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Assistant Pastor Tommy Murray uses the biblical reference from John 21:15-19 to emphasize the title, "Actions Speak Louder Than Words". Listen closely as he uses the following 3 key points to bring this engaging sermon to life.
1 Peter 4:12-13 tells us "Be;poved, do not be suprised at the fiery ordealamong you, which comes upon you for your testing, as though some strang thing were hapening to you but to the degree that youshare sufferings of Christ, keep on rejoicing, so that also at the revelation of His glory you may rejoice with exultation." This is an important truth that the builders of the city wall discovered, if you are going to build up the city walls, the enemies of the city of God will come against you. Much better however to haveengaged the enemy than to live in cowardice and hiding, never posing a threat to the kingdom of darkness
Pastor Nolan looks at the snapshot of the restoration that happened in the life of Zaccheus and how Jesus' grace and willingness to engage the culture, without becoming like the culture led to the restoration. A word about engaging the world around us, not blending and not withdrawing.
Ben takes us through Paul's mischief in Athens to see what we can learn from him about engaging with culture.
Man with all this Snow and Craziness the past few weeks I’m feeling Relationally Distant from many of your guy’s…How the heck are you? We thought Valentine’s Day would be a great Day to launch into a Series on Relationship!
Part 15 The Evil That We Do Romans 1:28-32 This evil involves: 1. Our embracing of certain decisions that are unholy. These decisions involve: * A systematic review of God's worth * A stubborn rejection of God * A settled reaction by God * A sinful response by humanity 2. Our engaging in depravity that is unthinkable. This depravity is seen through our * Entrenched attitudes * Elevated arrogance * Evil activities As a result we are: * Morally unlearned * Spiritually unfaithful * Naturally unloving * Continually unmerciful Our experiencing a future destiny that will be unbearable. This destiny: * Comes as a result of habitual practices of sin * Involves continual praise of other sinners * Leads to an unbearable penalty for our sins