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From the Pulpit Article: All Glory, Laud, and Honor

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All Glory, Laud, and Honor Luke 19:28-40 Holy Week, or Passion Week, is a customary time that churches set aside in the calendar year to focus our attention and gaze to the final days of our Lord and Savior's earthly life. Much emphasis, rightly so, is placed on Good Friday and subsequently Resurrection Sunday. However, these two days would not come before the initial ...

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From the Pulpit Article: Humbly Living, Lovingly Blessing

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What makes some churches similar but different from others? Anyone can agree not all churches are the same and their differences aren't just the type of music that is played. The most important factors that weigh the genuineness of a local church is it's commitment to the Gospel message and it's proclamation of it's savior: Jesus Christ. We currently live in an American...

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From the Pulpit Article: A Bulwark Never Failing

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A Bulwark Never Failing Psalm 46:1-3 "A mighty fortress is our God, a bulwork never failing, Our helper He amid the flood, of mortal ills prevailing." You may recognize this old song. You may not know that it is over five centuries old. Martin Luther penned this hymn during, likely, the most disastrous year of his life. By 1527 he had been through roughly over a decade...

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From the Pulpit Article: Faithfulness in Seeming Futility

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Faithfulness in Seeming Futility Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 Ecclesiastes is one of those obscure texts of the Bible we tend to not know what to do with.We either pass over it attempting to not notice it like old rubbage in our garage or we pass by it completely. Some may even cringe at the thought of reading certain passages because it seems so doom and gloom. However as one br...

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From the Pulpit Article: The Joy of Counting All as Loss

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The Joy of Counting All as Loss Philippians 3:4-11 We tend to think of life as a collection of moments.One moment happening after another, the life we live being merely a collection of those moments painted in a peculiar fashion as we display the canvas of our lives. Life, in many ways, is like this. There are times, however, when a brush stroke comes across the canvas o...

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From the Pulpit Article: All Other Ground is Sinking Sand

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All Other Ground is Sinking Sand Philippians 3:1-6 Do you consider that religion and faith are deeply concerned with your happiness? It might seem that for the multitude of church attendees the idea of happiness is not readily upon their mind as they walk into their weekly service. Duty and obligation typically act as our impetus for attending rather than the outflowing ...

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From the Pulpit Article: Gospel People. Gospel Community. Gospel Joy.

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Gospel People. Gospel Community. Gospel Joy. Acts 16:6-40 If you walk into any number of churches within the local area, what do you expect to find? A traditional service? Contemporary? Maybe a choir singing hymns out of dusty books or individuals peering up at bright lights and projector screens singing along to lyrics you've recently heard on the local radio station. W...

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