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Sermons from North Collins Wesleyan Church

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A Life of Thanksgiving

Do you feel thankful this year or is this a year where you feel like you have to force it? In this message, Pastor Justin Leininger teaching us from an unlikely source (Jonah) that thankfulness can be found even in the most difficult of times. Know that thankfulness starts in your heart and is often just a matter of perspective.

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Family Matters

This message begins a new sermon series titled - "It's Complicated!" During this three week message series, we will be looking at the relationships of Joseph from the book of Genesis. Join us in discovering how God can heal broken relationships and even use rough patches to fulfill a greater plan!

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It Is Finished

In this message, Pastor Justin continues our message series on Jesus' final words from the cross. We will be looking at His words in John 19:30, "It is finished." From these words and last moments of Jesus' life we can gain a wonderful understanding of the devotion and obedience that Jesus had to God up until even His last moments. It stands as an example of the impact that can be brought to our lives if we place our trust and obedience in God. Through this message, we hope you'll be encouraged and challenged to obey God, even in the most difficult of challenges.

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Today in Paradise

Pastor Justin continues the series on Christ's final words from the cross. This week we gain an understanding of Jesus' words, "Today, you will be with me in paradise." This is a wonderful piece of scripture that reminds us of God's love and forgiveness. As you listen to the message, find hope in knowing that you can find paradise with Jesus as well!

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Father, Forgive Them

This is the start of a new message series called "His Final Words" - this series will be a look at some of Jesus' final words from the cross. Pastor Justin Leininger will begin the series with a look at Jesus' words "Father, Forgive Them." Forgiving someone is never an easy thing to do, but from scripture we find it to be extremely important. God has forgiven each of us, Jesus even offered forgiveness from the cross. Forgiveness is not just freeing and important for the person forgiven, but for the forgiver. As you grow to understand more about forgiveness, we pray that you'll be challenged to let go of any hurt or pain that you may be holding on to and forgive.

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