Veritas Vitae is the "Truth Lives" in Latin. These blogs tell the truth in different forms, in different ways, of what God's word says, and what God is doing in and through His people at Anchor Community!

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Risen!

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

Jesus went to the cross to pay for our sins, and He rose from the dead to conquer death once and for all. To listen to the sermon go to Risen! Jesus Christ really rose from the dead, and there is a plethora of historical information packed into the 4 Gospels, Paul's writings, the book of Acts ...

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The Death of Death

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

Jesus' death on the cross, and His subsequent burial was imperative if He truly was going to defeat death and give us life! To listen to the sermon go to The Death of Death In The Death of Christ Jesus's Christ's death and burial killed off death and our own sin! It is the reason we have so much ...

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The Weight of Glory

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to The Weight of Glory Entering the Kingdom of God isn’t discovered by an autonomous choice, but being struck with the reality of its weight! The cross of Jesus Christ was looked at as an epic failure from the world's perspective. It still is to this day. Rock ...

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The Irony of Self Sacrifice

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to The Irony of Sacrifice I once read a quote from an author that "Self-development is a higher duty than self-sacrifice." This may be a sentiment many would agree with, but thankfully Jesus lived with another ethic that in the end created the pathway of salvation for ...

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Wages of Sin

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Posted by Andre Jones on

To hear the sermon, go to The Wages of Sin We have been studying the betrayal of Jesus for the past few weeks in the gospel of Matthew. It always amazes us that anyone would betray Jesus, knowing what they know, but it still happens to us 2000 years later. The difference between Peter and Judas ...

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God Is Faithful; Even When We're Not

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon, go to God Is Faithful; Even When We're Not Jesus was betrayed by everyone He knew, including his friend and disciple, Peter. Peter had some big words for Jesus when Jesus predicted Peter's betrayal, but when time came to either standing up for Jesus or saving his own ...

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Kingdom Power

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to Kingdom Power Summary This is a passage that is often used as a proof text for passivism. Although passivism may be the best choice, this verse doesn’t support it. This verse is consistent with Jesus’ version of His Kingdom that He has been ...

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The Angst of Gethsemane

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to The Angst of Gethsemane Have you ever wondered why Jesus was so "Sorrowful" and "Troubled" in the garden? It seems that many men and women have been braver on the eve of their execution than we see Jesus here in Gethsemane. Why so much angst? Well the secret is found ...

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The New Covenant

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to The New Covenant When Jesus came the first time, He came to initiate a new covenant with His people. A covenant by which He was the sacrifice. Whereas the old Mosaic covenant was conditional, based on obedience to the law, Jesus came as promised to Abraham to save ...

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Betrayal

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

In order to listen to the sermon go to Betrayal Have you ever been betrayed by a good friend? I think we have come to think that Judas was a low life disciple that barely had time with Jesus, but this thinking couldn't be further from the truth. He was a disciple that was responsible for the ...

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