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The God Who Judges Sin

Original Date: 
Sunday, July 20, 2014

Genesis 19 The God Who Judges Sin

A Tough Passage to Read
Our Scripture passage this morning is a difficult one to read in a worship service. It is not a nice story. I even debated whether I should read it this morning, but decided that it is in the Bible, and if you have read it, you probably have questions about it, so I can’t pretend it’s not there.

This Is How You Are Saved

Original Date: 
Sunday, February 3, 2013

Titus 3:1-8 The Good Life: This is How You Are Saved

Paul’s Story
He was a very smart man. Some say one of the smartest men in history. He received an intensive education.

He was born in a foreign city but was brought to the capital of his parents’ homeland to be raised. He was a patriot. As zealous for the laws and traditions of his people as anybody has ever been.

And he was filled with hate. Hatred for anything new. Hatred for anything that might threaten the way he saw the world.

Christ Came For Truth

Original Date: 
Sunday, December 23, 2012

John 18:37 A Stable Influence: Jesus Came For Truth

Two Scenes
The scenes could not be more different.

In one, the setting is a rustic stable. A crude home for livestock, filled with foul odors and musty straw. In the other, the setting is a Roman palace, with marble colonnades and fluttering imperial banners.

More Than Enough

Original Date: 
Sunday, December 30, 2012

Mark 6:32-44 More Than Enough

Only One Riot
I know about the Texas Rangers—the police force, not the baseball team—for basically two reasons: The Lone Ranger, and Walker, Texas Ranger. Both shows portrayed the Rangers as larger than life, super capable heroes. If just one ranger were present, any situation was under control.