Manasseh Hope of Repentance

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This sermon takes a different angle on the hero theme we have been on, and looks at an anti-hero. Manasseh was a bad king in Israel, yet he had a change oh heart near the end. Bob takes a look at this transformation and gives us the limerick “old sin, new sin, red sin, blue sin” to remember his wickedness and the hope that no one is too far from repentance.

Note: Here is the link to the song Bob references https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CT8OPGrTg-c

Preached by Bob Finley

Ezekiel Hope of Revival

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The Prophet Ezekiel has a vision that is alarming at first, but reassuring after things are explained to him. In Ezekiel 37, we catch up with Ezekiel in the valley of dry Bones, which relates to the deadness of Israel. Bob unpacks how this vision applies even to our lives and that the prophesy can be seen in action.

Note: Here is the link to the sermon Bob references https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlyGmerlknk

Preached by Bob Finley

The Widow of Zarephath Cafe

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This week’s character study is based on a women who we know very little about, but demonstrates the hospitality, faith, obedience, and trust that should be present in our lives. Looking at the 1 Kings 17, Bob unpacks this old testament story and shows how this woman is transformed by the resurrection of her son.

Preached by Bob Finley

Gideon and Obeying God

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Looking in Judges 6, Marvin unpacks the crazy story of Gideon and how he was called by God to destroy the false idols in his land and obey God in overthrowing the Midianites. This is a clear reminder for each one of us that anything that comes before God is an Idol and we must obey God in whatever he calls us to do.

Preached by Marvin Mobley

Bathsheba the faithful mother

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Sometimes we discount characters in the Bible who experienced sin or went through trials. One example of this is Bathsheba who is usually known for her relationship with David, and not for her role as a mother of Solomon. Looking at 1Kings 2 and other passages Josh expounds how the relationship of Bathsheba and Salomon points to Mary and Jesus.

Preached by Joshua Corrick

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