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Over sixty Psalms in the Bible are really prayers of lament. These types of prayers are God's people calling out to Him in their pain and grief. We don't often hear many sermons that talk about expressing our prayers to God in our deep and painful seasons of life. This message will take us into Psalm 13 to point to how we can pray to God when we ex…
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Darby Creek Church is having a prayer emphasis the month of April. To coincide with this, Pastor Greg is doing a miniseries titled "Pray Boldly". The first message in this series will examine Isaiah's bold prayer "Send Me" in Isaiah 6:1-8. May God help us to boldly come before His throne of grace because of Jesus. May He help us to trust Him as we …
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If we live our lives focused on the reality of Jesus' return, we might be more careful how we spent our time and how we treat others. In the Scripture passage before us in Luke 12, Jesus urges His disciples to be ready for His return. Those who have been given greater spiritual responsibility (i.e. church leaders) will also have to give account for…
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As Jesus calls His followers to not get caught up in the world of materialism, He knows that trust in our Heavenly Father's provision is paramount. Being anxious about whether we will have enough can cause us to focus less on living a God-ward life. In this passage, Jesus is assuring His followers that if they have the right priorities, then God wi…
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In Luke 11:37-54 Jesus takes on some of the religious leaders and exposes the traps they have fallen into and the traps they have unknowingly laid for others that are keeping people from heaven. Be careful though. These warnings are not just for religious leaders. They are warnings all of us need to heed!…
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Isaiah the prophet speaks of Jesus Christ when he says, "The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who dwelt in a land of deep darkness, on them has light shone." (Isaiah 9:2). What does it mean that Jesus is the Light of the World? How does this metaphor apply to us? Join us this last Sunday of Advent as we explore this impo…
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In a world filled with war and violence, it’s difficult to see how Jesus could be the all-powerful God who acts in human history and be the embodiment of peace. But physical safety and political harmony don’t necessarily reflect the kind of peace He’s talking about in John 14:27. There He says, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not a…
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After reading about the sending out of the 72 on mission and then learning how to be a good Kingdom neighbor, we come upon an interaction between Jesus, Mary and Martha. What is the point of this interaction? Why is it placed here after all this instruction about being on mission? That is the focus of this message on Luke 10:38-42.…
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Tim Keller once said, “If you look around, you look at your loved ones, you look at your family, you look at your friends. Either you will face death yourself because you will be dying younger than is our want, or you will live a long time and face the death of the other people around you. Christian hope gives you something to deal with that, gives…
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We will be exploring the life of Gideon the Old Testament prophet. In the book of Judges, we see Gideon initially as a weak and fearful man who did not see himself the way God did. However, God used this weak man to do extraordinary things! Stories like the life of Gideon remind us how great our God is and how He loves to use weak vessels to accomp…
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Paul tells us in his letter to the church in Rome, "For if you live according to the flesh you will die, but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live." (Romans 8:13 ESV). Last week we saw how important it is for believers to know and believe that sin is no longer master over them. This week we will examine some practic…
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A short time after Jesus explained to His disciples how hard it will be to follow Him, Jesus invites several of them to come with Him on a trip to the mountain. What happened there on top of that mountain would encourage and strengthen them for the path ahead. We too can draw strength and encouragement from this passage in Luke 9. Join us as we con…
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Jesus sends us out into the world to be His witnesses. He has not sent us out to fend for ourselves but provides us with all the necessary power to do ministry in His name with confidence. Join us this Sunday as we go through the first six verses of Luke chapter 9. In this passage, Jesus sends out the 12 on their first mission trip. We will see the…
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Our faith and trust in God is tested deeply when we find ourselves in desperate situations. Will we trust God when we don't see the end to our hardship? Will we let fear get the best of us or will we choose to believe God and put our hope in Him? As we study the last section in Luke chapter eight, we encounter two people who begged Jesus to help th…
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If you have any hearing loss, you know how much this impacts your day-to-day life. In an even more important way, our "spiritual hearing" affects our walk with God! In Luke 8:1-21, Jesus impresses upon the disciples (and us) the importance of how we respond when we hear God's Word and about His will for our lives.…
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