For Confidence
    Nov 19, 2023
    A Time For Confidence
    Series: (All)
  • Sep 18, 2023Law, Kingdom, and Mercy
    Sep 18, 2023
    Law, Kingdom, and Mercy
    Series: (All)
    The Psalms, primarily when understood as a whole, organized collection, lay out major themes of Scripture. They especially highlight the ultimate hope of god's people--the establishment of His law and the vindication of His kingdom, accomplished through His mercy throughout history. 
    Scripture: Psalms 1-3
  • Jun 25, 2023How To Live Under Judgment
    Jun 25, 2023
    How To Live Under Judgment
    We in today's world find ourselves in a similar place as the nation of Israel in the time of the prophet Amos.  It was a time of great sin, yet the nation of Israel, who was called to be the light in the world, disobediently opted to maintain their peace while unrest happened all around them.  While not the covenant nation of Israel, America's sin is grievous, and we can't expect to avoid judgment by a Holy and just God.  As Christians, we need to repent for how we have contributed to the problem by protecting our peace and then live sacrificially and faithfully.  We need to proclaim Christ everywhere, as God gives us the opportunity, whether to the grossly immoral or to our conservative unbelieving friends and family who are bothered by what they see but may not see why.
    Scripture: Hebrews 12:1-2, 25-29, Amos 6