• Let your Conscience be your Guide

    Many Americans are circling around in a moral fog, with no idea which direction to go. Most of the advice you find in magazines or


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  • The Door

    Jesus used what was near and what was known to illustrate things. He took ordinary bread and declared Himself to be the extraordinary Bread of Life. Remember at the Feast of Tabernacles in John 7


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  • God Moves in Mysterious Way

    In our series, TRUTH or Tradition we’ve been studying popular sayings people think are in the Bible–but they aren’t. This morning we will examine another


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  • Choosing Sight

    The blind man saw, because he knew he was blind and was obedient to Christ. The Pharisees were stone-blind to the world Jesus opened to them, because they


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  • God wants me to be Happy

    “God cares about every detail in your life.” Our God is all-knowing, all-seeing, and always present. He DOES care about the intricacies of our relationships,


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  • Seeing is Believing

    The Holy Spirit is at work illuminating, helping you to see what God has done, is doing, and wants to do in your life. Most of you have accepted Jesus Christ as your savior.


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  • It doesn’t matter what I believe, as long as I’m sincere

    In our series, TRUTH or Tradition we have examined many popular sayings that are attributed to the Bible. The danger is some of these, though


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  • A Picture of Salvation

    We began the ninth chapter of the gospel of John. It not only contains the account of a blind man’s healing by Jesus, but it is also an illustration of salvation. This chapter


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  • Money is the Root of all Evil

    In our series, TRUTH or Tradition we have addressed some tough and more popular misquotes. “God helps those who help themselves” and “God won’t put


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  • As Jesus Passed By

    On the streets of our city, in the space of this room, beneath the dirt of the cemetery down the road, there are wasted, broken


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