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Abortion: The Witness of the Church throughout History

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Scripture is clear on defending the life of the unborn, but so is church history. As we approach Sanctity of Life Sunday, here are a few quotes from church history. From the first century to the twenty-first century, care for orphans and the unborn is a priority of the church (see James 1:26–27). (Many of these quotations listed below were collected from printed mat...

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Prayer: From Dust to Life

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Review and discussion questions for Sunday's sermon on Psalm 119:25-32....

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A New Year to See God's Wonders

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Review and discussion questions for Sunday's sermon on Psalm 119:17-24....

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Growing in Prayer: Six Books on Prayer

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This Sunday we will continue our study of spiritual disciplines with a focus on prayer. With Bible reading, prayer is one of two primary disciplines. It is the breath of the Christian life and one that we should continue to cultivate as we walk with God. However, growth in prayer only comes as the Word of God teaches us about prayer. For that reason, it is worthwhile to s...

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The Joy of My Heart

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“Your testimonies are my heritage forever, for they are the joy of my heart” (Psalm 119:111). Is your time in God’s Word is marked by joy and delight? Let me encourage you as we enter this new year to read and meditate on Psalm 119. I have found this psalm to be personally transformative in growing in love for God’s Word during my own personal stud...

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Ten Looks at Christ: A New Year’s Meditation on Isaiah 61:1

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Robert Murray McCheyne said famously and wisely: “For every look at yourself, take ten looks at Jesus.” On this last day of 2017, we spent our Sunday considering the person and work of Christ from Isaiah 61:1–3. This sermon wraps up a three-part series on Isaiah 59–61 and encourages us to look to Christ as we enter the new year. Indeed, whether w...

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