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Sun, May 26, 2019
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54 mins 32 secs
"My teaching is not mine, but His who sent me." Jn 7: 16 This world has always been looking for Truth, and--oh!--in all the wrong places too! Our passage this morning actually addresses this issue, as the crowds express their amazement at the teachings of Jesus. Where did He get His grasp of the Truth? Oh!--what a relevant question for us today! Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA from his series: The Gospel of John: Truth for a World in the Grip of a Lie
Sun, May 19, 2019
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42 mins 53 secs
"He did not want to walk in Judea, because the Jews sought to kill Him." Jn 7:1 Here in chapter 7, on His way back to Judea, Jesus steps into a minefield. There is danger, opposition, hatred and discouragement in almost every verse of our text this morning. And--guess what?--it's the same field you and I must walk through. So...welcome to the army of the Cross! Let's dig in... Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA
Sun, May 12, 2019
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38 mins
"Then Jesus said to the Twelve: 'Do you also want to go away?'" Jn 6: 67 John Trapp puts it well: "No man stumbles alone, but is always drawing company along with him." Oh, how true! Here in this morning's text, as "many of His disciples" fall away, Jesus is concerned about that. What about you? Will you stay true, while much of the world defects? Oh! How blessed if you do! Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA
Sun, May 05, 2019
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48 mins 4 secs
"The Jews then complained about Him because He said: 'I am the Bread which came down from heaven.'" Jn 6: 41 How remarkable is Isaiah's prophecy of the coming of the Savior: "He shall be a sanctuary, but also a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense." Is 8:14 Well...which one is He? A sanctuary or a stumbling block? Oh, that will depend on you? We find the same issue here in our text this morning.  Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA From his series: The Gospel of John: Truth for a World in the Grip of a Lie
Sun, Apr 28, 2019
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42 mins 57 secs
"But He said to me: 'My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness'." 2 Cor 12: 9 It's as old as the ancient Book of Job--older in fact!--and it still goes on to this day: the endless debate about suffering and why it keeps happening in our world and in our lives. Shouldn't the Christian, at least, be immune from such things? It's a fair enough question. Get ready for great answers, as Pastor Bob Boxer expounds this beautiful passage of Scripture.  Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA