We Are Sinners Saved Through Christ!

Our Calling As A Church Romans 3:19-26 In his March 13, 2009 column in The Wall Street Journal, W. Bradford Wilcox, looking at the church from the world’s point viewpoint, states, “Secularism seems to be on the march in America…the number of Americans claiming no religion now stands a
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Jesus Encounters the Paralyzed Man

Jesus was teaching and healing in the city of Capernaum, near the Sea of Galilee. He stopped in Capernaum frequently and did many miracles there but very few people believed in him. The paralyzed man and his friends were the exception. Mark tells us five times that the man was paralyz
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The Contest on Carmel – Let the Fire Fall

There are two kinds of Old Testament prophets.  Some are known for what they said, the prophets of words.  Others are distinguished more by what they did, prophets of deeds.  Of the former, Isaiah is arguably the greatest of the spoken prophets.  Elijah, however, is the favorite of ma
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Guarded by God

Psalm 3 Most of the Psalms arose out of real life, down to earth circumstances.  Although written 3000 years ago, we will recognize situations and relationships contemporary to our own.  That is the reason they resonate with us.  Psalm 1 reflects on tranquility for the believer.  Psal
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Come into the Ark!

Which came first: the chicken or the egg? This age-old question has historically posed quite a quandary. And yet, like many seemingly complex questions, when we allow the Bible to speak to the subject, the answer is undeniably clear. “So God created… every living thing that moves … an
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