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This week's message, "Behold Your God!"

Sunday, January 24, 2021

This week's message, "Behold Your God!", is from Isaiah 40:12–26. You can view it on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the message is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "Why do we find it so hard to trust in God when things get tough, when the way gets hard, when the future looks bleak, when the promises seem empty? Could it be, as J. B. Phillips once said, that our God, the one we conceive of, is too small; or as J.D. Greear put it more recently, that he’s “not God enough”? Without even meaning to, or realizing it, have we diminished God in our thoughts to the point where we have no real expectation of help from and hope in him? Let’s see what remedy the prophet offers us here …"

This week's message, "Comfort … Glory to God!"

Sunday, January 17, 2021

This week's message, "Comfort … Glory to God!", is from Isaiah 40:1–11. You can view it on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the message is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "The longer we live, it seems, the more we’re confronted with disappointment, persistently and convincingly, and hope starts to look just naïve and silly. We get disappointed in our ideals, in romance, in our careers, in people we trusted, in ourselves and we start talking in terms of sheer desperation. So what are we to do when all human hope has let us down? Well, ironically, that’s when we’re finally ready for the only real hope there is."

This week's message, "Who’s in Charge Here?"

Sunday, January 10, 2021

This week's message, "Who’s in Charge Here?", is from Daniel 4:28–37. You can view it on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the message is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "Who’s in charge here? Who’s in control of the world? Is it God? Is it us? Is it one political party or another, one nation or another? Is it the Devil? Who’s in charge in the world today? As we try to think rightly and Christianly about such things, and they’re crucially important questions, we first have to ask, “What do the Scriptures say?” As we said last time, we’re resolved to believe God’s Word, to obey God’s Word, to tell God’s Word to the world, and then to wonder, treasure, ponder, and praise God for the truth. So, let’s hear God’s Word on all of this."

This week's message, "Resolved!"

Sunday, January 03, 2021

This week's message, "Resolved!", is from Luke 1:57–66; 2:1–21. You can view it on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the message is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Pastor Spencer says, "Perhaps never before has a “heart of wisdom” been so needed as now, in these strange and ferocious days. We live in times of a great lack of focus and a fundamental loss of center. One social analyst has labeled this the “confetti era,” where all events, ideas, values, people are the same size and weight—just pale pink and green, punched out, die-cut wafers without distinction—fluttering down each on our own erratic course, none joined to any other, none connected. It’s a disturbing picture largely because there’s so much truth to it. Oh, what can break the deadly spell constantly being cast by the spirit of this age, guide and guard us on our journey, and nurture a heart of true wisdom in our lives all along the way? Well, only one thing …"

This week's message, "An Unexpected Journey"

Sunday, December 27, 2020

This week's message, "An Unexpected Journey", is from Acts 16:1-10. You can view it on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.  As always, the message is available on the recent sermons section of the web site or from your favorite Podcasting app.

Ken Stockdell says, "O the plans we had for 2020! But suddenly in March, seemingly without warning, all our plans were set aside. We’ve managed to muddle through thus far, but wrestling all the time with questions about how we plan our lives in the midst of all this uncertainty. As we seek guidance on how we should respond to all this, it occurred to me that the apostle Paul faced similar unexpected changes of plans during his second missionary journey. What can we learn from him about how to deal with the unexpected journey that 2020 has become and the impact of that on 2021 as we look forward? Let’s look at Acts 16:1-10 and see."

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