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Where Grace and Wrath Meet

God is fully satisfied with the work of his Son. Those who come to him find that their sins are forgiven forever.

Text: Romans 3:24-26
Sermon Series: The Deeper Meaning of the Cross
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The Church Christ Prefers

Jesus wants his churches to be motivated by love, founded on the truth, strong under pressure, and unashamed of his name.

Text: Revelation 3:7-13
Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
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Church of the Living Dead

The Sardis spirit overtakes us whenever we begin to take God’s gifts for granted. How quickly we can become the Church of the Living Dead and not even know it.

Text: Revelation 3:1-6
Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
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Sleeping With the Enemy

You can have the cheap thrills of the world and feel sick to your stomach the next morning. Or you can have Jesus now, a new life now, forgiveness now, real pleasure now, and you will one day rise to shine like the Morning Star.

Text: Revelation 2:18-29
Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
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The Tragedy of Open-Minded Christianity

Christians are narrow-minded about God’s truth. We believe something the chattering classes find incredible. We believe that God has spoken in his Word and that his Word is to be obeyed, not debated.

Text: Revelation 2:12-17
Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
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When Life Goes Bad

To those who stand strong in the midst of trials, the best is yet to come. We will receive the “crown of life” and reign with Jesus forever. The “second death” in hell cannot touch us at all.

Text: Revelation 2:8-11
Sermon Series: Email from Jesus (Revelation 2-3)
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The Greatest Revival in History

We can’t look to the past and focus on what others have done for Christ. Nor can we live in the future, thinking about what the
children of today might do thirty years from now. The only generation we can reach is our own.

Text: Jonah 3
Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
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How God Pursues Prodigals, Part 1

The people of the world can do without our sermons, but they can’t live without our prayers. And if they get our prayers, they might one day listen to our sermons.

Text: Jonah 1:4-17
Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
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We’re Just Like Jonah

When we decide to run from the Lord, Satan is happy to provide the transportation.

Text: Jonah 1
Sermon Series: Outrageous Grace
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Playing with Fire: Can We Still Believe in Hell?

What must I do to go to hell? Here is the shocking answer: Nothing, nothing at all. If you do nothing about your soul, hell is where you will go.

Text: Luke 16:19-31
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages

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