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4-5-20 Journey to the Cross: Death

Download a pdf of the notes here: JTTC Death 4-5-20 notes  

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3-22-20 Journey to the Cross – Lament

Click here to download – JTTC Lament 3-22-20 notes Lament – a way to get the hurt and pain off of you and onto God. Psalms of Lament seem to have 5 parts to them: Protest – Here’s the problem

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Defensive or Offensive Prayer

Let me tell you something I’ve learned on my prayer journey – sometimes my prayer life takes a defensive posture.  Things happen, and then I go into prayer mode to pray over it.  This isn’t a bad way of praying,

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Unshakeable Foundation

Unshakeable foundation.  Do you have one?  Listen, my life has been touched by many storms, all while living in what I would say is the center of the will of God.  I’ve dealt with things like tragic death and rejection by those

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Jesus withdrew to pray

Today the psychologists, the psychiatrists, the sociologists, the medical doctors, they will say that if you pour yourself out, expect to be depleted and the best thing to do is to get silence and solitude.  Really?  Isn’t it interesting there was

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Get a Word

I want to share something with you that I never caught before when studying the Christmas story.  Luke 1:38 (ESV) 38  And Mary said, “Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be to me according to your

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Master the Mundane

Take a minute and think about your daily routine – things you do pretty much the same, day in and day out.  Isn’t it a challenge at times to see these regular ‘duties’ of life as exciting?  For instance, every

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Helmet/Hope of Salvation

August 4, 1995, was the day I married Megan.  On that day I was declared married in the eyes of the state of Indiana.  Today, I am no more and no less married than I was on August 4, 1995. 

Posted in Message Replay, Prayer/Devotional Thoughts

Breastplate of Righteousness

Wearing the breastplate of righteousness involves walking securely in your imputed positional righteousness by virtue of the cross.  You didn’t earn this.  You didn’t do anything to deserve this.  But God in His love placed your sin on Jesus as

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Obedience in the Battle

Something I never mentioned in this past week’s message but meant to was the role of obedience in the spiritual battle.  The word obedience is a word that most of us relegate to dog training, but it is absolutely essential

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