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I Thirst by bob

March 30th, 2018

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A Good Friday Meditation Jesus knows what it’s like to be needy.  John 19:28-30 March 30, 2018 The simplest word? “Alas, and did my Savior bleed, and did my Sovereign die?” How could he?  He, the Son of God, all-powerful and eternal, one with the Father and the Holy Spirit, how could he die?  He, […]

(The post below includes both reflections by Farrell’s son, Marc, and my own meditation.  For a full print copy of the service, including the picture collages Marc showed during the service, contact the family or email [email protected]) “Dad in Four Phases”                                                                                       Marc Bolick For the past eight years, since his stroke in 2010, I have […]

When God Weeps by Bob Thompson

March 26th, 2018

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Jesus weeps over Jerusalem because God visited and nothing changed. Luke 19:41-44   The mysterious mind of God Regardless of what you think of him politically, Donald Trump is certainly one of the most fascinating and complex individuals ever to sit in the Oval Office. He has surprised almost everyone at one point or another […]

Up a Tree by Bob Thompson

March 19th, 2018

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Is there anyone you think Jesus can’t save? Luke 19:1-10   Why the title The first reason for the sermon title today is so that Jeffrey White will have to fork over $20 to John Moretz. As I was ending my men’s Bible study Thursday morning, John said, “I have a theme for your sermon […]

What Would Billy Say? by Bob Thompson

March 12th, 2018

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God loves you and wants to free you from bondage. Luke 13:10-17   Come, Holy Spirit In honor of Billy Graham, the sermon title today is “What Would Billy Say?” As I listened to and read his sermons these past two weeks, I decided to preach this story in the way that I think Billy […]