Two Kings, Two Kingdoms

David denHartog gives us a challenge for our lives from Psalm 90:12, “So teach us to number our days, That we may gain a heart of wisdom.”  He gives us the example of two Kings and two kingdoms, both found in the book of Matthew: King Herod and the King of Kings, Jesus.  Whatever we invest […]

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Kingdoms in Conflict

Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 2:12-23, a horrific account of the aftermath of the wise men’s visit.  God divinely spares Jesus’ life as a young child, but only so that He could be sacrificed for our sins at the appointed time.  Matthew also clearly shows the consequences of rejecting Jesus and of living in a […]

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The Pull of the Gospel

Don Hunt teaches from John 4:26-54.  Its in-style these days to take something that is junk and redo it; give it a new look and a new plan.  God has done that with our lives as well.  He saved us not just to save us, but to give us purpose and a mission.  He wants […]

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Mazel tov!

Dean Elliott continues the Behold the King series in Matthew 2:1-12, taking a slow and close look at the story of the Magi (or Wise Men).  It is a strange story; one of confrontation and contrast and mystery.  There were people that should have know where to go and what to do, but they didn’t.  And there […]

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Security Questions

David denHartog continues the Behold The King series, taking a look at Matthew 1:18-25.  When we are asked security questions, the answers validate that we are who we say we are.  An early Jew that became a believer might also want to validate that Jesus was who He said He was.  We also need to have our […]

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