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Jesus begins to teach about the source of some of our sins. In this message we will examine His words on the commandment, "You shall not murder" and discover that we are to be a people of reconciliation.
Jonah was angry, frustrated by the grace of God. It was extremely difficult for him to understand how God could deal so graciously with the people who have caused so much heartache and pain to his beloved countrymen. We too can be frustrated when we watch God remain silent or even prosper those who have brought sorrow and pain into our lives. But there are some things we, like Jonah, need to remember to help us navigate through our hard feelings. Listen and find out how you can be delivered from these damaging emotional responses.
Anger. It happens to all of us. Sometimes we can let go of it very easily. Other times, it seems to fester in us. When that happens, we suffer and those around us suffer. Jesus wants to teach us about our lives in this moment -- and what He has to say is HUGE!
We learn from this passage and the disciple Q&A in Matthew 18 how to not lead our brothers and sisters into temptation, church discipline, and proper forgiveness.
"Do not kill." Sounds pretty simple, right? But is there more than meets the eye in the sixth commandment?
Anger unattended can give birth to hatred, it can open our life to the influence of the spirit of death and hang lives! Keeping a clean heart is a must for everyone in order to keep death out! (La colère abandonnée à elle-même, peut donner naissance à la haine, ouvrir notre vie a l’influence de l’esprit de mort et pendre nos vies ! Garder un cœur pur est incontournable pour garder la mort en dehors de nos vies !)
We've all been in situations where we have made someone angry. But when it comes to our Christian convictions and beliefs, we often grow particularly sensitive and ready to "debate and defend and argue" until we "win the day".... But we need to remember that Christ came to give a message of God's peace, love, hospitality, and grace. And if others are not ready to receive that message, we are to "move on" from the conversation in the moment. We need to find ways to maintain God's peace, and still "come to the table" as one in God.