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Becoming the Best Version of Yourself Part 7 – The Cure for the Human Heart (Overcoming the Spirit of Offense)
Do you want to keep the enemy from snatching away the Word of God that is sown in your heart? The Word of God is the source of everything good in your life. We must clearly understand the nature and heart of God to know what He really means in Scripture. This inspiring and practical teaching will show you how receive healing for your hurting heart, and empower you to overcome the spirit of offense through the unconditional love and abundant grace of God.
The number one thing that will limit your life more than anything else is bitterness and taking offense. How do you overcome getting trapped by personal offenses, and avoid falling short of the grace of God so you can experience all that God has graciously planned for you? This Biblical and practical teaching will show you how to avoid bitterness, offense, and unforgiveness, and will give you the understanding and tools you need to overcome and get past whatever is limiting you from experiencing God's best in every area of your life.
"Hoarders, Sororities, and the Children of Light": Sermon for the 18th Sunday After Pentecost
Jesus tells the parable of the "dishonest manager," which can seem quite confusing. On the one hand, he seems to be setting us up to root for the rich master who is firing this manager for his dishonesty. On the other, the dishonest manager, seems to confirm his dishonesty by cancelling debts owed to the master. Then the master commends the manager for this action, calling it "shrewd." This sermon looks in depth at Jesus' motivations behind this parable, and does so by what, at first, may seem like two seemingly unrelated stories.
Complaining, bearing down, hiding out or giving up are not necessarily the right responses to trouble and sickness.What do you tell someone who's going through the ringer?
Can anything promote security in relationships these days? True belief in the Gospel changes day-to-day relational interaction. Receiving, standing in and holding fast to the Gospel affects our daily relational interaction!
Series: Journey Through the Bible. The goal is to help people understand the Bible - to get a start understand the importance of the complete Bible and encourage further study. This sermon is on Philomon. Theme: Those who have been forgiven will forgive.
Message on Luke 7:36-50 by Pastor Dan Hendley