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The Gospel Isn’t Therapy

The gospel isn't therapy because the gospel deals with our biggest problem: rebellion; the gospel provides our greatest need: peace with; and because the gospel secures the destiny we were made for.

Given on Aug 18, 2019 by Matt Cohen at Citylight Manayunk as part of the sermon series "What the Gospel Isn't"

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The End of the Matter

Fear God and live and die well

Given on Aug 04, 2019 by Mark Giacobbe at Citylight Manayunk as part of the sermon series "Ecclesiastes"

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That We Might Be Identified with Him

Christ identified with us, and now we see that it was so we might be identified with Him in His death and resurrection, that we might die and walk in newness of life.

Given on Apr 21, 2019 by Mike Anderson at Citylight Center City as part of the sermon series "Easter 2019"

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Come Alive to God

Have you been made alive? Our big idea this Easter Sunday is to come alive to God by being made alive, by considering yourself alive, and by fighting for your life.

Given on Apr 21, 2019 by Matt Cohen at Citylight Manayunk as part of the sermon series "Easter 2019"

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Forgiveness of Sins (Definitive)

As a society, we've become less religious, but guilt strangely persists. Can it really be dealt with? Only if God forgives.

Given on Mar 24, 2019 by Mike Anderson at Citylight Center City as part of the sermon series "Apostles' Creed"

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Live Out of Your Elect-Identity

Live Out of Your Elect-Identity. 1. Believe the gospel, 2. Imitate gospel-messengers, 3. Be messengers and models.

Given on Mar 03, 2019 by Matt Cohen at Citylight Manayunk as part of the sermon series "1 Thessalonians"

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“I Believe”

What does it mean to begin the Apostles' Creed with "I Believe"? It's very different from the Creed by which we all naturally live: "I've done."

Given on Jan 27, 2019 by Mike Anderson at Citylight Center City as part of the sermon series "Apostles' Creed"

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Welcome One Another as Christ Has Welcomed You

How do we become a church that is a real, partial, imperfect, foretaste of the Kingdom to come? Welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.

Given on Jan 20, 2019 by Matt Cohen at Citylight Manayunk as part of the sermon series "Citylight's Future"

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Welcoming One Another

In order for the church to speak prophetically to our world about racial justice, we must be a racially just community. How are commanded to do so? It begins with welcoming one another as Christ as welcomed us, to the glory of God.

Given on Jan 20, 2019 by Mike Anderson at Citylight Center City as part of the sermon series "The Gospel & Race"

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Seek to Live the Blessed Life

We all want to live a life of permanent happiness, yet we are unsure how to get there.

Given on Dec 30, 2018 by Andy Resh at Citylight Manayunk as part of the sermon series "Stand-Alone Sermons"