Certainty – 09-18-2022
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Certainty – 09-18-2022

Life is full of unknowns, but it is also full of certainty. I don’t know who will win the Super Bowl, but you can be certain I will be cheering for the Chiefs; I don’t know when Gloria and I will indulge in ice cream again, but you can be certain it will be Cold...

Entering the Kingdom – 09-11-2022
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Entering the Kingdom – 09-11-2022

With the end of summer of course, comes “Back to School”! Speaking of which, most teachers will tell you that one obstacle to be overcome as the students return is that of forgetfulness; all of us are prone to forget things not relied upon regularly, and this applies to education and learning as much as anything...

Amazing Grace
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Amazing Grace

The hymn “Amazing Grace” was written by John Newton, and it was a response to goodness of God’s grace on a man who recognized he was not worthy of God’s mercy and grace. John Newton’s mother was a Puritan and a godly woman, however, she died when he was just 7 years old. John raised...

Come to the Waters of Grace
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Come to the Waters of Grace

This week our sermon will take us to 2 Kings 5:1-14 and the account of Naaman, a leading general in the Syrian army who was stricken with leprosy. He is instructed to go and wash in the waters of the Jordan River, and from this account we will discern some wonderful truths as we consider...

Growing Old With Grace
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Growing Old With Grace

Like it or not, the reality is that every day we find ourselves growing older. The hands of time are something that all of us must reckon with, and this truth necessarily raises an important question: how can we grow older in grace and continue to serve our Lord? That question is one which the...

Christianity on the Move: Great Grace
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Christianity on the Move: Great Grace

Knowing the value of something will affect our care and responsibility towards the object. With the recent opening of pheasant season, I am always drawn back to the fond memory of my first shotgun purchase. How I recall as a 12-year-old boy who mowed yards and picked rocks to save up for an Ithaca 12...

Parable of the Vineyard: Scandalous Grace
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Parable of the Vineyard: Scandalous Grace

Have you ever found yourself in a situation in which you believe you were unfairly treated? I suspect all of us have at some point of our lives, and hence this teaching is good medicine for us. We will look at Matthew 20:1-16 and the Parable of the Vineyard Workers where a group of laborers...