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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Simeon's Song"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Simeon's Song,given on December 17, 2017. Have you ever met a police officer before? They are here to help protect people and to be sure that you and the people around you follow the law and obey the laws that are set in place. Did you know that the city of Louisville or the state of Kentucky or the United States of America a...

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Sermon Quotes | "Simeon's Song"

"He is the one destined to fulfill the Law in every detail and to win the blessings of the covenant for his people. Where we fail and become covenant-breakers, deserving the curse of the covenant, Jesus, our champion, succeeds in his role as the New Adam, the supreme covenant-keeper. We are not merely redeemed by the death of Christ; we are also redeemed by the life of Chr...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Zechariah's Song"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Zechariah's Song,given on December 10, 2017. When I was growing up, I was deathly afraid of the dark. Unrecognizable noises made by the wind outside my bedroom window or a pile of unfolded clothes tossed haphazardly in the corner would make my head dizzy with fright. Even though I knew that my mom and dad were only a few room...

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Sermon Quotes | "Zechariah's Song"

"Oh, we are so often cold and indifferent to this great joy that has been given us. For this is indeed the greatest gift, which far exceeds all else that God has created. Yet we believe so sluggishly, even though the angels proclaim and preach and sing, and their lovely song sums up the whole Christian faith, for 'Glory to God in the highest' is the very heart of worship."...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "A Global Mission"

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This post is based on Rich Richardson's sermon, A Global Mission,given on December 3, 2017. It's a statistical fact that more parties are thrown in the U.S. during the month of December than any other month. I especially like church parties because I know my closest friends will be there. In Revelation 19:6-9, John records a celebration that he witnessed in his propheti...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "The Revelation of God in Adoption"

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This post is based on Michael Granger's sermon, The Revelation of God in Adoption,given on November 26, 2017. Who are some people in your life who love you SO much? How do you know that they love you? Do they show you in specific ways that they love you? I'd guess you probably say that your mommy and your daddy or maybe your sister or your brother love you so much and ...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Rehearsing Mercies"

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This post is based on Brian Chesemore's sermon, Rehearsing Mercies,given on November 19, 2017. What is your favorite musical instrument? Have you ever tried to learn to play an instrument yourself? Have you ever heard someone learning how to play an instrument? It may not sound so good. If you have ever tried to play an instrument yourself, you know that it takes hours,...

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Sermon Quotes: "Rehearsing Mercies"

"Forgetfulness buries in our hearts the innumerable benefits of God." John Calvin "[Forgiveness] is the first gift of God to the penitent. But it is not the last. It is merely the opening of the house of mercy." William Plummer "David dwells on the truth that God forgives sin and eventually will remove all suffering and diseases. When we ask, we get forgiveness now, but ...

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New Member Testimony | Reid Williamson

A few weeks ago we had the joy of welcoming 44 new members at SGCL! One of them, Reid Williamson, shared his testimony with the church. We are so grateful for God's work in Reid's life! Reid Williamson Testimony from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Singing In Sorrow"

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This post is based on Jeff Purswell's sermon, Singing In Sorrow,given on November 12, 2017. With the "most wonderful time of the year" right around the corner, many are preparing to travel near and far to gather with their loved ones. Whether by plane or by car, traveling over the holidays has its challenges; and if your family has ever traveled as mine has during this ...

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