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Why do we baptize people-- Because Jesus commanded us to. That's the simple answer. Baptism signifies a solemn admission into the visible church - Christ's Body. And it is a sign and a seal confirming the Lord's promises to us in the covenant of grace. It's not an automatic guarantee of salvation, but it does represent the fact that our sins have b…
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Jesus has given us a job to do, and it's not just to sit in a pew and keep our Christianity to ourselves. The Great Commission tells us to go and make disciples, proclaiming the good news of the Gospel message- Jesus died and rose again to save sinners- The scope of the Gospel is global- God's plan is for all the nations to praise Him and confess t…
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This passage - the Great Commission - is the heart of why the Church exists. Our Commander-in-Chief, Jesus Christ, has all authority- and if we want to become a His disciple, it means we're going to have to give up the things that we may like. To be Jesus' disciple means that the absolute foundation of everything is His authority. And in this autho…
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We cannot be deceived - God will not be mocked. In the days of Jonah, the Ninevites had repented. But we can't take for granted that the next generation will follow the ways of the Lord. Every generation has to repent of their own sins. --Have you become comfortable with your sins-- Are you following radical repentance-- Turn to Jesus and cling to …
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In our latest sermon, we explored Jonah 4, highlighting God's boundless compassion, mercy, and grace. We delved into Jonah's struggle with pride and his resistance to God's forgiveness for Nineveh. The sermon challenged us to reflect on our own need for humility, to embrace God's compassion, and to extend forgiveness to others. We were reminded tha…
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In Jonah 3 we explore God's command to Jonah to preach to Nineveh and the city's miraculous repentance. The Ninevites, from the greatest to the least, turn from their evil ways and seek God's mercy. This sermon emphasizes the power of obedience, repentance, and God's boundless compassion. Visit Sharon RPC for deeper biblical insights and inspiring …
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In both our physical and spiritual lives, we often want to be our own deliverer and the one who saves ourselves from our problems. But the golden thread throughout Scripture is that we're not our own hero. Jonah 2 reminds us that salvation is of the Lord. He sometimes puts us in hard, difficult situations so that we remember that He is still our Go…
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In the Book of Jonah, we are immediately confronted with two themes- God is sovereign, and His grace is for the whole world. He is relentless in His purposes and He shows mercy to those who don't deserve it. --This chapter shows us human weakness and God's holiness. Jonah was determined to flee from God's presence, which is always a futile attempt,…
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