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One classic John Piper sermon or conference message for each day of the year, based on listeners’ recommendations and feedback. Piper is founder and teacher of desiringGod.org and is author of more than 50 books. His sermons, books, articles, and more are available free of charge at desiringGod.org.
 
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Pastor Mitchell Cruit This text is tailored to teach us that when God isn’t king, devastation reigns among God’s people. 6 Pictures of the Devastation that Reigns Among God’s People When God Isn’t King God’s people fight God’s people rather than God’s enemies. (20:1-11, cf. Eph. 6:12, Col. 1:9) God’s people defend their tribe rather than God’s just…
 
The focus of worship this Sunday will be the Confirmation of 5 of our youth. They went through confirmation classes last winter and spring, and due to the COVID outbreak, we waited until we felt we could safely confirm them together as a class. That time is here! Be sure to join us for worship at 10:30 on Facebook Live, as we, the gathered communit…
 
I love Jesus’ response in today’s Gospel. And there’s a lot of theology going on in between what is actually said. I explored some of that and how it relates to Moses’ conversation with God. Because I think it’s all about the image of God…which points to another part of Scripture… I worked with Exodus 33.12-23 and Matthew 22.15-22, both of which ca…
 
Our first reading for this weekend is taken from that wonderful middle section of the book of the prophet Isaiah. This particular passage is fascinating and conveys a very important but often unremarked upon biblical truth: Israel is God’s chosen people—of all the nations of the world, God chose the Jews to be his special priestly people—but biblic…
 
When have we have succeeded and not been rewarded? How do all the “insignificant” details of our lives function to help achieve God’s purposes in our lives? Have you ever experienced a great delay only to later see that it was ultimately profitable? What about a dramatic reversal where you were certain one outcome was assured only to have the table…
 
In this, the third, chapter of Esther we are introduced to the enemy. Colin Adams highlights four important features of this enemy. First, his is a very old enmity, of at least one thousand year’s standing. Second, he is a proud enemy, demanding recognition. Third, he is a murderous enemy when he doesn’t get it. But, lastly, we are given a tiny hin…
 
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