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Pastor Ryan shares 3 reasons why God wants us to avoid anything that harms or alters the mind and body God has given us.
Jonah was angry, frustrated by the grace of God. It was extremely difficult for him to understand how God could deal so graciously with the people who have caused so much heartache and pain to his beloved countrymen. We too can be frustrated when we watch God remain silent or even prosper those who have brought sorrow and pain into our lives. But there are some things we, like Jonah, need to remember to help us navigate through our hard feelings. Listen and find out how you can be delivered from these damaging emotional responses.
Do you know for sure that you are saved?
Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. The requesting of & giving forgiveness should be in our prayer so that it is part of our life.
Forgiveness is NOT ... a feeling, minimizing the offense, condoning the other person's behavior, trusting the other person, letting the other person off the hook, expecting an apology, forgetting. Forgiveness IS ... life-changing, a decision, an act of obedience, freedom & release, a process, living in a higher realm, unilateral, a reflection of maturity.
"The Messy Nature of Relationships," Sermon for the 18th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 21, Year B
The Disciples fail to understand the meaning of the road to Jerusalem in the Gospel of Mark. Their struggle will take them through a myriad of emotions until they stand before the Risen Christ and finally grasp the work that they have been given to do.
The dedication of Solomon's temple is a great account of God's people looking back as they go forward. 1 Kings 8 is a treasure house of Biblical Theology, full of rich truths that point us to Christ.
John instructs and encourages us to walk in the light, which is the natural progress of Christian faith. Over against the apparent erroneous teaching, John says that true Christian living faithfully pursues holy living. In addition, he teaches us how to deal with ongoing sin.