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A Prescription for the Spiritually Challenged

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I'm musically challenged—anyone who knows me will tell you that. Even people who don't know me know I'm musically challenged. When I ...


God calls "spiritually challenged" people to show love through forgiveness.


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The Peace Keeper

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A man is shipwrecked. He spends months alone on a desert island. Finally, a passing ship sees him and sends a boat in to rescue him. When ...


The Holy Spirit keeps the peace that Christ gave to us.


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God Is Big Enough to Comfort My Suffering


There is purpose in our pain.


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A Bleeding Hearts Club?

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Suppose someone were to describe you as "a bleeding heart?" How would you feel about that? That expression is often attached to ...


Mercy required a tender heart.


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How Do We Handle Dangerous People?
How Do We Handle Dangerous People?

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When people gather for worship on a Saturday night or Sunday morning, they bring with them their questions. The questions vary, but it's ...


Jesus creates the way so that when God destroys evil he doesn't have to destroy you.


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Taming the Beast

Text: Genesis 4:1–16
Topic: How to battle envy

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A few years ago, two high school girls in California—well liked, talented and ambitious—attended ...


Envy will destroy us if we don't tame it with love.


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Weighing Others Heavy

Text: Exodus 20:13; Matthew 5:21–24; Romans 12:14–21; Romans 13:8–10
Topic: How to apply the sixth commandment

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The sixth commandment ...


The sixth commandment is ultimately positive: treat all people with love and respect.


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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 First Extreme: Conformity

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We have already met Jonah, a scowling, spiteful little man in a chronic state of bellyache. The meaning of his name—"dove"—just ...


We must follow God without fear or compromise.


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Finding Your Missing Peace

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In 1934, Hitler's plague of anti-Semitism was spreading throughout Europe like wildfire. Some would escape it. Millions would die from it. ...


Peacemakers build bridges of reconciliation to others by following the biblical principles of our peacemaking, peace-loving God.


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A Perfect Alternative to Revenge

It has been said that few passages of Scripture summarize Christian ethics more succinctly than today's passage. It could also be said that few passages ...


Jesus calls us to be perfect in love by loving our enemies.


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A Perfect Alternative to Revenge

It has been said that few passages of Scripture summarize Christian ethics more succinctly than today's passage. It could also be said that few passages ...


Jesus calls us to be perfect in love by loving our enemies.


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