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Get Dressed!

What does it mean to be “clothed in Christ”? This message is an encouragement to those who are redeemed to live the redeemed life! Continue reading

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Samson: The Bible’s “Incredible Hulk”

This entry is part 5 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Samson is the “Hulk” of the Bible. Of all the people listed in Hebrews 11 – he is the one who best fits the comic-book definition of a hero. However, beneath the stories of his incredible strength and power lies an incredible lesson that can apply to all of us. Continue reading

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Jacob: When God Prevails

This entry is part 12 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Jacob is man who’s life is proof of the power of God to change us from what we are to fulfilling the potential for what we can be in Christ… Continue reading

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The Case for Sincerity and Integrity

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Authentic Christianity

This message examines what it means to love God with all of your soul and all of your strength. Continue reading

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Sowing and Reaping

Now, while you may be able to acquire wealth without labor, or reverse the consequences of overeating, there?s at least one area of life where the law of sowing and reaping always applies. And that?s in our spiritual life. Our character, our relationship with God, our relationships with one another, these are ruled by the law of sowing and reaping. It?s part of the moral fabric of the universe. This law can?t be overturned by drinking vinegar; it can?t be repealed by a winning lottery ticket. It holds fast. And so the way of wisdom is not to war against it, but to understand it and live by it and benefit from it. Ignoring the law of sowing and reaping only leads to sorrow and regret. What we need to do is respond to it in a way that?s spiritually healthy and pleasing to God. Continue reading

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