Sermons by Jonathan Anderson

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The Kindness of God

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Or do you presume on the riches of his kindness and forbearance and patience, not knowing that God’s kindness is meant to lead you to repentance? – Romans 2:4 Believers have the privilege of seeing all of life as designed and ordained by the sovereign will of God. By that sovereignty, each person’s eternity is […]

“I Can’t Come To Church Because Of Covid”

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(Tuesday Supplement. Note: I am well aware that there are those who are immunocompromised and cannot attend. This is not in any way meant to discourage or dishearten those in this condition. God knows and understands.) Covid has touched nearly every family I know, including my own. It would be foolish to say that it […]

The Tall Man’s Parade

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This week, I came across an odd story that I’d like to share with you. It’s a “preacher story” told by Tony Evans. It goes like this: One day there was a tall man’s parade in the army. In the tall man’s parade, you had to be a certain height to be in the parade. […]

12 Rules For A Happy Marriage

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1. Hold hands … a lot. 2. Never yell at one another unless the house is on fire. 3. If one of you has to win an argument, let it be your spouse. 4. If you have to criticize, do it rarely and lovingly. 5. Never bring up mistakes from the past. 6. Neglect the […]

A Lord to Lead You

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“There has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord” (Luke 2:11). The Greek word used in this verse is Kyrios. It signifies one who rightfully holds a position of authority. Jesus was born with this title. He has a lawful right to rule over every sphere, star, galaxy, and gulf. He is […]

The Supreme Court

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In our nation the Supreme Court is the highest court of appeals. There are several different types of courts that lead up to the Supreme Court. Any one of these lower courts may make a decision about a case but if the Supreme Court decides to hear that case, it is irrelevant what any other […]

A Worldwide Vision

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A 2005 article from The Tampa Bay Times cited information from a survey by a London-based sports marketing research firm, Sponsorship Research International. While conducting this survey researchers canvased seven thousand people from six countries: the United States, Australia, Germany, India, Japan and the United Kingdom. They concluded that that the golden, M-shaped arches of […]

The Christian Grizzly Bear

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There’s a story about an atheistic professor who was walking thought the woods one day, admiring the accident of evolution. He looked at the trees and the flowers; he observed the rivers and the animals, and he marveled at the magnificence of evolution. All of a sudden, he heard a rustling in the bushes, and […]

The Promise

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The Jewish leaders of Jesus’ day were both right and wrong in their response to the idea that Christ might rise from the dead. They knew that a false report to that effect could be tragic. It is always dangerous, if not tragic, to be deceived by religious teachers that teach things contrary to the […]

The Secret to the Good Life

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The widest river in the world is not the Mississippi, Amazon, or Nile. The widest river on earth is a body of water called If Only. Throngs of people stand on its banks and cast longing eyes over the waters. They long to cross but can’t seem to find the ferry. They are convinced the If […]