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Written by: Al Letkeman on: August 8, 2018
After the golden calf debacle, we find God still promising to send Moses and the Israelites to the Promised Land, but He declared that He’s not going with them.
Written by: Joey Sanchez on: July 25, 2018
Written by: Andy Porter on: July 12, 2018
The book of Zechariah, like the book of Revelation has some pretty far-out imagery in it. One of the slightly easier to understand pictures is found in chapter 8:22-23. The picture is one of the nations of the world flooding to Jerusalem to seek the living God and plead for His favor. Why? Why do they come?
Written by: Al Letkeman on: June 28, 2018
If you were at NSC on Sunday, you heard the following quote as we walked through another portion of Exodus. The quote was the following: “We’re not in the land of the living and heading for the land of the dying, but we’re in the land of the dying, trying to get to the land of the living.” Reall
Written by: Joey Sanchez on: June 21, 2018
I worry about money, and I worry about it quite a lot.
So I do what I do best. Cry out to God. Actually more like complain to God.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: June 13, 2018
“I believe God made me for a purpose, but he also made me fast. And when I run I feel His pleasure.”
Written by: Andy Porter on: June 6, 2018
On Sunday we pondered in our church service the first song we find in the Bible (Exodus 15).
Written by: Andy Porter on: May 28, 2018
It just seemed wrong! The four friends had worked so hard to get their friend to Jesus. They pushed through all the crowds, dug through the earthen roof and then taken the strain as they lowered their paralyzed friend to the floor on a mat. Then the miracle healer who, thus far had healed every person brought to him, drops a bomb.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: May 17, 2018
Reading through the plagues in the book of Exodus is to read an increasing sense of judgment and an increasing sense of mercy and grace.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: May 3, 2018
Studying the lives of the Israelites, we see so many comparisons to our own lives, don’t we? The beginning of Exodus finds them living for years in slavery, beaten down by the oppression.
Written by: Jason Friesen on: April 25, 2018
In Exodus 5 we get the long-awaited confrontation between God and Pharaoh. The Israelites have been in slavery for hundreds of years at this point. They need a rescuer. God has come to rescue them, and Moses is His messenger.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: April 18, 2018
If you were at NSC, this past Sunday, you heard Moses’ conversation with God in chapters 3 and 4. In this dialogue, Moses asks two very pertinent questions for each of our lives.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: April 11, 2018
If you were at NSC, this past Sunday, you heard Moses’ conversation with God in chapters 3 and 4. In this dialogue, Moses asks two very pertinent questions for each of our lives
Written by: Al Letkeman on: April 9, 2018
The sight on the shores of the Red Sea, must have been something to behold. Scholars estimate the number of those coming through the sea, may have been over 2 million people
Written by: Al Letkeman on: March 28, 2018
Looking back on Palm Sunday, the day that ushers in Holy Week, it’s rather intriguing to meditate upon the reality that the God of the universe rode into Jerusalem on a lowly donkey.