1. Nothing Can Separate You from His Love

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    Romans 8:33-39

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    • The Final Verdict from the Fickle Judge, Part 2 (Luke 23:13-25) John MacArthur

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      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-282 Now open your Bible, if you will, to Luke chapter 23. We are coming now to the final message on the trials of our Lord. The passage immediately after this one moves us to the cross. But when we finish this morning with the final verdict rendered by Pilate and the Jewish people on Jesus, we're not going to pick up the story of the crucifixion until August. That is so important, it is so critical, we want our entire church family to be a part of that, so I'm going to be ministering in all kinds of places the next few weeks. I'll be here two weeks from today, miss next Sunday, be back the following Sunday, but we'll have a different subject all together. And then I'm going to be gone a number of weeks until about the middle of August through July and into the middle of August. And we're going to wait, the timing is really perfect for us so when we come back then, we'll pick up the account of our Lord's crucifixion, that's the way we'll begin our fall time together. In the meantime there'll be many wonderful services and wonderful preachers occupying this pulpit, while I occupy the time to preach in a few places. Throw in a high school camp there with our high school young people as well, and do some reading and recharging of my batteries for what the Lord has for us in the fall. So this will be our last look at the gospel of Luke for a while and we're at chapter 23 verses 13 to 25, the final phase of our Lord's trial. For those of you who haven't been with us the last few weeks, we apologize. We have gone through this now for a number of weeks because there are six phases in the trial of Jesus. The first phase is before the Jewish leaders. The second phase, large phase, is before the Gentile leaders. And in each of those phases there are three components. And so there are actually six separate tribunals in which Jesus is accused and in which judgment is rendered on Him. We are at the final one which then leads to His crucifixion....

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      • Episode #204 - Inexcusable Pt. 2

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        In this episode, we’ll continue looking at some highlights from the book of Romans, and specifically this morning we’ll consider a rather uncomfortable but important truth that we find in Romans chapter 2, that no matter how moral, how religious, or how good we may think we are, each and every one of us is guilty before God. How is this possible and what should we do about it…well we’ll find out in the conclusion of this message entitled, Inexcusable. (Airdate - 2/3/13)

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        • Episode #203 - Inexcusable Pt. 1

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          In this episode, we’ll continue looking at some highlights from the book of Romans, and specifically this morning we’ll consider a rather uncomfortable but important truth that we find in Romans chapter 2, that no matter how moral, how religious, or how good we may think we are, each and every one of us is guilty before God. How is this possible and what should we do about it…well we’ll find out in this first part of this message entitled, Inexcusable. (Airdate - 1/27/13)

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          • SP90X: Specks and Planks

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            Pastor Matt continues our current sermon series, exploring what the Bible says about judging others.

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            • 09/16/2012 - Flood

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              This week, we are continuing our series, Black, White, and True, by looking at John 8:2-11. When Jesus was confronted with two bad options, condemn OR condone, he responded with a third way. A true way. Thankfully, Jesus wasn't as concerned about what's wrong with the world. Rather, He was resolute in making it right. Songs: Always Forever How Great Thou Art Words That You Say As The Deer Nothing But The Blood of Jesus On Christ the Solid Rock I Stand

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              • No Separation From Christ - Part 1 - by Jim Casey

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                Romans 8:32 He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things? 33Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God’s elect? It is God that justifieth. 34Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us. 35Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

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                • The Cause or the Manifestation of Salvation - 09-09-12 - Gary Shepard

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                  John 3:18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

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                  • Romans Ch. 14

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                    Join us as Pastor Jim teaches on Romans chapter 14 exploring how, out of love, we should not cause a brother or sister to stumble nor condemn one another.

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                    • August 5, 2012

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                      Our liturgist today is Dottie Allen reading John 6:24-35. You're invited to join the congregation in reading Psalm 51:1-12 after the sermon. Join us every Sunday for worship at Sharon UMC in Kinston, NC at 10:55 am.

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