Sermons from March 2019

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Please Listen!

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Psalm 81 I was driving towards Bentonville, Arkansas by myself. As I often do, I had music playing loudly. It was dark outside, so I also had my maps program running to remind me where to turn off for I-40 east. Soon, I drove by a QT station. now that may not sound like much, but there are […]

Has God Forgotten to Be Gracious?

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Psalm 77  Seems like a harsh title, doesn’t it? But that is exactly what the Psalmist asks!! Chances are we’ve all thought such a question. We probably wouldn’t say it out loud, but haven’t we all been in circumstances when we wondered where God was, why He wasn’t answering? But then the Psalm gives an […]

If God Be For Us…

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Psalm 68:1-10  As someone once said, if you are on God’s team, it doesn’t matter how many players, how big the players, how strong the players on the opposing team. You’re on the winning team! David reminds us of that as he demonstrates what Paul said in Romans 8:31, “If God is for us, who can […]

How Do We Seek After God?

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Psalm 63  David said, “You are my God. I shall seek you earnestly.” That brings two obvious questions to my mind: (1) Can I echo those words – honestly? and (2) How can I seek after Him? The first is a personal question; the second is a practical one. Many in our world claim they […]

My Grace Is Sufficient

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2 Corinthians 12:9 “If it weren’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all.” Of course, “luck” or “karma” are not the driving force of life. And neither can they carry us through difficult times. Paul faced a burden, asked God to remove it, and the answer was, “No, but my grace is sufficient.” […]