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Withdrawal Pains

by Pastor Steve Ellison

In John 6, Jesus performed a wide variety of marvelous miracles; He also taught some difficult and hard to accept truths about Himself. The crowd that quickly grew because of the miracles left Him just as quickly because of the difficult teaching.

John 6:66-71 records Jesus heart wrenching response in which He probed the disciples to reveal their level of commitment, “As a result of this

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Drawing a Crowd

by Pastor Steve Ellison

It seems that everywhere I look these days, people are famous simply for being famous. I know that doesn’t make much sense; it doesn’t to me anyway. These people are famous without having accomplished anything at all. Entertainers and athletes seem to be far more interested in drawing attention to self than in actually perfecting their craft. Television ratings, Twitter followers, Facebook likes, etc. seem to

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What Manner of Man is This?

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Have you ever been real tired? I mean really tired, from a long and busy day? Chapters 3 and 4 of the gospel of Mark describe such a day for Jesus and His disciples.

Jesus was out healing the sick and driving away demons. He went into a house to eat a meal but so many people crowded into the house to see Him that He

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A New Year’s Resolution

by Pastor Steve Ellison

A new year has dawned; it’s time for setting goals and making resolutions. It is time for taking stock of our spiritual progress, our walk with Christ.

Do we know Him, or do we simply know about Him? Are we moving forward with Him, or are we stuck in the same old rut? Are we walking with Him, or are we simply taking a stroll? If

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Immanuel in the Flesh

by Pastor Steve Ellison

One of the greatest of all mysteries is the eternal, omnipotent, and omnipresent God voluntarily subjecting Himself to the limitations of time, space, and the flesh. The Second Person of the Godhead, the Creator, came to live in creation, as one of the creatures. How could we ever understand that? Perhaps this is a truth that ought to be simply appreciated even though we cannot understand

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Recognizing the Babe in the Manger

by Pastor Steve Ellison

At the time of the first Christmas faithful Jews were looking in anticipation for the promised Messiah, but I imagine most had grown weary and were totally wrapped up in their own lives. After all, it had been about 400 years since they had heard from the Lord. When Jesus came as promised, even those who were faithfully anticipating the Messiah were likely to be looking

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The Bread of Christmas

by Pastor Steve Ellison

From Genesis to Micah, Bethlehem appears often on the pages of the Old Testament. We first learn of Bethlehem in Genesis 47 where we are told of the burial of Rachel, Jacob’s beloved wife.

The book of Ruth tells us that Bethlehem is the setting for perhaps the most beautiful love story ever told. That story begins with a touch of irony. The name Bethlehem means

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Doubts

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Has your faith ever been weak? Have you wondered if your big mouth said too much? Have you ever felt all alone? Have you ever had doubts? Have you ever felt terribly persecuted? Did you wonder if perhaps it was your fault, that you really deserved what was happening to you? Have you passed through a long, dark valley, even the valley of the shadow of

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Unfailing Love From an Unprejudiced Heart

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Who keeps your calendar? Who sets your appointments and reminds you when they are approaching? Some of us keep our own calendars. Some of us have secretaries who do that for us. Others might put events on our calendars without consulting us but ultimately it is up to us if we keep the appointment or not. Granted there might be repercussions if we do not keep

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