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This morning I had the privilege of preaching on John 2:18-22. Here is a summary of my sermon in one sentence: The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the ultimate proof of His identity and authority.

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Thanksgiving (the holiday) may be over, but the giving of thanks should never stop. David Murray is spot on with his statement that when we give thanks, the place to start is with God. He guides us through Psalm 104 in order to show us Who and what we gives thanks for. You can read it here.

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This came out a few weeks ago, but it’s still very relevant and important. What is the state of theology in the United States? Not very good. Read this study co-sponsored by Lifeway Research and Ligonier Ministries. We’ve got a lot of work to do, but it’s a tremendous opportunity!

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This morning I had the privilege of preaching on John 2:12-17. Here is a summary of my sermon in one sentence: Jesus displayed His holy, perfect zeal for God, His Father, when He cleansed the temple.

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Brian Najapfour provides six truths, drawn from the Word of God, about sickness. I highly recommend it! You can read it here. We need to think about these issues before we go through them.

(Note: Earlier, I mistakenly cited Don Whitney as the author of “Six Truths about Sickness.” The author is, in fact, Brian Najpfour. My apologies to Brian, and a reminder to me to be more thorough and attentive.)

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I had the privilege this morning of preaching on John 2:1-11 (the wedding at Cana in Galilee). Here is a summary of my sermon in one sentence: In His first sign – turning water into wine – Jesus displayed His active participation in life, His amazing power, and His extravagant provision.

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There are many of us that are willing to do great things for the Lord, but few of us are willing to do the little things.

D.L. Moody

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