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After telling the Syro-Phoenician woman that the Jews should eat before the Gentiles, why does Jesus go to the Gentile territory of the Decapolis? They bring a deaf man who…

Temple of Herod

December 6, 2015
Today we “walk” through the Temple of Herod, the temple Jesus visited. We will locate where the priest Zacharias was offering incense when God’s angel told him that his barren…

Thankful for Adversity

November 25, 2015
It is hard to be thankful in hard timesaver when we know God is with us. So what needs to change so we can be truly thankful?

Here Comes the King!

November 29, 2015
Today we begin a new church year and start preparing our hearts for the celebration of Christmas. As we light the first candle of the Advent wreath, we recall the…

Construction of the 2nd Temple

November 29, 2015
Today we study the rebuilding of the Temple under Ezra and notice how this effort was supported by non Jewish monarchs. Local people opposed the rebuilding when the returning exiles…
The Old Testament Prophet Daniel was given a breath-taking vision of God the Father, sitting in glory on his heavenly throne. Daniel also saw Jesus, “one like a son of…

Remarkable Gospel of Mark

November 22, 2015
The Pharisees and scribes want to know why some of Jesus' disciples eat without washing their hands. Why is this such a big deal? Why does Jesus call them hypocrites?…
Today we studied the destruction of Solomon’s Temple under Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. We examined the kings and people who were deported to Babylon And how the Temple treasures and people…

Someone Has to Teach You

November 15, 2015
This week we depart from the appointed Scripture lessons in order to highlight the blessings of Holy Baptism. Both a young adult and an infant will be baptized into Christ…
  Today we concluded our study of the construction of Solomon’s Temple in I Kings and II Chronicles. We also defined the “Oral Torah” and how it is recorded in…
Today we compare the two records of the Temple Construction in I Kings and II Chronicles. How are they similar? How are they different? Some of the critics of the…
After feeding the 5,000, Jesus made his disciples get into a boat. Why were they reluctant to go? Where were they supposed to go? Jesus came to them walking on…
This week, we observe the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church while our High School Youth participate in the 30 Hour Famine to feed the hungry. Both beg…
On this All Saints’ Day, in the Old Testament reading, God tells the Israelites to train their children to know, love, and worship Him. That’s something saints do. They think…
Today we consider the feeding of the 5,000. What does Jesus want to teach us about Sabbath rest? What does Jesus want to teach us about daily bread?
This morning we read from I Chronicles the account of David’s preparations for his son Solomon to construct the temple. How young was Solomon so his dad felt he had…

Thy Kingdom Come

October 27, 2015

Today we walk through the spectacular Temple that Solomon built, dramatically different from the Tabernacle of Moses. Why did Solomon install 10 wash basins in the outer courtyard instead of…
Today we finish studying what the Hebrews says is similar and different between Jesus and the high priest and sacrifices of the Old Testament. Sound dusty and boring? Just the…
THE TITLE OF TODAY’S SERMON IS: “The Secret to Mastering Money.” We all want to manage our possessions, but let’s be honest – it usually manages us. How can we…

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