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Sermon and Music Info - August 2, 2020

Part 16 - MelchizeWHO (Hebrews 7:1-10) Songs: My One Comfort Come Thou Fount A Mighty Fortress Grace Alone...

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This Sunday's outdoor service has been canceled (July 26th)

This Sunday's physical gathering at Marietta High School has been canceled. Below is a detailed explanation as to how we came to this decision as well as how we're moving forward from this point. We long to gather again as a church and we're confident that God will provide a way for that to happen in His timing....

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The World Needs Jesus

Hebrews Blog Post

Unless you have been living under a rock, you know that we are living in a tumultuous time right now. Americans, who were already feeling the frustrations of the coronavirus related restrictions and the related economic pressures, were further inflamed when we all saw the video of a white police officer further restraining an already handcuffed black suspect by kneeling w...

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Rest that Remains

Hebrews Blog Post

So what kind of rest are you longing for? Is it physical rest—either sleeping or just sitting down for a few minutes? Is it rest from the emotions and thoughts coursing through your mind and heart? Might it be rest from some difficult circumstances?...

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The Necessity of the Church in the Christian Life

Hebrews Blog Post

Unfortunately, in our technological age, for many genuine Christian community is not a priority in their lives. Our culture is becoming less personal. Research indicates that today's youth would prefer social media over socializing. This trend is having a widespread impact and the Church is not immune to it....

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Consider Jesus

Hebrews Blog Post

At the core of this idea of "considering" Jesus or "imitating" him is the notion that we begin by looking to him. My friends and I were students of our favorite athletes. We watched them play and attempted to copy their techniques. If a player had a unique stance in the batter's box, we tried to copy it. With the introduction of the adjustable height basket hoops, ever...

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Difficult Doctrines and the Importance of Being Good Students of Scripture

Hebrews Blog Post

You will always find me cheerleading for Bible literacy. I can't overemphasize the importance for each and every believer to be not just a reader of scripture, but a genuine student who approaches the scriptures with a desire to learn and understand. When we avoid or ignore the areas of scripture that challenge us, then we leave ourselves susceptible to being "tossed to ...

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United to Christ in Suffering

Hebrews Blog Post

Who among us can't relate to feeling that way? It is in the midst of our own sufferings that we most need to be reminded that we are united through faith to the Suffering Servant. Jesus, "in whom the whole fullness of [God] dwells bodily" (Colossians 2:9), was unlimited in his power. We want to experience that kind of power in our own lives. For most of us, we use what...

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Letters to my son (Week 5) This is how we know

Blog Post Letters to my son

If only we could think like God. Imagine if every one of your thoughts was holy, every motive pure, and every idea good. If you could think like that then your thoughts would only result in a perfectly holy life as well. In other words, you wouldn’t sin if you thought like God. If we want to be righteous like Him then we must be willing to change how we think. ...

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Jesus: Life-Giving Savior, Empathetic High Priest, and Reigning King

Hebrews Blog Post

Being a Christian can, in many ways, feel as if you live in two drastically different realities. When we read in scripture, we are confronted with all of these powerful exhortations and beautiful truths of who we now are in Christ...loved, redeemed, adopted, guarded, holy, chosen, reconciled, blessed, etc. But then we close our Bibles, leave the comfort of our favorite r...

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