Morning Devotions Series

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Seeing Jesus Clearly

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   February 9, 2016   |   New Testament, Mark   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

 The story of Jesus healing the blind man (in Mark 8) is surprising in many ways. It is also revealing how difficult it is to see Jesus clearly.

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From Age to Age the Same

Resident Faculty, Dennis E. Johnson   |   November 17, 2015   |   New Testament, Hebrews   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Hebrews

Hebrews shows us that Psalm 102:25-27 reveals the eternal permanence of God's Son, our Savior, Jesus.

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Living By Faith, Not By Sight

Our nature is to do what is right in our own eyes, but the book of Judges directs us to look to  the King of Kings. A king whom we don't see today, but whom we are called to trust in faith.

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Enthroned in Heaven

 Jesus, our priest-king, is seated in Heaven.

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You Must Be Born Again

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   November 24, 2015   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The foundational notion of being born again describes not just a life-changing past event, but the essence of our present life in Christ and the future of a glorious new creation.

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Gospel Boasting

We were reminded by Paul that all our sufferings – insults, slanders, hardship, persecutions and difficulties – if suffered for Christ’s sake become the perfect opportunity (as weakness) for the manifestation of Christ’s glory.  And for that reason, "his grace is sufficient for you".

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May God’s Grace Abound

Paul calls us to repentance and to demonstrate gratitude for the reconciliation that we have in Jesus Christ.

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For This Reason I Bow My Knees before the Father

Guests, James Lee   |   November 10, 2015   |   New Testament, Ephesians   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

Learning from Paul's example--not only what he prayed but also that he prayed.

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