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When It Is Okay to Judge
When It Is Okay to Judge

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"When It Is Okay to Judge" is not the most inviting sermon title. For many of us, the mere mention of the word "judge"—especially in ...


Confronting sin and enacting judgment within the church.


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Your Brothers' Keeper?
Your Brothers' Keeper?

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Sibling rivalry is a reality of life. For those who have a sibling or two, it starts young. Like the first-grader who came home and proudly ...


Even when things are at their worst, God is still in charge.


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Formulas and Fantasies Will Always Fail
Formulas and Fantasies Will Always Fail

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A few years back when I was pastoring Aspen Grove Community Church, we had a terrific team of volunteers for VBS and a great plan for that ...


Instead of formulas and fantasies; seek God's wisdom and trust him.


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Hezekiah: Healed but Boastful

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Today we're going to be looking at Isaiah 38 and 39. I was thinking this week as I pondered these passages that the Bible is a lot like an ...


Guard your heart from the deceptive, insidious power of pride.


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Heart Worm

Over these past weeks we've been looking together at some conditions of the human heart that obviously need help. When we meet somebody whose life is ...


What does God do with a self-righteous heart?


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Love Does Not Boast

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Over the next few months, PreachingToday.com is going to run an entire transcript series from Haddon Robinson on 1 Corinthians 13. The ...


Love builds community; it does not break down community through envy, boasting, or pride.


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Learning from Tiger Woods

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In late November 2009, a series of events led to a bevy of stories about infidelities on the part of golf's greatest player, Tiger ...


Let's find satisfaction in God alone, keep in mind that our sin will always find us out, and surround ourselves with good friends to keep us in check.


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Growing Up

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When I was in kindergarten, we used to play a game based on a hit TV show called Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. My teacher, Mrs. Floaten, ...


Humans grow by receiving the truth told in love.


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The Wise Men Cry Glory
The Wise Men Cry Glory

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Here's a great sermon from one of our featured preachers—Mark Buchanan—that explores the story of the Magi and Herod through ...


Christ is worthy of the long journey to find him and worship him.


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Purpose
Purpose

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What would you do if you suddenly won $34.5 million? It happened to a family from Hauppauge, New York, this week. Dad spent $5 on a winning ...


Living as a Servant


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King Me!

If you need an overall title, you could try something like this: "The King Takes His Throne: Solomon's Rise to Power."
By submitting to the kingdom of Christ, we put Jesus on his rightful throne.


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Your Whole Life Matters to God
Your Whole Life Matters to God

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I once read an article in the New York Times entitled "How the Worm Turns." The article focused on a group of scientists who spend ...


All of life is an act of worship and an opportunity to serve and please God.


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Cain-R-Us

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I was reading an article in the New York Times about the abundance of new wealth in Khartoum, Sudan. The article featured pictures of well-dressed, ...


We're bad, too, but not beyond the loving reach of God.


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The Second Extreme: Contempt for the Lost

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I've got good news, bad news, and hard news.

The good news: The best argument for God is the church. Everyday, God becomes accessible to a ...


To both experience and celebrate God's grace, we must allow him to swallow us whole.


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Speaking Truth

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For the next few weeks, we're following the story of Saul and David in First Samuel. We discovered last week that he is one of these characters ...


A loyal person speaks the truth.


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Public Performance Is Easier than Private Devotion

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If you are just joining us, this is the third week in a six-week series entitled "Adventures in Missing the Point." We have been learning ...


The power of authentic piety in a world that talks the talk


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Who Do We Think We Are?

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"Who do we think we are? How do we know we're right? Can every other religion be wrong?" I would hazard a guess that this is the number one ...


Can every other religion really be wrong?


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Don’t You Believe It! The Myth of Greener Grass

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This morning we’re looking at the last of the Ten Commandments, which deals with desiring something that someone else has, but which we do ...


We’ve been shown grace by God, and we’re to spread that grace around.


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