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As we get into the letter, we see that the Corinthians are being proud and headstrong. So in response to their strength, Paul speaks the message of the weak and foolish gospel to them, to persuade them to become a weak church, who trust in the weakness of the cross, and not in the strength of personality or influence.…
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In this passage, we see people struggling to see Jesus clearly. With the crowds, with the Jewish religious leaders, and even with Jesus’ disciples, they struggle to see who Jesus is and why he’s here, because they struggle to see past their own pride, or expectations. But by the end of the passage, Jesus could hardly state it more clearly: He’s her…
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In the lead up to Christmas, we’re going to be singing a lot of carols and Christmas songs. But in this three-week mini-series, we will be going all the way back to the original Christmas story, to hear some of the songs that were sung about the birth of Jesus. In this talk, we look at Mary’s song of joy and faith, and how it points us to the Chris…
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In this one-off talk before the carols, we see two young boys explain God’s kingdom to a proud and fearful king. Because God’s kingdom is so simple that even (or especially) a child can understand it: Trust in your Father, who has done provided everything for you in Jesus, and depend on him.Kirjoittanut Village Church
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Jonah finally arrived at Nineveh, and gives his sermon. And against all odds, the people turn to God. As a prophet, should have been Jonah’s dream. But God loves to work through weak and broken people to show his strength and glory. And so, God is powerfully at work, even through this reluctant, cold-hearted prophet.…
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Last week, we saw that Jonah wants no part of God’s mission, or God’s calling for his life, and he runs in the opposite direction from God’s calling. Now, we see Jonah singing from the belly of a fish. What are we to make of this odd story, and what does it say to us about Jonah’s heart, and our own?…
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We’ve just looked at the book of Habakkuk, and we saw the prophet go from questioning God’s plans to praising his name. Now in the book of Jonah, we meet an even more reluctant prophet. Jonah wants no part of God’s mission, or God’s calling for his life, and he runs in the opposite direction from God’s calling. As Sam starts this series for us, thi…
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