How Anyone Comes To Know God

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In God’s wisdom, He will gather Children only through the means of a communicated story of the death of Jesus rather than the “wisdom” of natural logic, proofs, laws or theories. If you are looking at the staircase of supernatural proof… or normative reason to find God—you will not find Him though those means. He […]

How Do You Start a Letter To a Messed-Up Church? 1 Corinthians 1:4-9

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The church in Corinth is a hot mess. Division, pride, sleeping around, social stratification, hyper-spiritualism and abuse of God’s spiritual gifts, and a lot of bad theology were the norm. Paul knows what’s happening, and yet he doesn’t come in swinging. Instead he starts with Thanksgiving and Grace.

Am I Changed and Listening?

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God has decreed that He would speak to us through the writings of the Apostles. And every one of us who listen and call out for salvation will experience God transformation of our heart and life. He has appointed us as the Saints of God. 1 Corinthians 1:1-3

Church Relationships as God Designed Them

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In 1 Thessalonians 3:6-13 we have the rare opportunity to see church relationships, not as we have made it to be, but as Christ’s design lived out by Paul and a young church. All Cross City sermons can be found on our Vimeo page or at Crosscitychurch.org

When God Saves Your Enemy

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Jonah finally goes to Ninevah, happy to announce their destruction. After all, they deserved it. But God loved to give people something they didn’t deserve … after all, he had given Jonah life. God shows Jonah that Salvation belongs to the LORD. Jonah 3. Message by. Ken Flower

The Gifts of Work and Rest

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Is work a necessary evil to put food on the table or an identity-defining endeavor? God cares about our work and Psalm 127 reveals a picture of God’s design for our working lives. Message by. Ken Flower

Don’t Nurse Too Long

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To only stay in the simple teachings of Christ dishonors Him and strips you of joy, strength and effect. 1 Corinthians 3:1-9 Message by. Scott Burns