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Pray like Moses, keeping his hands in the air until his shoulders burn and his arms are shaking because if he lets them drop, everyone he loves, all he cares about, will be destroyed. Exodus 17:8-13
We will not live in fear, because we serve a God who brings the dead to life. Ezekiel 37
A dramatic interpretation of Luke 16:19-31.
"Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on me, a sinner."Luke 18:9-14
Our inheritance, our hope, and God's power at work in us is a life that will never end, resurrection from the dead. Ephesians 1:11-23
Biblical instructions on how to give. Reposted from 3/24/19, "The Soggy Dollar" Part 3
God gives, so we give. And the measure you give will be the measure you get back. 1 Timothy 6:17-19
Steps to simplify our lives bring contentment from God by revealing what is truly important. Hebrews 13:5-6
When the American Dream becomes a nightmare of affluenza and credititis, we must ask God to transform our hearts through disciplines of simplicity and generosity to bring us contentment and joy. Proverbs 21.5
Growth is a part of life. Pain comes with it naturally, and we must remember that we are bound together by grace. Acts 15
How we take care of and support each other when we need help is foundational to what it means to be a church family and enables us to reach out to others. Acts 6:1-7
Jesus commands that his brothers and sisters forgive and reconcile with each other when relationships are broken by sin. Matthew 18.15-22
What makes us a family at Saint Paul is the faith that has been passed down to us, and the Holy Spirit that leads us into the future unafraid. 2 Timothy 1:1-7
No matter what your relationship with Jesus Christ is, he wants to have a better one with you. Ruth 4
When God redeems, it is to deliver people from a dangerous or life-threatening situation related to slavery by claiming the person as God's own possession, and making them a part of God's family. Ruth 4:1-10
We must take scandalous risks for mercy and kindness. Ruth 3
Boaz shows us how our family at Saint Paul can cultivate young men and young women who reject the culture of violence against women and replace it with a culture that is always looking to protect someone who is vulnerable. Ruth 2
Ruth shows that God's family extends faithfulness beyond boundaries of culture or blood, even at risk of security. Ruth 1:6-18
A letter to George, a baby baptized today in our worship. Isaiah 43:1-7
When he feeds 5,000+ with 5 loaves and 2 fish, Jesus shows us that in the kingdom of God, there will always be enough. Luke 9:10-17
The wall looks good on the outside, but inside it's all eaten by termites, falling apart. Luke 19:1-10
The rainbow points, the water, falling on our heads at baptism points to God's promises to save, based on God's faithfulness and sealed by the Holy Spirit.
If we recognize and act in relationships with other human beings based on each person’s inherent value and worth as image bearers of God, then we will not shed each other’s blood. Genesis 8:13-19; 9:1-7
When the storm comes, God will remember you. Genesis 7:11-12, 17-24, 8:1-4
God saves all God's creatures in the church. Even the mosquitoes. Genesis 7:1-10
God is not red with anger. God is blue with heartbreak over the ruined world. And God will rebuild it. Genesis 6:5-22 Image By Фтещт Нфтлщмнш - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0.
Stop looking for life among the dead. Luke 24:1-12
Luke 19:28-44. Credit to Brian McLaren for the idea behind this monologue.
The story of the rape of Tamar. She calls her brother to a better life, one not defined by relationships of power. Discretion is advised. 2 Samuel 13:1-22
"It seems that all my bridges have been burned, But you say 'That's exactly how this grace thing works'; It's not the long walk home that will change this heart, But the welcome I receive with every start" - Mumford and Sons. Joshua 5:6-12
We give to the church because we are God’s people, followers of Christ, we give to the poor because we are human, all equal, gifted with abundant resources to share. Nehemiah 12:44-47; 2 Corinthians 8
Simplicity is the spiritual discipline that Wesley describes as, “save all you can,” and Jesus describes in the Sermon on the Mount, “Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing?” (Matthew 6:25). 1 Timothy 6:6-10
We are entrusted by our Lord with tremendous amounts of resources to use in his service to increase his reign. Matthew 25:14-30
"Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike?" - John Wesley. 1 Corinthians 12:12-27
Jesus teaches a way of life that is total impractical. Here are two stories of people who lived this way. Luke 6:27-38
God stands with the poor, hungry, suffering, and oppressed. Where do you stand?Luke 6:17-26