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James the Less proves that God calls, equips, and uses ordinary people in extraordinary ways.
Today we'll tackle the "you complete me myth" and discover lessons about singleness from the life of Ruth. You might think or feel you are ordinary, but God wants to work in our ordinary lives and do extraordinary things. The story of Ruth is about a single woman who found completeness in an extraordinary God.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Isaiah 53 vv1-3. Sadly only a few people receive the good new of Jesus Christ. Isaiah shows that this has always been the case and that the Spirit of God is needed to reveal the truth to us. If the Spirit of God is not working then people will look at the fact that Jesus was ordinary and that the religious elite rejected him and they will reject him too. We need to look beyond these things to the reason why Jesus came, that he suffered and died to reconcile people to God.
Empowered with the promise of God's presence and the reality of God's presence, Jacob journeyed to the east and found his mother's family. He encountered them in a most ordinary circumstance that was reminiscent of his mother and father discovering each other at a well. But upon discovering the family, Jacob responds with great joy and relief. It is a reminder to us that the difficulties and uncertainties of the Christian life are experienced precisely because it is carried on through the ordinary circumstances of life, and that God is present in such circumstances.
Jerrell Altic delivers a message out of Joshia 14:1-15 on "Caleb: An Ordinary Life."
As part of our "Philippians: The Pursuit of Joy" series, Djonggi Situmeang teaches "Ordinary Christian" from Philippians 2:19-30.
Listen as Pastor Tal concludes the Act Normal series, this week talking about the things people should find in our lives
In his message, Eric reminds us that the biblical examples of God's leaders are not only ordinary people like us, but at times far below our expectations of servants and leaders of God. He asks us to get over our fear of the unknown and have a servant heart. But also to look for opportunities that God places before us. We are all broken and ordinary and it is God that makes us extraordinary.
Ronnie discusses that The Church is no ordinary gathering or group of people. It is sacred and that we are the temple of God, where we pledge allegiance to Jesus. We then need to treat it as such. Be a servant and a steward, pay little attention to human opinions and keep scripture front and center. Finally we need to remember to love each other enough to speak the truth always.