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Jealousy: The Green Eyed Monster

The Apostle Paul tells us that King David was a man after God's own heart. This series explores the life of David, from shepherd to king, to examine how we might also be a people after God's heart.

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Two to One: Sex and Romance (3)

In Session three of the marriage conference, we discuss sex and romance, one if the seven pillars of marriage. Men and women both want the same thing. That is to be loved and supported, to make their spouse happy and to feel the physical pleasure of sex. Not only is sex private, but it is unique to each relationship, meaning not everything discussed here fits everybody. Usually, though, women want romance and men just want the physical act. Romance shouldn't stop after marriage, rather it should increase. This session includes a frank discussion of sex from a Biblical perspective giving married couples helpful guidance to make, and keep, this important pillar of marriage everything God intended it to be.

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4 X Four: Identify (1)

This message introduces a new approach to evangelism. There are lost people all around us, but how do we reach them? God has a heart for the lost, a heart of compassion. He wishes for none to perish. This is the reason Jesus came. We should have a heart for the lost, too. But, often, fear and apathy keep us from reaching out. Can we match God's heart? Other barriers to reaching the lost are lack of confidence, being too busy and having no passion for the work. With this new approach, we can learn how to overcome these obstacles. We need to pick four people. We don't have to save the world, but we can concentrate on four people. Start with people you know. Just start somewhere. We must each take steps in growth and when we do we will find that we are more prepared than we thought. Start today with someone you know.

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Jonah: Anyone Can Be Saved (4)

Jonah is mad because God saved Nineveh. This is why he ran away. There are three perspectives from which to look at this. Jonah hated Assyrians, who were cruel idolators. We might be inclined to agree with Jonah. But from God's perspective, all the world is God's creation and His desire is that all people be saved. God won't shut anyone out. Nineveh is evil compared to God, but God still sent Jonah with His message to them. Likewise, God will send messengers to us to tell us that anyone can be saved. Today, God wants everyone to know Jesus. If we're like Jonah, we must preach. If we're like Nineveh, we must repent.

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