Miracles on Palm Sunday — 2019 April 14

How could it be that the Jewish students of the Old Testament, the priests and the scribes, who had memorized, and could have recited verbatim, what Zechariah said about the coming of the Messiah, have missed the moment when it was fulfilled before their eyes?
Do you know that it is possible to write a very complete story, His story of the life of the Lord Jesus Christ, just using the Old Testament? . . . . You can take all the prophecies that are written in the Old Testament, without ever reading the New Testament, put them down in the right order and you would essentially have the same story.

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Neither death nor life . . . nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus."

How Good are Our Ears? — 2019 April 7

Pastor Ken asks, “How good are our ears?” He is talking about our need for prayer. Jesus often went off by himself to pray. We need to practice praying regularly and it is very important to have a time and place for prayer. The other essential is to have our Bible open, meaning that we are in the habit of reading and studying it often. Do we let God love us?

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How do I Prepare for Future? — 2019 Mar 17

The Bible tells us how to face an uncertain future. No man knows what will happen tomorrow so we must not presume we know. We do need to plan, counting on God to direct us. God says we should keep his Word on our mind day and night. With trust in God, we can overcome the fear and discouragement that can be obstacles to our goals. God is in control.

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Photo of a tree looking up through leaves that are yellow toward blue sky with the words, "Learn to do good. Seek Justice."

When Life is Unfair — 2019 Mar 3

Discussing why God allows there to be injustice and suffering in the world. Pastor Ken goes over five different examples of how unfair life can be. Then he lists and explains four reasons that God allows those five kinds of injustice. And, finally, Pastor Ken gives us a list of three things we can do in the face of the unfair world.

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Photo of a child lying in the snow making a snow angel and the words, "For everything there is a season.

To Manage the Unmanageable — 2019 Feb 24

“I know there is nothing better for men than to be happy and do good while they live.” Ecclesiastes 3:12 “God created us for a life of good works, which He already prepared for us to do.” Ephesians 2:10 (GN) “If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done.” Ecclesiastes 11:4 (LB)

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Painting of Jesus with his hand lifted up talking to a crowd, the Sermon on the Mount.

I Just Want to be Happy — 2019 Feb 17

We are enlightened to expect God to meet my needs, or our needs. We are not to expect our spouse or our boyfriend or our girlfriend or work or a hobby or a sport to meet all of our needs. If we expect somebody or something to meet all of our needs, we are going to be disappointed. God said, “Expect Me to meet all of your needs. Trust Me.”

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Photo of a tree in a part with the words "What is twisted cannot be straightened, and what is lacking cannot be counted. -Ecclesiastes 1:15"

What’s the Point? —2019 Feb 10

King Solomon who wrote Ecclesiastes was a seeker on a quest for the meaning and purpose of life. Have you tried to straighten out something that is crooked? Have you tried to straighten out a relationship that just refuses to be straightened out? Have you tried to solve a problem that you just couldn’t figure out? Have you tried to change somebody or a circumstance but you just couldn’t do it?

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Photo of a red barn and silo in dilapidated condition with the words "The Parable of the Rich Fool."

A Wise Steward — 2019 Feb 3

‘Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life.’ . . . Worry does not distinguish between people. It works on the rich, the middle class, and the poor.  Jesus is basically saying there are two types of people. those who worry and those who don’t. And one of these days I want to be like the ones who don’t.” 

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