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Fear God

Fear God. Ecclesiastes 5.7b This exhortation is found throughout the Scriptures. All people are called to fear God. We don't speak of this as often as generations before did. But, we are called to fear God. At our First Tuesday gathering this week I asked the men if they wanted the blessing of the Lord in the different spheres of their life? The Scriptures tell us that b...

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Looking at Sunday Morning Practically

At The Ridge, Sunday mornings is when our main worship gatherings are (9 am and 11 am). Sunday mornings can sometimes be hard. It can be times of hustling around to get out of the house in time, as we struggle to get there on time. In the fast and furious movement of the morning we can get frustrated at those in our family. Then the ride to meet with the church to worship ...

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A Priority: Gathering Together

Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful; and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another; and all the more as you see the day drawing near. Hebrews 10.23-25 I wrote concerning this great section on t...

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Family Worship Service

Have you ever imagined what a worship gathering back in the Old Testament or even in the first century church might have looked like? I think about that at times, especially when I read books like Nehemiah and Acts. I wonder things like, Where were the children? Did the people stand the whole time? It seems in the day of Nehemiah they did stand, and not just for forty minu...

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Summer

It is real easy to get busy withmany things to fill the time this Summer. It is also easy to get in lulls. As a result priorities and disciplines can shift and change often for the worse. Bible Study, community, corporate worship and giving tend to drop for other things. I pray that your disciplines would increase instead of falling into the Summer trap. First, you need a...

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