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All talks are also available on the “Discovery Church: Grand Rapids” podcast, which can be found on SoundCloud, iTunes, and Google Play.

God’s Harvest (Isaiah 5:1-7)

God’s Harvest (Isaiah 5:1-7)

Father God, through His Son Jesus, has provided all that is necessary for there to be a good harvest in His people, and a good harvest through His people in the world. By Paul Sausser

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A Call for Tenacious Faith (John 4:43-54)

A Call for Tenacious Faith (John 4:43-54)

Jesus brought in the Kingdom of God to bring restoration, healing, and grace to a broken world. All He asks for is faith—not a lot of faith, but a tenacious faith. Come to Him and He will make your faith grow. By Paul Sausser

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The Outcast Worshippers (Matthew 2:1-12)

The Magi’s worshipful presence at the Nativity reveals exactly who the Christ Child came to redeemed—people from all over the world with no one left out—no not one. By Paul Sausser

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2020 Vision for the New Year (Matthew 6:19-22; 31-34)

Photo by Andrea Davis on Unsplash As we look ahead to the new year 2020, we are encouraged to set new goals and resolutions to better ourselves. Today we are challenged to set Kingdom minded goals to seek God first in 2020, His Kingdom and His righteousness. By Mary Sterenberg

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Hope in a Brutal World (Matthew 2:13-23)

It’s a brutal world that Jesus came into to save. As evil raised its ugly head to kill the newborn King, only to kill other innocents instead, evil cannot stop God’s plan to bring hope, salvation, and new life to this fallen and broken world. By Paul Sausser

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God with Us (Matthew 1:18-25)

The name given to Jesus of Immanuel is used 2 times in the Bible—both times during great turmoil. Whether today is a time of turmoil or not, His presence with us shows His care for us in tough times. Immanuel's promise prompts us to be thankful when we reflect back on those difficult days. By Paul Sausser

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Prepare Well (Matthew 11:2-11)

John the Baptist sends his community to Jesus to ask Him if Jesus was the Promised Messiah. John was disappointed in Him—after all, John was in prison. Jesus responded by pointing out His kingdom work, the work that His body, the church, is to continue doing. By Paul Sausser

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Come to the New (Matthew 3:1-12)

John the Baptist called all people to reorient their lives by confessing their sin through baptism. Repentance is how we prepare to meet Jesus. Along with repentance of our sin is the responsibility to respond to God’s grace of forgiveness in bearing fruit that matches new life in Christ. By Paul Sausser

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