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Sermon, December 13, 2020

The Ancient of Days

We continue our series of sermons for Advent, this being the third. And I’ll again remind us all that the goal of these particular sermons is to take a look at the whole story this Advent season, not just the Christmas one, to look at the grand sweep of history as it was planned and where we are in it. We are looking back at the first Advent of Christ, and we are looking forward to the second.

Sermon, December 6, 2020

The Promise

We continue our four-week series of Advent sermons today with on this, the second Sunday of Advent. And like I said in the sermon last week, in this series I hope to not treat Advent like just a four-week lead-up to Christmas, and instead broaden our focus to the entire story, the whole story of the two Advents of Christ, the one two thousand years ago and the one yet to come. Because there is a broad story here, planned from the very beginning before any of this happened. Both Advents are part of that great story of history.

Sermon, November 29, 2020

The Light Is Coming

Well, the decorations are hung, the first candle is lit, we’ve all eaten plenty of food this week (I know I have), so it must be Advent! I decided to take a break from our study of John and do a series of four Advent messages, but you’ll notice, we are still in John. You may not remember, but last year I was going to do the same thing while we were studying Philippians, but then when Advent rolled around, we happened to reach a spot in the text that was really perfect for Advent messages, so we just stayed there.

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Sun. 1/17
Living Waters

We turn this morning again to the gospel of John. We’ve finished with chapter 3, one of the most often-quoted chapters of scripture in the entire bible, and it is remarkable what we’ve uncovered so far.

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Sun. 1/10
Too High to Comprehend, Yet So Simple

We have the joy again this morning of coming to God’s Word. To open it, to read it, to study it, to unfold the truths that it has for us, and to apply it to our lives. It’s been another tough week in our lives as a nation, thinking especially about goings-on at the national political level.

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On Celebrity

Happy New Year to everyone! I want to thank you for allowing me the time to be gone last week. I was a little disappointed to spend so much planned time off as a healthy person in quarantine, but alas, these are the times we live in!

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