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Sermons from North Collins Wesleyan Church

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Called to Thanksgiving

We will be looking at Paul's incredible attitude as his life and ministry come to a close. You wouldn't know it from Paul's words, but this point in his life is still filled with hurts and persecutions. Through it all, Paul saw God's Hand and Guidance and he saw the blessing of God's followers. May we catch Paul's thankful and encouraging spirit! And may we be thankful through whatever life brings our way!

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Called All or Nothing

Here we see Paul and other followers of Jesus Christ give their all to the ministry and spiritual care of others. This comes from incredible personal sacrifice. In this way, we learn that "A True Follower" of Jesus Christ is called to give their all for God. May this be true of us as well!

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Called to God's Standards

From Acts 18:1-17, we see Paul's determination to press on in the face of failure, criticism, and a difficult situation. Paul knows that in God there is always hope. He also knows that his personal value is found in God. So Paul holds himself to God's standards, not the world's. This morning, no matter what others say, no matter what your past says, no matter what your current situation says- you are of incredible value and worth! Hold your head high and live for God!

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Called to Save

In Acts 16:16-40, we see Paul's continual focus of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ. Paul does this even in the most difficult of situations. In fact, God uses Paul's difficult situation to open people's hearts and eyes to the gospel message. May we be challenged to approach life as Paul does, with a calling to share with others the saving power of Jesus Christ. May we see even our difficult situations and seasons as opportunities to share the Good News!

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Called Together

We will be looking at an important moment in Paul's ministry and the future of the church- The Council at Jerusalem. In this passage, we find disagreement and debate between Jesus' followers. It could have been the end of the church. But by seeking to love each other and others, to work together, to stay united, and to compromise, the church was strengthened through this experience. May it be our goal to love and to encourage each other as we take steps for God's Kingdom in North Collins and Western New York.

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