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Miseries (James 5:1-6)

A sermon from Casey Gray.

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Neglecting a Great Salvation (Hebrews 2:1-4)

The first chapter of Hebrews has established the vast superiority of Jesus, the Son. He is the final message of God to the world. The Son was appointed heir of all things and through him the world was created. The Son is the radiance of the glory of God and the exact imprint of his very being. He uphold the universe by his powerful word. He made purification for sins and sat down at God’s right hand becoming more superior than angels because of the name he has inherited. We noted that the writer of Hebrews declares that this book is a “word of exhortation” (13:22). This book is written to encourage the people to not give up. After declaring the greatness and superiority of Jesus in these ways, the writer of Hebrews gives his first word of encouragement in Hebrews 2:1-4.

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Tear Your Hearts (Joel)

A sermon from Casey Gray.

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Why Must We Carry a Cross? (Mark 8:27-9:1)

Who do people say that I am? It is the question that Jesus asks his disciples as they are going to villages of Caesarea Philippi in Mark 8:27. Who do people say that I am? Think about answering that question today. Who do people today say that Jesus is? I think we would get all kinds of different answers. Some would say that Jesus amounts to nothing more than a religious teacher. Some would say he is a good person like Ghandi or Mother Teresa. Some would say that he was a prophet. Even the answers about who Jesus is differs in the religious world. Mormons say Jesus is the product of a physical union between God and Mary. Jehovah’s Witnesses say Jesus is an exalted created being like Michael the archangel.

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