Shadow Of A Doubt, Week 5 — Doubt Reduction

This Sunday is the final episode of The Shadow Of A Doubt.By way of review, we've experienced the following together:When you are honest about where you are, Jesus is faithful to show who he is."To whom shall we go?" . . .  the alternatives to faith stink!When...

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Who In The Hebrew Scriptures Points To Jesus?

I learned something phenomenal this week.Something that I could have/should have learned earlier had I been paying closer attention to the nuances of Romans 4.Back to the question that is the title of today's post:  Who in the Hebrew Scriptures Points To...

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Top Five Tuesday — Top Five Steely Dan Songs

No one ever said Steely Dan was a normal band.Two guys from New York.  Neither one a great singer.  A style that mixes jazz, pop, rock, and reggae.  Lyrics that are irreverent, elusive, and oh-so-70s.When I saw them at Blockbuster Arena; Verizon...

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Where Doubt REALLY Comes From

I have known for several years that on some level behavior precedes doubt.In other words, we don't arrive at our shadow of doubt by objective analysis of relevant facts; most of us instead begin to act a certain way and then circle back around and develop some doubts...

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Doubt’s Big Bang

The sermon is NOT about creationism, evolution, or intergalactic science.It IS about a BIG BANG, however.The Big Bang of doubt.What is the origin of doubt?  Where does it come from and what keeps it going?When you answer that -- and we will on Sunday and I...

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End It 2014

This February 27th, join us and other Freedom Fighters from around the world as we SHINE A LIGHT ON SLAVERY. Draw a RED X on your hand. Tell your world that slavery still exists and YOU WON’T STAND FOR IT. Just use your influence any way you can to help us carry the...

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Laughing About “No Laughing Matter”

The sermon was a lot of fun yesterday.Now:  I didn't think it would be that much fun.But people laughed -- hard -- at some unexpected places, we had some visuals that enhanced the verbals, and the message dealt with an issue people truly needed to process: ...

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