Got Peace?

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Peace is something all of us need. In Romans 8, Paul, inspired by God, writes a paragraph designed to give us peace for today and hope for tomorrow. What more could you ask for?

I Have Hope – Pastor Bear

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For the last several weeks, Paul has reminded us that as believers, we are still sinful people. We still do things in the flesh. None of us are immune from this. Today, our study in Romans is going to take us in a new direction. Paul now emphasizes our security in Christ in spite of […]

I’m a Spiritually Bipolar Christian!

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According to Mental Health America, about 1 in 40 adults live with a mental bipolar disorder…and many are untreated as they don’t know they have it. According to Romans 7, all of us live with a spiritual bipolar disorder. The good news is treatment is available. The question is, will we recognize our problem and […]

I Fought the Law and the Law Won

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Rules are an interesting thing. Sometimes we hate them. Sometimes we love them. But it terrifies us to imagine a world without them. In Romans, Paul tells us that we are no longer under the law (God’s rules). Today we will discuss what this means and whether God’s law is still valid for us today.

Roosevelt v Paul

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Sometimes comparisons are good – “You’re just like your dad!” Sometimes comparisons are bad – “You’re just like your dad!” Whether good or bad, comparisons can sometimes help us see things for what they are and in our passage today Paul gives us some comparisons to help us understand why obeying God is so important […]

God Likes Fruit Salad

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Having faith in Christ does not mean you are a mature follower of Jesus Christ. In fact, the journey to full maturity will never be reached here on this earth. In Romans 6 Paul calls us to continual action and challenges us to live for righteousness which will result in growing Christian maturity; our sanctification.

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