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Drawing Back the Curtain on Revelation

Johnson manages to dig into apocalyptic literature (without freaking people out).

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Preach Like Your Sermon Can Change The World

Johnson shows how we can drive home the glory of God's word each and every Sunday.

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A Mother's Day Sermon for Everyone

Hilary Price displays enormous sensitivity to the pastoral needs of all people, not just mothers.

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Darrell Johnson

Drawing Back the Curtain on Revelation

Darrell Johnson
Johnson manages to dig into apocalyptic literature (without freaking people out).

He Holds the Scroll of History

As we continue making our way through the last book of the Bible, through what the apostle John calls “The Revelation ...

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Ted Olsen

Free to Stay

Ted Olsen
The Ascension is not about Jesus leaving us. It is about four words: 'and I in them.'

Introduction

(Read Acts 16:16-34, Psalm 97, Revelation 22:12-21, John 17:20-26)

Happy Ascension, everybody. Actually, Ascension Day was Thursday, so I'm ...

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Bryan Chapell

Hope Through the Night

Bryan Chapell
We can name our pain and pray in our pain before God.

Introduction

Let's consider the Psalm where our God tells us that lament is appropriate but never the final word—never the final word—as we ...

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Mark Dever

How to Survive in a Fallen World

Mark Dever
We are attentive, humble, and obedient to God because his power is complete and his good purposes are to preserve us through trials, to give us everlasting righteousness, and to purify us through Jesus Christ.

Introduction

Americans are threatened in a way today that I think is unusual in our history. Just this week I read parts of three publications freely available ...

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Mark Dever

Surviving Today's Opposition

Mark Dever
We will face trials, but with God as our hope, and because of his faithfulness and sovereignty, we will overcome them.

Introduction

Several years ago, Woody Allen began a commencement address with this observation: "More than any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. ...

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