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Announcements, Oct. 30, 2015

Dear CrossPointe, In our text this week, Matthew 5:27–30, Jesus deals with the weighty topic of lust and sexual sin. I think we all realize that our culture is a cesspool of sexual brokenness. It goes without saying that fighting sexual sin, resisting temptation, and finding the hope that the gospel holds out are massively important for us to consider as a church. ...

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Announcements, Oct. 23, 2015

Dear CrossPointe, In one of the Bible’s greatest promises God tells his people that He will take his law (up to that point written on tablets) and write it on their hearts by putting His Spirit in them so they can walk in His ways. Through the work of His Son this becomes a reality. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus declares that the righteousness required in this ...

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Announcements, Oct. 16, 2015

Dear CrossPointe, I've been looking forward to our text, Matthew 5:17–20, for a while now. In it Jesus announces that he has not come to abolish the Law and the Prophets but to fulfill them. This brings up several very important questions. How exactly does he fulfill them? What, then, is Jesus’ relationship with the Old Testament? What is the Christian’s...

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Announcements, Oct. 9, 2015

Dear CrossPointe, If you missed last Sunday’s message on fighting temptation by Will Hawk I highly encourage you to listen to it here. Very good! This week we’ll be back in the Sermon on the Mount and one of the more recognizable passages in the Bible, Matthew 5:13–16. In this text, Jesus says Christians should be like salt and light in a world that is ...

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Announcements, Oct. 2, 2015

Dear CrossPointe, This Sunday we’ll take a break from the Sermon on the Mount as Will Hawk preaches on Matthew 4:1–11. Understanding the truths in this text about Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness are essential to our fight against sin and pursuit of holiness. Read it a few times before Sunday and come ready to lean into God’s Word. Also, rememb...

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