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The condition of your heart determines your growth from the Word.
The fault of much Christianity today is that it has left out the importance of the mind and has merely appealed to people’s emotions or their "felt needs." The emphasis on experience instead of sound reasons for faith has seriously hindered the church’s witness in our time. The Christian faith is reasonable and therefore we must reason with people using the truth of Scripture. Paul would later write in 2 Corinthians 10:4-5, "For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ."
From before the world began, God has already made your life beautiful in its time. If your health, your family, your financial situation, or anything else in your life is not beautiful yet, give God time. He is still working on it. This inspiring and revealing teaching will teach you how to practically give God time to change things for the better in your life. Following these Biblical principles will increase your expectation of seeing God's goodness in your life every day, and will help you more clearly see how He is making your life more beautiful in its time.
Chris shared on breakthrough and the process it takes to get the most of the breakthrough. He also talked about how we can get a breakthrough but miss God in the process. Just like Moses in Exodus 33 we are to be a people that desire His presence more than we long for the breakthrough. With His presence brings His blessings.
Pastor Justin Deeter teaches from Mark 4:35-41 on how Jesus calms the storm on the sea of Galilee.
A healthy church must worship rightly and live generously.
There are different forms of blindness. There’s physical blindness, but there’s also spiritual blindness. In the story we’re looking at today, we see Jesus healing a man’s physical blindness, and in the process, we discover the spiritual blindness of some of those looking on. It would be a tragedy to have 20/20 vision and yet never be able to see the glory of an everlasting Kingdom.