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Serving is a major theme in the Christian life, and Jesus' call to wash one another's feet points to one of the most difficult ways to serve - serving one another by forgiving one another. In this message, Pastor Jeremy explains the importance of both receiving forgiveness and giving forgiveness.
The events that unfolded at the Boston Marathon often lead to questions of why suffering and evil occurs so often in this world. The Gospel answers by telling us that we live in a fallen and sinful world that can never be restored by any effort of our own. However, Christ came to redeem and restore us to himself, making it possible to eventually live a perfect life in fellowship with Him. In our short time we have to live on this earth, He has made us free to extend grace, forgive, serve, and love mankind. Let your faith in Him take root in your soul and prepare for the work He sets before you.
We are supposed to give freely, love extraordinarily, and forgive enthusiastically. What is preventing you from doing so? What are you holding on to?
There is forgiveness for all. The resurrection assures us God accepted Jesus’ sacrifice for sin. Because of His faithfulness, forgiveness is available in Jesus’ name. Get the message of forgiveness of sin out to all peoples.
Prayer: Living the Connect – The Three Last Prayers of Jesus (and how YOU are involved) Easter Sunday 2013 Text: John 17:20-23; Matthew 26:36-44; Luke 23:32-43; John 10:10 Key Thought: Joining in the death and new life of Jesus brings morality, community and meaning to our lives. I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one—as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me. John 17, NLT
The safest place to be is in the Father’s hands. The redeemed have access to God. Creation will be set free. Physical bodies will be glorified. Repentant people can be changed. Unrepentant people can be hardened.
Lord Teach us to forgive. This is very easy to say and very hard to do. We have been forgiven only because of the grace of God and this grace calls us to be willing to forgive others.
This week Pastor Jason Simmonds continues our series on the Lord's prayer with his talk on forgiveness titled, "Forgive and Remember." He speaks to us today from Matthew 6:12.
Pastor Dennis begins a new series called The Cries of Easter. This first message, The Cries of Forgiveness, we will look at Luke 23 and Jesus in His final earthly hours. In His last hours, Jesus never once defended Himself against their accusations. Are you facing struggles or accusations yourself? Remember: God hasn’t given up on you!