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Our attitude toward Jesus is exposed by our response to Him.
God's covenant people have a long history of having poor attitudes toward and rebellious responses against God's means of fulfilling his covenant. Moses experienced this first-hand, as did Joseph. We learn about this with respects to Joseph in the attitude and response that his brothers had toward him that leads them to sell him into slavery. In this account we learn of four basic attitudes and responses toward God's way of fulfilling his covenant. These four ways are seen in Reuben, Judah, Jacob and Joseph himself. It is a call for God's people to examine their attitude and response to God's means of fulfilling his covenant.
Christ-like Attitude I think having a Christ-like attitude saves relationships, plain and simple. But what does it mean to have a Christ-like attitude in our relationships? Is it something we're born with or something we learn? What is it based on? Listen to this recorded message as we discuss this important topic.
Attitude - A settled way of thinking or feeling, typically reflected in a person's behavior.
The blues are a part of life in this world and even spiritual giants like the prophet Elijah are not immune to spiritual attacks and depression. In this second part of a 2 part message Pastor Ron outlines four strategies for beating the blues and getting back into a God-focused state of mind.
Most of us would scoff at the idea that we were false teachers. Maybe we're not teachers at all. Yet, Peter focuses more on the lives of the false teachers than on their doctrine. We must take a look in the mirror. Are we LIVING like a false teacher? Are we influencing others away from Christ?
I.D. – Attitude April 7, 2013 Text: Philippians 2:1-11; Romans 8:31-34; Hebrews 11:1,6 Key Thought: A Christ-like attitude comes from faith in God, and brings security, humility and confident hope. Don’t be selfish; don’t try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too. You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had. Philippians 2:3-5, NLT
We find the writer of the 106th Psalm in a less than desirable circumstance in life with a most desirable attitude. One look at the first 5 verses of this Psalm makes if obvious that this man is living above his circumstances. How is this so? He has a healthy perspective on life. And where did he get such a perspective? From spending time in the Word of God and learning from the history of his fathers and forefathers. An accurate record of history is a valuable teacher. The Psalmist has learned some very important truths from history. Listen and allow these truths to help you gain a healthy perspective on life, even though you too may be in a place of great disadvantage.