A Vision of the Glory of God

People are asking where God was when hurricane Harvey hit.  God’s power and character are not diminished by events on earth.  Rulers and nations come and go but God remains sovereign.  In Isaiah 6, God reminds Isaiah that no matter how bleak the circumstances He was still on the throne.

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The Pivotal Miracle

The feeding of the five thousand-the only miracle of Jesus that is recorded in every Gospel!  This real life story holds some powerful lessons: -Jesus meets the needs of people through His disciples. -We can choose obedience even when our faith is small. -There are no insignificant offerings when brought to Jesus.

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Blindness and Sight

God chose to use different forms of language to communicate His revelation in scripture. There is poetry, historical narrative, wisdom literature, prophetic literature, hymnody in the Psalms, the four Gospels, and the letters of the New Testament. God gave us this variety which indicates His sovereign knowledge of what we need. This week we are considering […]

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Satan Unmasked

Satan is a person not just a personification of evil.  Satan and his angels are created spirit beings. Satan through pride led a rebellion against God and it appears that a third of the holy angels followed him.   They are behind the world system of every nation and culture. Paul identifies Satan as “the […]

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The Miracle by the Pool

Jesus says in Matthew 10:37-39, “He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me. He who finds his […]

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Man’s Greatest Need

What is man’s greatest need? Many in our culture would answer that man’s greatest need is education. Give a person a good education, and they will become a productive member of society. Others would say that man’s greatest need is prosperity. Give people material goods, and they will live good lives. Some would argue that […]

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