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    I'm working on a few "preparatory sermons" for a series I intend on doing in the New Year starting the second week of January.
    These sermons deal with ideas surrounding sin, humility, mercy, and such topics.
    Provoking Sins Anger the Almighty God, 2 Chron. 33:1-23 1-7a (November 25, 2018)
     
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    Due to inclement weather, we had to cancel church. Icey roads and long distance travel.
    As a substitution, here is a short audio exhortation taken from A Puritan's Mind under the Christian Walk and Practical Theology Section:
    Can You Really Tell a Tree by Its Fruit? An Exhortation from Matthew 7, (December 9, 2018)
     
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    Begining of the year sermon 2: Behold, He Comes a Leaping! Song of Songs 2:8-9 (January 13, 2019)

    Many Christians are not sensible (i.e. that they do not sense him) about the presence of Christ, or think that Christ might not be near as they hoped.
    Consider, Christ "comes a leaping" to them, even if they perceive him as distant upon the mountains, hills, behind the wall, or through the lattice.
     
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    Just as if I’d Never Sinned, (January 20, 2019) Inclement Weather, Audio Lecture on Justification

    (When we have snow and black-ice, icy roads we have to cancel church. We are in the mountains, and inclement weather is dangerous here. Someone can drive off a cliff or into the gully of the road, or get hit by other careless drivers. So this is a short exhortation on that little pithy phrase "Just as if I'd never sinned" in relation to justification.)
     

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