I Believe in the Father Almighty

We will be continuing in our series on the Apostles’ Creed this morning and I have the great privilege of preaching on one of the most amazing truths in all the Bible. That is that God is the Father Almighty Maker of Heaven and Earth. The Father Almighty. Matthew 6:9,...

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I Believe in God

Over the next few months, we are going to be worshiping and studying our way through the Apostle’s Creed. I believe that this study is going to be a corrective for us in a number of healthy ways. For starters, I think this is going to provide a helpful corrective...

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A Song for the Weary

Almost immediately, my heart was drawn to Psalm 42. We’re going to be reading both Psalm 42 and Psalm 43 today because they are widely considered to be one song – a song that could be appropriately titled: A song for the weary heart. Psalm 42-43

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We Will Not Be Shaken

I want to ask you a simple question: what do you think you need to hear at the start of this uncertain year? What do you think is it that God would want to assure you as you start this year? I am going to put forth that God would...

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God Is With Us

There is a terrible – but perhaps helpful – irony in the fact that we are being forced to spend Christmas Sunday apart. Christmas, of course, is the celebration of the incarnation. It is the celebration of the glorious fact that God came to dwell with us! It is the...

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God is Love

Next Sunday will be Christmas Sunday when we will come again to the manger to celebrate the incarnation. This advent season, we have been meditating on the attributes of God. Who is this glorious God that has come to dwell with us? We have seen that He is triune –...

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God is Holy

As we prepare our hearts again this year to marvel at the mystery of God with us, we are spending some time meditating on this question: Who is God? Revelation 4:1-11

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God is Triune

One of the things that I most appreciate about Christmas is that it forces us to stop and to focus on one of the most amazing things about our God. He is the God who is near. That’s what the word “Emmanuel” means – God with us. We often take...

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How to Keep First Things First

This morning we are going to be looking at a short but very important book of the Bible. It doesn’t get much airtime in our churches but as we will see this morning, it is of crucial importance and speaks specifically to the Church at this moment in history. Haggai...

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