Monthly Archives: April 2012

Passing on the Faith [Exodus Pt. 12]

How important is it, for we who have trusted Christ, to pass our faith on to the next generation? That should be a “no-brainer.” More importantly, how well are we doing at it? Passing On the Faith – SERMON AUDIO … Continue reading

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The Second Commandment [ Westminster Shorter Catechism Q 49-51]

What is the standard for worshiping God? Certainly, there must be one! Is it how I feel about it that is most important; what makes me comfortable? Is it what others are doing or have done throughout the ages? God … Continue reading

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He Has Done This [A Resurrection Day Meditation from Psalm 22]

Sometimes God’s people are a bit thickheaded! But God is patient and thorough as He tells us what He will do.  CASE IN POINT; THE CRUCIFIXION. This was not an unintended event, nor was it an unannounced event. God foretold … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Crisis! [Maundy Thrusday]

We all face crises. What is it that gets us through them? As Jesus sat at the table with His Disciples, He was looking ahead to the impending doom of His death on the Cross. He knew that it was … Continue reading

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Triumph, Tragedy and Truth [Palm Sunday]

I am sure it must seem strange to some that, we as Christians, make a big deal out of the day that Jesus ascended to Jerusalem that He might descend to the grave.  There is a far greater tragedy than … Continue reading

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