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Do you believe this? by Bob Thompson

April 5th, 2015

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When you know Jesus intimately, you trust him instinctively. John 11:17-27 April 5, 2015 Why Lazarus You might find it a little strange to come to church on Easter Sunday and realize the sermon is about a man named Lazarus rising from the dead, not Jesus. There are two reasons for this. First, for most […]

The Hour of Power by Bob Thompson

March 29th, 2015

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In the darkness, he is the same Jesus they have learned to trust and worship. Luke 22:47-53 Feeling Luke’s darkness When Luke writes of Jesus’ arrest, I think he wants us to feel confused. I think he wants us to feel fear. I think he wants us to feel the darkness. I have felt confusion […]

You Might Be A Hypocrite If… by Bob Thompson

March 22nd, 2015

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The bottom line is that I own my own flaws. Luke 13:10-17 March 22, 2015 A few suggestions You might be a Jeff Foxworthy fan if you know where I borrowed today’s sermon title from. Foxworthy says you might be a redneck if your wife has ever said, “Come move this transmission so I can […]

The Meaning of Miracles by Bob Thompson

March 15th, 2015

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Jesus is better. His way and his truth are superior to any false or incomplete religion. Luke 11:14-28 March 15, 2015 I’m a little tired How’s your week been? Mine’s been a little intense since we last gathered. After church last Sunday I preached a funeral, my second in two days for very special people, […]

Rights and Freedoms by Bob Thompson

March 8th, 2015

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You have the right to demand your rights. You will never be free as long as you do. Matthew 17:24-27 Founded on rights In today’s “miracle story,” Jesus does something very odd, from an American point of view. He pays a tax he doesn’t have to pay. Now, be honest. If taxes were voluntary – I […]