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Dr. Hinson’s message is based on Luke’s account of Jesus being dedicated in the Temple in keeping with Jewish Law and customs. Based on Luke 2:22-40.
Dr. Hinson explores Titus 3: 4-7 in this Christmas Eve meditation.
Dr. Hinson’s message on the 4th Sunday of Advent. Based on Luke 1:26-38; Luke 1: 46b-55.
In this Advent message Dr. Hinson guides us through Jesus’ own proclamation about his coming recorded in Luke 4 where Jesus reads from the scroll of Isaiah in the temple. Based on Luke 4 which quotes Isaiah 61. Dr. Hinson also calls us to look at Thessalonians 5: 16-23.
Dr. Hinson takes us through both Old and New Testament passages that foretell the birth of Jesus, the ultimate “Good News” for all of us. Based on Isaiah 40:1-11; Psalm 85:1-2,8-13; II Peter 3:8-15; and Mark 1:1-8.
In this first Sunday of Advent message Dr. Hinson leads us to explore questions that, if we are honest, we have all had at some time. Based on passages from Isaiah 64, Psalm 80, Mark 13, and 1 Corinthians.
Dr. Hinson brings a message focused on Psalm 107, a Psalm of thanksgiving.
In this message Dr. Hinson guides in an understanding of Jesus’ parable of the Wedding Feast found in Matthew 22:1-14.
In this message Dr. Hinson leads us to examine Jesus’ teaching through the parable of the Landowner and the Tenants found in Matthew 21:33-46. God entrusts us with His mission and gives us opportunity to demonstrate our trustworthiness. What are we doing with that trust?
This message by Dr. Hinson explores the announcement of God that “all lives are mine” found in Ezekiel 18.