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One of Aesop’s fables tells a story about a fox who fell into a well and was unable to get out. A goat comes along and sees the fox in…
When someone invites you to a dinner party, you are usually on your best behavior. You use your good manners, you try to be sociable and cheerful, and you try…
Some of us have no doubt have watched those programs on TV that revolve around Victorian manners in wealthy, English households. When the family sat down to a meal, they…
The Reformation was a “back to the Bible” movement, begun about 500 years ago, that influenced both the doctrine and the worship practices of the church. One of the Reformation’s…
In Luke 13, we find Jesus intentionally moving closer to Jerusalem, and he knows exactly what’s going to happen when he arrives. Before he gets there, we have this brief…

The Grace of Giving

October 6, 2019
Message by special guest Steve Board, faculty member at Maranatha Baptist University. Short outline on the use of money, then message on the grace of giving.
No book in the history of the world has been so often copied, printed, translated, read, and studied as the Bible. It stands uniquely as the object of so much…
In today’s passage, Jesus heals a crippled woman. The woman was “bowed together” and couldn’t straighten out. So it was a severe physical handicap, and Jesus healed her of it…
A parable is a story that communicates a deeper truth. Jesus isn’t teaching us about fruit trees and gardening. He’s talking about salvation and spiritual fruitfulness. The fig tree is…
Most of us are aware that a hurricane recently devastated the Bahamas with multiple people killed, hundreds still missing, and vast devastation of property. In the wake of such natural…
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