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Dry Bones Pt.1 Can These Bones Live?

Dry Bones Pt.1 Can These Bones Live?

July 16, 2017 - Pastor Barry Clair - Dry Bones Part 1, Can These Bones Live?
Today I begin a new series called DRY BONES.
While I was convalescing with my broken ankle, Dallas Elder spoke from this text.  I was excited and spoke with him later that week because God had been moving in my heart to speak from the text Ezekiel 37 also. So, this must be an extremely important message from God because He's having it preached again.
This text has two contexts; an historical context and a modern context.  Let us first look at the historical context.

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The Narrow Road Pt. 3 - Tools of Navigation

The Narrow Road Pt. 3 - Tools of Navigation

July 2, 2017 - Pastor Barry Clair - The Narrow Road Part 3, Tools of Navigation
For the last couple of weeks we've been talking about what the Narrow Road is, and why only a few find it.
Last week, I talked about the arduous journey.  The last point in that message was that the road is narrow in its difficulty.   It is narrow because of persecution and opposition (thlipsis).  And it is narrow in that it takes every ounce of energy and effort we have to enter the narrow gate (agonozonai).
If you want to be, like I do, one of the few that travel the Narrow Road that leads to life, you need the tools Jesus provides for the journey.

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The Narrow Road Part 2

The Narrow Road Part 2 "The Arduous Journey"

June 25, 2017 - Pastor Barry Clair - The Narrow Road Part 2, The Arduous Journey
John Bunyan, the great English and Puritan preacher, in 1678. wrote one of Christianity's most popular and classic books. It has been translated into 200 languages and has never been out of print. The book is called The Pilgrim's Progress.
The plot centers on the main character whose name is Christian. It chronicles his arduous journey from his hometown, the "City of Destruction" to the "Celestial City." It's a great book.
In the story, when faced with a decision at the bottom of the Hill of Difficulty, Christian makes this poetic statement,

"This hill, though high, I covet to ascend;
the difficulty will not me offend.
For I perceive the way to life lies here.
Come, pluck up, heart; let's neither faint nor fear.
Better, though difficult, the right way to go,
than wrong, though easy, where the end is woe.
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