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Go From Here

At the close of the Days of Unleavened Bread, we have much we can take with us. Lessons learned, a year ahead to practice, and a future to look forward to. Let us go from here!

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Let Us Keep This Feast

How will we "keep" the Feast of Unleavened Bread?  What should our focus be?  

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Self Examination

Self examination is a prcocess we go through all year long, but is also something at this time of year that we narrow the focus even more.  How should we examine ourselves? 

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Works of the Flesh Part 2

We have two lists that we can use as we examine ourselves. The works of the Flesh and what human beings are prone to focus on, and the fruit of God's Holy Spirit that comes only by being led by or having that spirit,  This is part two...

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Works of The Flesh Part 1

We have two lists that we can use as we examine ourselves. The works of the Flesh and what human beings are prone to focus on, and the Fruit of Gods Holy Spirit that comes only by being led by or having that spirit,  This two part message is...

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The Parallel of Moses and Christ

There are many "types" and parallels in the word of God. Was Moses a type for something greater? How does he compare to the life of Jesus Christ?

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Strength & Courage

Be strong and of good courage. That was an admonition given long ago, but is it a message for us today as well?  Do we need strength and courage?  Do we know what that means?  

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What’s So Bad About the Cross?

Is the Cross something negative?  Isnt it supposed to be a sign of peace?  Should a true Christian wear one? After all arent we all supposed to take up our cross daily?  What's so bad about the cross?

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Giving Account

Are we responsible for what we say and do? What if we arent baptized? When do we become "accountable?"  This message focuses on Giving Account.

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Why Does God Allow Suffering?

There is suffering all around us, and more as we go into the end of the age. Even the people of God suffer at the hands of others, or by the consequences of the sins of mankind. Why does God allow suffering?

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