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Close to the Broken Hearted

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Whether it was the fact that your childhood was full of broken moments or your more recent circumstances have been full pain and sadness, most of us, if not all, have experienced trials and tribulations. These trials can make us feel broken and wearied.At times, our brokenness can make us feel isolated and far from God. However, the opposite is true. Psalm 34:18 it says, "...

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When the Answer is No

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Did you ever ask for something from your parents when you were younger and they said no? Maybe it was a no to spending the night at your friend's, maybe it was a no to a new toy that you wanted, or a no to the extra piece of birthday cake. As a child, hearing "no" was pretty confusing. Why can't I have another piece of cake? The first piece was delicious so why can't I hav...

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The Sermon on the Mount: An Invitation to Human Flourishing

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"All men seek happiness. This is without exception. Whatever different means they employ, they all tend to this end. The cause of some going to war, and of others avoiding it, is the same desire in both, attended with different views. The will never takes the least step but to this object. This is the motive of every action of every man, even of those who hang themselves."...

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To Everything There is a Season

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As I begin to write this, I sit on my couch with the hot sun shining through my windows. Physically, it is spring outside. What about emotionally though? Does it feel like spring to you? Or does it feel like a really long winter that you just can't get out of? Some of us may feel like we're in a season of summer, some like spring, and some will feel like winter. In other w...

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Identity with Christ in Matthew

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In our sermon series through the Sermon on the Mount and our Closer Look videos through Matthew, we've highlighted quite a lot about the person and identity of Christ. Who Jesus is, of course, matters quite a lot for our understanding of the gospel. Fundamental to our discipleship is the recognition that the gospel isn't a call to adhere to a set of disembodied moral regul...

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