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A LOVE LETTER FROM OUR HEAVENLY FATHER!

Acts 17:10-12 I once read a news article about an American soldier who was sent to Vietnam during the war. While there he fathered a daughter with a Vietnamese woman. Tragically, the daughter soon became an orphan. Her mother died, and her father left when the American forces pulled out of the country, so she was left without either a father or mother. The father lost all hope of ever seeing his young daughter again. Of course, tensions were high between the United States and Vietnam for a number of years following the war. He couldn’t just go back to try and find her. With the mother dead, he had no way of trying to locate his daughter. And then one day quite a few years later, in a n

I BELIEVE IN THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS

RomANS 3:21-26; 5:8; 6:23; PsALM 103:12; Micah 7:19; I JOHn 1:7; 2:2 One of the basic tenets of any fair system of law and justice is that the punishment must fit the crime. Fairness requires that if someone has committed a crime, their punishment must be neither too severe nor too lenient. It would not be right to give someone a life sentence for shoplifting a few apples. Nor would it be appropriate to sentence someone to mere probation if they committed murder. If there is to be true justice, the punishment must fit the crime. Today we will wrap up our series on the basics of the Christian faith by looking at the last three phrases of the Apostles’ Creed, which says: “(I believe in) th

I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH

Matthew 16:13-20 Henry Ward Beecher was pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Brooklyn, New York, from 1847-1887. Throughout those 40 years he not only pastored that church but he also had an extensive preaching and speaking ministry. During his lifetime he was known as “an oratorical giant”. He was considered the most popular and widely known preacher in the United States. He had a reputation like Timothy Keller, or John Piper, or Charles Swindoll, or Max Lucado have today. Once I saw an advertisement in a magazine I receive announcing that the Plymouth Congregational Church, the same church Henry Ward Beecher was pastor of more than a century ago, was seeking a new pastor. A

THE KING IS COMING

John 14: 2-3; I Corinthians 3:10-15; Psalm 94:1-7 I imagine one experience we all go through from time to time that we do not find at all enjoyable is waiting. Whether we’re a student waiting for the end of the school year, expectant parents waiting for the birth of our child, unemployed and waiting to be hired, sick and waiting for our health to return, or perhaps waiting for the coming an old and dear friend we haven’t seen in years, waiting can be unpleasant to say the least, and even a real struggle. It is especially difficult when the thing we are waiting for is completely out of our control; there is nothing we can do to speed up the process. And it becomes even more difficult when t

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