If you listen to a sermon tomorrow I hope it doesn’t make you feel comfortable in your world, but causes you to long for the world God is re-creating through his Son, – and long to know completely what it is to be part of that world. From Leading With The Sermon: In preaching, God’s …

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Proclamation is intrinsic to Christian life. When the disciples thought the conversation was over, the women visit a tomb and are spoken to – and then directed to go tell. It simply defies imagination to conceive of the messenger at the tomb instructing the women to communicate to the others “He is risen!” and if …

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Heaven can be spoken about by Christians in ways that can contribute to a misconception that it is a destination rather than a staging point. There’s nothing wrong with acknowledging the blessing that awaits believers after death and before the return of Jesus. But that acknowledgement should not cloud the fact that our ultimate hope …

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As the people of God gather week by week, the cross is rightly central; however that centrality rightly observed brings many other truths into view and into focus. And only the cross can bring them all together, enable them all to be understood, and communicate our need of God’s grace. From Fred Sanders. The Cross …

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