Category: Sermons

No Room for Idols
September 27th, 2020

Isaiah 42:5-9 I preached last Sunday from the first of four Servant Songs in the second half of Isaiah. Isaiah does not identify who the servant is. Perhaps the nation of Israel is meant to be the servant but was not able to live up to the expectation of what the servant would be. In […]

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Hope for Justice
September 20th, 2020

Isaiah 42:1-8 For the past two falls we have preached from Isaiah and I am delighted to return to this book of the bible. And in particular, it is such a treat to preach from Isaiah 40-66. Let me put it in a bit of perspective. The first half of Isaiah, 1-39, contains messages of […]

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Psalm 154: Seeking Hope in a Depressing Time
September 13th, 2020

various In March 2010 the Moroccan government arrived at the Village of Hope, a home for abandoned children, and with just seven hours to say goodbye to their children and pack a few things, they were taken under police guard to the airport hotel in Casablanca, kept over night under police guard, and the next […]

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A Stone and a Baton
August 30th, 2020

Acts 7:51-8:1Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit, was chosen to be one of seven men to help lead the growing number of followers of Jesus. He was intelligent, able to articulate the truth of what Jesus had done. He performed many miraculous healings and deliverance from possession. He was a […]

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Martyrdom of Stephen
August 23rd, 2020

Acts 6:8-8:1Last Sunday Elliot preached about the apostles choosing seven men to assist them with caring for the growing numbers of followers of Jesus. Among those men was Stephen, “a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit.” This is followed by the first of five verses in Acts that speak of the continuing […]

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