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“Intimacy and Power of Pentecost,” John 14-16

In the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about a practical guide to being the church from the book of Titus. We’ve looked at self-control, sound doctrine and submission, words and themes that were repeated often in Paul’s letter. Tonight we come to the theme that Paul repeated more than any other in his instructions...

“Alive,” Romans 6:1-11
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“Alive,” Romans 6:1-11

John 19:30 says, “When Jesus has received the sour wine, he said ‘it is finished’ and bowing his head he gave up his spirit.” The Greek word that we translate “it is finished” is “Tetelestai.” It means to bring to an end, to complete, to accomplish. I love the way this word is described in...

“Remembered,” Luke 23:32-43
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“Remembered,” Luke 23:32-43

We talk fairly often about how forgetful we are. How we forget about the things we should remember, but also as we have a tendency to remember the things we should forget. God is so aware of our forgetfulness that he’s made a way for us not just to remember, but also for us to...