Nothing is Wasted

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A Journey of Redemption and Grace When Jesus addresses topics like divorce in the Gospels, He is not merely setting rules; He is inviting us into a deeper relational journey with Him, one marked by redemption and grace. The standard Jesus presents is not for condemnation but a guiding light to the Father’s heart. Given the challenging nature of discussing …

Starve the Seed to Win the War

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Unpacking Matthew 5 and the Call to Holiness Last week’s sermon on anger set a profound foundation for our understanding on how deep-seated emotions and unrighted wrongs can disrupt our spiritual and communal life. Continuing this journey, we dove into a teaching that not only challenges but demands a radical reassessment of our internal desires. The Heart of the Matter: …

A Picture of Heaven

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As we read the profound visions of John in Revelation 7:9-17 and connect it with our current reality and aspirations, we can often find scripture like this to seem distant—a far-off promise in a future, esoteric dimension. Yet, as I reflect on today’s world, with its strife and division, this scriptural vision feels like a necessary meditation on hope and …

The Glorious Gap

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During our “Your Kingdom Come” series, I’ve been reminded of the depth and power of this simple prayer. It’s a prayer unlike any other—filled with faith, boldness, surrender, and an open invitation for God to radically alter our plans for His majestic purposes. This declaration has woven its way deeply into the fabric of our church, yearning for God’s kingdom …