My Churchy Life: A Sermon Tangent

Posted in Christian Living, Sermon Snippets on February 10th, 2011 by (1,455 views)
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Over the past two Sundays we’ve read from Isaiah 1 and 58. The idea in both is similar: God is not satisfied with the His people’s lives outside of their “churchy” life. We have much to learn from their mistakes. Here is a snippet from the sermon on Feb 6, 2011. They live their lives […]

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Coming Down the Mountain

Posted in The Bible Says... on February 17th, 2010 by (1,111 views)
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Some of us long to have these deep, spiritual moments with God. And God sometimes gives them to us. But we must not be like Peter and think that those moments of glory are what being a Christian is all about. God gives some of us those moments so that we can come down the mountain to put that experience to good us for the sake of others and the Kingdom.

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When God Disrespects Us

Posted in Sermon Snippets on February 9th, 2010 by (1,007 views)
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This is from the sermon I preached at SPCC on Jan 10, 2010. I believe it is worth sharing again. We spent all of 2009 [in the sermons] studying about this Jesus who we call the Christ, the anointed one of God. And we will never stop looking to Jesus, but last year, we had […]

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The Words of Fools

Posted in Christian Living, The Bible Says... on October 28th, 2009 by (1,101 views)
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This past Sunday in my sermon, I eluded to the fact that we are a part of a society that likes to talk, talk, talk–unceasingly expressing our unsolicited opinions. We put our opinions out into the world as if the world depends on them, as if people desperately need to hear from us. What may […]

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Overthinking The Three Little Pigs

Posted in Sermon Snippets on October 21st, 2009 by (3,305 views)
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As great as the story of The Three Little Pigs is, its self-stated moral is a lie. It says that simply trying harder to do one’s best will make you survive the wolves of life. The real moral of the story is that trying harder when you’re using the wrong technique or perspective wears you out or makes your susceptible.

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