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The New Testament shows that the Gospel has always had those who distort it and teach a counterfeit Gospel. This is still true today as there are those in our culture who teach a false message of Christ. This false Gospel will never lead to maturity in Christ or allow individuals to experience the fullness of the grace and truth found in Christ. The real Gospel takes people through hardship and difficulty into maturity in Christ. It enables believers to see Christ as the true treasure and to have love, the sacrificial, forgiving, life giving love of God.
Having a lot of power can be a dangerous thing. That power can be used for good or evil. It can be used to destroy or to build up. It can raise questions in the mind of those who see it and cannot compete with it. “Why don’t you use your power for good?” Or “Why don’t you change things if you are able?” Almost everyone recognizes that God has a lot of power but we see that a lot of evil and suffering in the world that God does not seem to be using his power to fix. What is God doing? Why isn’t God speaking up to change things? Does he not love us? Is he not concerned about his creation, and particularly about those who believe in him? Today we look at what the Bible says about God’s power and love to understand how we should respond when God seems silent in the face of evil.
Lesson Aim: To discuss how setting goals is a key part in God’s process of personal transformation.
God designed the covenant of marriage to display his exclusive loyalty to his people, which is expressed in his covenant love towards us. To experience the best marriage ever we must build our marriage on the foundation of this covenant love. *MP3 File is missing the first 10minutes of the sermon. Refer to the notes.
Kingdom Servants have open arms towards people, receiving people in the name of Christ.
How should we be interacting with our community in light of the Great Commission? Do we have a concern for this command?
The more you get a revelation of Jesus, the more in love with Him you will fall.
Imitate Christ's love. Imitate His holiness. Imitate his wisdom. Allow God to make you the leader you should be. The type that is willing to serve others, living in the fruit of the Spirit, John `13:35, John 15:12-13, Romans 3:8
As those who know Christ we are expected to pour our lives into others. The Great Commission calls believers to make disciples, other individuals who are committed followers of Jesus. Believers who are living lives worth of the God who calls us.