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Empty Your Worry Wagon

Empty Your Worry Wagon

Empty Your Worry Wagon Matthew 6:24-34 You all probably know that Howard Hughes was one of the richest men who ever lived. Over the course of his lifetime, he accumulated billions of dollars. And you would think that someone with that kind of money would live a life...

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Don’t Waste a Crisis

Don’t Waste a Crisis

Politicians are famous for saying, “Never waste a crisis.” Usually referring to a short window of opportunity to quickly and effectively raise money for their campaigns or get their political agendas pushed through because people are consumed with something else. John...

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Modern Motherhood

Modern Motherhood

MODERN MOTHERHOOD (Mother’s Day 2020) Luke 1:26-38 Most of you are familiar with the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip. Well, on one Mother’s Day, Calvin is pictured making his mother a Mother’s Day card… “Dear Mom. How do I love you? Let me count the ways: One … Number...

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Trusting God in the Tough Times

Trusting God in the Tough Times

Habakkuk: When God Seems Unfair – Part 3 Habakkuk 3:1-19 This morning, we conclude our study of the book of Habakkuk. In just a little bit, we’ll be in chapter 3. But first, let me just briefly review where we’ve been for the past couple of weeks. Habakkuk was one of...

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Living by Faith

Living by Faith

Habakkuk: When God Seems Unfair – Part 2 Habakkuk 2:1-20 This morning, we continue in our study of the book of Habakkuk.  I would encourage you to grab your Bible or your electronic device and make your way to Habakkuk chapter 2. Last week, I told you that Habakkuk...

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Where are you God?

Where are you God?

Habakkuk: When God Seems Unfair – Part 1 Habakkuk 1:1-17   This morning, we begin a new study that will take us through the next couple of weeks.  If you have your Bibles, turn with me to the book of Habakkuk.  This may be a book that you aren’t very familiar...

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When the Storm Comes

When the Storm Comes

Several years ago I shared a two-part series on the storms of life. The first message was called, Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People? The second was, Why Do Good Things Happen to Bad People? (Go back and read that again.) I think most people worry about the...

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The Empty Tomb: A Place of Victory

The Empty Tomb: A Place of Victory

From the Upper Room to the Empty Tomb – Part 7 Matthew 28:1-10 Through the ages there have been many important victories won.  But today we celebrate absolutely the most important victory in all of history—the triumph of Jesus Christ over the grave.  It is the most...

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The Grave: A Place of Despair

The Grave: A Place of Despair

From the Upper Room to the Empty Tomb – Part 6 Matthew 27:57-66 The disciples were absolutely devastated.  They had really believed that Jesus of Nazareth was the Messiah.  They had seen Him perform incredible miracles.  They had been captivated by His irresistible...

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Why?

Why?

Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade, tells the story… “In Italy at the Milan Cathedral there are three inscriptions over the respective doorways. Over the right-hand door there is this motto: ‘All that pleases is but for a moment.’ Over the left-hand door the words...

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Golgotha: A Place of Atonement

Golgotha: A Place of Atonement

“GOLGOTHA: A PLACE OF ATONEMENT” From the Upper Room to the Empty Tomb – Part 5 Matthew 27:32-56 An article published recently by U.S. News & World Report stated that over the course of the past fifty years the three most identifiable symbols worldwide were as...

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Pilate’s Palace: A Place of Injustice

Pilate’s Palace: A Place of Injustice

“PILATE’S PALACE: A PLACE OF INJUSTICE”   From the Upper Room to the Empty Tomb – Part 4 Matthew 27:11-31   A recent edition of USA Today carried a headline that read: “Two Unjustly Jailed for Years Are Freed.”  The article read: “Two men who served...

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A Novel Romance

A Novel Romance

What’s love got to do with it? Apparently, nothing. It’s a love story more reminiscent of O.J. and Nicole than Romeo and Juliet. Even the police chief in Henderson, Texas, admitted, “It's the kind of case you would expect to see on a ‘Columbo’ episode.” An East Texas...

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