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Self Serving

“Self Serving” Jonah 3:3                                                                    6/22/14 Two things must happen in order for revival to happen in our lives personally and in the world corporately. First, we must be obedient to God’s will in general.  All that we know that God … Continue reading

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Boaz: The Kinsman-Redeemer

“Boaz: The Kinsman-Redeemer” 6/15/14 Book of Ruth        The Book of Ruth is a love story about a foreign Moabite girl named Ruth and a “prince” named Boaz. Ruth’s first husband died, leaving her penniless and without a protector. She resettled … Continue reading

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The God of the Second Chance

“The God of the Second Chance” 6/8/14 Jonah, Chapter 3             “Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time” (Jonah 3:1). God could easily have given up on Jonah but He didn’t. And in the same … Continue reading

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Jonah’s Provision

“Jonah’s Provision” 6/1/14 Jonah Chapter 2             In spite of Jonah’s rebellion, the word says “the Lord provided” for Jonah. After the sailors threw Jonah into the sea that would have caused certain death, God provided a rescue plan. In … Continue reading

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Jonah Calms the Storm

“Jonah Calms the Storm” 5/25/14 Jonah Chapter 1 Jonah had been asleep through a terrible storm that threatened to destroy the ship he was on until the captain came and woke him up. First the captain rebuked Jonah and then … Continue reading

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How Can You Sleep?

“How Can You Sleep?” 5/18/14 Jonah set out on a course of defiance against the Lord when he refused to go to Nineveh to preach against it. In running away from God, Jonah ran into a storm that would have … Continue reading

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Hannah’s Prayer

“Hannah’s Prayer” 5/11/14 Hannah was a woman who could not have children because “the Lord had closed her womb” (1 Samuel 1:5). Like Abraham and Sarah, having a child meant more than life itself yet Hannah was unable to conceive. … Continue reading

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