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May 24, 2020
Disruptive Faith, Faithful God (Acts 27:27–44)
In this last part of Acts 27, Paul’s FAITH, based on God’s promise and past faithfulness stands out against the FEAR that dominates the life-threatening ship he is on. His faith is DISRUPTIVE because reveals a different LIFE FOUNDATION — one that others on the ship do not have — Jesus.
 
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  • May 24, 2020Disruptive Faith, Faithful God (Acts 27:27–44)
    May 24, 2020
    Disruptive Faith, Faithful God (Acts 27:27–44)
    In this last part of Acts 27, Paul’s FAITH, based on God’s promise and past faithfulness stands out against the FEAR that dominates the life-threatening ship he is on. His faith is DISRUPTIVE because reveals a different LIFE FOUNDATION — one that others on the ship do not have — Jesus.
     
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  • May 17, 2020The Long Night (Acts 27:1–26)
    May 17, 2020
    The Long Night (Acts 27:1–26)
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    In the what seems like an endless and perilous trip, God reminds Paul of His plan and promise. Regardless of how it appears, both Paul and his fellow travelers will be delivered. Although the view doesn't change, Paul is certain that the same One who delivered him in the past will deliver him once again.
     
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  • May 10, 2020Checkmate (Acts 25:13–Acts 26)
    May 10, 2020
    Checkmate (Acts 25:13–Acts 26)
    CheckmateReflecting on his own hostility toward God, C.S. Lewis once said, "Who can duly adore that Love which will open the high gates to a prodigal who is brought in kicking, struggling, resentful, and darting his eyes in every direction for a chance of escape?" With white-hot fury, the apostle Paul tried to end Christianity. Now he longs for the great and small to know Jesus Christ, just like he does. What could possibly change his mind? Just like Paul, God is pursuing us. Real grace and real forgiveness is at hand for both the great and the small.
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  • May 3, 2020700 Sunsets (Acts 24:22–25:12)
    May 3, 2020
    700 Sunsets (Acts 24:22–25:12)
    700 SunsetsOver 700 sunsets come and go as Paul waits for the Lord's promise that he will take the good news about Jesus Christ to Rome. Just like Paul, the people of God often have to wait for His promises to unfold. Very simply, Paul's spiritual secret was to fix his eyes on Jesus.
     
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  • Apr 26, 2020When Full Hearts Speak (Psalm 111)
    Apr 26, 2020
    When Full Hearts Speak (Psalm 111)
    Series: Psalm
    Psalm 111 is a hymn of praise that expresses wonder at God and His unmatched works. The Psalmist's contagious faith calls us to praise the LORD with reverent awe for all He has done!
     
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  • Apr 18, 2020When Heaven Is Silent (Psalm 22)
    Apr 18, 2020
    When Heaven Is Silent (Psalm 22)
    Series: (All)
    Psalm 22 is a Psalm of lament. It expresses the Psalmist’s heart cry when it seems like heaven is silent, but he still trusts in the LORD. It reminds us that there is One who fully understands our sorrows — Jesus. We are never alone. LINKS:
  • Apr 14, 2020EASTER • Luke 24 • Did Not Our Hearts Burn?
    Apr 14, 2020
    EASTER • Luke 24 • Did Not Our Hearts Burn?
     The empty tomb was unthinkable — unthinkable to those who loved Jesus in His day and unthinkable to many today. But what if it is true? The hearts of those who saw Jesus in His resurrected body burned with hope that was inconceivable, but true. Jesus is alive!
     
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  • Apr 9, 2020GOOD FRIDAY It Is Finished • Luke 23 (by Jonathan Parker, Senior Pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church
    Apr 9, 2020
    GOOD FRIDAY It Is Finished • Luke 23 (by Jonathan Parker, Senior Pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church
    Good Friday: It Is FinishedOn Good Friday we remember the high cost of forgiveness and love. Luke 23, records six verdicts regarding Jesus Christ — the council, Herod, Pilate, the crowd, Luke, and us. For those who are in Christ, "It is finished." Our sin debt has been paid in full.
     
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  • Apr 4, 2020PALM SUNDAY King of Glory • Luke 19 (by Jonathan Parker, Senior Pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church)
    Apr 4, 2020
    PALM SUNDAY King of Glory • Luke 19 (by Jonathan Parker, Senior Pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church)
    Luke 19 records how Jesus Christ, the King of Glory, enters Jerusalem to shouts of hope on his pathway to the cross. Palm Sunday is a day to celebrate our humble King who, in love, freely gave His life to save us.
     
     
     
  • Mar 28, 2020Acts 24: A Willful Blindness
    Mar 28, 2020
    Acts 24: A Willful Blindness
     In Acts 24, we see how Paul responds to being falsely accused, he gives the real story, and reminds us of the justice of God. Paul exposes Felix as being alarmed but not enough to turn to Christ. These facts call us to live for the audience of ONE, and to respond to God when He speaks.
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