OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

It seems there’s a lot of bad news lately. A sample of recent news headlines report and warn of disconcerting realities that range from
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Beginning in November 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the letter of Paul to the Romans. Below
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It’s easy to become preoccupied with temporal needs, stressors, and desires and end up giving God the leftovers of our time, energy, and resources.
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Psalm 29 is a call to worship God the way he deserves to be worship, because of who he is, what he can do,
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One of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring things is to have a water’s-edge view as a storm builds and works its way in across
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Likely battling for the title of “most-ignored-and-forgotten-book-of-the-Bible” is the prophecy of Zephaniah. Perhaps that’s because it’s so short (three chapters) that if the pages
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The Bible, as a book, is as epic as it is unique. Written by some forty different authors across three different continents over the
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Life is always going to be difficult, but we can avoid a lot of hardship and needless struggle when we are prepared and practice
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When summarizing books of the Bible, few do it better than Walk Thru the Bible Ministries. Here’s what they have to say about the
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Matthew 17 ends with a short and strange story involving a temple tax, a parabolic rhetorical question, and a wealthy fish; all tied together
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Scripture is clear that, for those who follow the Lord Jesus and proclaim the riches of his saving grace, causing some offence is unavoidable.
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“Almost three thousand years ago, the ancient Assyrians began to flex their muscles. For the greater part of the period from the end of
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After the glorious mountaintop experience at the beginning of Matthew 17, Jesus, James, John, and Peter return to find the other 9 disciples in
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Any believer can handle a non-Christian saying, “Yes, I want to trust Christ.” But what if they say, “Thanks, but no thanks.” Then what
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“You are more powerful, capable, and resilient than you realize!” Supposedly motivational statements like this one are common in a humanistic culture that’s obsessed
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The author of Hebrews gave believers a task: “Let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds … , not
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Beginning in November 2021, the Adult Sunday School class at Oakridge began working our way through the letter of Paul to the Romans. Below
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The prophet, Micah, asks pointedly and rhetorically: “Who is a God like you, who pardons iniquity and passes over the rebellious act of the remnant of his possession? He does not retain his anger forever, because he
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Matthew 17 brings us to one of those glorious moments in scripture, as we get a glimpse into the holy ground that is the
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Sound familiar? I cannot tell you how many times over the past 45 years as a pastor and professor that I have heard these
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