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NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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"THE LORD'S PRAYER"

Jesus begins by telling his disciples, “Pray, then, in this way…” (6:9a). The Lord’s Prayer teaches how to pray and what to pray for. It is a pattern of prayer and a model for prayer. The pattern speaks of praising the Lord, repenting of sin, asking for provision and protection, and ultimately, yielding to the Lord to see His glory come in all the earth. But it all begins with addressing God as “Father.”

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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ADVENT - "COME ALL YOU UNFAITHFUL"

Our Advent series this year is O Come All You Unfaithful.  Jesus wasn't born for people who have it together, but for those who do not.  Yet, Jesus invites them to come to Him in faith.  This Advent series considers various ways in which unfaithful people are invited to come to the real Jesus in faith. 

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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BY FAITH

Without faith, it is impossible to please God. Hebrews 11 teaches and illustrates what a life of faith looks like. We live by faith because God is faithful and can be trusted. So we can feel confident and settled, knowing that God is trustworthy. The life of faith, then, is one where we can persevere in doing what is right and even take appropriate risks for God. 

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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STRENGTHEN
YOUR CORE

Strengthen Your Core is a sermon series that rehearses our “core identities” of who we are in Christ as a church. We are disciples, family, servants, and ambassadors. All of these identities are grounded in the gospel, the good news of Jesus’ kingdom.  This is displayed in Jesus' death on the cross and the free gift of salvation through His grace.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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PSALMS

Throughout the centuries, God’s people have faced a wide variety of circumstances, from tremendous suffering to inexpressible joy. And, throughout the centuries, God’s people have found solace and strength in the book of Psalms which beautifully depicts God’s character, grace, and faithfulness. This summer, we will be covering various Psalms as they reveal to us the truth about God’s character and our need for Him.

 

Instead of sermon discussion questions this summer, you can purchase and use the study Praying the Psalms by Tim Keller. It is a PDF download which you will have access to immediately after purchase. This study can be used for your own personal devotions or a discussion guide for your Group. Click on the link to purchase the right number of leader guides and/or participant guides.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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WALK WORTHY: 
TAKING THE NEXT STEP

After we believe in Jesus, we begin a lifelong journey of becoming more like Him. We can be tempted, however, to stray off His path if we are not careful. God has given us the strength to follow Christ through some basic practices, also known as spiritual disciplines. These practices help us to walk in a manner worthy of the gospel.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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JESUS IS BETTER

We believe that Jesus is better than anything this world has to offer. We can be confident that our culture’s idols—the things we value above all else—cannot save or satisfy. Only Jesus can. Therefore, we earnestly desire that all people would turn from their sins and trust in Jesus as their Savior. While we may think the things of this world are good, Jesus is better.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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ALL IN

Do Christians have to obey the Ten Commandments? Or are they just some irrelevant code of law from long ago? In our series on the Ten Commandments, we seek to instruct Christians how to rightly relate to God's Law as expressed in the Ten Commandments. If we properly understand these Commandments, we will feel the depth of our sin but also see the greatness of Jesus’ mercy in fulfilling the Law.  

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

Do Christians have to obey the Ten Commandments? Or are they just some irrelevant code of law from long ago? In our series on the Ten Commandments, we seek to instruct Christians how to rightly relate to God's Law as expressed in the Ten Commandments. If we properly understand these Commandments, we will feel the depth of our sin but also see the greatness of Jesus’ mercy in fulfilling the Law.  

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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WALK WORTHY

The apostle Paul wrote the book of 1 Corinthians to apply the gospel to life of the Corinthian believers and deal with the various problems in their church. In 1 Corinthians 15, Paul defends the resurrection from those who would claim that it could never actually happen. But Paul ends 1 Corinthians 15 with an important exhortation for the Corinthians, and even for us today.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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Advent - The Songs of Christmas

Songs are powerful because they are often a response to a profound experience. When we feel joy, we often burst forth in song. When we are deeply hurting, lament pours onto the pages. The songs we sing reflect what our hearts worship. This Advent, we are studying songs that were sung by Bible characters in response to God’s greatest gift, Jesus Christ.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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WALK WORTHY

Jesus commands us that we are to make disciples as we “go” (Matthew 28:18). Lincroft Bible Church has a mission from God to make disciples. This has led us to our rally cry for this year: WALK WORTHY.  We want to take the next step in following Jesus and align ourselves with Him in our beliefs and actions and to grow in our purpose, mission, and identities as a church.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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BOLD LOVE

As we have learned to love God deeply and to love one another passionately, we want our love to move outward toward others. We want to love our neighbors boldly. There is no better way to learn how to love boldly than to study the life of Jesus.  By boldly loving those with whom He came in contact, He has become our perfect example. For the next 12 weeks, we will be studying Luke 13-16 to observe how Jesus’ bold love to save sinners motivates us to love our neighbors boldly. 

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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He is Risen Indeed

The gospel is a message of great depth and beauty but also of profound simplicity. Jesus has come to live the perfect life we have all failed to live. As the perfectly obedient sacrifice, Jesus offered Himself on the cross, taking the penalty of our sins so that we might be forgiven. But Jesus did not stay dead. He rose again, conquering sin, death, and the devil. Because of His resurrection, we can have a new spiritual life now and the promise of bodily resurrection later.

1 Corinthians 15 seems to explain these truths better than any other chapter of the Bible. For the next two weeks (and Good Friday), we will explore the depth, beauty, and simplicity of the gospel as found in 1 Corinthians 15.

NEW SERMON SERIES  "BEHOLD YOUR GOD"

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One Another

The New Testament devotes considerable time to instructing the church in how to live as family. In fact, there are 59 “one another” commands in the New Testament, and 15 out of the 59 are the same: “love one another" (25%!). Therefore, how we treat one another is very important in God's eyes. This series will focus on providing practical instruction on loving each other well. 

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