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Stephen Johnson - November 29, 2020

The Glorious Exchange

Baptism is an outward sign of an inward reality; when we confess Jesus Christ as Lord, we exchange our sin for his righteousness. If we live as the rulers of our own lives, we walk a broad path towards wrath. When we surrender our seat on the throne to the Lord, we receive his love, peace, mercy, and grace and Jesus pays the debt our sin creates -- that is worthy of celebration! Take time in prayer and reflection to analyze who sits on the throne of your heart. If you've never surrendered to Jesus as Lord and Savior, today is the day! If you're still struggling with trusting God, confess that to the Lord and watch him work! If you are walking with Jesus, go to the Lord in prayer and ask him to reveal where you may be tempted to climb back on the throne you surrendered. 1. Have you fully surrendered the throne of your heart to Jesus? 2. If not, what is preventing you from surrendering the throne? Consider talking that over with a trusted Christian friend. 3. In what areas of your life are tempted to climb back on the throne?

Scripture References: 2 Corinthians 5:17-21

From Series: "Made New"

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Stephen Johnson - July 12, 2020

The Ten Virgins

In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus assures us that he is returning, his return will be sudden, and we are to be watchful. In this sermon, we will learn what it means to be watchful, what watchfulness isn’t, and how biblical watchfulness impacts the way we live. Jesus is returning. The time may be unknown, but what is known is what we can do while we wait. Reflect on the priorities, activities, thoughts, and beliefs that distract you from the eternal implications of your daily life. Ask God to remove anything that holds you back from giving all of who you are to Jesus. Act upon what he shows you in the Bible, in Christian community, and in prayer.

Scripture References: Matthew 25:1-13

From Series: "Moral of the Story"

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