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Building Up Your Faith
Building Up Your Faith

Introduction

The Book of Hebrews is about Christians persevering in faith. It’s about understanding all that Jesus accomplished and walking by faith ...


How do we build a faith that is rationally satisfying, biblically grounded, joyfully attractive, and practically beneficial to the people in our lives?


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The Truth about the Resurrection
The Truth about the Resurrection

Who would you guess is the most successful trial attorney in the entire world? The Guinness Book of World Records says, "Most successful attorney: ...


Who are you going to invest your hope in for eternal life?


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Literalism: Isn't the Bible Historically Unreliable and Regressive?
Literalism: Isn't the Bible Historically Unreliable and Regressive?

From the editor:

Anyone who has heard Tim Keller preach or has read any of his books knows how effective he is at offering an apologetic for just about ...


We can and should trust the Bible historically, culturally, and most of all, personally.


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Because of Righteousness

Introduction

The movie Braveheart tells the story of how a 13th century Scottish commoner named William Wallace led his country to freedom from an oppressive ...


Following God may bring persecution


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Evangelical Laughter

Introduction

I have never been criticized for being too serious in a sermon. Humor is my downfall. Sometimes I've attempted a little remark in a sermon, ...


We should be open to God's surprising, powerful work in our lives and ministries.


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Show Me

Introduction

In the United States, each of the 50 states has a nickname. Florida is known as "The Sunshine State." New York is called "The Empire State." ...


Because Christ has risen, the Spirit of Truth has come to empower us to take the leap of faith.


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The I Am: Serve Him or Stone Him

Every now and then someone comes along and captures our attention with an outrageous claim. I'm thinking of Muhammad Ali, once known as Cassius Clay, ...


Jesus' claim to be God demands a response


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The Good Shepherd: Counting Sheep

A couple of years ago an article in the Sunday paper caught my eye. I found it so interesting that I shared it with some small group leaders at the time, ...


Jesus claimed that God cares, personally, for everyone


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The Bread of Life

Most of Christ's claims are outrageous because they are so grand and compelling: "Before Abraham was, I AM." "I am the Light of the World." "I am in the ...


Come and receive all you need


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The Resurrection and the Life: Tears at the Wall

Introduction

They call it, "The Wall," a great, v-shaped slab of black granite, set into the grassy expanse between the Capitol Building and the Lincoln ...


Jesus' promise of victory over death


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One Wonderful Way

This morning we are concluding our series on "The Outrageous Claims of Christ." We began three weeks ago with the most intriguing claim—"Before Abraham ...


Why Jesus' claim to be the only way is great news


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The Truth about the Resurrection

Who would you guess is the most successful trial attorney in the entire world? The Guinness Book of World Records says, "Most successful attorney: Sir ...


The evidence is overwhelming that Jesus rose from the dead.


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