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Sermons on “Jesus”

Teach Us to Pray

Why does it often seem like a struggle to pray? When we bow our heads before the Lord, we find ourselves so easily distracted. Life gets so busy, we allow days, maybe weeks, to pass without drawing near to our Savior. At times, our words feel so empty or repetitive. We long for a deeper prayer life, but were do we start? In the Gospel of Luke, the disciples made a request that resonates with us: “Teach us to pray.” He gives us a model that can guide us as we approach our Father in prayer.

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Rest Awhile

Life is demanding. Everyday we face new challenges. Our overloaded schedules leave us weary and depleted. Jesus teaches us to pursue a r

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A Hospital for the Healthy?

Can you imagine a hospital that only treated the healthy? What about a church that only welcomes those who are perfect? Jesus reminds us that there are no perfect people, we all need his grace and forgiveness. The church should be reaching out to broken and hurting people with the gospel.

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Messiah the Servant

Israel’s prophets anticipated the coming of Messiah, who would bring God’s salvation to this fallen world. Isaiah describes him as the Lord’s Servant, destined to live a life of terrible suffering. The Servant will pour out his life for the sake of others.

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The Gift of God’s Presence

As we enter the Christmas Season, we’ve been unwrapping some of the greatest gifts ever given. You cannot buy these gifts with money, or find them under the tree. They are given by God, through His Son Jesus Christ, received by faith.

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Grace Fills Us with Gratitude

We have been exploring practical ways the grace of God changes us, when we come to discover His unmerited favor in our lives. One of the first things we should notice in a person who experiences the blessings of God is overflowing gratitude. We see both an expression of thankfulness, and a lack of thankfulness in this week’s passage.

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2 & 3 John

The letters of 2 & 3 John are very brief, but contain some important instructions on showing hospitality, and being cautious of false teachers.

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1 John

Quite possibly one of the last books, in the New Testament, to be written, 1 John highlights the love of God shining forth in this world through His Son, Jesus Christ. Love is not merely an activity that He does, but God is love and proved it at the cross.

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