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    Wednesdays with Webster (October 14, 2020)

    Today we are reminded from the Old Testament prophet Nahum of the faithfulness and justice of God. In the face of wickedness and alienation, God promises to hold the guilty accountable and to lift up those who call on His name. Nahum 1:3 The Lord is slow to anger and great in power, and the […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (October 7, 2020)

    Here is the quote I read in the video: “Can we believe that God ever really modifies His action in response to the suggestions of men? For infinite wisdom does not need telling what is best, and infinite goodness needs no urging to do it. But neither does God need any of those things that […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (September 30, 2020)

    We talk today about the importance of inconvenient truth. In both the Old and New Testament we see the importance of being challenged by realities that force change. In an increasingly truthless age, Christians must be people of the truth who allow themselves to be confronted personally and corporately by what is plainly true. May […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (September 23, 2020)

    It’s perhaps never been easier to “lose heart” than at this moment of personal and collective disruption. We take a look today at 2 Corinthians 3 and 4 the apostle Paul’s encouragement that something glorious is happening in us. In this knowledge we can persevere under the leading, direction and protection of the Spirit. SHOW […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (September 9, 2020)

    We talk today briefly about the possibility of confidence in the face of a culture that is suspicious about all claims regarding truth. The apostle Peter talks with remarkable clarity about his understanding of the world and the reliability of the story the Bible tells. More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (August 26, 2020)

    The disciples spent years with Jesus personally and yet repeatedly struggled  (even in crucial moments) to understand His mission. Today we’ll take a look at several instances of confusion from the disciples and hopefully emerge on the other side with a little more humility. In anxious days, we’re all in great need of self-awareness. More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (August 19, 2020)

    We are living in sad, anxious and fearful times, friends. It’s important to be honest about our emotions, but always to condition them with information. Today we’ll talk for a minute about Psalm 42 and how it helps us navigate traumatic experiences. More