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    Message: “Death to Resurrection: The Wilderness to the Promised Land” from Pastor Mark Couser

    Pastor Mark Couser - March 21, 2018

    Death to Resurrection: The Wilderness to the Promised Land

    A journey through a desolate place causes concern. In the midst of a desert, we wonder if we have enough water and food. In the middle of a drive across the wilderness of the Western Plains, we repeatedly check the fuel gauge. We know that death awaits the unprepared in the wilds and woolies. Indeed, the wilderness has always been considered a place of death and separation, a place of exile from all that we long for and hold dear, even from life itself. A journey through the wilderness is dangerous; but what awaits those who arrive at the other side? New life, a resurrection, a promised land where the Lord provides all good things, all life-giving and life-sustaining things. These are the blessings that come to the people of God from God’s hand as He brings us out of the wilderness of sin into the paradise purchased by His Son. OT Reading: Joshua 3:1-6 NT Reading: Matthew 3:13; 4:1-2

    From Series: "The Journey Home"

    LENTEN MESSAGE SERIES Lent is the journey with Jesus where He will face the cross and the grave for our sake. Any journey home begins, of course, away from home. There is great joy on the way as we see our journey home coming closer and closer. Each leg of our journey reminds us of where we have been and focuses our eyes on the cross and empty tomb which have opened the gate of everlasting life. Along the way, we are strengthened by the reality of joy that we do not walk this way alone.

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    Message: “Death to Resurrection: The Wilderness to the Promised Land” from Pastor Mark Couser

    Pastor Mark Couser - March 21, 2018

    Death to Resurrection: The Wilderness to the Promised Land

    A journey through a desolate place causes concern. In the midst of a desert, we wonder if we have enough water and food. In the middle of a drive across the wilderness of the Western Plains, we repeatedly check the fuel gauge. We know that death awaits the unprepared in the wilds and woolies. Indeed, the wilderness has always been considered a place of death and separation, a place of exile from all that we long for and hold dear, even from life itself. A journey through the wilderness is dangerous; but what awaits those who arrive at the other side? New life, a resurrection, a promised land where the Lord provides all good things, all life-giving and life-sustaining things. These are the blessings that come to the people of God from God’s hand as He brings us out of the wilderness of sin into the paradise purchased by His Son. OT Reading: Joshua 3:1-6 NT Reading: Matthew 3:13; 4:1-2

    From Series: "The Journey Home"

    LENTEN MESSAGE SERIES Lent is the journey with Jesus where He will face the cross and the grave for our sake. Any journey home begins, of course, away from home. There is great joy on the way as we see our journey home coming closer and closer. Each leg of our journey reminds us of where we have been and focuses our eyes on the cross and empty tomb which have opened the gate of everlasting life. Along the way, we are strengthened by the reality of joy that we do not walk this way alone.

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