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Sermon Quotes: The Sabbath and Mercy

"I am drawn to people who suffer without murmuring. Especially when they believe in God but never get angry with him or criticize him. It seems to me that not murmuring is one of the rarest traits in the world. And when it is combined with a deep faith in God-who could alter our painful circumstances, but doesn't-it has a beautiful God-trusting, God honoring quality that m...

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Sermon Quotes: "Manna and Mercy"

"Why should people who have witnessed so spectacular a display of the grace and power of God slip so easily into muttering and complaining and slide so gracelessly into listless disobedience? The answer lies in the fact that many of them see God as existing to serve them. He served them in the Exodus; he served them when he provided clean water. Now he must serve not only ...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Bitter and the Sweet"

"When God 'tests' us he does so by bringing us into situations which call for trust and the endurance and the obedience that proves our trust is real, so that by the exercise of faith in the face of new challenges, our trust in him can develop and mature until we come to see that everything that happens to us is under divine supervision and is brimful of divine purposes fo...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Song by the Sea"

"Exodus 14 tells the old, old story, while Exodus 15 sings the old, old story. You walk or march in chapter 14. You dance in chapter 15. Chapter 14 focuses on what God has done, and chapter 15 focuses on your appropriate response to what God has done. There is a holy hush in chapter 14. You sing fortissimo in chapter 15. Chapter 14 highlights dry ground. In chapter 15 ther...

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A Response to the SBC Executive Committee

On February 18-19, the Executive Committee of the SBC proposed an amendment to the SBC Constitution on sexual abuse. The amendment proposes four criteria in response to "indifference in addressing sexual abuse" in churches. We support this amendment, these criteria, and the godly impulses behind them. We believe just as strongly that Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville an...

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New Testimony: Jamin Eben

Last Sunday we had the privilege of hearing from Jamin Eben about the minsitry that he does with Teaching Truth International. Jamin shared several stories about the amazing work the the Lord is doing in small villages and unreached people groups around the world. We're grateful to support and pray for Jamin as he continues to travel and teach!...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Crossing"

"Far be it from me ever to say a word in disparagement of the holy, happy, heavenly exercise of prayer. But, beloved, there are times when prayer is not enough-when prayer itself is out of seasonWhen we have prayed over a matter to a certain degree, it then becomes sinful to tarry any longer; our plain duty is to carry out desires into action, and having asked God's guidan...

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A Response to Recent Media Reports

This week reporters published the apologies of two Southern Baptist leaders who regret their previous support of C.J. Mahaney. C.J. formerly served as president of Sovereign Grace Churches (SGC) and now serves as the senior pastor of Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville (SGCL). As pastors who have known and worked with C.J.most of us for decadeswe unreservedly commend his...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Long Way Home"

"Sometimes a cloud has the primary function of concealing God. But he also appearsin the cloud. Both functions match the character of God. Human beings never master God or know him exhaustively. So the cloud is a reminder of human limits. At the same time, God does draw near and establish communion with mankind. So the cloud represents drawing near. Because ordinary clouds...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | Amnesia & Deja Vu

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This post is based on CJ Mahaney's sermon,Amnesia Deja Vu,given on January 27, 2019. Birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, graduations can be wonderful times of celebrating, laughing, feasting and enjoying the company of friends and family. In his sermon on Sunday, CJ reminded us that as Christians we are participating right now in the greatest celebration of them all, the...

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