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A Good Man in a Hard Place
A Good Man in a Hard Place

Introduction

God's servants are found in some of the most surprising places. Elijah served in a very dark time in the history of God's people. King Ahab ...


God's servants are found in some of the most surprising places.


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National Reflections
National Reflections

Introduction

This past week, our elders met to pray and talk about our church and the level of churning in our nation these days around issues of political ...


How to think biblically in times of political chaos.


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God's Surprising Use of Governments
God's Surprising Use of Governments

Introduction

We are going to begin a very important study in what is arguably the most important passage in all of the Bible, regarding how we as Christians ...


We should become people who—with respect and honor—recognize the proxy authority and the sovereignty of God.


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A God-Centered Vision of Politics
A God-Centered Vision of Politics

Introduction

(Read Matthew 22:15-22)

"Give back to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's" (Matt. 22:21). This is certainly one of the most famous ...


God alone deserves our worship and hope.


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Pointing Fingers
Pointing Fingers

Introduction

We live in an age of finger-pointing. Some of this finger-pointing is regrettable, I think. One expression of it is inspirational, I believe. ...


Is God a Republican or a Democrat?


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God and Caesar

The story behind the sermon (by Dan Meyer)

The personal backdrop The sermon "God and Caesar" reflects my longstanding curiosity about the proper relationship ...


Give government its due, but don't relinquish your religious liberties.


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Power, Politics, and the Example of Christ

Introduction

In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus shares some important insights on power. Mary the mother of James and John came to him and asked, "When you ...


All power comes from God, but Jesus alone shows us how to use power.


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Thinking Biblically About Government
Thinking Biblically About Government

On December 17, 2010, a young Tunisian named Mohammed Bouazizi walked up to a local government building and set himself on fire. Earlier that day, the ...


Christ calls us respect, obey, and renew every form of human government.


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God's Green Earth

Introductory remarks from Steve Mathewson:

This sermon definitely resonated with my listeners! Many of them had already been practicing environmental stewardship ...


We represent and glorify God by taking good care of his creation.


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Putting the Kingdom First

Introduction

In an article entitled "A new kind of urban Christian," Tim Keller argues that "Christians should be a dynamic counterculture. It is not enough ...


This world is passing; use God's good gifts for his kingdom.


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David's Last Words

Introduction

A life is a terrible thing to waste. In his life saving book, Don't Waste Your Life, John Piper recounts a story his father often told in ...


We cannot waste our lives if we obey the Word of God.


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Long Live the King!

Introduction

According to ancient custom, the death of a ruler is greeted with the following words: "The king is dead; long live the king!" This may seem ...


By supporting God's anointed king, we advance his everlasting kingdom.


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A Royal Conspiracy

Introduction

The right to rule as king has been the occasion of many bitter conflicts. Often brother has fought against brother to wear the crown, forcing ...


If we believe in the kingdom of God, we will act toward its fulfillment.


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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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A Night in Persia
A Night in Persia

There's a book in the Bible where the name of God is never mentioned. It's the book of Esther. But even though God's name is mentioned nowhere ...


What appear to be coincidences often are God's purposes working in history.


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The Question Facing Us

"We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common ...


On the bicentennial celebration of the signing of the Constitution, Halverson hopes the U.S. will recognize God as the source of our liberties.


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God and the Hebrew Midwives

Many of you perhaps were shaped the way I was in terms of where I really learned my first Bible pictures of the Exodus story. I didn't get mine in Sunday ...


The power to be courageous comes from fear of God.


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