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A message of Hagar's understanding of the fact that God is a God who sees her, and over the next three messages how this applies to her life and as a consequence our lives as well!
To receive God's covenant blessing means we have fellowship with God that changes us to be like God. This is what took place with Abraham and Sarah, and has continued taking place with all those who truly believe in the God of Abraham for salvation. How this does take place and how we know it is taking place with us is revealed, in part, in Abraham's welcome of three visitors who turn out to be a visit from God himself. Abraham's visit from God indicates that to be God's child means we will be generously hospitable, sacrificially giving and responsible within our relationships. Through it all we learn that these characteristics are nurtured in God's covenant children because God is all knowing and all powerful, and thereby able to change sinners to be like him.
Isaiah 45: 22-23
Listen as Pastor Tal kicks off the series "Holy Spirit", this week talking about the personal and divine attributes of the Holy Spirit.
We are currently studying passages of scripture foundational to Christian doctrine and faith so that we as a body of believers may be established and grounded in what we believe, motivated to live a life worthy of our calling because of who God is and what He has done for us. This week’s root is YHWH (Attributes of God).
"Many men and women today are living, often with inner dissatisfaction, without any faith in God at all. This is not because they are particularily wicked or selfish . . . . but because thay have not found with their adult minds a God big enough to "account for life, big enough to "fit in with" the new scientific age, big enough to command their highest admiration and respect, and consequently, their willing cooperation." J. B. Phillips, "Your God is Too Small", P. 8
Why theology matters - As we celebrate Reformation Sunday we are reminded of the great courage and sacrifice of the men and women that God used during the 16th century as they fought for nothing less than the recovery of the Bible.