Category: Weekly Devotional

Life In Tents

Weekly Devotional

On Sunday both Anthony and Jamie shared on 2 Corinthians 5. Our bodies are tents, but our lives in Christ is eternal. As our earthly bodies struggle and groan we seek to push our perspective to one that is eternal. We run a race to see Jesus knowing that what we have now is temporary….

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Dressing Right For the King – Weekly Devotion.

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I should premise this post by saying, there is no dress-code for Sunday Church. Everyone is welcome to come as they are. An encounter with Jesus means you won’t stay as you are. Sunday in 2 Peter we looked at Chapter One. Peter reminds us that everything has been given and done in advance for…

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Return to the Well – Weekly Devotion

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As we finished out the Haggai series we looked at the Idea of Righteousness having to come from the source. The converse however is true, that wickedness is contagious. Daily we should return to the source of our holiness and find renewal. We should also be aware that each day we will encounter wickedness which…

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Weekly Devotion – Margin Matters.

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As a follow-up to Sunday’s Message on Haggai I wanted to give some helpful tips so you you can develop some margins into your life and into your finances. Before we get there a couple of quick passages from the Old Testament on the subject of margins in our life. When you reap the harvest…

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Weekly Devotion – Quotes on Jesus

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With Easter over and a new week upon us I thought that I might share some of the quotes from the Easter sermon in this weeks devotion. Many people have been asking for them and I feel they give good points of discussion. Who do you say Jesus is? With Eternity written on our hearts…

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The Zacchaeus Perspective

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Zacchaeus encounters Jesus with no miracles, no wonders and no preaching. Just through Jesus’ life and wisdom. Zacchaeus an outsider, wealthy but alone has an encounter with Jesus that radically alters his life. Jesus was never looking at the walls of the city as he entered in Luke 19. The walls of Jericho were nothing…

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