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Psalm 23:1-6The Lord Is My ShepherdRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Christ is our Good Shepherd, the one who laid down his life for the sheep, and now leads us into the perfect way of the Lord as he tends, feeds, and provides for his little ones.
Luke 24:13-35On the Road to EmmausRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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On a journey to a village named Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem, Jesus encountered and dialogued with two of his disciples who were kept from recognizing him. On this journey he opened their eyes to understand in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself. Moreover, he finally would reveal himself to them in the breaking of the bread. Their hearts burned within them as they conversed with the risen Savior on the road.
Matthew 28:1-10Christ Is Risen! He Is Risen, Indeed!Rev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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On Easter Sunday we celebrate the bodily resurrection of Jesus. The same lowly Nazarene–he who was betrayed by his own disciple, who suffered under Pilate’s cruel gaze, who was crucified on a Roman Cross, and who was buried in a borrowed tomb–the same Lord rose triumphantly on the third day. Jesus has risen from death to life through the power of God. 'Christ is risen! He is risen, indeed!'
Isaiah 52:13-53:12The Heart of the MatterRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Good Friday
Christ's sacrifice was an extreme exchange. Since that moment, nothing has been the same.
John 11:1-45The Resurrection and the LifeRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Season of Lent
Jesus of Nazareth is the Resurrection and the Life; whoever believes in him, though they die, yet they shall live, and the one who lives and believes in him will never die. He is the same yesterday, today, and forever, the source of eternal life for all who believe.
John 4:5-34Receive the Living WaterRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Season of Lent
In the person of Jesus of Nazareth, the true gift of God, the Lord has given humankind living water for those who believe in him for salvation. This living water which Christ gives becomes within them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.
John 3:1-17God So Loved the WorldRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Season of Lent
The true God, maker of heaven and earth, and keeper of the covenant with his people, loved his creation and the world so deeply that he gave his one and only Son Jesus to be incarnated and die, in order that humankind would not perish, but rather have never-ending life.
Matthew 4:1-11The Temptation of JesusRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Season of Lent
The Holy Spirit led Jesus our Lord into the wilderness after his baptism to be tempted by the devil. After fasting forty days and nights, he was tempted by the enemy, and resisted his lies by his devotion to God and the power of the Word.
Psalm 51:1-17The Sacrifices of GodRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Ash Wednesday
Weird Spiritual Calculations: You cannot add the Lord Jesus to your life while refusing to subtract pride and foolishness. You cannot gain in spiritual vitality without losing selfish preoccupation. You cannot multiply blessing and joy while living in division and hatred. Only as you yield more and more to him, and less to self, Can you really grab whole of the full measure of your role in his great plan.
Matthew 17:1-9The Transfiguration of ChristRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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The Transfiguration
The glory of the eternal Son of God was revealed on the mount where Jesus was transfigured before his disciples, and entered into dialogue with Moses (representative of the Law) and Elijah (representative of the Prophets) about his upcoming death in Jerusalem.
Matthew 6:24-34The Cure for Worry and AnxietyRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
Rabbi Jesus commanded us to not to be anxious about our lives, what we would eat, drink, or wear, for our heavenly Father who loves us will provide all things. If we seek first his Kingdom and his righteousness, all things will be added to us.
Matthew 5:38-48Be Just Like Your FatherRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
In a world filled with the tendency to retaliate and seek revenge, the Lord Jesus instructs us to be just like our Father in heaven, who makes his sun rise on the evil and the good, and sends his rain on the just and the unjust.
Matthew 5:21-37The New TorahRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
As Lord and Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth reinterpreted the meaning of the Law to his disciples, providing a new understanding of the Torah and the meaning of true discipleship in the Kingdom of God.
Matthew 5:13-20Let Your Light ShineRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
As the salt of the earth and the light of the world, God has commissioned his people to both preserve community and illumine those who live in darkness. May we so let our lights shine before others in order that they will see our good works and glorify our heavenly Father, who is the source of our lives and our help.
Matthew 5:1-12The BeatitudesRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus of Nazareth gave his beatitudes, i.e., powerful pronouncements that describe the blessedness of living out in submission to the King his kingdom life. In these statements, Jesus summarized the reality of discipleship and the richness of a life lived in submission to God.
Colossians 1:15-20The Supremecy of ChristRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Christ is supreme, for he is the image of God, the firstborn of all creation, the creator of the universe, the providential sustainer, the head of the Church, the beginning and firstborn from the dead, the fullness of God, and the reconciler of all things.
Matthew 4:12-23Messiah Begins His MinistryRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
Jesus commenced his ministry in Galilee of the Gentiles, fulfilling God’s word that those who dwelt in darkness would see a great light, and those living in death’s shadow would experience the new dawn of God’s light. In Jesus, the Kingdom of God is proclaimed and displayed for the world to see.
Matthew 3:13-17This Is My Beloved SonRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Epiphany Season
In order to fulfill all righteousness and identify fully with his people, Jesus was baptized by John in the Jordan river. As he went from the water, John saw the Spirit descending on him as a dove, and a voice from heaven said, 'This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.' Our Lord Jesus, the very same one baptized by John, is indeed the Father’s beloved and our Savior.
Jeremiah 31:7-14Filled with the Bounty of GodRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Christmas Season
Let the people of God sing aloud for gladness and shout for joy, for the loving-kindness of the Lord shall come to God’s people through his Messiah. Through this One who is to come (who, in fact, came in the incarnation) the abundant goodness of the Lord will never fail to bless God’s people forever.
John 1:1-14The Word Has Become FleshRev. Dr. Don L. Davis
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Christmas Season
Fall to your knees as you affirm that the Babe of Bethlehem is none other than the eternal Word, the only Son of the Father, made flesh to reveal, redeem, and transform.