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- November 4, 2012
Death Where is Your Victory?... As we celebrate All Saints Sunday we remember that as children of God our lives are meant for eternity. God has written eternity on the human heart. Our home is not here! Our home is in heaven! We recall the great gift of the one who gave his life on the cross so that... when we come to the end of our time here in this world, we will be able to see through death to life everlasting... so that... when we come to stand at the grave side of a loved one, we are able to know that death has lost its sting and the grave has lost its victory; it has been swallowed up in the victory of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on the cross.
Luke 23:32-43 (NLT)
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- October 28, 2012
You Don't Need a Resume... Nicodemus was a good man; a wealthy Pharisee who loved God and honored him by keeping the religious law. But Jesus says this is not what God wants from us. The heart of the matter is a matter of the heart. God recreates us spiritually. In our new birth God remakes our souls and gives us what we need...new eyes so we can see by faith...a new mind so we can have the mind of Christ...a new strength so we won't grow tired...a new vision so we won't lose heart...a new voice for praise...and new hands for service. Most of all a new heart. A heart that has been cleansed by Christ. This rebirth is an ongoing action....it is a process....it is a road to walk...a path you take.
John 3:1-12 (NLT)
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- October 21, 2012
A Second Chance God... The real hero of Peter's story isn't Peter, it's Jesus. And that's good news for all of us. We are talking about failure... a failure so shocking that we still talk about it 2000 years later. There are 2 parts to Peter's story... his three-fold denial the night Jesus was arrested and how Christ forgave and restored him. The first part depends wholly on Peter, the second wholly on Jesus. Peter was in charge of his own failure. Christ took charge of restoring him. Behind this story lies a wonderful, liberating, hope-filled truth: failure is an event, not a destiny. It is better to be a follower who fails than a follower who fails to follow.
Matthew 26:30-35, 69-75 (NLT)