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A couple of weeks ago, we considered Peter’s three denials of Jesus. We remember his anguish upon the hearing of the rooster crowing, because Jesus had prophesied of these denials. Today, we return to that story, but see the renewal of commitment. In Peter’s story we are reminded that God loves to give a second chance.
Don't you know? Have you not heard? Jesus is all you need! Choose Him and be satisfied. 47 minutes.
Consistently doing the right thing creates personal momentum and honors God.
Solomon, the great preacher and teacher of Ecclesiastes tells us to realize there is absolutely nothing new under the sun... what has been will be again; it may take on different colors, textures or other outward things, but really if people are involved, it is yet one more round of how humans are and will be... Enter Jehovah... He is as constant as we are fickle. Psalm 85 explores His commitment to us from before time to His return as a conquering Messiah King. Verses 1 and 2 just set the stage...
We need to live a committed, cross bearing and consistent life as we are crucified with Christ
In John 13:36-38 we see that we are just like Peter in falsely self-assessing ourselves. We make commitments to do things for God that we just cannot do. The problem is not that we are weak, its that we think we are strong.
Giving is part of our commitment to God and to each other, but so is receiving. Pastor Chris Lockhart takes the Crossing through a broader view of covenant as he speaks on God's will for the Church; the Body of Christ
Serving is not what the church can offer you; it is what you can offer the church. God has called and gifted His people to serve locally where they worship. If you choose not to use your gift or go attend church somewhere else, the church as a whole suffers. If we all use our gifts and serve then we can offer more and get more people involved and grow. At the close of life the question will not be: “How much have you been served?” but “How much have you served?”