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Daily Dependence

Guests, Adriel Sanchez   |   September 29, 2020   |   New Testament, Matthew   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Prayers

What does it mean to ask for daily bread?   

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Justification, The Love of God, and Boasting

In Romans 5:1-11, the Apostle Paul preached the bad news of our sin and the good news of our free, once-for-all, justification and salvation. The heart of passage is that, in Christ, God loves sinners, justifies them, saves them, and as a consequence, sanctifies them by his love and Spirit. 

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A Parable of Two Prayers

Guests, Chuck Tedrick   |   September 22, 2020   |   New Testament, Luke   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Prayers

This devotional explores Jesus' parable about two people who pray. One is proud and confident of his  alleged avoidance of sin and good works; the other recognizes his sin and cries out to the Lord for mercy. Mercy is what he received.

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Boasting Subverted, Boasting Inverted


All human boasting is subverted by the surprising grace of God's calling and election. The Christian's boasting is inverted, redirected away from ourselves toward the cruciform glory of Christ our Mediator.
 

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Thy Will Be Done

Guests, Chuck Tedrick   |   September 15, 2020   |   New Testament, Luke   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Prayers

This devotional examines Jesus' request to avoid the cross, if possible; coupled with his wholehearted resolve to endure the cross for his people. This is not merely an example of radical obedience, but the foundation for the forgiveness, righteousness, and reconciliation of the Christian.

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But God . . .

God has robbed the graves of his people

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I Prayed For You

Guests, Chuck Tedrick   |   September 8, 2020   |   New Testament, Luke   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Prayers

This devotional unpacks Jesus' praying for Peter that his faith would not fail and the implications for us that our faithful High Priest lives to intercede for us. 

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President’s Chapel - Fall 2020

 "To those who struggle with faith and life, Paul assures that nothing - absolutely nothing - that can keep us from the love of God in Christ Jesus."

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Love Bears, Believes, Hopes, and Endures All Things

Westminster Seminary California Professor A. Craig Troxel gives a morning devotion from 1 Corinthians 13.

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Love Rejoices with the Truth

Westminster Seminary California Professor A. Craig Troxel gives a morning devotion from 1 Corinthians 13.

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Love is not Irritable or Resentful

Westminster Seminary California Professor A. Craig Troxel gives a morning devotion from 1 Corinthians 13.

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Love is Unselfish

Westminster Seminary California Professor A. Craig Troxel gives a morning devotion from 1 Corinthians 13.

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Love is Humble

C.S. Lewis wrote that the first step to “acquire humility” is “to realize that one is proud. If you think you are not conceited, it means you are very conceited indeed.” Lewis is probably correct that pride shadows us more than we know. Thankfully the Word of God helps us to see how we can re-orient our lives, speech and motives more humbly. Moreover, the eternal Word become flesh helps us to see what humbling oneself looks like; especially when it is motivated by love.

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Love is Earnest

When Paul says "Love does not envy" he is addressing the earnestness of our desire. A strong or intense desire is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, Scripture tells us to "earnestly desire" higher spiritual gifts among other things (1Cor 12.31). But if we desire or love something in the wrong way and to the wrong degree, then we have entered into the realm of envy. The darkness of envy will not rest until it has snuffed out its rival, even if that rival is the "light of the world." 

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What Is Love?

This series of chapel talks (based on 1Corinthians 13) is intended to answer the question, “What Is Love?” Few questions could be more important or more practical. Our “greatest” duty is to love God with all of our heart and to love our neighbor as ourselves. So, if we miss this, we have missed the most obvious thing of all. This first lesson looks at the two sides of love—in what it is determined to endure and what it is willing to give.

Love is Passive and Active (1Cor 13.4)

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