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Be Still and Know, Part 2

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Psalm 46 shows us that God created all of us with the need to be still and know that He is God and we are not. ...

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Be Still and Know, Part 1

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We're all busy. We need rest. Psalm 46 helps us find true rest by answering two big questions: Who is God? And what is our response? ...

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A Concise Background to Ezra/Nehemiah


Ezra and Nehemiah is the last chapter of the Old Testament narrative ...

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God Provides for the Worship He Requires

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“And let each survivor, in whatever place he sojourns, be assisted by the men of his place with silver and gold, with goods and with beasts, besides freewill offerings for the house of God that is in Jerusalem.” ...

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What Difference Does the Resurrection Make?

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The resurrection is meant to be an immediate and constant source of joy and hope to the Christian. The empty tomb gives us meaning beyond the grave, and meaning brings hope...

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A Savior Who Forgives the Unforgivable


If we look at Luke 23, we see Jesus, Creator and Sustainer of the universe, wrongfully accused, tried, beaten, and now hanging on a Roman cross. If anything seems unforgivable, it is that offense. And yet, we hear Jesus on the cross pray, “Father forgive them, for they know not what they do.”...

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How to Pray Against Temptation


In the Lord's Prayer, Jesus teaches his disciples to pray, "lead us not into temptation" and near the end of his life, Jesus calls them to "pray that you may not enter into temptation." This should lead believers today to ask what temptation is, and how God uses prayer to combat it....

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Being a servant in a #mefirst culture


We live in a #mefirst culture. But lest we think the disciples who spent time with Jesus were any different, we see how on the last night of Jesus’s life with them before the cross, they begin to argue among themselves who is the greatest. Jesus takes the time to show them who is truly great, and what true greatness is....

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Is Jesus Worthy of Worship?


It’s not enough to be interested or intrigued by Jesus. We can’t stop at agreeing intellectually to some facts about who he is...

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Waiting and Working: Seeking First His Kingdom

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In Luke 12:22, Jesus is reminding us of our value to him, so much more than other things of creation. He provides for those other things, so why are we anxious about those things that we can’t ultimately control? Jesus concludes Luke 12 with the call, “Seek his kingdom, and these things will be added to you.” What does it mean to seek his kingdom? ...

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