Category Archives: Bible Thought

Being Reconciled

So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view. Though we once regarded Christ in this way, we do so no longer. 17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old … Continue reading

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The Bible’s Most Important Word

I love posting a seemingly random or controversial question on Facebook and allowing dialogue to take place.  The other day on Facebook, I posed this question: “What is the most important word in the Bible?” I got a lot of … Continue reading

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Living Like Lazarus

I’ve been thinking lately about Lazarus in John 11. You likely remember the story- Lazarus, a friend of Jesus, gets sick and ultimately dies. Jesus was called to come to Lazarus before his death but decided to stay put- leaving … Continue reading

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The Mission of Jesus: Monday Follow Up

Yesterday, we began our summer sermon series called, “The Mission of Jesus” where we will be walking through the Gospel of Mark and examining the life and mission of Jesus as we consider how we are to live as disciples … Continue reading

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A Hypocritical Christian?

What does your life (actions/words/choices) say about your beliefs? I’ve been wrestling with this question for a few weeks now.  Sure, many of us would say that we base our actions, words, and choices on our belief in God and … Continue reading

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Take Off Your Grave Clothes

 Yesterday in worship, we looked at John 11:1-45- the account of the death and resurrection of Lazarus.  What I found particularly interesting in the passage is that when Jesus called Lazarus out of the tomb- back to life- that Jesus … Continue reading

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Sunday Follow-Up: Jesus and the Blind Man (John 9)

Sunday’s message focused on Jesus’ encounter with the blind man in John 9.  This man was blind from birth.  Blindness is the inability to perceive light.  While this man was unable to perceive physical light, he clearly “saw” Jesus, who … Continue reading

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