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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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Division in Perspective

"When division is in perspective, good, bad, true, false, life, and death are held by Jesus Christ." Dustin spoke about how differing perspectives can either divide or unify us. If we approach our differences with humility and trust in Christ, our relationships will flourish, but no relationship is possible where human pride is allowed to abound. We must filter our division through the Word of God.

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Life Defined

Dustin preached on life and truth. "Life defined is choosing your chosen self in Christ." Dustin used his relationship with his wife to describe how God's plans don't always line up with our own. He described what it means to choose the life that God has for you, and to follow and believe.

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Lasting Assumptions

Dustin preached on the assumptions that we make about our life, and how God is bigger than the limits that we place on ourselves, knowingly or otherwise. Sometimes we assume we know what God has planned for us, but his plans often shatter our assumptions completely. It's better to look to him to lead than to assume we know his will. In the same way, we make assumptions about others that reduce them to their talents, and in doing so, we miss out on relationship with them.

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