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Sermon Synopsis: Life is rarely picture perfect. Surrounded by Covid, political division, and the virus of racism that is plaguing our country, it seems hard at times to communicate with God. Habakkuk gives us a glimpse into how, even with … Continue reading
Sermon Synopsis: A religious scholar asked Jesus, “What’s the greatest commandment?” When Jesus answered, “Love God and love your neighbor,” the scholar, making his won moral judgment, said, “You are right!” Still, today, when moral and spiritual claims are made, … Continue reading
Sermon Synopsis: Power—the ability to compel others to yield—always stands under the moral judgment of legitimate authority. Even God’s power is constrained by the moral authority of justice and mercy. God’s authority is rooted not in divine power but in … Continue reading
Sermon Synopsis: They kill widows and foreigners and murder orphans. “The LORD isn’t looking,” they say. “and besides, he doesn’t care.” (Psalm 94). God help us do better than that.