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To Tell the Truth

Lying appears to have become a fixed facet of human nature. The Ninth Commandment instructs us not to lie. Why do we lie? Is if acceptable to lie to spares another’s feelings? What does it mean to be a truth-teller?

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2 Peter, Part 3

Reviewing 2nd Peter 2:1 - 4

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Living Sacrifice

We discuss what it means to be a "living sacrifice" to God.  God wants more from us than physical sacrifice: He wants our hearts.

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Spiritual Monovision

In Matthew 6:33 Christ tells us to seek first the Kingdom of God, and His Righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. We will see how the analogy of having Spiritual Monovision can remind us of the importance of keeping one eye clearly focused on God’s...

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To This One Will I Look

Wouldn’t you like to be noticed by God? This afternoon we will examine 3 qualities found in Isaiah 66:2 that will cause God to take notice you.

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To Judge or Not to Judge

Society increasingly opposes the idea of making moral judgments. The Bible seems to support both sides. Which is it? To judge or not to judge?

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Conflict Resolution in Acts 15

What can we learn about conflict resolution from the early Church?  The resolution that came about in Acts 15 provides us several lessons we can use today.

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Do You Misuse God’s Name?

The Third Commandment instructs us about reverence for the name of God. In this sermon we’ll look at the obvious and not-so-obvious ways that God’s name might be misused.

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2nd Peter, Part 2

Reviewing 2nd Peter 1:12 - 21

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To Catch a Thief

The Eighth Commandment is straightforward and simple – You shall not steal. Are we sure that we completely understand this and apply this commandments to ourselves. Is it possible we might be a thief?

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