OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

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Worship is a central tenet, activity, posture, and goal for all believers. As one author has suggested, “Christian worship is the response of God’s
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It’s hard to grow, improve, or mature without first being honest about the need for growth, the room for improvement, and the areas of
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The psalms are songs about life, sacred songs, but commentaries on life. The ups and downs, the good and the bad, the joys and
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After the predictably horrible reign of Saul, God hand-picked David to succeed him as king of Israel (1 Samuel 13:14). And David loved God,
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The Scottish novelist, Robert Louis Stevenson, once said, “The person who has stopped being thankful has fallen asleep in life.” In other words, even
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“He loves me, he loves me not. She loves me, she loves me not.” It’s a familiar and simple game. By alternating those statements
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Bad things happen to good people, even to God’s people. Belonging to Jesus Christ does not inoculate us from sadness, loneliness, and stress. Following
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This morning I want to go back in time together, before Christ on the cross and before Messiah in the manger, to a time
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Satan had just brought his antichrist and false prophet into the world to deceive and destroy (13:1–18) when John sees the Lamb standing unfazed
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Throughout human history, God has stayed his hand of retribution, being “patient toward us, not wishing for any to perish but for all to
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As Christians, we know that sin is bad, right? It’s wrong, it’s opposed to God, it ruins everything, and ultimately it is why Jesus
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