Sermons from August 2018

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I Doubt It!

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John 20:19-31  Have you ever played the game, “I doubt it?” The goal is to get rid of the cards in your hand, and sometimes – maybe often – requires bluffing. Another player can call your bluff by saying “I doubt it” with consequences for you if the other player is right, or for them, […]

It’s Empty!

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John 18:31-19:18  Much of today’s world is blindly unaware. the most important event in all of human history happened nearly 2,000 years ago. On Friday, Jesus uttered that single word (in the Greek), “It is finished!” But, apart from what happened on Sunday, the word would be meaningless. Sunday confirmed the reality of who Jesus was […]

The Focal Point of History

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John 19:17-37  Three little words in English – one word in the original Greek. Yet this one Greek word is perhaps the most important single word in all of history for all of mankind. Without the truth behind this single word, all hope is lost. What is it? Ah… that’s what we’ll discover Sunday!

Government at Work?

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John 19:1-15  Pilate thought he had great power. Political leaders around the world, all through history, have thought the same thing. And looking at it short terms, through our human eyes, it seems true. In Pilate’s case, he was convinced he had the power to free Jesus or have Him crucified, simply because of who he was […]