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Move Forward with Honorable Conduct

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With a humble heart we move forward as the church with honorable conduct. We keep our conduct honorable, beautiful, noble for the sake of others and for the glory of God. The summary is given in 1 Peter 2:17. Here it is: “Honor everyone. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the emperor.” I believe this is our moment to be the church, this is our moment, Sovereign Grac...

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Move Forward with Humility

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Stop right there and if that gospel is rooted in our minds so we think gospel thoughts. And if that gospel is rooted in our hearts so that we feel gospel affections, we we ought to be the humblest, happiest, most grateful people on the planet. No matter what. No matter what’s going on in our own personal life. No matter what’s going on in our church. No matter what’s...

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The Savior's Song: Sung by Simeon

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Welcome the the fourth and final part of our Advent series, which brings us to our final song from Luke chapter 2, verses 22-35....

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The Savior's Song: Sung by the Angels

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Welcome to the third part of Advent at Sovereign Grace Church. We’re considering the Christmas story as it’s told in the first two chapters of the Gospel of Luke. And today is the most familiar and happy words of Christmas, which include “The Savior’s Song” as sung by the angels. The beginning of Luke chapter 2. The story surrounding the song, as well as the song...

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The Savior's Song: Sung by Zechariah

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The first two chapter of Luke contain four songs, four poems, four outburst of praise that are for us the first four Christmas carols. And we’re considering those songs, one per week, each of the four Sundays of Advent. And each song has a context, a story that gives birth to the song. And we need to know the story in order to appreciate and glean what the Lord has for u...

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The Savior's Song: Sung By Mary

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The first two chapters of Luke include four songs, four poems, four hymns, we might say, four Christmas carols, each sung by a different person. Mary, the mother of Jesus, sings what’s come to be known as The Magnificat (“my soul magnifies the Lord”). ...

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Practical Ways to Prepare for Sunday Celebration

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Sunday is meant by God to be a great day. If we’re going to encounter the God of the universe and respond to him. Shouldn’t we prepare for that?...

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We Gather to Strengthen One Another

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We gather to encounter God and we gather to respond to God. And we gather to strengthen one another. ...

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We Gather to Respond to God

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When we encounter God, we must respond to God. Not responding to an encounter with God is not an option! In fact, worship is our response to God. ...

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We Gather to Encounter God

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Why do we gather? We gather together to encounter God. As members of his church, we have been given access into God’s presence--together. ...

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Prioritizing the Church in Order to Delight in, Display, and Declare

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Because of Jesus who placed us in his church, we have a purpose and identity and dignity like no other people on earth....

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Prioritizing the Church Fuels Passion for the Church

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It’s remembering our purpose that will fuel our passion. If our love for the church is dull and she’s slipped down the priority list in life, it’s probably because we’ve neglected our purpose. Purpose ignites passion....

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Prioritizing the Church Builds the Church

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Every person God saves he adds to his church. He doesn’t save us only to leave us wandering alone as strangers and aliens. He accepts us in as citizens of his Kingdom....

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Prioritizing the Church is Counter-Cultural

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“I love your Kingdom, Lord/ The house where you reside/ The people purchased with your blood/ When on the cross you died."...

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A Note From Pastor Rick

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Delaine and I are about to get on a plane bound for Louisville, Kentucky where I’ll preach the opening sermon at the WorshipGod Midwest conference......

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