Monday Matters

An overview of what was covered during our services at Decker Prairie on Sunday 

The Pitiful Pair

2 Tim. 2:19-3:13 The pitiful pair – lovers of self and lovers of pleasure, from this text. These two things describe a lot of what’s wrong with the Lord’s people. Our culture promotes this every day. We have to fight it. This involves our entire response to God. There is

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Love Your Neighbor by Judging Fairly

Two of the most misunderstood passages in general will be covered this morning. Judge not lest you be judged. Matt 7:1. And, loving your neighbor, as we’ve been discussing, Lev. 19. We need to be aware of verses that are often used out of context, like Matt 7. When people

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Love Your Neighbor by Helping Generously

Lev. 19:9-10.  When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not reap to the edges of the field or gather the gleanings of your harvest. Do not go over your vineyard a second time or pick up the grapes that have fallen. Leave them for the poor and

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Peering Past the Pearly Gates

Does heaven hold all for me? Joy without measure will be my treasure. The goal of this lesson is to enhance that feeling in each of us. No one in heaven wants to return here. No one in heaven decides it wasn’t worth the effort to serve God while they

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Does Jesus Care What I Wear?

Maybe the place to start with this is do I care what I wear? Of course, we all do, in most places. There is something particular in where we are going and what we are doing that makes us care. The Bible has a lot to say about this, how

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Love Your Neighbor by Acting Ethically

The parable of the Good Samaritan is actually a story about ethics. The story contains a bit of socratic type dialogue. The original question doesn’t end up being the real concern. The final issue is answering the question “Who is my neighbor?” and how one should act based on the

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Free 10 Day Spiritual Guide

Decker Prairie offers this 10 day guide as a way to introduce important concepts from Scripture. We hope it is a blessing to you on your journey to greater faith in God.