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Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Phillipians 4 vv1-3. It is a great privilege to be part of God's family but it also comes with responsibilities. We are called to stand firm together as we contend for the truth of the gospel. In order to do this we need a unity of purpose and so any disputes within the fellowship must be dealt with. This reconciliation is not always straightforward and so the leaders are called upon to ensure that the gospel of reconciliation is brought to bare on such disputes.
God has created the church - a group of people - to demonstrate his love to the world through service to others, including the ministry of adoption - of finding room in our lives for the less fortunate and those that need us. It's His church, not ours, and it's people, not a building, and it's there to give, not to take. Text is Acts 19:11-30, NASB, as the early church begins to reach out beyond its natural borders of people groups and take its message to the world, especially by helping people.
In this sermon Pastor Joshua Claycamp shows that praying for God's help in doing God's will is an incredibly serious matter! Apart from God's assistance, we will have a difficult time doing what God wants!
"Intense love does not measure, it just gives." Mother Teresa. This, I dedicate absolutely to those who care to care, care to dare and care to love . . . “I have struggled so much with giving that I am now poor. If I had known, I would have given more.” If you have a dream to be a Hero, then go and help a hero. Help someone achieve his dream. People need you more than you need people.
What would you cry out for if Jesus asked you, "What do you want me to do for you"? Don't let the crowd silence you. Jesus is our ONLY hope.
When will you stop and realize that you are age appropriate? God is calling you, no matter how young or old!
Here Jesus describes the definitive reason why we exist as a church... our ultimate mission. What did Jesus mean when he talked about us losing our saltiness? What does being salt and light mean to us in our culture? It's our ultimate mission.
What does it mean when Jesus speaks the words, "we are the salt of the earth"? Are Christians simply flavouring within society or has God called us to be much more: to stand out, to speak out, to live in a way which creates a thirst, to act in away that challenges darkness?