This COVID19 time-out that most people are doing right now is putting a lot of strange pressure on families. The most important gift we can give each other in this bizarro C19 world is to show some grace. This message is a timely look at Cain, Abel, and the importance of confession and absolution.
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There might not be a more painful section of the Bible for the church than Romans 13:1-7. How are Christians supposed to respond to a government? What is government supposed to be for? What is government according to the Bible?
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The story of two brothers, Jesus goes to the cross and dies. This is the Good Friday sermon.
A surprising description of one of the most provocative things Jesus ever did. Today we raise our palm branches on this Palm Sunday in defiance of any government that tries to oppress the people of God who are in Christ—in defiance of any evil or power or darkness or fear or virus that tries to crush our hope or steal our joy. We are not afraid. We do not grieve as those without hope, we do not worry like unbelievers.
Behold! We walk through the resurrection accounts and find out that not only is it the story of Jesus rising from the dead—it's your story now, too. Which means there's nothing to be afraid of anymore. That seems like good news.
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