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Are You Satisfied With God?
by Ray Pritchard

Nothing is ever wasted. Everything “fits” somewhere.

Text: Genesis 45
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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Are You Willing to Face Your Past?
by Ray Pritchard

You can’t erase a guilty conscience.

Text: Genesis 42-43
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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Are You Willing to Wait for God?
by Ray Pritchard

Your Redeemer is on the way. He’s just not working on your schedule.

Text: Genesis 40
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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Do You Know Who You Are?
by Ray Pritchard

If you know who you are, you can serve Christ anywhere.

Text: Genesis 39
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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Do You Know Why You Were Born?
by Ray Pritchard

God accomplishes his purposes for us even when we are clueless about the big picture.

Text: Genesis 37
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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The Hero Rises
by Ray Pritchard

Joseph proves you can come from a crazy, mixed-up family and do amazing things for the Lord.

Text: Genesis 37:1-2
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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The Pastor’s Reward
by Ray Pritchard

Only two things in this world are eternal—the Word of God and people. It only makes sense to build your life around those things that will last forever.

Text: 1 Thessalonians 2:19-20
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Praying for Your Prodigal
by Ray Pritchard

When you pray for a loved one who seems hardened against the Lord, pray that the eyes of their heart might be opened so that the light of God can come flooding in. And if that seems hopeless, at least it puts the hopeless case at God’s doorstep, which is where it belongs.

Text: Ephesians 1:18
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Time to Get Rid of Your Worries
by Ray Pritchard

Jesus will carry your backpack as you hike toward heaven.

Text: 1 Peter 5:7
Sermon Series: Strangers in a Strange Land (1 Peter)
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Compassion: More Than a Bleeding Heart
by Ray Pritchard

The real question is not, "Who is my neighbor?” but rather "Whose neighbor will I be to those I meet today?”

Text: Luke 10:25-37

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