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This is the second part of Israel's Finest Hour as seen in the last three chapters of Zechariah. This one deals with Israel's cleansing.
The last three chapters of Zechariah prophesy Israel's Finest Hour. Listen and learn a powerful truth about the deity of Christ.
God wants us to trust fully on Him. Israel was trusting in their own strength instead of God and God showed them that it was a bad idea. We have a choice of which path to take and God in his mercy allows us to choose but we live with the consequences. David and Israel faced the consequences for their choice and we too face the consequences of our choices.
What happens when God takes over? Listen and learn how Israel was (and shall be) blessed when God fired the false shepherds of Israel and takes over as the Chief Shepherd of His flock. Be encouraged as you discover the great truth: If God be for us, who can be against us!
GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME: the Suffering of the Godly and the Prosperity of the Wicked (Message #4 * Psalm 73) 08-23-2015
1. A Brief Summary of Psalm 73 v1 God is good to His people: those who are pure in heart (vs23-28) v2 Inner turmoil & personal reflection (vs13-17; 21-22) v3 The prosperity of the wicked (vs4-12; 18-20) 2. Some Key Themes in Psalm 73 (a comparison & contrast) ● God’s goodness to His people: and God’s judgment upon the wicked (vs23-24 & vs18-20) ● The God-centered life of the godly: and the evil-prosperity of the wicked (vs23-28; vs4-12) ● God’s goodness to His people (v1): and God’s goodness to me (v28) 3. Living as the Church in the World ● Know Jesus & walk humbly w/ God ● Worship & Fear the Lord through the fellowship of the local church ● Trust & rejoice in God’s grace
Rich continues our series in Romans with a helpful and provoking message on guarding against the often unseen, undetected and unlooked-for dangers of pride in our hearts, and to vigilantly fight against it.
Another message in FUEL HSM's Maggid Series - telling the story of Jacob Wrestling God in a dramatic and informed way.
Part 2. The prophet's love story doesn't jump to "happily ever after". As children were born to them, God used their names to proclaim difficult messages to Israel. But these messages also affected his bride, who eventually gave up and run away from true love. Both Gomer and Israel fell into the traps of Satan, traps we can avoid and protect ourselves from running from the love of God.