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	In the month of May we had 3 weeks of "stand alone sermons" that touched on a 'Mother's Day Playlist' found in Proverbs, Romans 12, and a compelling look at the narrative of the Transfiguration on Memorial Day weekend.
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	Customarily our approach to study on Sundays is to reach into the Word with the goal being learning how we can improve our devotion and commitment to Christ.  What can we know better, do better, be better.  But for this week, keeping with the memorial day spirit, we sought to turn the attention from OUR devotion to the Lord to be on HIS devotion to us.  The passage we studied, the Transfiguration of Christ, features a clarification that puts Jesus devotion to us beyond any question.  Peter, dumbfounded by the appearance of Moses and Elijah alongside with Jesus, suggested building three memorials for these three big influences.  The word “memorial” is the same word for tabernacles/booths used to commemorate God’s care for Israel in the years of the wilderness wandering.  Every year during the feast of tabernacles, Jewish people built these palm branch lean to shelters where they would spend the night in honor of the Lord’s protection and provision.  Peter envisioned building commemorative stations to honor the big three for their role in their lives.  Moses the law giver led the people of God out of a dark place into a promised place.  Elijah the great prophet called people back to God and was a catalyst for miraculous spiritual works.  Peter though it was appropriate to build each a memorial.  But a cloud interrupts Peter and a Voice in the cloud clarifies that Jesus was not just another spiritual influence – this was God’s Son, the Chosen One. The Voice concludes with a clear and decisive announcement:  “Listen to Him!”  In other words, Jesus isn’t on equal footing with any other influence that God uses in our lives.  His place is unique.  His devotion to us is unique.  His commitment is like no other.  He has no classmates, no rival, no equal.  As the passage ends, Jesus is viewed Jesus standing alone, Moses and Elijah have come and gone – but Jesus remains.  The truth of our lives is God uses lots of people and events to shape and influence us.  We are grateful for all of them.  But we memorialize One.  Only Jesus.  His unmatched devotion is worthy of our memorial.
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	Romans 12 is a rich chapter in which we are given an invitation to join the Body of Christ and exercise the gifts that we have all received by the grace of God through the Holy Spirit.  Whether it’s prophesy, serving, teaching, exhortation, giving, leadership or mercy, it takes all of us to be the Body of Christ and we all have a part to play.  Our prayer is that people would feel an awareness of the gifts that have been given to them and a desire to exercise those gifts in a way that build people up.
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	How many of you remember “mix tapes?”  Back in the day, putting together a playlist at home meant having to record a collection of songs on a cassette tape.  It was labor intensive but well worth it to have your favorite tunes on your summer road trip or for a special occasion.  This Sunday we will take a look at a “Mother’s Day Play List” put together in Proverbs 31.  This familiar catalogue has a great mix of some classic things about moms.  We will highlight some of these with a special interest in inspiring all of us to be more fruitful in these mom traits: she can find things, sense things and fix things.
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MAY SERMONS

In the month of May we had 3 weeks of "stand alone sermons" that touched on a 'Mother's Day Playlist' found in Proverbs, Romans 12, and a compelling look at the narrative of the Transfiguration on Memorial Day weekend.

Only Jesus

· Chuck Angel

Get in the Game

· Jonathan Wright

Mothers Day Playlist

· Chuck Angel