Christmas Eve

There’s a lot of talk in the church, and rightfully so, about the death of Jesus Christ, his atoning death in our place which is the source and wellspring of our salvation from sin. We wear crosses on our necks, and tell people “Jesus died for you.” This is good.

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The Steadfast, Perplexing Love of God

 Good morning, church.  Please go with me to the book of Luke, chapter 1. We’re in a season of the church calendar right now called advent, which is a time where we remember the waiting of the people of God for the incarnation of God with us, Immanuel, the

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A Joy Like Mourning

 Good morning, church. Please go with me to Psalm 126. We’re in a season of the church calendar right now called advent, which is a time where we remember the waiting of the people of God for the incarnation of God with us, Immanuel, the birth of Jesus Christ.

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The Peace of Christ

  Good morning, church. On this second week of advent, it seems particularly appropriate to say, grace and peace to you, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. During this season of advent, we wait together as a church, not for a new year, but for a new

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God, Our Light

 Good morning, church. Please go with me to the book of Psalms, Psalm 80. And with the rest of those who have led us into this season already, I want to welcome you to the season of advent, which is a time in the church calendar when we remember

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How Will You Build?

 Good morning, church. Please go with me to 2 Peter, chapter 3, and we’re going to start in v.14. You’ll notice, as you arrive at the passage, that this is the last section of Peter’s letters, and so this is the last sermon I’ll preach in this series through

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Orientation

 Good morning, church. Please go with me to the book of 2 Peter, and we’re going to start in chapter three, v.1. As you find the passage, you may notice: we are coming up on the end of this book, these two letter’s we’ve been studying for almost the

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The Way of False Teaching

  Good morning, church.  Please go with me to 2 Peter, chapter 2, and we’re going to start in v.17.  This week for me has been a strange one, recovering from the storm.  I’ve been up on countless roofs this week with a chainsaw.  When Annie told AJ, my five-year-old,

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The Lord Knows How to Rescue

 Good morning, church. I’m really glad to see each of you this morning. It’s been a rough week, I know, for those of us with homes and houses, worried about damage, and many of you, I know weathered the storm without any kind of protection. So for each of

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