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If you plan to visit, calling ahead is advised due to the obscurity of our location.

Christ Church—Radford

6226 University Park Drive

Radford, VA 24141

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Traits of True Worship (Matthew 15:1-20)

The Pharisees accused the disciples of breaking the tradition of the elders because of their failure to go through the necessary ceremonial washing of hands before they eat. But Jesus used their accusation as an opportunity to make His own accusation against them, showing them their failure to honor God’s word. They knew the fifth commandment, which requires us to honor ...

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Devotion to Fellowship (Hebrews 10:1-25)

The original recipients of this letter were in grave danger of giving into the culturally acceptable religion of their day. We are in the same danger today. Christ is often considered a mere convenient addition to our self-made religion, which produces a half-hearted Christianity. ...

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Grace, Kindness, & Love (Titus 2:11-3:7)

God is love in His own nature. He is essentially kind and good, and the whole earth is full of His goodness and experiences it. We, as humans, have been especially created to participate and partake of His kindness in the most abundant measure. The Father, from all eternity...

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The Treasure and the Pearl (Matthew 13:44-46)

In these two parables, Jesus teaches us that the kingdom of heaven is of such surpassing value that it is worth having, no matter the cost. ...

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The Wheat and the Tares, Part 2 (Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43)

In this current stage of the kingdom of heaven, the wheat and the tares...

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The Wheat and the Tares, Part 1 (Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43)

The parable of the wheat and the tares, like each of the parables in Matthew 13, communicates a particular aspect of the kingdom of heaven. It tells us what the kingdom is like in its current stage, and it also tells us what the kingdom will be like in its coming stage. Regarding the current stage, it tells us three things....

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The Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23)

What is probably meant by “road” is more of a walking path that went through the field that people used a short cut to get from one side to the other. The path was too hard for the seed to sink in, so it remained on the surface where the birds could easily pluck it up and eat it. This soil describes the heart of someone who hears the word of God and is totally unaffect...

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Purpose of the Parables (Matthew 13:10-17)

The parables of Matthew 13 are commonly referred to as “The Parables of the Kingdom.” Matthew often refers to the kingdom of heaven, while Luke and Mark often use the phrase kingdom of God. Jesus used the terms interchangeably. The coming of this kingdom was the great expectation of God’s people throughout the Old Testament, when their enemies would be defeated, they...

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To Babel and Beyond (Genesis 11)

The story of Babel records the third major judgment of God since the creation of mankind. It is a memorable story because of the countless cultures that came forth from it. However, it is also a sad story because of the rebellion against God. God had been clear on more than one occasion that His people must “be fruitful and multiply; populate the earth abundantly and mu...

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Gracious Signs and Grievous Sins (Genesis 9-10)

The covenant made with Noah comprehended all of creation. It embraced the beasts of the field, as well as the entirety of the human race. The promise of this covenant preserves...

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