Sermons tagged with ‘sin’

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The “Justifier”

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When Jesus was on the cross, God put one hand on the world and the other hand on Jesus and transferred all my sins to Je- sus—“He was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed. All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned every one to his own way; and the LORD hath laid on him the iniquity of us all.”

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Where Are the Nine?

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Sin levels the playing field—Sin puts us all in the same boat. These nine Jewish lepers had no problem being in the same company with a Samaritan leper. Under normal circumstances they would never remain in the presence of a Samaritan.

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Jesus Teaches on Marriage

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God hasn’t changed His mind about it. Since God instituted marriage in the book of Genesis, God’s Word defines what a marriage is— NOT society; NOT the Constitution; and NOT the Supreme Court.

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Jesus At The Pool of Bethesda

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John 5:1-9 Last week we saw Jesus at the Sea of Galilee. “After this,” Jesus walked from Galilee to attend a feast in Jerusalem (v. 1). As we walk with Jesus through the pages of the Bible, every step He took was a step of mercy, grace, and truth. In today’s text, Jesus’ steps lead […]

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Temptation of Christ

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Matthew 4:1-11; Mark 1:12-13; Luke 4:1-13 The accounts of Matthew and Luke vary in the temptation of Christ: There were more than the three temptations mentioned (Luke 4:2). Matthew records the temptations in historical order. Luke records them in theological order based on 1 John 2:16: “Lust of the flesh (vs. 3-4), the lust of […]

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Ten, the Nine, and the One

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Thanksgiving is more than a holiday we celebrate—it is a condition of the heart! More than a DAY—it is a DUTY.
Thanksgiving is not an OPTION. It is an OBLIGATION! We are commanded to always give thanks in all things!

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Reconciling the Love of God and Hell

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…most of us don’t like thinking about hell. The question we face is: “How can a loving God allow people to go to hell and burn forever?” Most of the time, people use this question as an excuse to justify their rejection of God and the Bible.

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