Sermons by David Snodgrass

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Living Out God’s Story: Easter 2017

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NOTE: The recoding level is low for the first few seconds, but after that it improves to normal recording quality. Date: Sunday, April 16 Text: Mark 16:1-8 Synopsis: When we’re living out the story of God we always have to be prepared for the unexpected.  

Who is Jesus: part 6

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Date: Sunday, April 9 Text: John 15:1-17 Synopsis: The ability of branches producing fruit remains completely in their connection to the vine.  

Who Is Jesus? Part 4

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Date: Sunday, March 26 Text: John 14:1-14 Synopsis: So where are we going? Perhaps we shouldn’t think about where we are heading as a “destination” but as a purpose. Jesus is the WAY to show us our purpose.  

Who is Jesus? Part 2

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Date: Sunday, March 12 Text: John 8:12-20; John 9:1-25 Synopsis: Blindness is not determined by seeing or not seeing, but by recognizing the revelation of the works of God in Jesus.

Who Is Jesus?

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In a world that would simply settle for “manna” or stuff that keeps leaving us hungry, Jesus is offering “real bread” which will satisfy and bring wholeness.

RelationSHIFT: our relationship with others (gossip)

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Date: Sunday, February 26 Text: James 3:1-12 Synopsis: Do we want to use our words to represent “fresh water”  or “salt water” in the lives of people? As Christians, our relationship with Jesus Christ should be represented in how our words are “fresh water” that give life and build up instead of tearing down.

RelationSHIFT: our relationship with our spouse

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Marriages full of grace are important because we serve a God who is full of grace and we need to represent that. Our marriage is a testimony. It is a testimony to those we work with, our neighbors and those with worship with. Most importantly, our marriage is testimony to our children (grandchildren.)

RelationSHIFT: Our relationship with God

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In a twist of irony, we find that giving up our lives gives us the life we so desperately wanted all along. This is what happens when we stop playing “would you rather…” or other games with our relationship with Jesus Christ. When we push the games out of the way we can come to God broken and He can fill us up.