Something From Nothing

Something From Nothing Matthew 17:14-20 John 6:1-14 God has a way of taking what seems to be insufficient (or less than enough), and making it sufficient (or more than enough). God is proficient in providing something, out of nothing! I think we’re often tempted to “read-over” some of the miracle stories in the Old & New Testaments without giving them much credence! I mean, we’re practical people who live in a practical world... and we’ve seldom, if ever, seen miracles like the ones described in the pages of God’s Word. And many of the miracle stories (biblical stories of deliverance and salvation) seem pretty imaginative. One family among millions delivered from a great flood in an Ark

Wanting What We Need

Wanting What We Need John 4:7-15 John 6:44-51 Most of the time there’s a pretty big difference between what we want and what we need. I know that, and you know that. We also know, that, sometimes, what we need is actually what we want... and what we want is actually what we need. But not always... and, maybe, not most of the time. I may want a two-door, candy-apple red, convertible Corvette... but I may need a mini-van. Or, I may think I need a “ride”, when all I really need to do... is walk. I may want a porterhouse steak... but I need a salad. Or... I may need a word of correction, when all I want is to be left alone. It works both ways, doesn’t it? Of course, it’s been said that the

Live Your Dash!

Live Your Dash James 4:13-17 You know, everywhere you look you’ll find monuments to life. Every town, or city… along country roads, beside churches, or along highways. We sometimes call them “tombstones” or “headstones” - but regardless, they represent life... life lived. Life that’s ended. And such monuments tend to develop type of character... a uniqueness... they tend to be a one-of-a-kind representation of the person’s life of whom they were placed in memory. For example: Napoleon‘s monument to life, is huge... it looks like a cathedral or a state capitol building. While, Winston Churchill‘s monument, is quite small... simple... even obscure in nature... at least compared to Napoleon

Live the Change!

Live the Change Romans 12:9-21 John Adams... (as some of you know, just happens to be my favorite of the Founding Fathers)... declared way back on July 3rd, 1776, that America’s independence should be celebrated “with pomp and parade, with [shows], games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other... from this time forward [and] forever more.” The very next year, on July 4, 1777, Philadelphia (the City of Brotherly Love) commemorated “Independence Day” by launching 13 rockets - or fireworks - into the night sky. Of course, our “Fourth of July” fireworks and celebrations have changed a little in the years since. In fact, I read where l

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