SERMON ARCHIVE



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SERMON ARCHIVE

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Wisdom’s Benefits, Part 2
We’re continuing with our Wisdom Calling series this morning and we’ll be looking at the first eight verses of chapter three. If you noticed my uncreative title, let me explain. This chapter is really a continuation of what Brian walked us through last week in ...
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Wisdom’s Benefits
God is the origin and source of wisdom and affectionate reverence opens the valve allowing wisdom to flow into our lives. However, the “fear of the Lord”—affectionate reverence—is only the beginning…because wisdom must be implemented to be activated. Remember wisdom by itself is unwise. You ...
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Wisdom's Calls
This morning we are stepping into a 5-Week series in the book of Proverbs. Our text for today is Proverbs 1:20-33. Wisdom is personified as a woman who calls out in the most obvious places possible to all who will listen to her. And she has ...
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Resolved
We are wrapping up our Daniel Series together. It has been such a timely journey through this amazing book. And today I want to try and squeeze out some final nectar for us to teach us and inspire us. Today I want to focus on the ...
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Easter Sunday // How Easter Impacts You
Easter, as many of you are aware, celebrates the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth from the dead. A lot of people say, “I believe in the resurrection; I’m just not sure what it means for me.” So, here’s what I want to do in my ...
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Good Friday // Finished
Welcome to our Good Friday service. This afternoon, we will take time to remember what Christ did on our behalf in two ways. First, by reflecting on the scriptures’ account of Jesus’ work on the cross, and secondly, by doing what Jesus told us to ...
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God is in Control
Today in our series on Daniel, we will be covering the last three chapters. While that may seem like a lot, it is essential to note that these last three chapters contain one long narrative. This narrative breaks into three movements. The first movement is ...
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The Prophetic Timetable of Daniel
Daniel has been receiving visions about God’s plan for humankind in the end of the age. In Daniel 9, he receives some defining events which help us understand some big picture sequencing on what is going to take place and things to look for as ...
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Understanding the Times
Christians need to be prepared for difficult cultural conversations such as Critical Race Theory, Gender Identity, and Suicide. Join us for a Live Studio Conversation to learn from compassionate experts to think Biblically and Understand the Times ...
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Better
Daniel’s vision in chapter 8 comes two years after the dream in chapter 7. Much like the dream that precedes this chapter, Daniels's vision is prophetic, and it contains animals that represent kingdoms and horns that represent kings. In fact, this vision is focused on ...
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The Empires of God’s Prophetic Plan
Today, in Daniel 7, I want to look at a dream Daniel had that has different elements, but they represent the same realities as Nebuchadnezzar’s dream in chapter 2. I want to review these two dreams with you and then overlay a passage from the ...
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Surviving the Lions
Coming back to this story of Daniel in the lion's den as an adult has been a lot of fun because I realized that Daniel’s one night in the lion’s den is the capstone experience to his lifetime of survival in a hostile and dangerous ...
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The Collision of Pride
Between chapters four and five, twenty-three years have passed. King Nebby has repented, and shortly after he dies, a series of sons and sons-in-law have taken the throne. After some assassinations, many scholars now recognize Nebuchadnezzar’s grandson Belshazzar is ruling, and Belshazzar likes to party ...
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Pride Poisons; Humility Heals
Today’s story reminds us that despite appearances; our God is in control and he…and he alone…will bring low even the most high and haughty, he can humble even the most prideful—those who appear to be getting away with living a godless life. Our story starts ...
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God Alone Saves
So far from Daniel chapter 1 we learned, “Despite Appearances, God is in Control.” In chapter two God made known his great wisdom exceeds all others. And today in our story, he will make known his unmatched power. No other god is like our God ...
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God Alone Saves
There are times when it might seem the world is falling apart.  You don’t know what tomorrow holds.  This is where Daniel was… but God meets him right in his confusion, and God gives Daniel everything he needs to serve His purposes. Take note, believer ...
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Despite Appearances; God is in Control
Today we start a new series of messages from the book of Daniel. Daniel takes place at a time when the people of Israel are exiled Babylon. And like many of us in these days, they were asking: Where is all this going? When is ...
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From Fear to Trust
What many people don’t realize is, how we manage our money is one of the most spiritual things about us. It indicates more poignantly than almost any other area of our life, where our trust and dependence lie.  Do we trust in our stuff, or ...
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From Craving to Contentment
Of all the reclamation projects that Jesus leads Christians through, often transforming how we manage our financial resources is perhaps the most difficult transformation we undergo. This week I want us to consider another aspect of the stewardship transformation that needs to occur in you and ...
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From Idolatry to Exclusive Love for God
Stewardship Transformations are some of the most difficult and most important transformations Christians are called to go through. Today, I want to talk about why that is, as well as cover one aspect of this transformation that the Bible addresses; that is, to become a faithful ...
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A Reclaimed Identity
Today, I don’t want to talk about some “resolutions.” I don’t want to talk about some small changes. Instead, I want to look at what God has to say about the complete transformation of a life ...
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The Gospel Reclaiming You
The Gospel, most of us know, is the good, great, amazing news that Christ was born, lived perfectly, became the perfect sacrifice to take the penalty of our sins and offers salvation to those who put their faith in them.  The cool thing is, that ...
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Christmas Eve Service
Join us for our Christmas Eve service as we celebrate the birth of Jesus together! ...
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Persistent Proclamation Required
Today we step into a section of Romans—Chapters 9-11—where the focus is on the Jewish people and how they process this gospel of justification by faith alone. Paul is concerned for his Jewish brothers and sisters because the majority of them have failed to respond ...
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