Wise Up

There is a cost to everything in life.  When it comes to learning in the school of hard knocks there are only two ways to learn.  From your pain or someone else’s pain.  Which would you choose?  We finish out our four week series Weeks of Warning under the theme Cost.  Jesus tells us that life under his cross of suffering will have a very real cost to it.  That doesn’t mean it isn’t worth it.  The warning is that it won’t always be easy.  The comfort is that we are never alone with him by our side.

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Christian Duty

What does duty look like? Often maybe we think of people who have served in the military. Possibly the image of a servant comes to mind. The life of a Christian can be hard to understand apart from the grace of God.

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A House Divided

What would a house divided look like?  Jesus takes us down that train of thought in the Gospel lesson.  How ridiculous to think that Satan would drive out his own demons.  Jesus’ critics were looking for any and every reason to condemn him and his teaching.  Jesus was teaching with power not just because he […]

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Count the Cost

If you’re going to build a house, you have to secure the loan. If you’re going on a trip, most people make sure they have enough money for food and lodging. This morning God is asking us to consider the cost of being his disciples. In this final sermon from our series – Weeks of Warning – we will consider just how much God is asking of us as we bear our cross for him through life.

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Wrong Mountain

God never intended his people to stay at Mt. Sinai. Moses was trembling with fear at the sight. There is nothing wrong with going to hear God’s law, but the final destination is Mt. Zion. We are there because of what Jesus has done. Don’t choose the wrong mountain.

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Light a Fire

This Sunday we begin a new sermon series – Weeks of Warning. The Christian’s life will be marked by difficulties. The warnings aren’t meant to scare the faithful away, but so that the believers will be prepared to meet these challenges. Our first sermon will be on Faith’s Fire – God’s word doesn’t always unite. Sometimes it divides.

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