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This morning I had the privilege of hearing Pastor Rick Elzinga preach on Psalm 95. Here is a summary of his sermon in one sentence: Our worship should be joyful, thankful, centered on God, which results in a softened heart that believes and obeys God.

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This morning, I had the privilege of hearing Pastor Rick Elzinga preach on Psalm 88. The following is a summary of his sermon in one sentence: God understands our discouragement – if you have any doubt, simply look to the sufferings of Christ on behalf of His people.

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I had the privilege this morning of hearing Pastor Rick Elzinga and four other men preach a sermon called “Wisdom from the Aged.” Here is a summary of their sermon in one sentence: A commitment to God’s Word, His mercy and grace, discipline, and being a blessing will help you live for the Lord wherever He has placed you.

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This morning I had the privilege of hearing Pastor Joel Lundy preach on Romans 2:14-16. God has given every human being a conscience, which we should use as a basis for proclaiming the gospel to everyone.

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This morning, I had the privilege of hearing Pastor Rick Elzinga preach on Psalm 78:1-8. What follows is a one-sentence summary of his sermon: The older generations of Christians must teach the younger generations who God is, what He’s done, and His Word.

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I had the privilege of hearing Pastor Rick Elzinga preach on Psalm 36. Here is a summary of his sermon in one sentence: The two sides or reality are the sinfulness of man and the righteous character of God.

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I had the privilege this morning of hearing Pastor Mitch Lamotte preach on 1 John 1:1-10.  Here is a summary of his sermon in one sentence: Faith in Jesus Christ produces fellowship with God and forgiveness from sin.

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