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I Am Who?

Mike Lockard preached about our identity in Christ and what it looks like to remember who we are. We are chosen by God to be reflections of his image to the world, and we are called to live in this way. We are living signs of the world's hope, and remembering who we are makes all the difference. Mike gave a series of "I am" statements from throughout the Bible that tell us who we are. Everything that the enemy tells us is contrary to these statements and a lie. We are children of God.

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Let Us Pray

Bill spoke about prayer and how we should practice it daily. As we pray we should pray as if we are talking to a friend, because Jesus is a friend to us. When we pray, Jesus is the one who answers our prayers, and the Spirit prays with us on our behalf. Sometimes God does not answer our prayers in the way we expect or want, but he always answers them and always makes all things work for our good.

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GRACE!

Bill Bonham spoke on grace and its importance to Christian faith. Grace is God's Riches At Christ's Expense. It is a free gift to us, and can be found in stories throughout both the Old and New Testaments. Bill used the example of Noah in Genesis 6 to illustrate faith through grace in the Old Testament.

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You Have Gained Your Brother

Patrick preached on Matthew 18 and the instructions that Jesus gives us for confronting sin and misunderstanding between members of the Church. We are given specific instructions to deal with these issues, but the intent is not justice or upholding the law, but to heal and restore relationships. We should always approach conflict directly, and with the aim of regaining our brother or sister.

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The Heart of the Matter

Gordon preached on the heart, and how it is not what enters the heart, but what comes from it that defiles. It's possible to do the "right" thing and still be wrong. It's not what enters that defiles; actions are just symptoms of where our hearts are. "The heart of the matter is that your heart matters more to Jesus than your actions."

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