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Forgiveness, grace and mercy is something that God’s Modern Families are searching for and are deeply in need of. What has your journey been like? Experience freedom when you encounter the living God. Here’s some of my journey…
Biography: Barnabas April 28, 2013 Text: Acts 15:35-41; I Corinthians 13:4-7 Key Thought: Barnabas’ life shows that believing in people like God does is essential to following Christ. After some time Paul said to Barnabas, “Let’s go back and visit each city where we previously preached the word of the Lord, to see how the new believers are doing.” Barnabas agreed and wanted to take along John Mark. Acts 15:36-37, NLT
We read Job 7 alongside Psalm 8 and John 19 to get a Biblical perspective on human life: why God gave you life and what our redeemed lives are for. Jesus is revealed as the true and real human as he bears the suffering and sin of the world. We follow in faith, finding the courage to accept that when we take up trouble and suffering in his name our lives aren't diminished, but open to the resurrecting power of God.
A reflection on lament as it is displayed in the Bible and how Christians today might approach God in seasons of hurt and pain.
Two women, two different backgrounds yet together they help us understand God and how He works in our lives. We all have a back story and this back story brings with it baggage, this baggage at times weighs us down and other times it represents the burden God has called us to carry.
Everyone experiences hurts, but God can use them to bring about good in your life.
Pastor George continues on from last week, referenceing to Elijah and continueing on with how Elisha pressed into the things of God. He encourages and reveals how we can do the same through the Lord Jesus.
TRUE[ISH]: "As Long As Nobody Gets Hurt" Justifying my own sin is a true-ish substitute for true repentence 2 Timothy 4:3-5; Romans 1:28-32; 1 John 1:8; Isaiah 64:6; 1 John 1:9; 2 Corinthians 7:10 Andrew Bonaventura, Lead Pastor
It is essential to understand the relationship between the cross and the sufferings of humanity. How then does the cross speak to us in times of pain and suffering? I want to give you two truths (there are many more!) on how the cross speaks to us in our suffering.