God’s Promised Rest

  • January 30, 2023
  • BY Eric Morse
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Single Sermon Message from The Moody Church

We often use Bible verses out of context to find rest for our weary souls. Can you relate to that?   In this sermon, we look at a passage that has much to say about finding the spiritual rest we long for. How do we enter God’s promised rest from Hebrews 4?   We React … [Read More…] God’s Promised Rest

Seeking Significance Through Power

  • January 23, 2023
  • BY Eric Morse
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In this sermon, we look at Jacob’s identity trap: seeking significance through power. Jacob was the grandson of Abraham, and the father of Joseph. His story gives us a powerful look at the deep identity transformation God wants to bring into each one of our lives.   We’ll look at three parts to Jacob’s story: … [Read More…] Seeking Significance Through Power

Seeking Significance Through People

  • January 17, 2023
  • BY Eric Morse
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Following Jesus is basically learning to live out our new identity in Christ. But it’s difficult because we’ve spent so much of our lives living from our orphan identities. To live from our new identity as children of God requires intention and practice. We must unlearn the heart-habits of orphanhood and embrace the heart-habits of … [Read More…] Seeking Significance Through People

Mapping Our Hearts

  • January 9, 2023
  • BY Eric Morse
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Who are you? How would you answer this question?   In the coming weeks, we’ll explore the stories of nine different characters in the Bible, who each tried to build their identities in all the wrong places, and then discovered the kind of wholeness that only God can give. And in considering their lives, we’ll … [Read More…] Mapping Our Hearts

Restore What The Locusts Have Eaten

  • January 3, 2023
  • BY Eric Morse
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Single Sermon Message from The Moody Church

The Book of Joel was written to the people of Judah and Jerusalem as a warning, but its truths are just as applicable to us today as they were thousands of years ago.   The historical context of the book is Judah’s pattern of revival and decline, and in these passages Judah is falling into … [Read More…] Restore What The Locusts Have Eaten

The Incarnate King

  • December 27, 2022
  • BY Eric Morse
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Have you ever experienced a kind of whiplash after Christmas? All the wonder, joy, peace on earth, goodwill toward men, all is cheery and bright…and then January hits. Bills come due. Reality sets in.   Christmas often seems like a feel-good season that’s disconnected from the troubles of the real life. A mass-marketed departure from … [Read More…] The Incarnate King

The Honored King

  • December 12, 2022
  • BY Eric Morse
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Who has Jesus come for? The angel told Joseph: “You shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins.” His name means “The Lord saves,” because He will save his people from their sins.   But who are “his people?” Who is it that Jesus has come to save?   … [Read More…] The Honored King

The Rightful King

  • December 5, 2022
  • BY Eric Morse
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There’s so much joy and merriment at Christmastime. After all, it’s the most wonderful time of the year! And yet, for many of us, Christmastime also carries a deep underlying ache. Empty chairs. Broken hearts. Dashed hopes. Because despite what the fairy tales told us, not all our dreams came true, and “happily ever after’s” … [Read More…] The Rightful King

The Awaited King

  • November 28, 2022
  • BY Eric Morse
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Advent means “arrival” and it’s full of awaiting. In the Old Testament era, the people of God were awaiting the advent of their Messiah, the Anointed One, who would fulfill all of God’s covenant promises to His people.   And two thousand years ago, a baby was born in Bethlehem, Jesus the Son of God, … [Read More…] The Awaited King

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