Found in Matthew 5:1-12, the beatitudes (from an old latin word meaning blessings) are eight pronouncements of blessing Jesus makes to his disciples. Jesus came as a merciful king to rescue rebels out of the kingdom of darkness into his kingdom of light. These two kingdoms stand in stark contrast to each other. In the […]

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Found in Matthew 5:1-12, the beatitudes (from an old latin word meaning blessings) are eight pronouncements of blessing Jesus makes to his disciples. Jesus came as a merciful king to rescue rebels out of the kingdom of darkness into his kingdom of light. These two kingdoms stand in stark contrast to each other. In the […]

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Found in Matthew 5:1-12, the beatitudes (from an old latin word meaning blessings) are eight pronouncements of blessing Jesus makes to his disciples. Jesus came as a merciful king to rescue rebels out of the kingdom of darkness into his kingdom of light. These two kingdoms stand in stark contrast to each other. In the […]

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Who is Jesus? Many people and a variety of faith groups will gladly tell you who they think Jesus is. As we work to explore Jesus’ “I Am” statements in the gospel of John we have one simple goal: Listen to the one voice that matters most. Who does Jesus say that he is?

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Who is Jesus? Many people and a variety of faith groups will gladly tell you who they think Jesus is. As we work to explore Jesus’ “I Am” statements in the gospel of John we have one simple goal: Listen to the one voice that matters most. Who does Jesus say that he is?

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True worshipers of Jesus remain connected to him (abide in him) by consistent meditation of the Word and prayer in the Word. This abiding produces fruit (evidence, results, change) in the lives of those who abide. In fact, the Bible is clear – one can profess to be a christian without abiding in Christ, but one […]

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Who is Jesus? Many people and a variety of faith groups will gladly tell you who they think Jesus is. As we work to explore Jesus’ “I Am” statements in the gospel of John we have one simple goal: Listen to the one voice that matters most. Who does Jesus say that he is?

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