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It may seem strange, but our conflicts with other people are caused from an internal conflict within our hearts. This internal conflict puts us in conflict with God and can only be resolved by his amazing grace through Christ. As recipients of this amazing grace, we must live with godly passions and pursue faithful friendship with God through grace.
Finally, in Week 5- (7/6) , kids talk about an important part of friendship: service. Life isn’t all about us. Paul shares with us in Galatians 5:13b that relationships aren’t all about us. Our Bottom Line is: Friends serve each other.
In Week 4- (6/29), we take a look at an important principle about patience. It’s hard to be a good friend when people can be frustrating. Paul reminds us in Ephesians 4:2 that we should put up with one another. Our Bottom Line is: Friends are patient with each other.
Minister of Mobilization Jerrell Altic delivers a message about "Friendship" in the Words With Friends series. Primary text: Mark 5:21-43
In Week 3- (6/22), kids will start talking about what they know that they could teach others. In Romans 15:14, Paul tells the church that they have what it takes to share Jesus with others. Our Bottom Line is: Friends teach each other.
In Week 2- (6/15), kids learn from Peter’s teaching on hospitality found in 1 Peter 4:9. When it comes to welcoming others, we need to do so without complaining. Our Bottom Line is: Friends welcome each other.
Friendship is treating others the way you want to be treated. Each week, we’ll take a look at a “one another” principle that gives us a framework for loving others the way God loved us. Because these verses are short, we suggest that you take this summer to memorize each one.
We were made to enjoy godly friendships. More importantly, we were made to enjoy friendship with God.
God calls Christians into a spiritual community. This misunderstood term for God's people is "church." It is a cultural target and punchline, but in the Bible church is the body of Christ. His witness in the world. Not only does she have a mission, together her people share in faith, hope, and love that guards against doubt and apostasy. Sadly, some people forsake the "gathering together" of God's people. The author of Hebrews wanted to correct this decision - for any reason (e.g. laziness, discouragement, sin) - and remind people together they are stronger. This sermon addresses why people may leave A church and sometimes The Church. It challenges us to make our services less about a show and more about community. It also elevates the notion of spiritual friendship outside the walls of a worship service.