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Mon, Nov 12, 2018
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10 mins 23 secs
From Genesis 45:5-8, Joseph attempts to comfort his brothers concerning the suffering they brought upon him by selling him as a slave to Egypt. His encouragement to them should give us encouragement as it relates to our own suffering.
Sun, Nov 11, 2018
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54 mins 13 secs
Not all religion is good and godly. Some religion is self-centered, opportunistic, and ungodly. Jesus warns about this in this passage and encourages us to be on our guard to keep it from developing in our own lives.
Wed, Nov 07, 2018
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52 mins 56 secs
Mon, Nov 05, 2018
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8 mins 21 secs
Should Christians be involved in the political process? Pastor Dan explains why it's not just a right but a responsibility as free people who live in a free nation.
Sun, Nov 04, 2018
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52 mins 16 secs
Christians are often accused of shoving their faith down the throats of others. This charge has been renewed lately with many Christians realizing their need to be involved with voting. Is this a valid charge? Should Christians avoid the political process altogether? This study addresses this issue and hopes to provide some solid biblical answers to the question.
Wed, Oct 31, 2018
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8 mins 2 secs
We must be careful when it comes to jumping to conclusions about God based upon the tough times we experience. We can't know what's really happening until we get to the end of the story.
Sun, Oct 28, 2018
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53 mins 32 secs
God is faithful to be always all that He is. He is faithful to be just, faithful to be wise, faithful to be loving, faithful to be omnipotent, and faithful to be compassionate. God is a God of great compassion. And if God is a God of great compassion we would expect that Jesus also has great compassion because He is God in human flesh. This study speaks of His great compassion and it's implications in our lives.
Sun, Oct 21, 2018
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52 mins 11 secs
This study examines a different kind of faith - the faith of an outsider. Jesus specifically calls this a "great faith, "but “great” is a relative term. This faith is not “great” as in large in size, because even Peter’s “little” faith was probably greater in that sense. This faith was great because it was an exceptional faith for someone who was an outsider from Israel. It was a faith that was not expected to be found among the Gentiles, yet it is the type of faith that characterizes those who truly seek after God.
Mon, Oct 15, 2018
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13 mins 24 secs
Pastor Dan explains in this Facebook Live video how we can overcome fear in our lives by staying focused on Jesus