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Sun, Jun 10, 2018
Passage: Job 19:25 & Job
Duration: 44 mins 23 secs
Job 19:25 is emblematic of the entire story of Job. Upon first glance, a clear message seems to be highlighted. But upon further review, contextual clues alter our understanding. Come explore the full story of Job and let it impact you in fresh ways.
Sun, Apr 22, 2018
Duration: 39 mins 8 secs
In 40-55, Isaiah paints God as a Saving King. 52-53 specify how He will save his people - or better yet - who will save his people. The Suffering Servant comes front-and-center as the key person who will deliver God's people. Both his character and his actions are surprising - and we discover how Jesus perfectly fits this Suffering Servant Savior description.
Sun, Apr 15, 2018
Passage: Isaiah 40 & Isaiah 44
Duration: 36 mins
Isaiah 40 marks a time-shift in the book of Isaiah. No longer are we dealing with messages to people facing the judgment of God via exile. Now the messages are for those people who've lived through the tumultuous Babylonian captivity. God wants his suffering people to know that he hasn't been defeated, hasn't abandoned them, and hasn't forgotten his promises. Isaiah 40 and 44 give us glimpses into God as the Saving King who offers us hope.
Sun, Dec 10, 2017
Passage: Micah 5 & Matthew 2
Duration: 20 mins 56 secs
Some of my best friends have been dead for hundreds of years. That sounds strange, I know, but I'm talking about the prophets. During these dark days, I relate to those faithful, suffering servants. I cling to hope because they did and because they offer promises of a coming King.
Sun, Dec 03, 2017
Passage: James 5:13-20
Duration: 39 mins 32 secs
James concludes his letter with this section on the importance of prayer for the Christian community. If our faith is working faith, it will make prayer a top priority.
Sun, Apr 09, 2017
Passage: Matthew 21
Duration: 32 mins 45 secs
From the halls of grade schools to the streets of suburban neighborhoods to the online superhighway, our culture craves popularity and fame. On the first Palm Sunday, Jesus showed that being loved by the masses isn't something his followers should be worried about. He remained steadfastly loyal to fulfilling his Father's mission. We are blessed because of that and we are instructed by his example as well.
Sun, Feb 15, 2015
Duration: 42 mins 25 secs
Hard times await, but for the people of God - the pain is worth the plunder.
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