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True Worship

We’ve been talking about the Holy Spirit throughout the last several weeks and how we need to better recognise him as a part and person of the trinity, and how, when we are able to do that and invite him to abide in us we should begin to see a transformation in our lives; something supernatural. Not necessarily in the sense of performing miracles or raising the dead, although not not necessarily that, but more Read more…

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Bulletin 08/05/2018

Call to Worship: I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.  By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. Worship O, Come to the Altar The Table Mighty to Save Revelation Song Offertory: Oh How I Need You Morning Prayer Message: Supernatural Church Communion Musical Worship Better is One Day Benediction Read more…

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There Is No Try

There is this awesome part in Empire Strikes Back where Luke is training with Yoda on Degobah (stick with me, the nerd talk will end soon) and his X-Wing Fighter sinks into the swamp. Yoda tells him to use the force to pull it back out and Luke says it’s impossible. Yoda tells him he must unlearn what he has learned to which Luke responds, “I’ll try.” and then Yoda says one of the best Read more…

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Knowing God

I think we all, in some way, whether we admit it or not, want to know God in some way shape or form. At the very least we want to know he exists, that there is a purpose to our lives, that he loves and cares for us. But how can we even begin to know that given the evidence (or some would say lack of evidence) for his existence? Life can seem so random Read more…

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Jesus the Healer

The bible is full of stories of Jesus healing people. Sick people, blind people, paralyzed people, even the demon possessed. So, we are naturally led to asking the question: Why doesn’t Jesus heal people today? Why don’t we see more of this type of thing? Isn’t Jesus just as powerful now as he was then? Why, then, is he not making himself known? Well, the simple answer is, he IS healing people. In places all Read more…

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Standing Firm in the Face of Idolatry

In the book of Revelation Jesus, through John, writes to the church in Pergamum and praises them for standing true to the gospel even in the face of martyrdom. A fellow believer, Antipas, had been murdered for his belief, but the church stood firm; it persevered. We also need to persevere. We find ourselves in the middle of a depraved culture, we must renounce the seductive teachings of this world and cling to the truth Read more…

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Lord Over the Storm

There is a story in the bible about Jesus calming the storm that parallels the beginning of the book of Jonah. In both cases, Jesus and Jonah get into a boat and fall asleep in the stern; in both cases a storm arises and threatens to break up the ship; in both cases they are awakened by the other sailors with the same question “Do you not care if we perish?”; and, in both cases, Read more…

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What to do With Christmas in the Wake of Christmas

Another Christmas has come and gone. The hustle and bustle of the season is winding to a close and that dreaded post-Christmas-credit-card-bill is probably in the mail. But as we head towards a new year, I have to ask the question: What do we do with all of this Christmas in the wake of Christmas? What about all those themes and theological truths we’ve been focusing on? What about all that prophecy, and Jesus stuff Read more…

By Jeff Baker, ago