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In a message taken from 2 Corinthians we hear how the Apostle Paul taught that we should be cheerful givers even in times of hardship.
To love God is to love life, because God is life. As Noah and his wife and their sons and their wives departed the ark God renewed his covenant purpose with them. This meant that like Adam and Eve they were to be fruitful, multiply and fill the earth, and by implication subdue it on God's behalf. This propagation of life was not merely physical but spiritual, because God is worshiped or served through our physical bodies in a physical creation. This also meant they were to protect life. In this propagation and protection of life they were loving God. We also demonstrate love for God through the propagation and protection of life. While the shedding of human blood predominately reveals our hatred for life and God, God sent his own son, the Lord Jesus, who shed his blood that we might have life and thereby love for God.
Hold onto your seats this weekend as we look at the Parable of the Talents in Matthew 25:14-30. What is this parable is all about? Is it all about our natural talents enabling us to score in life’s game or is it something much more? What happens when God gets a hold of your life and gives you new gifts and adventures to fulfill? Key Passage: Matthew 25:14-30
Our God is a missional God. How does the Gospel motivate community missionwards? The Father sends the Son, the Son sends the Spirit, and the Spirit fills the church and sends it on mission and power into the world. To be on mission is simply to be like our God. It’s to understand His redemptive plan. It’s to join in His story. It’s to see our identity as it truly is.