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  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 7) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on September 3, 2015 at 12:00 PM
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    The History: God's people on display

    The books of history serve to prove the point of the story of God. On our own, we're hopeless. This series of stories walks through the themes of humanity that emerge from the story of God.

    The Old Testament is violent, and the God described in it is usually seen as endorsing that violence. But we're supposed to wrestle with it. We're supposed to not like it, because not liking it causes us to see the violence in ourselves and ultimately, to see the violence that God takes on himself at the Cross.

    Message based on Joshua 6:1-21 , The Battle of Jericho. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell, Saskatchewan on 30 August, 2015.

  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 6) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on September 3, 2015 at 11:50 AM
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    Exodus: The Play is Cast

    Exodus is an origin story for the people of God. It tells how their unique relationship came into existence and how they became who they are as the people of God.

    Through the story of the Exodus we see the story of God come to its conclusion: how do the people of God live as the people of God? Through he giving of the law though we come to understand a deeper truth. That the law doesn't exist to make us slaves, but exists to show us the best way to live. Love God, Love Others

    Message based on Exodus 20:1-21, The Ten Commandments. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell, Saskatchewan on 23 August, 2015.

  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 5) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on September 3, 2015 at 11:42 AM
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    Exodus: The Play is Cast

    Exodus is an origin story for the people of God. It tells how their unique relationship came into existence and how they became who they are as the people of God.

    Through the story of the Exodus we see the story of God laid bare: God is a God of liberation. This liberation becomes a theme for the people of God throughout the rest of the Bible and reveals something of the heart of God: a preferential option for the poor ...

    Message based on Exodus 15:1-11, Moses' Song. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell, Saskatchewan on 16 August, 2015.

  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 4) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on August 13, 2015 at 1:01 PM
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    Exodus: The Play is Cast

    Exodus is an origin story for the people of God. It tells how their unique relationship came into existence and how they became who they are as the people of God.

    Through the story of the Exodus we see the story of God begin to be flushed out and apply to real people in real situations. But all of that begins with the Revelation of God to Moses at the Burning Bush, and those five little words "I am that I am..."

    Message based on Exodus 3 1-11, the Burning Bush. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell Saskatchewan on 9 August, 2015

  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 3) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on August 6, 2015 at 11:58 AM
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    Genesis: The Stage is Set...

    Genesis means beginnings, and so there is no better place to see the story of God begin than at the beginning. In a lot of ways Genesis doesn't give us much payoff in terms of seeing the story unfold, but it sets the stage.

    Here we see a covenant struck - an agreement for how God and Humanity are going to relate to each other; how creation is going to be restored. But it's not going to be what Abram or anyone thinks. God is playing a whole new ball game ...

    Message based on Genesis 15:1-18, the Covenant. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell Saskatchewan on 2 August, 2015

  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 2) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on August 2, 2015 at 11:27 AM
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    Genesis: The Stage is Set...

    Genesis means beginnings, and so there is no better place to see the story of God begin than at the beginning. In a lot of ways Genesis doesn't give us much payoff in terms of seeing the story unfold, but it sets the stage.

    The fall shows us where all of our problems come from. We see God remove himself from the equation, we see the world fall into the power of sin and death, but we catch our first glimpses of something new on the horizon - the fall, met by grace.

    Message based on Genesis 3:1-19, the Fall. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell Saskatchewan on 26 July, 2015

    Clip at the Beginning is from Noah, the 2014 film by Darren Aronofsky, distributed by Paramount Pictures

  • The Greatest Stories Ever Told (Part 1) ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on August 2, 2015 at 11:24 AM
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    Genesis: The Stage is Set...

    Genesis means beginnings, and so there is no better place to see the story of God begin than at the beginning. In a lot of ways Genesis doesn't give us much payoff in terms of seeing the story unfold, but it sets the stage.

    In creation we see both the end and the beginning of the story, we see what we were made for, we see what Creation could be, but mostly we see the ideal of God laid out for us, and it is supposed to make us long for home.

    Message based on Genesis 1:1-31, the Creation of the Universe. Preached at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Grenfell Saskatchewan on 19 July, 2015

    Music at the beginning is from the Album "Music Inspired by the Story", Track 1 - Creation


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