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This week, we hear from Acts 5:12-42 where the apostles are thrown in prison for proclaiming, then freed by angels and told to proclaim more, and then questioned and beaten by the high priests, only to continue in confidence again, boldly proclaiming the gospel! The message: Continue With Confidence!
Punctuation affects how we view a sentence. Our perspective changes if we use a period, exclamation mark, or a question mark. When we have commas or semi-colons, we understand things differently. The same is true with God's plan. When our lives begin to revolve around His plan and purpose we realize it has the power to change our perspective. As we conclude this series that started on Easter, we look at the Great Commission, and how that calls us to a life of more. Just like a semi-colon demonstrates that a sentence isn't over, the Great Commission shows us that the work of Christ isn't ended, and we are called to continue it!
God calls us to remember. When we remember, there is a power that allows us to move ahead. Remembering things like "The Lord is our God," and His provision gives us the confidence to live a life with Him. In this series, we will look at four words that grant power in remembrance. The last word is “calling.” We often shy at the word calling, but the truth is that as a disciple, we are all called to follow and promote Jesus. This week we see how we can have the power to do that.
God calls us to remember. When we remember, there is a power that allows us to move ahead. Remembering things like "The Lord is our God," and His provision gives us the confidence to live a life with Him. In this series, we will look at four words that grant power in remembrance. The third word is "Peace." When we remember to find peace in God, we find the strength to live out the calling God has for our lives.
Jesus is the Author and Finisher of our faith. In the middle of the beginning and the end, is the continuation. We must hang on through the middle. The question is, when did we 'start' our faith in the believing for something? This message is instrumental in helping us learn how to receive when we believe.