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Life in the Will of God

When God is at the center of my life, the pressures drain away. I can pursue my plan my way, but it will lead to futility. Or, I can submit my plan to God, and it will lead to peace." raw near to God, and he will draw near to you. " - James 4:8

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Submit Yourselves

The beginning of James chapter four gives us three imperatives to consider as we learn to submit ourselves to God.

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Misplaced Desire

Our desires lead us to either a life of peace or a life of war. God makes a way for us to experience the former and shows us how in this next section of James.

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The Remedy

The Roman governor Pilate loved the crowd, caved in to the crowd, and crucified Christ - all for political and personal gain. The sad truth is that there is some of Pilate in all of us. But God has a remedy to save us from ourselves, and the crowds we so often love.

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What's My Mindset?

Mark 13 is dense and sometimes difficult to understand. But, from it we can glean a deeper sense of urgency for life. We don't have long on this earth; are we making the most of it?

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Render to God

This Sunday we will be examining the tribute that was required to be paid to Caesar and we'll discover the incompatible demands of God and Tiberius.

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Empty

This Easter we consider three words that lead to fullness in Christ as we continue our way through the book of Mark.

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Die to Live

To deny self and take up a cross contradicts every personal desire and cultural norm. Our flesh cries out for self to be pampered, and carrying any type of cross is to be avoided at all cost. But the way of Jesus is radically different. And ironically, when we follow this way of denial and death, a fountain of life follows. Looking for more out of life? You’ll find it if you’re willing to die.

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Repentance

Jesus called John the Baptist, “the greatest man who ever lived.” We know the reasons for the sudden death of other great men: Lincoln, JFK, MLK Jr. and others. But what caused John the Baptist to be beheaded? It comes down to one universal word; a word that was applicable as much in 1st century Jerusalem as it is in 21st NoCo.

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