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As we finished our sermon series in Ezra and Nehemiah, you may have gotten a sense that the story was still… incomplete. The Lord restored His remnant people and rebuilt His kingdom, but the old patterns of sin and rebellion returned all over again. And for 400 years, God’s people cried out, waiting for the King of the Kingdom to come. Well, in the Gospel of Matthew, the answer finally comes. We encounter at last the good news of the arrival of the long-anticipated king. And his name is Jesus. The books of Ezra and Nehemiah long for the Savior King; the Psalms resonate with the Savior King; and, as we saw at Advent, the whole bible ultimately points to this Savior King: Jesus Christ. But who is King Jesus? What did He say? And how can we know Him even now? Join us this Spring, Summer, and Fall as we meet King Jesus face-to-face in the Gospel of Matthew, seeking to truly experience personally the Good News of King Jesus together.
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Quintin Legler - February 12, 2023
Religion or Relationship: Nehemiah's Example
Scripture References: Deuteronomy 30:16, John 3:16, Nehemiah 1:5-11, Romans 12:2, Deuteronomy 19:9, John 17:3, James 5:16, Deuteronomy 11:22, Mark 22:37, 1 John 1:9, Deuteronomy 11:13, Joshua 23:11, 1 Kings 11:1-6, Deuteronomy 11:1, Joshua 22:5, Galatians 2:19-20, Deuteronomy 6:4-5, Deuteronomy 30:20, Romans 5:15-19, Deuteronomy 7:9
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Micah Labovitch - November 6, 2022
A Leader, Courageous and Humble from God's Hand
From Series: "Ezra: The Lord Restores His People"
For seventy years in exile and captivity, the people of God were chastised and broken. Having ignored hundreds of years of warnings from His prophets, God finally allowed Jerusalem to be destroyed and a remnant to be taken to Babylon. His people were devastated, distraught, and disciplined. But then, the call for restoration came. We have all been there. The Lord has allowed us to face the consequences of our choices, and sometimes they have been severe. But then, by the grace of God, the call of restoration comes. This is where the book of Ezra begins. Join us as we study Ezra together this fall, looking at the restoration of God’s people, and how it all ultimately points to the final restoration His people will have in Jesus Christ.