Acts 29

1. Introduction and Reading of 1 Peter

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The original letter from Peter would have been passed around throughout the churches of the dispersed and read aloud to the people gathered there. On this Sunday, we wanted to do just that, as well.

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The Last Table

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After all the meals we’ve seen Jesus eat with people, there is one meal that stands above all. The one that’s full of hope when the bridegroom fully unites with his bride.

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Seeing Jesus at the Table

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This story of disciples that knew the facts but couldn’t see Jesus makes us ask the question: What does it take for someone to see Jesus as their hope? Through the text we see that there must be opening of their eyes by Jesus himself to see him and believe. And it’s often in the mundane things that Jesus ultimately reveals himself.

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The Generosity of the Table

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An incredible truth from a familiar parable, the Prodigal Son, that God loves sinners. In this sermon we see that God joyfully demonstrates is love for prodigals and the prideful, at great cost to himself, by sending Jesus to die for us.

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A Party for Prodigals

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An incredible truth from a familiar parable, the Prodigal Son, that God loves sinners. In this sermon we see that God joyfully demonstrates is love for prodigals and the prideful, at great cost to himself, by sending Jesus to die for us.

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A Table For Hypocrites

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In this passage Jesus says to the Pharisees and Lawyers: You look ok on the outside, but really you are not ok on the inside. Jesus doesn't ever wound for the sake of inflicting pain. Jesus is going to reveal their deepest faults so that they can be cleansed from within.

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The Danger of Serving Without Sitting

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If we are serving out of anything other than our identity in Jesus, it leads to mundane business, not service to God. Jesus calls us first to sit with him, learn from him, then and only then do we go out.

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