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The Hope of Easter

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Easter 2019 at Beautiful Savior

Hope is a beautiful word and a powerful force, but our hopes aren’t always realized.

Our hopes aren’t always realized.

Discover a hope that won’t disappoint – the Hope of Easter. Experience the good news of love, a new start, and the promise of eternal life – all connected to a world-changing event that brings hope.

Join us at Beautiful Savior for vibrant worship, an inspirational message, and a place for your family to discover The Hope of Easter

Easter Sunday

April 21st, 2019


Series Continues Through June 2nd.

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The blockbusters have hit the big screen. Capes. Masks. Ripping muscles. Body armor. Witty one-liners. Such are the signs of our superheroes with superpowers. Fictions captivate our minds and imaginations, as these heroes face insurmountable odds yet overcome. Their strength and tenacity amazes. Their grit and determination motivates. Their comedy in the face of tragedy lifts our spirits.

Our superheroes with their superpowers give us hope. The hope that there is strength beyond what we can muster. Hope that people can see others in need and intervene. Hope that this world can be a better place. Hope that in the end good can conquer evil, but then we step out of the movie theater or turn off the TV. Perhaps we are left wondering if such hopes are foolish.

Such hopes are not foolish, but they are found in fact, not fiction. Join us as we see Jesus is the hero we need, with the superpower to strengthen us.

This worship series runs from June 24 – July 22, 2018.


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June 2014

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The Lord of Glory

Lately I have noticed several people have gotten work done on the trees on their property. That sight caused me to consider those trees.  Trees are incredible!  They are strong, grow so tall, and are beautiful in the spring!  Most trees don’t really belong to anyone.  They grew from wildly scattered seeds, hundreds, and even thousands of years ago.  Except in a few cases, we can’t claim them as the work of our hands.  Those beautiful trees, and everything in our world, are the work of someone’s hands: God’s. Psalm 24 marvels at this fact with us:

The earth is the LORD’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it upon the seas and established it upon the waters.

Everything we see in all of creation, all of the beauty that is bursting forth at the seams as the weather warms, belongs to our Lord.  Each and every one of us also belongs to God.  That may not always seem to be the case.  Time upon time the people of our world, and their actions, do seem to belong to the Lord.  Time upon time, we ourselves, and our actions, have not belonged to our Lord.  Rather, on too many occasions (and a single occasion is too many), our actions have opposed our God and we have destroyed the beauty he intended for our world and for our relationship with him.

Who may ascend the hill of the LORD? Who may stand in his holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart…

If we were to ask those questions, we know we would not meet the expectations.  We have not had clean hands or a pure heart. Yet, we know of one who was able to ascend that hill; who was able to stand in God’s holy place; who had completely clean hands and a completely pure heart: Jesus. Yet, Jesus took everything he was and everything he had and he gave it up for us.  He gave his life on the cross to vindicate us and to rescue us.  He gave his life on the cross for our sins and to be our Savior.

He will receive blessing from the LORD and vindication from God his Savior. Such is the generation of those who seek him, who seek your face, O God of Jacob.

Know what Jesus has done for you and rejoice!  Know what Jesus has done for you and look to him as your mighty and powerful God, the king of Glory! Be lifted up! Not only is your God the God who created strong, majestic, beautiful trees, along with all creation, but he is your own Savior, the King of Glory.

Lift up your heads, O you gates; be lifted up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in. Who is this King of glory? The LORD strong and mighty, the LORD mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, O you gates; lift them up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in. Who is he, this King of glory? The LORD Almighty—he is the King of glory.

Beautiful Savior’s newsletter articles in 2014 will focus on portions from short Psalms.  These Psalms can be easily committed to memory and serve as wonderful prayers and tools for daily meditation on God’s Word.


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