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What Did You Agree To?

Baptism is a covenant we make with God. What does that mean? What are the conditions? What is expected of us to "hold up our end" of the agreement?

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The Sin That is Not Forgiven

Committing sin brings the death penalty. One must repent of his or her sin to receive the gift of eternal life. If sin remains, it is not forgiven. If it is not forgiven, then the death penalty is incurred. It is God’s desire to forgive us of our...

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Tell the Whole Story

Split-Sermon It's easy to tell part of the story, the part that makes us look good, or makes someone else look bad.  But, without the whole story, we leave out parts that are necessary for understanding the end.  Christians must tell the whole story in order to...

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Passover Preparation: Repair the Temple

Split-Sermon Home renovation TV shows seem to be all the rage these days, yet renovation projects are nothing new. Surprisingly, a major renovation project undertaken by king Josiah over 2,600 years ago in Jerusalem turns out to provide useful guideposts to assist us in our preparations for Passover in the modern...

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Do We “See Our Calling?”

Paul makes a simple statement in his first letter to the Corinthian churches when he says “for you see your calling, brethren…” He was making a comparison for true Christians—that God chooses to show what He can do through humans who are willing to humble...

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Which World?

The scriptures tell us that we are called out of this world. God’s Kingdom is not yet here on earth—yet that is where our first allegiance and true citizenship should be. We know that means we have a job to do. What is it, and how...

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Shine a Light On the Darkness

Split-Sermon For thousands of years, human beings have spent the long, dark nights of the winter searching for more light and worshiping the light.  For Christians, these winter days are not a time to look for light in the sky, but a time to search for darkness...

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Do You Have a Conscience?

Split-Sermon The Bible speaks of a human conscience—basically, our own thoughts on what’s right and what’s wrong. But there is a higher standard of right and wrong. Are our consciences trained in that standard?

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What’s Your Top Priority?

You can find talk about “idols” all through the Bible—New and Old Testaments alike. What does that mean? Sounds like it’s talking about some ancient ignorant civilizations, not our modern, educated culture. Do the first two commandments still speak to us in the 21st...

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Real Hope

Our world doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in the future of humanity. Where does real, genuine, trustworthy hope come from? Where does it take us? How do we know we can depend on it? What does it ask of us?

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