Be Still
Cities Church Exhortations
by Daniel Helstrom
6d ago
In this exhortation, Dan Helstrom references Psalm 46:10 to exhorts us – especially the mothers – to stop and listen to God. As we consistently practice this “stopping and listening,” more and more we’ll be able to do it even in the midst of chaos — as God’s peace and rest become more real than the noise around us ..read more
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Husbands, Love Your Wives
Cities Church Exhortations
by Marshall Segal
2w ago
In this sermon, Marshall Segal exhorts husbands to love their wives as Christ loved the church, women to seek out Ephesians 5 men, single men to aspire to be an Ephesians 5 man, and the wives to honor and celebrate these men that pursue her, lead her, cherish her, die for her ..read more
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Renewed Day by Day
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jon Hoglund
3w ago
In this exhortation, Jon Hoglund refers to the “day by day” renewal that the Apostle Paul explains in 2 Corinthians 4:16. Our temptation is to look at the slowness of our progress and ask, “Is God really at work?” But we should remember that sanctification is a slow and patient work in which God acquaints us with the new creation ..read more
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The New Creation Now
Cities Church Exhortations
by Mike Polley
1M ago
In this exhortation, Pastor Mike Polley compares the incomprehensible depths of the Grand Canyon with the even grander incomprehensibility of the new heavens and earth. We may not know what heaven will be like in full, but God has given us glimpses of it here on earth now when he reveals himself to us. Let’s recognize and appreciate the new creation God has started in our hearts so that when we do arrive in glory we will be prepared to embrace all that it is, with the eyes of our hearts wide open ..read more
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Jesus Has Not Forgotten
Cities Church Exhortations
by Mike Schumann
1M ago
In this exhortation, Pastor Mike Schumann reminds us that even now that Jesus has ascended into heaven, and it is so much greater up there than down here, we should remember that the King keeps caring for his people, it is his citizens who stop caring for their king. Jesus has ascended into heaven. Even still, we are not out of his sight, nor his mind. Jesus has ascended into heaven, out of our sight. Is he out of our mind as well ..read more
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Not the Triumphal Entry We Expect
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jon Hoglund
2M ago
In this exhortation, on Palm Sunday, Jon Hoglund reflects upon the triumphal entry of Jesus and what it tells us about our current reality. Could we surrender to Jesus today that plan of ours that we really treasure, and that if it didn’t come about, we would be upset with our creator and Lord ..read more
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Fueling or Draining?
Cities Church Exhortations
by Jonathan Parnell
2M ago
In this exhortation, Pastor Jonathan Parnell exhorts: As Jesus worshipers, know what it is in your life that fuels and drains the purpose for which God made you. What distracts you from Jesus? What helps you to see and savor him, to glorify and enjoy him ..read more
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Think Well About Heaven
Cities Church Exhortations
by Clint Manley
2M ago
In this exhortation, Deacon Clint Manley looks to Paul's frequent thoughts about heaven in the book of Philippians. Paul thought much of heaven. And as citizens of heaven, we too should hope and desire and imagine well about heaven – for it will be far better ..read more
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Forgiveness Is an Act of War
Cities Church Exhortations
by Marshall Segal
2M ago
In this exhortation, Marshall Segal reminds us what Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 2 on how to guard against the lies of the devil – forgiveness. Let’s not withhold forgiveness, but rather “Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you” (Ephesians 4:32 ..read more
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The Weight of your Sin
Cities Church Exhortations
by Mike Polley
3M ago
In this exhortation, Pastor Mike Polley imagines how our hearts would honestly describe the commandments of God. Would they say burdensome? Or would they say pure, perfect, reviving? By our selfishness and pride, we might think God’s commands are burdensome, but the burden we bear is actually the weight of our own sin. Let’s remember and really, truly believe that God’s Word leads us to life ..read more
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