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For our next sermon on the Acts of the Apostles, Austin preaches about verses 14 to 41. After receiving the Holy Spirit the Apostles are radically changed. The same people who less than two months prior fled and abandoned Jesus are now proclaiming the Gospel in front of thousands of others. The Holy Spirit empowered them using Scripture to proclaim…
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We pick up where we left off last week in Acts 2:1-13, the arrival of the Holy Spirit. In the reading for the day, we once again find the apostles gathered together in prayer during the feast of Pentecost. Suddenly the Holy Spirit comes upon them like tongues of flame, gifting them the ability to speak in a multitude of languages. From this reading…
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In this week's sermon in the book of Acts, we read about the disciples' return to Jerusalem after Jesus' ascension. Rather than immediately going out to the nations to proclaim the Gospel, Jesus commands the apostles to remain in the city and to wait. As Christians, we often are called to wait for God's timing. But what does that mean? In his sermo…
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To kick off our series in Acts, Josh preaches through the first eleven verses of the book! What we see in our verses today is that through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, we are called to be witnesses. Josh lays out what it means to be a witness of the Gospel and what we are supposed to look like as a witness.…
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Before we kick off our sermon series in the book of Acts, we first take a week to study the Lord's prayer in Matthew 6:9-13. During Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches the crowd how they should pray to God. In today's sermon, Austin breaks down how this simple prayer teaches us so much about our relationship with God the Father and how we sho…
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For our last sermon in Psalm 51, Austin teaches us what it means to have a truly "broken and contrite heart." Sin has a cost. When David brings an offering to God for his sin, though, he doesn't bring a burnt offering. Instead, he brings a heart broken by what he has done. To be broken and repentant over our sin means acknowledging that we needed t…
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For our third sermon covering Psalm 51, Skyler teaches us the answer to the ultimate question: "What is the meaning of life?" For as long as humans have walked the earth we have wondered what possibly could be our place and purpose in the 80 short years that we have. But as David and Skyler point out in Psalm 51 life isn't about us. It's about God'…
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In the second sermon of our Psalm 51 series, we see a major shift from David's writing. As Austin points out in his sermon, David boldly asks God to look past his sin and blot out his transgression. Not only that David asks that the Spirit of God would fill him with joy! The question is, when we are confronted with our own sin, do we respond in the…
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We are kicking off a new series this week while we memorize Psalm 51 as a church! For our first sermon, Josh walks us through the first 6 verses of the psalm while giving us some context on why David is writing it. This comes at a point in David's life where he is confronted with the deepness of his sin by the prophet Nathan. In Nathan's confrontat…
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For this week's Heart of God sermon, Tom Rempel preaches through the book of Amos. Written to the northern kingdom of Israel shortly before their defeat by the Assyrians, Amos is a book of warning and woe to the people. God has seen how the nation has failed to remain faithful to Him once again, and He will now have His justice. But, He also promis…
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As we continue in our Heart of God series, we pick up today in the book of Joel. Being only three chapters long, Joel is one of the shorter books of the Old Testament, and when we see that it once again is a book of judgment against Israel, it can be easy to overlook. But as Skyler will show us, Joel contains a vital message about the coming of the…
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