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What Does It Mean To Be Biblically Balanced?

Originally posted by Tullian Tchividjian at Gospel Coalition I increasingly hear people talking about the need to be “Biblically balanced” and I think I’m starting to understand what they mean. As I talk to people who speak about the need for our theology and preaching to ...
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Exodus 5:1-6:13

Overview/Notes Preacher: Chris Daukas Passage: Exodus 5:1-6:13 1. The Lord Invites Us To Trust Him “There is an utter sense of helplessness before the highly organized machinery of the system.” — Childs 2. The Lord Is Our Deliverer [one_third] These Promises Don’t Terminate...
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Exodus 4:18-32

Overview/Notes Preacher: Chris Daukas Passage: Exodus 4:18-32 1. God is abundant in His patience (v18-20) 2. God is mysterious in His sovereignty (v21-23) And I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy. — Exodus 33:19 16 But...
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Evidences of God’s Grace

There is no greater challenge in all the earth than living the Christian life. There is no challenge more difficult, no pursuit that demands more of us. Of course there is also no better pursuit and no greater joy than this—to seek the Lord. In the midst of this all-consuming...
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The Anatomy of Holiness

What exactly does it mean to be holy? What does it look like? Here’s one to think about it: consider growth in godliness as the sanctification of your body. The mind is filled with the knowledge of God and fixed on what is good. The eyes turn away from sensuality and shudder at...
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2012 Easter Sermon – “Easter Matters Because…”

Audio: [html5av id=”2″] Preacher: Chris Daukas Passage: Matthew 27:11-15 Overview/Notes 1. Easter matters because our lives are full of chaos All human beings are on a search somehow someway to find that solid rock on which to stand. That one thing they can bank on....
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Children in Worship–Mom Tested Tips

Focus on this moment throughout the week: Talk about Sunday morning worship all week long. Help your children to see that each week begins with this privilege (Acts 20:7; Hebrews 10:24-25). Model excitement about the Lord’s Day: Children learn a great deal by watching their...
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Why Did God Let Paul Become a Murderer?

We know that before Paul was born God had set him apart for his apostleship. He who had set me apart before I was born, and who called me by his grace, was pleased to reveal his Son to me, in order that I might preach him among the Gentiles. (Galatians 1:15–16). And we know that...
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What Happened on Tuesday of Holy Week?

Jesus’ disciples see the withered fig tree on their return to Jerusalem from Bethany Matthew 21:20-22 When the disciples saw it, they marveled, saying, “How did the fig tree wither at once?” And Jesus answered them, “Truly, I say to you, if you have faith and do not doubt, you...
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What Happened on Monday of Holy Week?

Andreas Köstenberger and I are working on a book together tentatively titled, Jesus’s Final Week: What Really Happened? Throughout this week I’ll provide the rough harmony/chronology of the words and actions of Jesus in the final week of his pre-resurrection life. On Monday...
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