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The Role of Crisis in a Christian’s Life

When a Christian faces a crisis it should serve the purpose of drawing closer to God.  However, a crisis should not be the only catalyst for strengthening that relationship.  The Passover shows us this.

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Believe Also in Me

In times of confusion and distress, we understandably turn to Scripture to find direction and peace.  Jesus told His disciples that they should not let their hearts be troubled – easier said than done – and then told them, “You believe in God; believe also in Me.”...

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Acts of God

We often hear the term “act of God” inappropriately applied to unforeseen tragedies. But what about the acts of man, and the acts of Satan? It is critically important to understand how the acts of man and Satan have created the world’s problems, and how the...

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Keep Calm and Carry On

A slogan created to promote good morale, emerging from the Second World War, can serve as a useful reminder to Christians in times of trial.

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The Fear Vaccine

During times of crisis, especially on a world-wide scale, we can get caught up in uncertainty, fear, and even panic. God’s truth, His promises, and our relationship with Him gives us peace and hope in times of distress.

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Practice, Practice, Practice

It is very important that we understand the basic principles of Christianity. And it is very important that we put those principles into practice. The most basic key to Christianity is practice, practice, practice. We grow by doing.

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The Most Important Knowledge

Split-Sermon If you had been Jewish, living in Germany in the 1930s, there was knowledge, that if acted upon, could have saved your life. If we are God's "called out ones" living now, there is also knowledge He has given us that will save our lives...if we act...

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Don’t Judge Me…?

Split-Sermon Why is the phrase, "Don't judge me" so prevalent? What does it really mean? Should a Christian say it? What is the proper view of judgment for a Christian? The Bible gives instructions on the proper attitude and use of judgment.

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Why Did God Place Us Into the Church

Why Did God Place Us Into the Church

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Understanding Elisha and the She-Bears

Is this tragic event the action of a harsh and vindictive God of the Old Testament or of a thin-skinned, angry prophet? How are we to understand this event? Does it hold lessons for us today, more than 2,800 years later?

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