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Ps. James Hewitt begins our new sermon series on the book of Ephesians. This book, which is so full of theological blessings, is sure to contain spiritual blessings for the Church of Jesus Christ.
The temptations Jesus experienced give us an example. We can place our hope in God's provision and love when we face trials and temptations. God gives us every good thing in its time.
Sermon by Pastor Rudy Bropleh, using John 9:1-41 as the Biblical text reference. Point 1- People may reject your story ---but since it's your story, make it the best story. Point 2 - Somebody may need to hear your story ---so, share your story with others, even if you don't think they are going to believe it, because your blessings may be tied to someone else; you never know. Point 3 - God deserves all the glory! Tell your story and make sure that you give God credit for the good things that you're telling others about in your story! check it out and Tell YOUR story and be joyful.
The combined elements of the letter to all seven churches make a large description of the church Jesus had in mind.
What do we do when our spirituality, our worship becomes too routine lacking in thought, energy and desire? In this passage, Paul shows us that realizing the blessings we have been given by God and how we have come to receive them is the most sure way to jump start our worship.
How do you obtain God's blessings, favor, and promises in your life? God has made everything available to us, but it DOES require action on our part to obtain these things!
Have you ever noticed how Jesus began his famous Sermon on the Mount? He began it by announcing blessings to the crowd. Jesus started his sermon by saying, “Blessed are the….” He blessed those who are poor in spirit, those who mourn, those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, to name just a few. The “beatitudes” were Jesus’ words of blessing over the crowd that day. In other words, he began with a benediction. What was he thinking by giving the blessing before the rest of the sermon?