Monthly Archives: March 2009

“The Remains of the Day”

After all is said done, there is a light that remains.  (The Voice:  The Liberating King is the one who will remain without end.)  Does the cross block out the light for us altogether or can we see that it … Continue reading

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“JOHN THREE SIXTEEN”

Martin Luther calls this verse  “The Gospel in Brief.”  And many people are familiar with this verse, and yet so very few recall its original context: namely, Jesus’ discussion with Nicodemus…and death and being born again. Most people assume John … Continue reading

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“The APPEARANCE of the Holy”

Join the party, taste the wine, smell the warm bread, olives and lamb.  See the familiar face in the crowd, ready to snap.  The whip cracks, shouts start, money on the floor and the freezing of time.  “There must be room … Continue reading

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“On Following the Leader”

How intentional are you on following our servant leader?  How often do you say what can I give rather than what can I get?  Some points of interest in this sermon are the Hinge of the Gospel, the Theological Center … Continue reading

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“Wilderness”

Chaos doesn’t stand a chance when Jesus shows up for the wilderness is his 2nd home.  I challenge you throughout Lent to confront the wilderness in which you live.  Mark 1:9-15 To listen to this archived sermon, send email request … Continue reading

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