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 Date: Sun, Nov 19, 2017       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: Jonah 2:9
In the belly of a big fish, deep in the Mediterranean, is a strange place to make plans for thanksgiving, but that's where Jonah was and that's what he did, made plans for thanksgiving while in a whale of a mess.
 Date: Sun, Nov 12, 2017       Teacher: Jon Carrell      
 Passage: Philippians 2:12-13
We hear this phrase in the Bible repeatedly that we are to "fear the Lord" or that we need to have "the fear of the Lord". What does that actually mean?
 Date: Sun, Nov 05, 2017       Teacher: James Slone      
 Passage: Romans 10:14
The Reformation reclaimed and received the great message of justification by faith. Martin Luther and the reformers preached that we are saved by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.
 Date: Sun, Oct 29, 2017       Teacher: James Slone       Series: Reformation
 Passage: Matthew 4:17
The first thesis in Luther's 95 Theses cites the subject of Jesus' first sermon-repentance (Matthew 4:17). In fact, the first four theses are about the nature of true repentance. A return to real repentance was not only essential for the Reformation, but it is essential for our salvation and holy living today.
 Date: Sun, Oct 22, 2017       Teacher: James Slone       Series: Reformation
 Passage: Romans 1:17
Martin Luther considered Justification by Faith to be "the summary of all Christian doctrine" and "the article by which the church stands or falls." We live in dangerous days. We may not need another full-blown reformation, but we certainly need to remember and reemphasize the great Scriptural truths that revived the Church in those days 500 years ago. Let's look at some essential biblical teachings that Luther and others of the Reformation period experienced and proclaimed, truths we still must hold on to today.
 Date: Sun, Oct 15, 2017       Teacher: James Slone       Series: Reformation
Martin Luther did not set out to start a rebellion. He was not a fire-breathing, fed-up radical hammering his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church, the event commonly associated with the Reformation. His hammer was the Word of God (Jeremiah 23:29).
 Date: Sun, Oct 08, 2017       Teacher: Jon Carrell      
 Passage: Proverbs 1:32-33
 Date: Sun, Oct 01, 2017       Teacher: James Slone       Series: Hope
 Passage: Titus 2:13
Paul not only ways that we have hope, he says we have blessed hope, a future full of blessings, and future that itself is blessed. All that says that the future expectations of those who have put their faith in Jesus Christ is better than good.
 Date: Sun, Sep 24, 2017       Teacher: James Slone       Series: Hope
 Passage: 1 Peter 1:3
Peter wrote a letter of hope, sure hope, hope for the future anchored in an event that happened in the past. By the third verse of his letter, Peter breaks into a doxology, a praise to God, in which he defines the nature and basis of that hope.
 Date: Sun, Sep 17, 2017       Teacher: James Slone       Series: Hope
 Passage: Romans 5:5
Hope is not listed as a fruit of the Spirit, but there are plenty of Scriptures, including Romans 5:5, which tell us that it is through the ministry of the Holy Spirit that God empowers us to hope.

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