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For our Summer series this year, we are continuing our journey through the gospel of Mark.  When we read scripture we have the benefit of the third person view.  The disciples however, were living this in real time.  Maybe that’s why they had a hard time really seeing, hearing and understanding what Jesus was doing.  Over the coming weeks we will undoubtedly see that Jesus is more than a great teacher, healer or miracle worker.  He is the Messiah, our living hope.

Daniel Im - December 11, 2022

Joy to the World

The reason Paul talks so much about joy isn't because he’s a glass half full sort of guy, or because he is concerned about his “cosmic energy,” and only wants to send out positive vibes. It isn't because he’s living in denial, or that he’s out of touch with the brokenness in our world. No. It’s because he understands that joy is the DISTINCTIVE mark of Christians.

Scripture References: Philippians 4:4-5

From Series: "Advent"

Advent is the period of 4 Sundays and weeks leading up to Christmas Day designed to prepare our hearts, souls, and minds for the birth of Jesus. When we remember the birth of Jesus and the way that the people of God had been waiting for centuries for the birth of their Saviour, we come to a greater appreciation and realization that we are also living in a period and season of waiting. Not for Jesus to come for the first time, but for him to come again!

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Daniel Im - December 11, 2022

Joy to the World

The reason Paul talks so much about joy isn't because he’s a glass half full sort of guy, or because he is concerned about his “cosmic energy,” and only wants to send out positive vibes. It isn't because he’s living in denial, or that he’s out of touch with the brokenness in our world. No. It’s because he understands that joy is the DISTINCTIVE mark of Christians.

Scripture References: Philippians 4:4-5

From Series: "Advent"

Advent is the period of 4 Sundays and weeks leading up to Christmas Day designed to prepare our hearts, souls, and minds for the birth of Jesus. When we remember the birth of Jesus and the way that the people of God had been waiting for centuries for the birth of their Saviour, we come to a greater appreciation and realization that we are also living in a period and season of waiting. Not for Jesus to come for the first time, but for him to come again!

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