Sermons

Jesus Teaches Us How To Take a Nap

Sunday June 23, 2024 Text: Mark 4:35-41 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Mark 4:35-41

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The God Who Sees

Sunday June 16, 2024 Text: Psalm 1:1-6 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Psalm 1:1-6

What does it mean to be blessed? Abraham listened to his wife Sarah and lay with her maid Hagar. When Hagar had a son, she became haughty towards Sarah. Sarah in turn “treated her harshly.” Hagar took her son and fled into the wilderness. This is the result of sin. This is what sin does,

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God’s Mercy Doesn’t Break

Sunday June 9, 2024 Text: Mark 3:20-30 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Mark 3:20-30

How far can your kids stretch your patience before it breaks? Imagine your child standing there with a plastic bat tapping it against your head, dad, dad, dad, dad . . . How long until you lose patience? Our text today talks about God’s patience. Jesus warns us just how far God’s patience will last.

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Live In The Fear of the Lord

Sunday June 2, 2024 Text: Proverbs 9:10-12 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Proverbs 9:10-12

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. I saw a YouTube clip a few weeks ago where six people were asked to rank themselves according to IQ, then they were given a quick little test. Among them was a lady with a couple PhDs. Although she put herself near the top, the

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The Beauty of His Holiness

Sunday May 26, 2024 Text: Psalm 29:1-11 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Psalm 29:1-11

Psalm 29 – Worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness. We desire that which is beautiful. We desire to be beautiful, and we desire to have beautiful things. In our Psalm, David reminds us that which is truly beautiful is that which is holy. This holiness is not the pompous holiness of those who

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Funeral of Kent Quade

Thursday May 23, 2024 Text: 1 timothy 6:12 Speaker: Passages: 1 timothy 6:12

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How Are We To Use This Gift?

Sunday May 19, 2024 Text: John 15:26-27; John 16:1-15 Speaker: Festival: Passages: John 15:26-27; John 16:1-15

15: 26-27 If your kids unwrap their birthday or their Christmas present and find inside the box a note saying, “All my love,” they will likely be very disappointed. Even though they know that to be a very great gift they still want something that they can play with. In the same way today, Jesus

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Follow the Lord, He Will Build Your House

Sunday May 12, 2024 Text: 2 samuel 7:1-5,8-9,12-16 Speaker: Festival: Passages: 2 samuel 7:1-5,8-9,12-16

If you find yourself out on the road in snowstorm behind a snowplow, it is a good idea to stay behind the snowplow. Behind the snowplow is safe. It doesn’t matter how good you think your 4-wheel drive is, you’re still better off behind the snowplow. Last winter there was a video online of a

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Excited For Our Candidate

Thursday May 9, 2024 Text: Psalm 47:5-8 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Psalm 47:5-8

There’s not that much excitement this year about the presidential elections. There is a lot of anger, a lot of pessimism, a lot of division but very little excitement. Except in our text. The writer of psalm 47 is a guy who is excited about his candidate. The Lord has ascended with shouts of joy.

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Your life is the Lord’s. Rise up and live for Him.

Sunday May 5, 2024 Text: Micah 6:6-8 Speaker: Festival: Passages: Micah 6:6-8

So, what about all the violence tyrannizing college campuses? Not everyone involved has the same philosophy but one philosophy is prominent in the violence, disruption, and destruction of property. The battle cry of, “My life is my own; I will rise up for my view of justice.” It even claims some moral principles: “Every life

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