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When we are in our "storms" if you will, and are dealing with some of the darkest times of our lives, we can find Jesus in the middle of the storm. And IF we have just the smallest amount of faith- we can ask God to command us to come through the storm and not let us fall. These dark times could be illness, financial struggles, family struggles, mental wellness or even spiritual battles. No matter the storm- with faith in Jesus we can make it through. Don't focus on the problem or the storm, but on the strength and power we have through Christ Jesus! Let the rest of that stuff go!
Matthew 25:14-30 We need to ... 1. Enlarge our vision 2. Embrace risk See risk as our friend to love, not our enemy to be feared. See comfort and safety as our enemies. God has given you what you have and made you who you are for a reason
God Loves for us to PRAY. Not just talking, and using various words trying to impress- but a real conversation with Him- a dialogue. And we find that He is moved by our grateful praise and adds to us daily. There is nothing that He can't do! And when we come together with all things in common, not only will He bless the church house- but your house as well.
This week Pastor Scott Murray of Wheaton Bible Church preached on how to thrive in engaging those far from God as well as those we interact with in the world. Often we feel unsure about how to engage our world with the Gospel. For many of us, we end up doing very little because we feel unqualified or ill-equipped. We want to be genuine with the people we engage with. We want to relate with them but also show we are different because of the impact Jesus has on our lives. God’s desire is that we thrive in all of our relationships and interactions as the Holy Spirit leads us to share the transforming power of the Gospel of Jesus.
In order to be holy we must have holy hands
Pastor Adam continues his series Are You Creating A Masterpiece? A series on our attitude reflecting Jesus Christ
Copy/paste the following address into your browser to view part two: https://rstvictory.blog/2017/03/20/mt-zion-movie-update-part-two/
What do you do when what you've put your faith in comes up short? Jeremiah's preaching dismantled the "rock" of Israel's self-confident assurance (their temple, covenant, monarchy, law). In this summary, we will see the king, city, people, temple and leadership decimated. The city of God will fall, God's chosen people will be exiled and the temple of God will be ransacked.