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Eating the Easter Lamb

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Jesus was wildly popular after the miraculous feeding of the crowd which included 5,000 men plus women and children. However, that popularity was short-lived because immediately Jesus began to share some hard truth. He connected the John 6 feeding miracle with the Old Testament miraculous feeding of manna in order to proclaim that He is the Bread of Life and that He came down out of

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The Blood of the Lamb

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Exodus 12 describes the selection of the Passover Lamb, the requirements for the Passover Lamb, how to eat the Passover Lamb, and the symbolism of the blood of the Passover Lamb. The New Testament tells us that the sinless Christ is our unblemished Passover Lamb who takes away the sins of the world. The word blood is found 27 times in the book of Exodus. Nineteen

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The Easter Lamb

by Pastor Steve Ellison

I am thankful for parents and churches who have faithfully reminded children that Easter is about Christ not a bunny rabbit.

I recently saw a church sign that both amused and pleased me. It read, “Easter is not about eggs, you silly wabbit!” Easter is about the resurrected Christ. I am thankful for the blessed assuring hope that we have concerning our own resurrection based on

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Riches in Christ

by Pastor Steve Ellison

We would all agree that money does not buy happiness. We would all sign our name to that creed. However, on the day when cash runs short, we all waver. Just ruin a tire and have no money with which to purchase another and our creed fails us. Let the refrigerator quit and have no money in the bank and we lose our happiness very quickly.

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The Choice

by Pastor Steve Ellison

In Matthew 21 and 22, Jesus told a series of parables aimed primarily at identifying, defining, and condemning hypocrisy. The Parable of the Two Sons, the Parable of the Wicked Tenants (more accurately the Parable of the Landowner), and the Parable of the Wedding Feast each teach us about the terrible dangers of hypocrisy. However, our always gracious and forgiving God stood ready to forgive. In

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Commissioned!

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Bible speaks a lot about fruit bearing. Adam and Eve were told to be fruitful and multiply. Noah was told be fruitful and multiply. Jacob was told to be fruitful and multiply. God told the prophet Jeremiah that He would send the Righteous Branch so that God’s people would be fruitful and multiply.

The gospels mention fruit 38 times, three by John the Baptist and

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Restored!

by Pastor Steve Ellison

The Bible is full of colorful characters. I can think of many Biblical characters who I think would make wonderful guests for an evening of conversation. Methusaleh, Jeremiah, Rahab, Enoch, Hosea, Jeremiah, Elijah, John the Baptist, the man with the legion of demons, Nicodemus, etc. would all generate tremendous questions from me.

Simon Peter was certainly a colorful and interesting character. Who can understand a man

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Bringing Life

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Jairus, a synagogue official, came to Jesus in Mark 5:22 with an unsurmountable problem. His twelve year old daughter was dying. Jesus was always compassionate. He went to the home of Jairus to help. However, Jesus was also always aware of teachable moments to train his disciples. In this case, Jesus took the opportunity to separate His inner circle from the rest of His disciples so

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Trusting God in the Interruptions

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Perhaps you have this same problem that besets me. Trusting God for an outcome requires also trusting His timing. If I am impatient, anxious, nervous, worrying, edgy, irked, or fretful about the speed with which God is visibly working in my world, then I do not truly trust Him. Oh, I may say that I do, but the truth is that I do not.

Mark 5:21-43

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