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The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Aug 25, 2019
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20 mins 29 secs
As everyone gets ready for this new school year, we close our series on Jesus' parables in Matthew 13 by asking what it means to be a student of the Kingdom of God.
The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Aug 18, 2019
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20 mins 17 secs
While we tend to see judgment or deliverance, Jesus—like the prophets before him—speaks of judgment and deliverance. Where we stand with relation to God’s Kingdom determines what we see, hear, and understand.
The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Aug 11, 2019
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27 mins 8 secs
Mysterious, hidden, sowed, "encrypted" - the Kingdom can be hard for us to see. But when it arrives in its fullness, it’s impossible to miss.
The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Aug 04, 2019
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19 mins 23 secs
Mysterious, hidden, sowed, “encrypted” - the Kingdom can be hard for us to see. But when it arrives in its fullness, it’s impossible to miss.
The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Jul 28, 2019
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28 mins 34 secs
In the gospel of Matthew, Jesus teaches his disciples that despite its appearance, the kingdom of heaven will prevail over all other kingdoms.
The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Jul 21, 2019
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20 mins 50 secs
What does it mean to hear and understand the message of the Kingdom? “A sower went out to sow…"
The Kingdom is Like ...
Sun, Jul 14, 2019
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23 mins 7 secs
Jesus preaches the mysteries of the Kingdom of God. But how do you talk about a mystery?
Be Still
Sun, Jul 07, 2019
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19 mins 36 secs
There is silence, and there is silence. Silence can be quiet and peaceful and gently reassuring. Such, however, was not the case with Elijah.
Be Still
Sun, Jun 30, 2019
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19 mins 41 secs
It’s one thing to be still and trust God’s goodness from our easy chairs. But what about when we’re stuck between pharaoh’s army and the sea?
Be Still
Sun, Jun 23, 2019
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21 mins 35 secs
At Jesus’ baptism, a voice said, “You are my Son, the beloved; with you I am well pleased.” Not too long after, Jesus shows us that receiving God’s “Yes” means saying “No” to everything else.
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