OAKRIDGE BIBLE CHAPEL

At long last, the Apostle John is shown the culmination of God’s future wrath against and destruction of all sin. To this point it
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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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When Christians think of a God worthy of worship, praise, adoration, submission, service, and imitation, there are certain divine characteristics that are likely more
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Reading the fourth and fifth chapters of the Revelation of Jesus Christ can feel like stepping into the sun after hours in the dark.
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Imagine I told you we were going to have a conversation about classic story structure, and invited you to finish the following sentence: “and
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We’re into the final two sections of the book of Joel and we’re now in part of the book where it finally starts to
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Sometimes in times of struggle, difficulty, or suffering, we act as though all we need to do is apologize and everything will be okay.
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It’s Mother’s Day, and a sermon about divine judgement and locust plagues and starving animals probably isn’t what most of you came expecting today.
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This past Sunday I made brief reference to the intentionality with which we try and shape our times together as a church family here
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When I was thinking about what I was going to preach on today, I got thinking about how special it is when Christmas is
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In the 47th Psalm, the author points the reader to worship of God as the universal King, in part, because of how he has
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