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A Proverbs 31 Blessing (Mother’s Day)

Ladies, what do you think of when you hear about the “Proverbs 31 Woman”? Do you think of a spiritual Wonder Woman? Do you see an unattainable standard that leaves you depressed? How should we understand Proverbs 31? Proverbs 31:10-31 is a poem King Lemuel composed to remind him of his mother’s advice for seeking… Continue reading A Proverbs 31 Blessing (Mother’s Day)

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Thy Will be Done (Genesis 25:19-34)

God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life that might not always seem so wonderful. Consider, this morning, the story of the birth of Esau and Jacob and learn that the faithful may not always understand; but they always trust. If you love God, you trust Him. If you trust God, you… Continue reading Thy Will be Done (Genesis 25:19-34)

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I Am God Almighty (Genesis 17)

Do you ever wish you could start over? Maybe you have convinced yourself that a fresh start would take away all your problems and allow you to live happily ever after? The truth is that simply starting over is only a short term solution because soon you will find yourself wanting to start over again.… Continue reading I Am God Almighty (Genesis 17)

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Live by Faith, not Sight (Genesis 13)

Be careful when making decisions. What may look like Heaven may in fact be Hell. The eyes can be deceived so we must not trust our eyes. Instead, God instructs us to prayerfully seek His will because He always guides us to what is best. In our sermon today, we shall study Genesis 13 and… Continue reading Live by Faith, not Sight (Genesis 13)

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Hope for Divorce (Matthew 5:31-32, 19:1-10, & Luke 16:18)

According to the American Psychological Association, “40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce.” In our day we encounter “No-Fault” divorces and companies that advertise so-called “fast, easy, and affordable” divorce procedures.  One couple decided to drop “Till death do you part” from their vows because they felt, with the current… Continue reading Hope for Divorce (Matthew 5:31-32, 19:1-10, & Luke 16:18)