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Sermon Wrap-Up for April 7

I have two weeks of sermons for you. I need to do some video/audio editing on last night’s, so that’s not here but will be added later if I can get it smoothed out.

March 31 Early Morning Service:

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Luke 24:12

What are you waiting for? RUN!

I. Abandonment for Jesus

II. Public demonstration of abandonment for Jesus

III. Private growth of devotion and understanding

March 31 Morning Service

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The freeze frame looks like a fish story: “It was THIS BIG!”

Outline:

Luke 24:1-11

A Blessed Nonsense

I. Remember His Words

     A. In the dark times

     B. In the confusing times

II. Do not seek life in the dead

     A. Dead world

     B. Dead traditions

     C. Dead pursuits

III. Pass it on

     A. To those you know

     B. To those who need to know

IV. Be prepared to be called....crazy.

April 7 AM

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Why are we here?

I. Gathered together

II. Choosing who to honor

III. Missing the point

1. Politics

2. Economics

3. Social

4. Emotional

IV. Fulfilling Love's Great Commandment

1. The Royal Law

2. Encourage

3. Proclaim Truth

4. Call to Salvation

5. Proclaim Righteousness

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