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The Care and Feeding of the Christian Conscience

What is a conscience? David didn’t appear to have a conscience problem until he was confronted by Nathan. The world we live in is evil, but most seem to have no compunction or guilt about sin. How do we train our minds to be sensitive to sin and...

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Guardrails

Guardrails

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Slaves of Righteousness

Slaves of Righteousness

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In a Worthy Manner

Paul sternly warns against taking the Passover symbols in an unworthy manner. How can we determine whether we participate in the Passover worthily? How can we effectively examine ourselves in preparation for the Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread?

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Jesus Christ – Our Savior, Lord and Master

Grace and peace come to us through God and Jesus Christ. By His grace, God miraculously gave His Son to be our Savior. By His personal sacrifice, the Word became our Savior. We are purchased by His blood – He also our Lord and Master.

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Our Father in Heaven

Jesus taught His disciples to pray, beginning with the phrase “Our Father in heaven…” Who is He? What are His dominant characteristics? What is our personal relationship with Him? How do we relate to Him as a Father? Ultimatel the full mystery of who He is and...

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The Good Will and Pleasure of God

We understand God’s plan through our observance of the annual festivals. But there is also a summary of God’s plan from a different perspective in Ephesians 1. A review of the first ten verses reveals through Jesus Christ, God is fulfilling His “good will and pleasure...

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God Has a Plan

The back story of the Exodus – it all started 430 years earlier with promises made to Abraham. God had a plan – working through Jacob’s family to establish Israel in Egypt and eventually freeing them from their captivity. This world is chaotic and dangerous, there are unplanned difficulties...

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Hunger and Thirst After Righteousness

In a practical sense what does it mean to hunger and thirst after righteousness? And how is it that if we do so we “shall be filled?”

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The Prodigal Son and Repentance

This afternoon, brethren let’s see what we can learn from this parable that has come to be known as the Prodigal son.

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