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Pastor Tommy Murray references the NFL pre-season to emphasize that is now time to move forward, renew our faith in God and an opportunity to become a better person, giving more to and for others, treating people better, etc. He encouraged us to be imitators of God and live a live of love (Ephesians 5:1-2). Key Points: 1) Admit that you have sinned; 2) Believe that Jesus Christ is Lord; and 3) Confess Sins. It's a new season; it's a new Day --Move Forward in your walk with Christ!
It’s been said that imitation is the highest form of flattery. That’s true. We imitate those we hold in high esteem. But imitation is more than just flattery, it is a God given means for lifelong growth. Do you want to become more like Jesus? Then find those who are a bit further along and follow their footsteps. The Word of God gives us guidance about how to imitate those who imitate Christ.
The security of our salvation in view of the warning characteristics of an apostate. An exhortation against a dull and sluggish walk in faith.
Today’s sermon returns to I Corinthians and Paul dealing with the arrogant Christians. Find out how this is relevant to the church today and how this same passage applies to the relationship between a father and his children.
Everyone has a little country boy in them. Learn to use it to make the most of the opportunities in your life.
Listen as Pastor Brad continues with Part II in our Harvestcry series. In this message he encourages us to follow the examples of early church leaders and become living imitators of Christ.
If we are going to be imitators of Jesus, followers of his, if we are going to live life according to Jesus, we must start with his heart of humility.