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The Woman at the Well

March 4, 2018
In today’s passage, we have the accounts of two healings, one of a person on the verge of death and the other of a person who had already died. Later…
If people know any one statement that Jesus made, it’s likely this: “Judge not.” Leading figures in our culture today urge us to tolerate, accept, and even celebrate the wicked…
Last time, we considered the rule—love your enemies—and the ways Jesus tells us to do that. We love our enemies by doing good to those who hate us, blessing them…
One of the key strengths of the American republic was the fact that our founding fathers believed in the necessity of virtue and morality as the bedrock foundation for the…
Message for our annual meeting using a baseball diamond comparison
One of the most difficult requirements/expectations of the Christian life is being kind to those who mistreat us. The principle is stated most clearly in vss. 27 and .35, “Love…
Several weeks ago, we began working our way through the Sermon on the Plain (Luke 6:12-49). In verses 20-23, we have four blessings, often called “beatitudes,” which we looked at…
God had a goal in mind when he sent Jesus into the world. Jesus’ birth, as great as it was, was not the end goal. The Bible says that God…
The title of the Christmas cantata is “Love Came Down at Christmas.” Some of the words from the cantata are based on a poem that Christina Rossetti published in 1885.…