Peace (Psalm 145)

With all the hustle and bustle, pushing and shoving (and that is just finding a parking space at the mall) this hardly seems to be a “season of peace” and yet we are reminded that the coming of the Messiah ushers in a measure of peace, for He truly is the Prince of Peace. David […]

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The great themes of HOPE and FAITHFULNESS are traced through the books of Daniel. We discover God giving hope to those in exile, wisdom to those needing understanding, and protection to those in times of trouble. All these provisions come to those who demonstrate faithfulness to an ever-faithful God who is firmly in control of […]

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Some moments in life make you stop and exclaim “My goodness! How great God is!” In this paragraph, Paul pauses in his writing to the Roman church and does just that. He praises God for the work He has done and the work in which He has allowed Paul to be a part. Listen as […]

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Paul writes to the Roman church to remind them of the powerful working of the Gospel in transforming lives. He is preparing to travel to new and different areas of ministry in Spain and wants the Roman believers to have a part in his travels. He reminds them of just how great a change God has […]

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As we make our way down The Pathway of Hope we have seen that those made righteous by God are set free from sin – it no longer has claim on their life, no longer has claim to their allegiance, and no longer has claim to their destiny. We have also seen how those made […]

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The gracious love that God pours out on those who trust the finished work of His Son makes a tremendous difference in their lives. The reign of life that begins at the moment of salvation is new and different – so how should one live in that life? Paul asks a question and gives two […]

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