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Recalling Exodus

We "began" our conclusion of Exodus this past Sunday. We rehearsed 5 characteristics about God we have seen while in our series. Which one or ones ministered most specifically to you? Was it, 1. God is a Promise Keeper Or was it, 2. God’s Promises Often Take Us to the “School of Faith” to Forge Our Trust How about, 3. God is Holy Or, 4. God is Comp...

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Truth Quest Update: Jesus Healed a Man's Hand

Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath, meaning that He has control. But Jesus hadn’t come to get rid of the Sabbath; He wanted to remind the people that God intended for the Sabbath to be a blessing to His people, a day of rest from their hard work. By healing on the Sabbath, Jesus showed that God’s laws were meant to help people, not to hurt them. Jesus acted in ...

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Alive Update: Worship, The Right Response

We started our three-lesson study on Worship, and our first message entitled “The Right Response,” helped us learn that worship is the right response that results from our encountering God. We were challenged to begin to be aware of where and how they are encountering God, and to be intentional about responding in worship once we encounter Him....

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The Glory To Come: The New Heavens and the New Earth

Good Morning, Metro Life Church! I don't know all that the day ahead holds for you and me, but I do know this; since we were together Sunday morning we are two days closer to the return of Jesus Christ! I do know that right now Jesus is preparing a place for us, and in His Father's house are many rooms. If it wasn’t so he wouldn’t have told us so! How can we g...

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Truth Quest Update: Four Friends Helped

Jesus asked the Pharisees, “Which is easier: to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or to say, ‘Get up and walk’?” Simply saying, “Your sins are forgiven,” seems to be the easier thing, but to actually forgive sins is harder, something only God can do. The man who was paralyzed needed to be healed. Jesus knew this and did someth...

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The Glory To Come!

On Sunday we studied John 14:1-6 together. Jesus was about to go to the Cross, and He knew the disciples were troubled. After three years of being with Jesus literally everyday, they were facing a future, that to them, seemed very uncertain. He said to them, "Don't let your hearts be troubled." Why did Jesus say that? Because He knew He was going to prepare a place for the...

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Truth Quest Update: Jesus Cleansed a Leper

A man with leprosy approached Jesus and fell down before Him. “If You are willing, You can make me clean,” he said to Jesus. The man’s words were more of a truthful declaration than a request. He clearly trusted in Jesus’ power to heal people, and he longed to be healed himself. Jesus reached out and touched the man. “I am willing,”...

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Truth Quest Update: Jesus Healed Peter's Mother-in-Law

The prophet Isaiah wrote that the promised Messiah would bear our sickness and carry our pain. Jesus fulfilled this prophecy as He healed people. Sickness exists because the world is broken by sin. One day, when Jesus returns, there will be no more sickness because Jesus dealt with sin on the cross. Jesus’ healings brought a glimpse into the kingdom of God, the worl...

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Truth Quest Update: Children's Christmas Musical

We are excited to announce that we are putting together a Children's Christmas Musical this year. Emily Morgan and Melanie Santamaria have graciously volunteered their time and talents to lead our children in song as they proclaim the birth of our Savior. ...

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