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Eternally Secure (John 10:22-42)

This morning's passage takes place during what will one day be known as Christmas time, and there are many doctrinal presents under the tree!  Jesus is confronted by leaders in the religious establishment who want Him to bluntly disclose whether or not He is the Messiah.  His answer is clear and chastening.  In it, He also gives us some important information about our relationship with Him, whether we can lose our salvation or not, and why some people believe while others do not. 


The Good Shepherd (John 10:1-21)

After healing the man born blind, Jesus tells a story - a word picture about shepherds, thieves, and sheep. In it He calls Himself "the Door," and "the Good Shepherd."  What is the point of the story?  Who do the sheep represent? Are their robbers and thieves trying to get at them in our day, too?


The Story of the Emancipation Statue and the Bible’s view of Slavery (July 5, 2020)

Every Fourth of July, I like to take a moment and bring some aspect of America’s Christian history and heritage into view. I like to point out the importance of the Bible to our founding fathers and how it shaped the thinking of those great men in the construction of an imperfect but impressive Constitution that has continued to be a beacon of freedom, liberty, and hope for 233 years. In America, we have many wrongs to be ashamed of, but we also have many accomplishments that set our country apart as uniquely exceptional, and we have numerous examples where wrongs were made right. I’d like to use the story of the Emancipation Memorial statue in DC to discuss the biblical view of slavery. Did God’s word fail us during the years leading up to the Civil War? Does the Bible promote slavery? If not, then what happened back in the 1840's, 50's and 60's?


Who’s Son Are You? (John 8:37-59)

C.S. Lewis once said, “I didn’t go to religion to make me happy. I always knew a bottle of Port would do that. If you want a religion to make you feel really comfortable, I certainly don’t recommend Christianity.” Well, buckle up and get ready for another bumpy ride where Jesus will challenge us to break free of the passionless, nominal Christianity we’ve grown accustomed to, for something much harder, more demanding, and more rewarding. His challenge is all the more important because He says if you're not with Him, you're against Him.


The Truth Will Make You Free (John 8:21-37)

There is a lot of talk about the Juneteenth, June 19th, 1865, when the last of the slaves in Texas were told that they were free.  Can you imagine the jubilation of being set free from a lifetime of harsh servitude at the hands of white, Democrat slave-owners?  Can you imagine how joyful they must have been to discover that they were free?  In today's passage, Jesus calls those who have not accepted Christ as Savior as "slaves to sin."  What does He mean, and what are we to do with the freedom we enjoy once we do accept Christ

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