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This sermon examines how to press forward for God.
The first of Jesus' final words from the cross: Father, forgive them. Living that legacy in our own lives.
As we prepare to move from one year to the next, the powerful words of Isaiah 43 are helpful. There are some things that we need to forget, and there are some things we need to remember. Both involve God's love and faithfulness.
In this message, Associate Pastor Shawn Cunningham leads us to the Communion table with an important reminder of the what, when and why of Communion.
God uses people for His purpose, and He does not forget those who are faithful to Him.
Many of us are forgetful. We forget to pick up an item at the store, whose turn it is to pick up the kids, the phone message we failed to write down because - "Oh I'll just remember it"... (Need I give more examples?). Yet in the big picture, those are trivial. This sermon kicks off a series which, right now, is headed only God knows where. Yet just to get you thinking...Christmas was celebrated about half a month ago now. How many of us have sat and pondered the implications of that day for our lives? Do we realize the “Christ Event” has the power to shape our present and chart a course for our future? Or have we returned to the routine of our daily lives having already “forgotten” what took place nearly 2,000 years ago now?
She Says talks about today the concept of forgiveness and forgetting. The She Says women get up close and personal about this issue and share from their hearts.