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After sharing several parables about the Kingdom of Heaven, Jesus asks a telling question to the 12 men whom he had chosen to follow Him: "Do you understand..." This is an important question for all disciples of Jesus. The sermon this week examines his response when they say "yes" and the parable he uses to respond.
Primary Claim: God became a man to leave an example that we might follow in his steps.
We take time this Sunday, and then once more, to reflect on the three aspects of the two great commandments. Last Sunday was all about loving God. This week will be all about loving our neighbours
That stepping up that is needed for us to carry out the trust God has given us, where will the power for that job come from? How will God bring about the change in us as individuals and as a congregation? God’s Spirit will do that work in us and He will do it by His Word.
A church must learn to function as a body with Christ as the head. God gives gifts to each member of the body of Christ for specific ministry. This gifting involves four things: divine manifestation, spiritual incorporation, individual expression and loving cooperation.
Learning to identify what true faith really is.
Additional Bible Scripture comes from Jeremiah 46:11-15 and Jeremiah 8:20-22. God is our healer when we are hurting. We need to read the Bible to better understand what God is telling us to do in order to really enjoy Him and enjoy life. Key Points: 1) You must LISTEN; 2) You must LEARN; and 3) You will LIVE!
Learning how to move forward with God by asking Him what you need.
As followers of Jesus, we are always teaching to one another and the world what a disciple is and does. In this sermon we look at Jesus's call to go and make disciples. We look at both what a disciple is, and how to approach discipleship.
Paul tells us that he has learned the secret of contentment. Which means that contentment IS attainable, and that it is a learned character trait. But what exactly is contentment and can we really experience it in the midst of hardships and even great hurt? And if we can, how can we learn to do it? Step up to the podium Professor Paul!