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2/19/2020
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Job 31:1-25
Jesse Lusko
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2/16/2020
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The Cure for "I" Disease
Romans 15:1-6
Skip Heitzig
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Selfishness is part of our basic human nature. It is the default position for every human being. Left unchecked, everybody would focus on himself and live only to please himself. But redemption brings with it a different lifestyle—one that is focused on others, patient with faults, and motivated by a sense of unity in the church. Let’s consider a fourfold strategy to counteract selfishness and promote harmonious living.
From the series: Heart & Soul: A Study through Romans
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2/12/2020
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1 Thessalonians 1-5; 2 Thessalonians 1-3
Skip Heitzig
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The apostle Paul wrote 1 and 2 Thessalonians in response to a report that some errors and misunderstandings about his teaching had crept into the church at Thessalonica. But Paul also used the opportunity to encourage the believers there, exhorting them in the Word, warning them against pagan immorality, and urging them to remain steadfast in God's truth in the face of persecution.
From the series: Bible from 30,000 Feet - 2018, The
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2/9/2020
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Gather, Love, and Act: Bombard the World with Love
Hebrews 10:24-25
Skip Heitzig
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Reload Love’s mission is to convey God’s love by fighting back with tenderness toward children who have been impacted by terror. For six years, Reload Love has provided trauma relief, medical supplies, academic programs, and playgrounds and other safe spaces for children caught in the crossfire of terrorism. Now, the vision has expanded to include supporting church plants and in-country evangelists. On this Love Bomb weekend, Pastor Skip shares the need to come together as a family to act upon God's great love.
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2/5/2020
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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words
Revelation 1:12-18
Brian Nixon
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A picture can portray an idea as quickly, effectively, and profoundly as the written word. But what did Jesus look like? In the absence of a photograph or true portrait, what do artistic renderings of Jesus communicate? In this message, Pastor Brian Nixon compares earthly portraits of Christ with John's heavenly vision of Christ from the first chapter of Revelation.
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2/2/2020
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Acceptance, Judgment, and the Essential Point of Nonessential Points
Romans 14:1-6
Nate Heitzig
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Today it seems that the church has become known for being judgmental and critical, not just toward unbelievers but even among fellow Christians. That's why we must focus on our commonality in Christ alone. In Romans 14, Paul addressed two groups of Christians—Gentile believers and legalistic Jews—who were causing division and friction among the early church. In this teaching, Nate Heitzig shares how to navigate the nonessential points of our faith while embracing unity in the essentials.
From the series: Heart & Soul: A Study through Romans
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1/29/2020
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There Is Room
Luke 7:36-50
Taylor Bronisz
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There is room for everyone at the feet of Jesus. When Jesus was eating at the house of Simon the Pharisee, a woman interrupted their dinner. Simon and his guests saw themselves as self-righteously superior to this woman and did not make room for her or truly welcome Jesus into their hearts. The woman, on the other hand, realized her desperate need for forgiveness and life change—and she left with a new identity and renewed future.
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1/26/2020
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Wake Up Call
Romans 13:11-14
Nate Heitzig
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We are a fallen people living in a fallen world. Romans 3:10 says "none is righteous." There is evidence all around us that Jesus is setting the scene for His return, and Romans 13 is Paul’s call for the church to prepare for that event. Jesus Himself told us to "occupy till [He] comes" (Luke 19:13, KJV). In this message, Pastor Nate Heitzig explores the apostle's wake-up call to believers and helps us understand how we can effectively occupy until Jesus returns.
From the series: Heart & Soul: A Study through Romans
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1/22/2020
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Flight COL01
Colossians 1-4
Skip Heitzig
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On this flight, we see how the young church in Colossae became the target of a heretical attack that included angel worship, the depreciation of Christ, and reliance on human wisdom. In Paul's letter to this church, he refuted the heresy by exalting Christ as the very image of God, the preexistent sustainer of all things, the head of the church, and the first to be resurrected.
From the series: Bible from 30,000 Feet - 2018, The
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1/19/2020
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Amazing Grace: Lessons from the Life of William Wilberforce
Eric Metaxas
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When Christians don't live out their faith, the surrounding culture suffers. New York Times best-selling author Eric Metaxas shares how God used one man to change the godless, broken society of nineteenth century England for the cause of Christ. William Wilberforce helped bridge the gap between a nominally Christian culture and vibrant Christian conviction. Find inspiration in the impact one person can have when they are obedient to God's calling.
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1/18/2020
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Skip Heitzig Interview with Eric Metaxas
Eric Metaxas
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When Christians don't live out their faith, the surrounding culture suffers. In Pastor Skip Heitzig's candid interview with New York Times best-selling author Eric Metaxas, we learn how God used William Wilberforce to change the godless, broken culture of nineteenth century England for the cause of Christ. Find inspiration in the impact one person can have when they are obedient to God's calling.
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1/15/2020
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Philippians 1-4
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Referred to as the epistle of joy, Philippians contains the message that joy is possible in all of life's circumstances, including suffering. Paul wrote this very personal letter while in prison, and despite his trials, he rejoiced over the caring and generous church in Philippi and encouraged them in unity, humility, and prayer.
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1/12/2020
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The Christian and Government
Romans 13:1-7
Skip Heitzig
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There has always existed a tension between God’s people and human government, especially when we are not in favor of those who are in power. We may find it hard to “render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s” (Matthew 22:21) while being faithful to God. The Christians in Rome were no different when Paul wrote this letter. Let’s consider five principles that form a practical theology for Christian believers in relationship to secular human government.
From the series: Heart & Soul: A Study through Romans
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1/8/2020
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Ephesians 1-6
Skip Heitzig
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Who are we in Christ? In Paul's letter to the church in Ephesus, he answered that very question as he addressed a group of believers who were ignorant of their spiritual wealth in Jesus. He explained how the Christian is the bride of Christ, a temple in the Lord, and a soldier for the gospel. On this flight, we see how Paul also emphasized unity among believers, describing the church as a body that works together for a common goal.
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1/5/2020
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Love Is a Verb
Romans 12:9-21
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Perhaps the most overused (but under-practiced) word in human language is the word love. We use the word for everything that includes a mild liking of a meal to having intense affection for another human. Paul is far more practical, knowing that love will show itself in the form of action. Love is a verb. He shows us how the hallmark virtue of Christianity, love, is shown among other believers and in the world, even when they hate us.
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The Cure for "I" Disease

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Selfishness is part of our basic human nature. It is the default position for every human being. Left unchecked, everybody would focus on himself and live only to please himself. But redemption brings with it a different lifestyle—one that is focused on others, patient with faults, and motivated by a sense of unity in the church. Let’s consider a fourfold strategy to counteract selfishness and promote harmonious living.

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