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When the Perfect Comes

Introduction

We have been going through 1 Corinthians, chapters 12 through 14, and we have been studying the Holy Spirit and spiritual gifts. We saw the ...


In heaven we'll experience an unending life in God's unlimited joy and love.


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A New Philadelphia

Introduction

There is something in a name. My name is Mike. Actually, Michael's not my first name; my first name is Jerry. I'm Jerry Michael Breaux. On ...



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A Christian's Happiness
A Christian's Happiness

Introduction

If you're a Christian, you know that Christianity is supposed to be about joy. You probably also know that you're supposed to experience ...


Paul offers three principles for finding joy in suffering.


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Asking the Tough Questions

Introduction

We're in the series called "Can Smart People Believe In God?" and we're thinking through some really important issues. Today we'll be talking ...


A conversation with Dallas Willard


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Without Knowledge We Perish

The story behind the series (from John Ortberg):

This series actually was inspired by Dallas Willard's book, Knowing Christ Today. The title of the series ...


An introduction to knowledge and worldview


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The Long Tomorrow

Introduction

An 85-year-old couple died in a car crash after having been married almost 60 years. They had been in good health the last ten years mainly ...


Meditation on our future home


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Heaven: How Do We Get There?

From the Editor:

In a recent interview with PreachingToday.com, Haddon Robinson said, "We want to reach people, but the clear terms of the gospel are ...


The way to heaven is as simple as A, B, C, and D.


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The Christian's Happiness

Text: Romans 8:28–30
Topic: Our joy can be constant no matter our life circumstances.

From the editor

Romans 8 is such a beloved, oft-quoted section ...


Your bad things turn out for good, your good things can never be lost, and the best things are yet to come.


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A New Name for Philadelphia

Text: Revelation 3:7–13
Topic: We have a new name, and we're going to live in a new city that cannot be shaken.

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Like Dave Stone of Southeast ...


God opens doors and provides what we need so we can live in his will and be known by his name.


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Jesus Uncensored

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Here's a sermon Michael Quicke preached at Wheaton College that tenders the meek and mild Jesus with the mean and wild Jesus. Few passages ...


Jesus has the right to shock disciples with teaching they don't like to hear, because he's Lord.


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The Trumpet Call of God
The Trumpet Call of God

From the editor

Eschatological issues have always been intriguing, but the interest has both widened and deepened in the last 25 years or so. Bestselling ...


Jesus Christ is coming back for his disciples, whether we live or sleep.


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Why Would a Good God Send People to Hell?
Why Would a Good God Send People to Hell?

Introduction

I thought long and hard about a clever, lighthearted way to introduce this morning's message. I thought about praying for a really hot day ...


Hell is necessary in God's economy, but he has given us hope in Jesus.


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Drop Your Agenda

Introduction

By the end of Luke's narrative of Jesus' life, opposition from the religious leaders is mounting, and Jesus' popularity among the people is ...


When we come to Jesus with our own agendas, he asks us to lay them down and pick up the cross to follow him.


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You Don't Know, Do You?

Introduction

A member of this congregation experienced a tragedy when her father was suddenly killed in an accident. He was driving home one Wednesday ...


Each of us must be ready to face God's judgment, for death can come at any moment.


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On Suicide
On Suicide

Introduction

Death is never easy. But death is even harder when someone is too young to die or dies under especially difficult circumstances. The tragic ...


In the wake of a tragic suicide, we need to move beyond the person's death and remember his or her life, in addition to God's grace.


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When God Makes Everything New

Series Title: Heaven: Nothing Could Be Better

Series Subtitle: Understanding the details and desirability of the age to come

Series Texts: Revelation 21:1–21; ...


God will renew the Earth at the end of time, creating heaven on this planet and establishing a permanent place of dwelling for and with his people.


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The Bridal City

Series Title: Heaven: Nothing Could Be Better

Series Subtitle: Understanding the details and desirability of the age to come

Series Texts: Revelation 21:1–21; ...


Our eternal home is a city like no other—a holy city radiant with the glory and power of God.


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Where the Sun Will Never Go Down

Series Title: Heaven: Nothing Could Be Better

Series Subtitle: Understanding the details and desirability of the age to come

Series Texts: Revelation 21:1–21; ...


Nothing could be better than being in heaven forever—we will live in God's presence, we will live in his light, and we will live with his people.


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Shall We Gather at the River?

Series Title: Heaven: Nothing Could Be Better

Series Subtitle: Understanding the details and desirability of heaven

Series Texts: Revelation 21:1–21; ...


The throne of God and the Lamb makes heaven the garden of life and perfect place of service it is.


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Coming Soon!

Series Title: Heaven: Nothing Could Be Better

Series Subtitle: Understanding the details and desirability of heaven

Series Texts: Revelation 21:1–21; ...


The last recorded words of Jesus—"I am coming soon!"—are both a solemn warning and a soul-sustaining promise.


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Light at the End of the Tunnel

What does death tell us about life? In recent decades the door of death has sometimes seemed to have been turned into a revolving door. Through advances ...


Near-death experiences affirm the Scriptures' teaching that we need to receive Christ before we die.


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Playing with Fire

When we talk about hell, we can go to two extremes. One is that we can get into lurid descriptions of the flames of hell and the torments of the doomed ...


The Bible makes it clear that hell is our certain destiny unless we accept Jesus Christ.


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