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Sun, Jun 17, 2018
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41 mins 47 secs
As irreversible as gravity! The law of sowing and reaping. There are bodies of water that never "give"; there is plenty of "inflow" but nothing flows out! Special names are reserved for such places: "Salton Sea", "Great Salt Lake", "Dead Sea"! And isn't it interesting that, even in our respiration, we must "give" if we want to "receive" and survive. Our Scripture this morning is telling us that the same is true for every Christian. Let's learn this priceless truth together!
Sun, Jun 10, 2018
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47 mins 35 secs
Preparation for the last judgment/ plague. Which side are you on? Are you on the side where you see signs of wonder and power, or on the side that only sees plagues?
Sun, Jun 10, 2018
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38 mins 11 secs
" give proof before the churches of your love..." 2 Cor 8: 24 ESV Paul had been bragging about the corinthians Christians: how enthusiastic they were about that Jerusalem Offering! But that was a year ago and now it's time to collect the offering. What if things have change? What if passions have cooled and people are having second thoughts? Oh, it's "proof-time" in Corinth! Let's take a look... Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange CA  From his series: 2 Corinthians: You The Ultimate Survivor. 
Sun, Jun 03, 2018
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40 mins 38 secs
"Though He was rich, yet for your sake, He became poor..." 2 Cor 8:9 It all began when ruthless persecution smote the Christians in Jerusalem. A few years later came terrible famine. That's when Paul came up with a brilliant inspiration: what if the non-Jewish Christians took up a collection? Yes! The "children" of the Gospel now blessing the spiritual "parents". It was an outlandish idea! And God has been using Christians to bless the world ever since! Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA From his series on 2 Corinthians: You: The Ultimate Survivor
Sun, Jun 03, 2018
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42 mins 48 secs
Join us as we read through the 8th and 9th judgment. Most people are not comfortable with the thought of God judging, people dying or suffering, but these judgments/ plagues are a result of how the Egyptians have been dealing harshly with the Israelites and how Pharaoh doesn't want to listen to God's instructions. God cares about the next generations (Ex. 10:2) and will use these judgments to not only teach the current generation but, also, those that will come in the future.
Sun, May 27, 2018
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38 mins 55 secs
This week we are reading about the 7th plague/ judgment. The judgment of hail.
Sun, May 27, 2018
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40 mins 43 secs
"For Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regrets." 2 Cor 7: 10 NIV "Sorrow never comes too late and happiness too swiftly flies," is Thomas Gray's sad assessment of life. But isn't this Word of God refreshing? Not all sorrow is bad! Some sorrow is definitely needed; can't come soon enough, in fact! And you will never find true happiness without it. Let's dive in... Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Chapel Old Towne, Orange, CA From his series: 2 Corinthians: You the Ultimate Survivor
Sun, May 13, 2018
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35 mins 12 secs
"But God, who comforts the downcast, comforted us..." 2 Cor 7:6 "No pity extends to the prideful man, who carries his own comfort with him." Wow! What a thought! Could it be that our present, carefree generation is just crafting its own "comfort" using self-made baubles and frauds? Oh, this world is in desperate need of real comfort, and there is only One who can bring it! Message by Pastor Rod Schorr, Calvary Old Towne, Orange, CA 92672 From his series on 2 Corinthians: You, the Ultimate Survivor
Sun, May 13, 2018
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43 mins 24 secs
In this passage we read about the plague/judgment of flies, Pharaoh says the Israelites can go sacrifice but within the land, Moses says NO that's not the deal, the judgment of loss of livestock, judgment of boils.
Sun, May 06, 2018
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45 mins 50 secs
"Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers." 2 Cor 6: 14 Isn't it remarkable? Last week we were exhorted to be "big-hearted" people, not "small; with generous affections, not "narrow" (2 Cor 6: 11-13). We must "open our hearts" and love this lost world as God "so loved" it. But now, this morning, we are warned not to be "yoked"! What does that mean?