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Pastor Marcus continutes the All Things New series with a message on A New Humanity. Paul says that those who were once divided & cut off are now brought in and made members of the same family & citizenship. What does this new humanity, built on the teaching of the apostles and lordship of Jesus do? Listen now.…
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The prophet Jeremiah promises God’s people that one day God will make a new covenant. In this new covenant they will find security, freedom, intimacy, and grace. When we look the risen Christ’s finished work we see that is exactly what we receive in the new covenant by the power of the Spirit.Pastor Gabe Kasper による
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After the wall around Jerusalem is completed the people of Israel gather at the city gate and hear from God’s Word. At first the law convicts them of their failure before God, but as God’s Word continues to work on their hearts they go home rejoicing in the deliverance of their God. In the same way, we don’t always receive God’s Word as we ought to…
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The restoration that our world needs, that you and I need, is in this Jesus. He has come into the world for you. He went to the cross & died for you. He rose again for you. Jesus has come to restore you so that you might live with God’s help free from fear and reflect this Jesus to the world.
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As Nehemiah and his crew begin rebuilding the walls of the Jerusalem they encounter opposition. But, we see in Nehemiah’s leadership that they are prepared to continue to build as they find their refuge in the Lord. In the same way we are called to defend ourselves agains the lies of the enemy and find our refuge in Christ’s ultimate victory over a…
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Pastor Marcus concludes the Ancient/Future sermon series with this message, Yesterday/Day. You don’t have to live in your strength. You don’t have to muster up the effort to prove yourself. God is working in you and through you. There is nothing he will ask of you that he will not accomplish in you. The invitation is to surrender. Surrender your li…
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As the author of Hebrews invites us to find endurance to follow Jesus in the lives of the saints who have gone before us, we have the opportunity to hear from our sister in Christ, Yarimar Cherney, share about how she follows Jesus in her role as executive director of Family Life Services. As we dig into our text and hear from Yari, we are ultimate…
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Doesn’t matter who we are or what we believe we can’t help but recognize that we live in a moral universe. This means we can’t help but have to deal with our own moral failings and feelings of guilt. The author of Hebrews recognizes this and insists that the way to deal with it is not through self-justification, but through trust in the new covenan…
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In his final letter to the 7 churches in Asia Minor, Jesus calls the church of Laodicea to repent of being lukewarm and pursue him with zeal. He invites to not be distracted by the riches and accolades of the world but to zealously grab hold of the spiritual power found in relationship with him.
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As Jesus speaks to the church in Philadelphia he reminds them of his authority, sends them on his mission, and gives them a hope for the future. In this sermon, Pastor Gabe encourages us to live under Jesus’ authority as we pursue his mission and look to eternity with God.
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In the letter to the church in Smyrna, Jesus acknowledges their suffering and their poverty, and in the midst of that he calls them to not be afraid but instead remain rooted in his love and be faithful unto death that the may receive the crown of life. We, too, are challenged to hold fast to Jesus’ love in the face of fear as we take hope in our r…
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Not only does calling him the Christ mean worshiping him as the crucified one. It means taking up a cross and suffering with him. What is preventing you from taking up the call to carry your cross and following after Jesus? What are you trying to gain? Protect? Avoid? Who are you trying to impress or appease? Is it worth it?…
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Jesus brought about an ethical revolution that has shaped our world so throughly that in, some ways, we are blind to it. And yet, his command for us to love others remains a constant challenge, it is only in first resting in the love he has shown us that we can extend the goodness of his love to others.…
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In the lives and deaths of Perpetua and Felicity we see two women who did not settle for shallow answers in life, but lived in light of a deeper reality, who they were in Christ. May we too embrace a Spirit of adoption, a vision of glory, and hope that triumphs in the face of despair.
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Today we launch our first summer sermon series Dead Guy Summer with a message on a heroes of the faith, featuring Basil. Today is also Pentecost Sunday. The same Spirit that was present at Pentecost pointing men and women to Jesus is present in and through the Word, pointing you to Jesus. Because Jesus is the salvation of the world. Jesus is our re…
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