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There are several lessons we learn from Jesus' prediction of Peter's threefold denial of Him as recorded in Luke 22. First, like Peter, Jesus' followers will fail in the face of trial and testing. Second, pride sabotages our approach to failure, both with respect to ourselves and others. Third, Jesus helps his failing followers, especially through His ministry of intercession. Fourth, unlike Peter, we should approach failure with humility. Fifth, after failure, Jesus' followers can return to faithful, fruitful service.
In a world divided by sin, we are united by a need for the gift of forgiveness. Through forgiveness, God breaks down the walls that divide men built by sin.
Ephesians shows us God does have a plan and He is doing what is necessary and right. God didn’t just create a universe without knowing what He was going to do. Here we get a glimpse at how He carries out that work in this world, in us. The work of God is transforming, changing who I am. God is at work!
We are taking a deeper look at the aspect of God's vengeance in this teaching. There's nothing to fear from any person, any devil, or any entity when you trust in the vengeance of the Lord.
The vengeance of the Lord is a subject that's not really been taught in the church. But in this last day I believe this is an aspect of God we must understand if we are going to stand in faith and accomplish our kingdom purpose.
When we mess up we often wonder how we can recover. How do we get back on track? How do we get on our feet once again? How do we recover? We learn from a man who messed up royally. King David sinned royally but his relationship with God was restored. This message delves into how it happened and what we can learn from his experience.