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Dave Dealy

Preaching from Dave Dealy

Jesus’ arrival changed the entire social and spiritual ecosystem of his day by healing the sick, welcoming the rejected, and challenging the religious. As modern-day disciples, we embody his revolutionary love through spoken, supernatural, and sacrificial acts.

Westside Church Podcast
Westside Church Podcast
Dave Dealy: Sent, Matthew 9:35-38; 10:1-8
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Matthew introduces us to the genealogy that leads to Jesus, including the good, the bad, and the ugly. He sets up the story for us: Jesus is the new Moses, Jesus is greater than Moses, and most of all, Jesus is Immanuel: “God with us.”

Westside Church Podcast
Westside Church Podcast
Dave Dealy: What's In a Name? Matthew 1:1-3:17
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The life rhythm of gratitude has beautiful benefits in the life of the believer. Pastor Dave proposes four ways we can grow in gratitude: seeing, cultivating, connecting, and remembering.

Rhythms
Rhythms
Dave Dealy: Gratitude, Psalm 23:1-6
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Jesus modeled discipleship in the context of a diverse community. As we seek to follow Him, we can’t let individualism, idealism, and intimidation hinder us from sharing our lives with one another.

Rhythms
Rhythms
Dave Dealy: A Shared Life With Jesus, Mark 8:34-35
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Often when we think of the justice of God, our minds go to an angry, vengeful God who executes judgment on the wicked. However, a closer look at scripture shows us that justice is action taken on behalf of the vulnerable. Throughout the entirety of the Bible, we see God’s heart for the outcast, orphan, and downtrodden. From the mosaic law to the sermon on the mount, it is clear that God’s heart is for those who cannot help themselves. As Christians, we must follow and embody the heart of God, taking on the cause of the vulnerable and making it our own.

Discovering God
Discovering God
David Dealy: God is Just, Micah 6:8
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Paul does not see his imprisonment as punishment but as his participation in Christ’s suffering as Messiah. Our challenge is to see our own hardships as joy.

Jesus Above All
Jesus Above All
David Dealy: The Cost of Love, Colossians 1:24-2:5
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Encounters Along The Way
Encounters Along The Way
Dave Dealy: Teach Us To Pray, Matthew 6:9-13



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Often times people feel displaced in life. Many people feel melancholic, knowing they should be at home here on earth, but often times wondering why life can be so hard and why humans make it harder with how they behave. Walker Percy says the fundamental mystery of the universe is why we feel so alone in the world.

The Bible states that the solution to both Israel’s exile problem and humanity’s exile problem is the same solution. A king who will come and deliver them and reunite heaven and earth for all.

Exiles
Exiles
David Dealy: Displaced, But Not Forever, Philippians 3:17-21
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As we first turned away from God in our thoughts, so it is in our thoughts that the first movements toward the renovation of the heart occur. Thoughts are the place where we can and must begin to change. There the light of God first begins to move upon us through the word of Christ, and there the divine Spirit begins to direct our will to more and more thoughts tha can provide the basis for choosing to realign ourselves with God and his way.

Renovation of the Heart
Renovation of the Heart
David Dealy: Transforming The Mind, Romans 12:2
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You Are Here
You Are Here
David Dealy: People of Place, John 1:43-50



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