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Genesis 49 - How To Leave A Good Legacy

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As President Obama spends his final days in office the news pundits are discussing the legacy he will leave behind. All of us will leave a legacy for our children and the generations that follow. In Genesis 49, as Jacob prepares to die, he blesses his sons and tells them of the legacy they will leave. As we study this chapter we learn the importance of repentance and humility to leave behind a legacy worth following.


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Genesis 25 - Good Ending, Tough Beginning




In 1771 the king of Sweden died of digestion problems after consuming a meal of lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, smoked herring, champagne and 14 servings of his favorite dessert. He is the king remembered for a bad ending as he literally ate himself to death. In Genesis 25, we look at the final days of Abraham and how the memory of his death reminds us we can trust in God’s promises.


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Ephesians 5:7-14 - The Light Of My Life Makes A Difference




Why does God insist of a Christian lifestyle that is different? One reason is because he freed us from the power and penalty of sin. Another reason is because the purity of our lives is a reflection of the purity of Jesus. In this message, we learn there is another reason. God's plan is to use our lifestyle to reach those around us for Jesus.

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Heaven - Eternal Rewards - My Earthly Choices Make An Eternal Difference




As a Christian, our sins are completely forgiven by Christ. The Bible tells us we will not pass into judgment or be condemned. Does this mean it doesn't matter how we live? Will our sins return to haunt us? An ignored topic of the Bible is the doctrine of Eternal Rewards. God promises to reward us for how we live and we can lose reward for the willful sins we commit. Believe it or not, there is a way to insure we can have greater joy in heaven.

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Heaven - Hell - Why Eternal Conscious Punishment Is Not Enough

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This is a sermon you probably will not be able to listen to. The unvarnished truth about hell is more than most people can handle. Can you handle it? Listen to the end and find discover what happens to those who die without Christ and the incredible mercy we receive through Christ.


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