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Jan 16, 2022
Depending on God in Your Daily Life
Series: Psalm 119
Try as we might to be independent, we all need help.  On every level, we are dependent on God for our daily existence, and we need to look to Him for help in every circumstance. 
 
In Psalm 119:17-24, the psalmist does 3 things:  first, he prayerfully clarifies our dependence on God for everything in life.  Secondly, he contrasts the desires of those who long for obedience with those who pridefully and willfully continue in disobedience to the Lord.  Finally, he cries out to God for deliverance from difficult times and difficult people.
 
When we face difficult times, we need to look to God and His Word for deliverance.
 
 
Psalm 119:17-24
Jan. 16, 2022
 
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  • Jan 16, 2022Depending on God in Your Daily Life
    Jan 16, 2022
    Depending on God in Your Daily Life
    Series: Psalm 119
    Try as we might to be independent, we all need help.  On every level, we are dependent on God for our daily existence, and we need to look to Him for help in every circumstance. 
     
    In Psalm 119:17-24, the psalmist does 3 things:  first, he prayerfully clarifies our dependence on God for everything in life.  Secondly, he contrasts the desires of those who long for obedience with those who pridefully and willfully continue in disobedience to the Lord.  Finally, he cries out to God for deliverance from difficult times and difficult people.
     
    When we face difficult times, we need to look to God and His Word for deliverance.
     
     
    Psalm 119:17-24
    Jan. 16, 2022
     
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  • Jan 9, 2022Better Than 99.44% Purity
    Jan 9, 2022
    Better Than 99.44% Purity
    Series: Psalm 119
    God wants to help us to become 100% pure.  In Psalm 119:9-16 we are presented with a basic ingredients list for personal purity.  The 1st ingredient is The Right Attitude – we have to recognize the struggle we face to be pure, and remember that God is our help.  The 2nd ingredient is The Right Source – if we’re going to be pure, we need to go to the One who designed & defined purity – God Himself.  The 3rd ingredient is The Right Response – to be pure requires us not only to know what to do, but to actually do it!
     
    Personal purity can be ours if we make obedience to God and His Word our priority.
     
     
    Psalm 119:9-16
    Jan. 9, 2022
     
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  • Jan 2, 2022Walking According to the Word
    Jan 2, 2022
    Walking According to the Word
    Series: Psalm 119
    When it comes to instructions, we always have 2 choices – we can either obey them, or disregard them.  Obeying God’s instructions is the primary idea that is conveyed through the longest chapter in the Bible. 
     
    As we dive into a study in Psalm 119, we'll start with a little background to this wonderful Psalm.  Then we’ll look at 3 things in the 1st section of 8 verses:  we’ll see the Benefits of Obedience, we’ll look at God’s Perspective on the Priority of Obedience, and finally, we’ll consider what ought to be Our Prayer for Perseverance in Obedience.
     
    Let’s make a lifestyle out of obedience to the Lord.
     
     
    Psalm 119:1-8
    Jan. 2, 2022
     
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  • Dec 26, 2021Wise Men & Women Still Seek Him
    Dec 26, 2021
    Wise Men & Women Still Seek Him
    Series: Christmas
    Looking at the story of the wise men’s visit to Jesus and His parents we find 3 primary groups or individuals involved in our story.  After taking a look at each of these 3, we’ll consider a 4th person (the most important character in the story), then finally, we’ll examine the 3 kinds of responses to Christ’s birth as portrayed in the story.
     
    Wise men & women still seek Him – Be a Modern Day Magi.
     
     
    Matthew 2:1-12
    Dec. 26, 2021
     
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  • Dec 19, 2021Humble Beginnings
    Dec 19, 2021
    Humble Beginnings
    Series: Christmas
    This morning, we’re going to look at a familiar Christmas passage – one which gives us some of the few details about the birth of Christ.  We’ll take some time to look at His humble beginning together.  Usually, that’s where things leave off – with little baby Jesus in the manger.  I want us to go further.  You see, it wasn’t just Jesus’ beginning that was humble, but His entire earthly ministry as well.  We are called to that same sort of humility in our lives.  Before we finish, I want us to look forward somewhat.  You see, Jesus’ beginning was humble and almost went without notice, but His return is going to be quite the opposite – it’s going to be spectacular!
     
    God sent His Son to be our Savior.
     
     
    Luke 2:1-7
    Dec. 19, 2021
     
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  • Dec 12, 2021Living as Conquerors
    Dec 12, 2021
    Living as Conquerors
    Series: Romans
    Paul closes Romans 8 seeking to assure Christians of their salvation.  He tells us in complete confidence that “God is for us.”  But, that necessitates us asking a preliminary question, "Are you for God?"  If you are, then these words of Paul give you 4 reasons to believe that God is for you: 1) God has already given us the greatest gift; 2) God has already declared us “not guilty;” 3) Christ is constantly praying for us; 4) Christ won’t let anything separate us from His love.
    Once we are in His care, it is impossible to be separated from Christ.
    Romans 8:31-39
    Dec. 12, 2021
     
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  • Dec 5, 2021Crucial Wisdom for the Christian Life
    Dec 5, 2021
    Crucial Wisdom for the Christian Life
    Series: Romans
    We can seek 'wisdom' from a variety of sources. Wise sayings can be found in books and on bumper stickers. People point to the wisdom of everyone from college professors to cowboys, from doctors to dogs. Yet, for all that wisdom out there, the most important truths and the greatest wisdom is found only in the pages of Scripture.
     
    In Rom. 8:26-30, Paul highlights 5 different ways in which God desires to give us wisdom for living this life. God gives us wisdom about our prayer life, about our problems in life, about His people’s lives, about His purpose for our lives, and about His process for transforming our lives.
     
    God’s plans for us fully provide for our promised future.
     
     
    Romans 8:26-30
    Dec. 5, 2021
     
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  • Nov 28, 2021The Blessing of Hope
    Nov 28, 2021
    The Blessing of Hope
    Series: Romans
    The Apostle Paul was no stranger to personal suffering.  Yet, as he brings us into this section of Romans 8, he is able to say that whatever present sufferings we may be going through, there is absolutely no comparison with the glorious future the Lord has planned for His followers.  Here Paul shows us three blessings: 1) We Have the Blessing of Future Glory, 2) We Have the Blessing of Full Redemption, and 3) We Have the Blessing of Faith Rewarded.
     
    The blessing of God’s future plans for us is bigger than the pain of our present sufferings.
     
     
    Romans 8:18-25
    Nov. 28, 2021
     
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  • Nov 21, 2021Finding a New Forever Family
    Nov 21, 2021
    Finding a New Forever Family
    Series: Romans
    God adopts us into His family by faith, and leads us by His Spirit to leave behind life in the flesh.
     
     
    Romans 8:12-17
    Nov. 21, 2021
     
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  • Nov 14, 2021What’s in Your Head?
    Nov 14, 2021
    What’s in Your Head?
    Series: Romans
    In Romans 8:5-11, Paul highlights 2 things: First, that our mindset matters – it reveals the truth about our nature, it makes an eternal difference, and it unmasks our attitude toward God.  Secondly, Paul explains that the Spirit in us means life for us – he helps us understand the Spirit’s identity, and identifies seemingly conditional consequences.  Along the way, we find help in dealing with doubts.
     
    Set your mind on the Spirit’s leading and find life in Christ.
     
     
    Romans 8:5-11
    Nov. 14, 2021
     
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