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https://youtu.be/MEXgc35zqSQ Sermon Outline:  One of God’s greatest sources of encouragement for us is His presence found in other people. Our tune: Confidence in Christ.   The command for confidence included:  Do not be afraid I am with you No one will attack you to harm you Our song: The message of Christ Telling others about Christ requires you to understand who you are in Christ. Our reason: For the people of Christ “Church” means...
If you grew up in the 80s and 90s as I did, you’re familiar with the idea of mixtapes. Mixtapes were a way of creating a compilation of music that could be played in any Walkman, car stereo, or boombox. Mixtapes back then were what playlists are to us today, except they took about one hundred times as much effort (and about a one-one hundredth the capacity). If you liked a girl and wanted to...
The Bible is clear that every Christian is called to care for others. This includes generously giving of our time, resources, and ourselves. It can be easy to get caught up in our own lives and forget about the needs of others, but we are called to put others first. In this blog post, we will discuss what it means to care for others selflessly and how we can do it effectively! First, get your...
Probably the most recognizable site in the world is Temple Mount, The Dome of the Rock. The significance of Temple Mount dates back to the time of Abraham, where he took his son Isaac to be a sacrifice on Mount Moriah. Later on Solomon built the first temple to God on this “mount” where all Jews would go during festivals each year in order to offer their sacrifices. After Solomon's temple was destroyed Herod...
The City of David! Not to be confused with the “old city” of Jerusalem that you can see with Temple Mount, The Western wall, etc…The City of David was built on the southern (tongue-shaped) portion situated between the Kidron & Tyropaean valleys. Just in the last 5-10 years archaeologists have uncovered an extensive portion of the city that was previously hidden under new layers of occupation. Under King David’s rule, the City of David...