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Faith That Passes the Test (Nov 13)

Your faith will be tested. For Abraham it was a test of “willingness.” Would he be willing to sacrifice his only son even though it made no earthly sense and seemed to contradict everything he knew about God and his promise? Continue reading

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Even When We Don’t Know Where We Are Going (Nov 12)

Often we find ourselves in the same place as Abraham who obeyed and went even though he didn’t know where he was going. Often faith requires us to “walk in the dark.” God gives us just enough to light to know the next step and then we must take it. Continue reading

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A Heart That Trusts

If you are looking for an example of faith, real faith, it’s hard to ignore Abraham. Continue reading

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Reckless Abandon (June 30)

Paul’s reckless abandon to serve God in taking the gospel to the Gentiles is a challenge to us all. Continue reading

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God’s Abundant Supply (June 22)

God sees your need. He is more than able to meet it. Walk in obedience to God’s leading step by step, expecting his provision. Continue reading

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Always Enough (June 16)

God has revealed himself in scripture as “The Lord our Provider.” The story of Elijah is a reminder of how God is able to provide in extraordinary ways. Continue reading

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I Have Seen the Lord! (June 1)

The Resurrection brought hope and joy to Jesus’ disciples. It brings hope and joy to us today. To the grieving, like Mary Magdalene, it brings the hope of the Resurrection. This life is not all there is. There is life eternal. There is resurrection. Continue reading

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Disciplines Find Freedom (May 16)

True freedom requires discipline. It requires hearing and obeying GOd’s word. Continue reading

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Come On Now, Let’s Go!

Saul’s son Jonathan was a risk taking leader. He said: “Let’s go . . . it may be that the Lord will work for us.” In some cases those would be words of presumption, but in Jonathan’s case, they were words of risk taking faith. He trusted that God would go with them and do amazing things. Continue reading

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Let Him in the Boat (May 9)

When we find ourselves in difficult places, even frightening places, we need to let Jesus in the boat. In his presence we find joy and strength. When he is there, fears are turned to hope. In his strength we reach our destination despite the wind and waves. Continue reading

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