Part 1 - The Gospel Grid

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If the gospel is constantly “bearing fruit and growing” (Col. 1:6), then everything has to do with the gospel—God, humanity, salvation, worship, relationships, shopping, recreation, work, personality...everything! The objective of this first part of the series  is to establish a framework for talking about the gospel. This framework will get worked out in greater detail over the next two weeks, so this lesson is designed to help us understand the concepts and begin exploring how they relate to actual life.

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Jesus and a Community of Pursuit

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In John 4 we see Jesus have an unlikely interaction with a woman at a well. Jesus pursues this woman with intentionality, with compassion and with the truth and it changes everything for this woman and an entire town. How does his pursuit of us motivate our pursuit of one another?

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Responding Generously to the Grace of Jesus

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What does the Bible have to say about generosity with our finances? What is tithe, and do we have to do it? This week we looked at what the Bible says about money and how we respond to the grace of Jesus as God’s people.

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Pt. 14 - God Dwells - Exodus 40

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We come now to the end of Exodus and see God’s promise to dwell with his people fulfilled as he fills the tabernacle...and all of this points us to a greater Exodus and to a time where God will dwell with his people in an even more unique and profound way.

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Pt. 13 - We Run - Exodus 32

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Just like the Israelites, we run. We fall into the same pattern of behavior that humans have been falling into since our first father and mother fell into sin in the garden. Our hearts are idol-factories that make things far worse than the Israelites’ golden calf. What we need is our sin atoned for, and only Jesus can fully cover our failings.

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Pt. 10 - We Forget - Exodus 15:22-27

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In Exodus 15:22-27, we are quickly reminded that it doesn’t take long to forget all the blessings that God has poured out on his people - both on the Israelites and us today. We forget, and are going to continue to forget, yet Jesus still says, “I paid for that.” 

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Pt. 9 - Worship: Right Response - Exodus 15:1-21

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Exodus 15:1-21 is mostly a song sung by God’s people about who he is, what he has done, and what he promises to do. This is the first recorded song in the Bible, and it sets an incredible example for how we should respond to God: by singing. We, like the people of God, should sing in response to the salvation that Jesus has accomplished for us.

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Before Exodus... Genesis 1-50

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In this sermon, John Murphy gives an overview of what comes before the book of Exodus and how the people of God found themselves enslaved to the Egyptians. All of this makes us ask: Will God be faithful to his promises and if so, how?

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Communion - 1 Corinthians 11:17-26

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As we enter the new year Pastor Stewart answers the basic questions surrounding communion: what is it? Who should take it? When should we take it? And what to do now in light of the truth that this ordinance is a well of rich comfort for us and sweet tangible reminder of the gospel as often as we take it.

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