Tag Archives: death

Reflections for the Lord’s Supper

Nearly 2,000 years ago, Jesus instituted a memorial of his death. In our assemblies at Laurel Canyon, we encourage those men who lead our minds in this observance to focus our attention and their comments on a specific passage of Scripture …

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The Last Words of Jesus and Why They Still Matter

Famous “last words” are a special form of quotation and perspective that fascinate many people. Have you ever considered the last words of Jesus and what we can learn from them? Words from the Cross Luke 23:33-34 — words of forgiveness …

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Around the Web (4/11)

Gary Henry discusses the challenge of disciplining our feelings when necessary and maintaining our faith in the face of hardship and doubt. “Dark days need not be days of utter defeat.” Interesting thoughts from Evan Hughes about book publishers scrambling …

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Around the Web (3/8)

Hugo Chávez’s last words paint a picture of a man desperately clinging to life: “I don’t want to die. Please don’t let me die.” Denny Burk encourages us to use the opportunity to ask: “Will we be ready?” New figures …

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Around the Web (1/28)

Around the Web

Gary Henry encourages us not to despise the daily grind. Why? Because that’s where the real growth takes place. In the Arms of Angels: Steven Deaton shares comfort from the Scriptures for those who are grieving the loss of loved …

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The Spirit, the Christ, and You

The Spirit the Christ and You

Having studied the nature of God in general and the personality of the Holy Spirit in particular, this sermon explores the role of the Holy Spirit in the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus with special emphasis on this …

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