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If you would turn in your Bibles to the book of Mark, chapter 8.  We find Jesus asking a profoundly important question in this passage.  We may have many questions that are deep and searching.  The first question of the Westminster Shorter Catechism gives us one.  What is man’s chief end?  What is the purpose of life?  And perhaps you’ve asked, “Why does God allow suffering?”  Maybe you...

Good evening.  Glad to be with y’all.  We’re looking at Daniel chapter 5 tonight.  In 1957, at the Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, Johnny Cash recorded a song he wrote about this passage, about this chapter that we’re going to read tonight.  In it he sang these lyrics, “He had concubines and wives; he called Babylon paradise.  On his throne he drank and ate, but for Belshazzar it...

I’d invite you to turn in your Bibles or look on your prayer sheets to Galatians chapter 5.  Louis Armstrong is widely considered to be the greatest trumpet player in the history of Jazz.  When his professional career was really taking off in the years around 1920, nobody had ever heard anybody play the trumpet like him before or he was probably playing the cornet more at that...

Scandalous Grace: Jesus' Meals with Sinners

Turn in your Bibles to Luke chapter or you can look on your bulletin there; you can find it there as well.  We’re in the third part of our series, “Scandalous Grace:  Jesus’ Meals with Sinners,” and we’re here where Jesus encounters a sinful woman.  F. W. Boreham, he was a 19th century pastor and writer, he once wrote that “life is largely a matter of luggage.”  He...

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