Category Archives: Sermons

A sin by any other name…

No matter what the world, or the church for that matter, may call it, a sin is still a sin, the way of the world, though wide and easy, still leads to destruction, the way to life has a narrow … Continue reading

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What are you looking at?

Are you looking at what the world thinks of you, or what Jesus thinks?
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God’s Love Song

As I learn to delight myself in God, I find Him rejoicing over me! Continue reading

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In the Fullness of Time

In Paul’s condensed version of the Christmas story (Galatians 4:4-5) he uses a curious phrase, “In the fullness of time.”  I’ve often wondered about this. In the Greek, this word “fullness” suggests a completion, or the end of a period … Continue reading

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Wake Up

I hate waking up. I’ve had violent dreams about my alarm clock (used to anyway – don’t have one now).  One in particular – I dreamt I had fallen into a vat of snakes (think Indiana Jones), and the only … Continue reading

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The Tower of Babel and the PC(USA)

The Tower of Babel Watching the 2008 Olympic Games it is easy to see the rich diversity of God’s creation.  Many colors, many sizes, many shapes, many tongues.  One need look no further than the book of Genesis and the … Continue reading

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The Babe In the Manger

Luke 2:1-20 In those days a decree went out from Emperor Augustus that all the world should be registered.  This was the first registration and was taken while Quirinius was governor of Syria.  All went to their own towns to … Continue reading

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