Monthly Archives: May 2011

Sunday, May 29 – “Elevate Your Expectations”

I recently caught myself hoping for something to happen, but preparing for the opposite. I found that God had placed a dream in me which I did not expect Him to fulfill.  If we are honest with ourselves, there is … Continue reading

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“Good Luck, Israel.”

That seems to be the new American policy.  I missed this on my first read of the president’s speech:  “As for security, every state has the right to self-defense, and Israel must be able to defend itself – by itself … Continue reading

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The President’s Speech on the Middle East

The full text can be found here. This section is of particular interest to Christians and all friends of Israel: As for Israel, our friendship is rooted deeply in a shared history and shared values. Our commitment to Israel’s security … Continue reading

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Receiving His Peace

In John 14:27, on the night that He was betrayed, Jesus said to His disciples, “Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you.  Not as the world gives do I give to you.” Jesus’ disciples were still … Continue reading

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Sunday Sermons

Here are my messages from the last two weeks. Sunday, May 8:  Receiving Divine Position. Sunday, May 15:  Receiving His Peace.

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