Turn Down For What?

We have been called to participate in the greatest celebration ever known to mankind. Nothing trumps (no pun intended) our call to celebrate Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory. The world cannot offer anything greater than Jesus, but believe me they have tried. Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were told...

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Keep on Keeping On

Last week we asked the question, “Where do we go from here?” Here is the answer, keep on keeping on! Jesus is meeting with another group of disciples, and just like last time they really don’t know its Jesus. He shows up in His own familiar style but with a...

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It Is Finished!

The entire narrative of the Bible is about redemption. God creates and places man in Eden and instructs him on how to live a life of dominion. The first man Adam is given a wife and for a while they enjoy life together in the garden. Before too long satan...

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1st Corinthians

In the sixth chapter of 1st Corinthians we find Paul telling the church what to do with immorality in the congregation. Immorality causes leaks and cracks with significant damage to that which is “United”. We are called to be united with GOD and one spirit with HIM. Immorality damages the...

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Power When the Holy Spirit Comes

The apostle Paul was a man of great faith, power and prayer. He had a tremendous love for the saints of God everywhere. In this passage to the church of Ephesus he found praying without ceasing. He wants the church to be informed through revelation and not just information. His...

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The “X” Factor

Because of past generations and their struggles, we now enjoy life as we’ve never known it before. We stand on the shoulders of these giants and our vantage point is greater all because of them. We attest that the greatest generation is the ones who stand between slavery and freedom....

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The Legacy of a King

Death has a profound impact on all who are touched by its unyielding grip. As we celebrate Black History, we are also in the midst of the Lenten Season. Dually both remind us of the painful price of freedom and liberation. In our text for this morning, Isaiah tells us...

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Is There A Prophet In The House?

The word of God has been described as a mirror. When looking into it we see a reflection of God’s intention for our lives. In numbers 11:29 Moses said, “I wish that all the Lord’s people were prophets and that the lord would put His Spirit upon them all.” What...

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Let’s Get Radical Today!

David was held in disdain by his own wife as he danced before the Lord. David exercised his right to celebrate the goodness of God in recovering the Ark of the Covenant. Michal mistook her husband's actions as something vulgar rather than an intense expression of personal praise. How do...

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