“It Is Finished!” John 19:16-37
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“It Is Finished!” John 19:16-37

Tonight we’re going to walk through John’s description of the crucifixion of Jesus. Each gospel writer told the story of the cross, but none of them told it completely or comprehensively. The Holy Spirit inspired Matthew, Mark, Luke and John to write not only what they remember and not only what they have been told,...

“Search Me and Know Me: Then What?” Psalm 139:23-24
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“Search Me and Know Me: Then What?” Psalm 139:23-24

“Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me, and know my anxieties; And see if there is any wicked way in me, And lead me in the way everlasting.” (Psalm 139:23-24 NKJV) What happens when God starts revealing our hearts to us? The word says, “to search me God, know my heart, try...

“Who Is Your King?” John 19:12-16
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“Who Is Your King?” John 19:12-16

Tonight’s passage ends the six phase trial of Jesus that we’ve been talking about for a couple of months. In a span of twelve, no more than eighteen hours, Jesus has been betrayed by a friend, arrested by a crowd of hundreds of soldiers and officers; he had been illegally questioned by the former high...

“Reuniting with the Godhead,” Genesis 1:26
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“Reuniting with the Godhead,” Genesis 1:26

We are in this world, but we’re not of it. We are of the kingdom of God. Our citizenship is in heaven. That said, there is a reason why we are on this earth. God’s plan was to not only extend His kingdom, but also to extend His family from heaven to earth. God knew...

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CORF UPDATE #33 | OCTOBER 23

“This is the verdict: Light has come into the world, but people loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil.” (John 3:19 NIV) What is life about in light of the reality that the Light has come into the world? Are we seeing the Light? Are we walking in the Light? More importantly,...

“Indecision, Disobedience or Belief,” John 19:6-11
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“Indecision, Disobedience or Belief,” John 19:6-11

In this passage, the sixth and final phase of Jesus’ trial is nearing its conclusion. We’ve been talking about this for weeks, but I don’t think that it’s right to run into the next passage without remembering or even repeating the last passage. Thus far, Jesus has been betrayed by a friend, arrested by a...

“Trust In The Lord,” Proverbs 3:5-6
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“Trust In The Lord,” Proverbs 3:5-6

In this week’s sermon, our guest speaker Joanne DiLeo looks at two familiar verses from Proverbs in a new way in order to help us understand just how critical it is for us to “Trust In The Lord.”

“Behold The Man!” John 18:39-19:5
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“Behold The Man!” John 18:39-19:5

So the passage takes us to the sixth and final stage of Jesus’ trail and it begins the journey to the cross. As we’ve been talking about this last few weeks, there wasn’t a single thing done to Jesus on the night of his arrest or the morning of his trial that was just. His...

“The Truth,” John 18: 28-38
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“The Truth,” John 18: 28-38

Tonight’s text brings us to the fourth phase of Jesus’ six phase trial. He was arrested unjustly in the garden, thanks to Judas’ betrayal He was bound by a crowd of as many as a thousand Roman soldiers and officers from the Jewish high priests. He was taken to the home of Annas, a man...

“God’s Heart in the Festival,” Genesis 1:14- 15
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“God’s Heart in the Festival,” Genesis 1:14- 15

What do you know about the so-called “Jewish festivals”? How should we as Christians look at them? Are they still relevant to the wider Christian community? In this week’s sermon David Cohen and Pastor Abie Kulynych teach us about “God’s Heart in the Festival,” His festivals.