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It's our holy duty as Christians to kiss frogs. Are you kissing frogs? Has someone kissed you lately?
In Psalm 2, we see that our natural desire is to rebel against God. But God has placed Jesus as King over us, and we're called to surrender and take refuge in Him.
God has promised grace, love, and fellowship to all of His children through Jesus Christ
Introduction 1) Why is this book in the Bible? 2) Love brings pleasure 3) Love, beau, and potential 4) Love points toward marriage
Jacob places himself between his family and Esau and bowed, humbled himself before Esau, restoring the birthright privilege he had stolen. Esau embraced and kissed him. Jacob continued on to Succoth, then to Shechem and erected an altar, calling it El Elohe Israel.
Continuation of the Series, "Passionately From the Heart" on the Prodigal Son
That critical moment has come when Jesus will either do the father's will, or walk away. He knows that he must go all the way. He must drink the cup of God's wrath - every drop. Since the cup will not be taken away, Jesus prays, "Not as I will, but as you will." With these words his fate is sealed, and our salvation is secured. Where are you in this scene?
The kiss of the Fatherâ€™s approval is the experience of His loving grace towards us. It is more than just a fact about Him, it is a heart moved to melting gratitude as we sense His pleasure and joy over us. Thatâ€™s what weâ€™re hoping to find out from this week. How do we get the kiss of the Father? How do we experience His grace so that it is a reality to us and not just a nice concept or heart-warming parable?