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I Will Be Content

January 24, 2020

I Will Be Content Although blind from infancy, Fanny Crosby went on to write more than 9,000 hymns, many of which are still sung today, including: “Blessed Assurance,” “All the Way My Savior Leads Me,” “To God Be the Glory,” and “Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross.” A well known poet, she became friends with many members of Congress and several...

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God and Civil Government

July 29, 2017

God and Civil Government In a sermon preached at New Covenant Baptist Church in Chicago in 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. urged: “If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as a Michelangelo painted, or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven...

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Judgment on Evil Leaders

September 11, 2012

Judgment on Evil Leaders [Optional reading: Jer. 21:1–23:40] Within the last six months, some companies have experienced problems with leadership. From the Yahoo! CEO’s résumé scandal to J.P. Morgan’s lack of foresight in investing, poor leadership has consequences. The same is true with the leadership of God’s people. Close to God’s heart...

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Message of Hope (Part 2)

September 17, 2012

Message of Hope (Part 2) At the heart of God’s relationship with Israel was the covenant, begun with Abraham and renewed through Moses and David. The story of the Old Testament reveals that Israel’s history was plagued with covenant disobedience. That theme of God’s covenant, and Israel’s inability to keep it, dominates today’s reading, one...

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Echoing Eden: The Covenant with Noah

December 6, 2017

Echoing Eden: The Covenant with Noah Outside the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is a tall, hollow steel structure known as the Vortex. In addition to seeing its striking architecture, visitors enjoy going inside to hear the cascading echoes of their own voices, hand claps, and foot stomps. Like the echoes heard in the Vortex, God’s covenant...

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  • Jesus December 6, 2017

Intercession: Jesus Prays for His Disciples and All Believers

May 1, 2013

Intercession: Jesus Prays for His Disciples and All Believers Charles Spurgeon once said that all the Christian virtues are locked up in the word prayer. The topic is a wellspring that invites sustained study and reflection from many angles. This month we will explore prayer in the New Testament, studying descriptions and examples of prayer...

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A Father Forgives

April 18, 2018

A Father Forgives Evangelist D. L. Moody said his brother left home at age 15 in order to seek his fortune. Moody remembered his mother waiting for her son’s return, even setting a chair for him at Thanksgiving dinner. “I used to think she loved him more than all the rest of us put together,” Moody said. Many years later, a stranger came...

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  • Forgiveness April 18, 2018

A Dependable Love: His Love Protects Us

September 20, 2015

A Dependable Love: His Love Protects Us In December 2013, a family of six was found alive in a remote area of Nevada after their Jeep overturned in the snow. A massive aerial search finally located the missing family who had stayed alive by sheltering in their vehicle, burning a spare tire, and heating rocks to keep warm. Rescuers said it...

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Introduction to the Epistle

July 20, 2013

Introduction to the Epistle Henry Alford is known for a nineteenth-century commentary on the Greek New Testament. He also edited the poems of John Donne and preached sermon series at churches including Canterbury Cathedral. He’s best known as the author of the great thanksgiving hymn, “Come, Ye Thankful People, Come.” Thankfulness and commitment...

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Praise God, Hallelujah!

November 16, 2019

Praise God, Hallelujah! I don’t know about you, but I have started more books than I have finished. I’m just not always able to make it to the end. However, the last five chapters of Psalms are so incredibly life giving that to miss them would be like sleeping through Thanksgiving Day dinner. These last five chapters are sometimes referred...

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