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In this full-service recording from The Well, you'll be blessed by the music - led by Gary Heck - and the message offered by Rev. Barkley Wyckoff.

Barkley asks the probing question, for what earthly temptation might you be tempted to give up all of the blessings of God?  The message is based on the story of Esau and Jacob...and how Esau gave up his culturally-assumed birthright of being the heir to Abraham's fortune all for a bowl of soup.
As you listen to this poignant message and service, may God bless you as you respond to what the Holy Spirit speaks to your heart.
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We continue in our systematic study of the Book of Acts as Dr. McCormick opens God's Word in Acts 16.

When Paul and Silas are in jail, most would have thought that they were finished.  But God, in his infinite sovereignty, unleashes his power to do mighty things, leading to the conversion of the jailer and his family.
This is a story of two contrasting powers:  God's and the World's.  Listen to the message and respond as the Lord leads.  And may God bless you as you invoke his power in your life to glorify Him.
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It was a special day as we celebrated the 25th birthday of Royal Palm Presbyterian Church.  Dr. Warner capped off an inspirational morning with a message from 1 Samuel 7 about the monuments by which we remember the Lord's blessings and work in our midst.

The recording begins with the Clifford family string quartet and then proceeds into Dr. Warner's message.  We trust that the Lord will bless you as you participate in our celebration as we give thanks to the Lord for all he has done at and for Royal Palm Church.
God bless you!
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For most families, dinner time is a special time. It is a time to catch up, see how the day went, look forward to the next day TOGETHER.  "Table Talk" is part of our tradition...but as is true with every tradition, it can become moot, routine, stagnant.

In the Gospels we see Jesus engaging his disciples at Passover. As they sat around the Passover table, which becomes the model for the Lord's Table at Communion, they were talking, and the Bible says, "Jesus said to them, 'I tell you the truth.'"
What truth would Jesus say to us today?  In this communion meditation, Dr. McCormick offers three possible questions Jesus might ask as we gather around His Table.  These questions are meant to keep the Lord's Supper special. They are meant to make our participation in the Lord's Supper a testimony of our faith, no just part of our Christian routine.
May God bless you as you respond to his Word, led by the Holy Spirit. 
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As we continue in our thematic study of the "Heroes of our Faith", Pastor Barkley opens the Word for us as we discover truths about contentment by examining the life of Job.  

If anyone in human history had the "right" to be discontent, it might be Job.  Yet in this message, we hear insights into contentment that will help even those in the most dire of circumstances.
May the Lord bless you as you respond to what the Holy Spirit is saying to his people.  
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We take a break from our systematic study of the Book of Acts as Dr. Joe preaches a message on the importance of the Reformation and how Martin Luther permanently changed the church for the good as he posted the 95 Thesis at Wittenberg.  This brave act of faithfulness wast he beginning of the Great Reformation.

We know you will not only appreciate the historic relevance of this message, but you will be inspired and thankful for the courage of Martin Luther.
May God bless you as you take His Word and respond to what the Holy Spirit is saying.
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