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Biography: Barnabas April 28, 2013 Text: Acts 15:35-41; I Corinthians 13:4-7 Key Thought: Barnabas’ life shows that believing in people like God does is essential to following Christ. After some time Paul said to Barnabas, “Let’s go back and visit each city where we previously preached the word of the Lord, to see how the new believers are doing.” Barnabas agreed and wanted to take along John Mark. Acts 15:36-37, NLT
The characteristics of the 1st century church - people
There is forgiveness for all. The resurrection assures us God accepted Jesus’ sacrifice for sin. Because of His faithfulness, forgiveness is available in Jesus’ name. Get the message of forgiveness of sin out to all peoples.
How can you know if you are being transformed into the image of Jesus? You first have to have his heart.
Pastor Rudy Bropleh starts a new series today -- Mountaintop Experience --with Part One, PACKING. Mountaintop symbolizes elevation or promotion. God has positioned us to be in a higher place; a reward for your effort to climb, work hard, and keep pressing towards a successful life. So, if you are headed to the Mountaintop, you should PACK three things to take with you? Pack the right PERSPECTIVE; Pack the right PEOPLE; and pack the right PRACTICES. Jesus is always praying, helping people, investing in people and these are the good habits that we need to have in our lives. Check it Out and be ready for Part 2!
Sermon by Pastor Rudy Bropleh, using John 9:1-41 as the Biblical text reference. Point 1- People may reject your story ---but since it's your story, make it the best story. Point 2 - Somebody may need to hear your story ---so, share your story with others, even if you don't think they are going to believe it, because your blessings may be tied to someone else; you never know. Point 3 - God deserves all the glory! Tell your story and make sure that you give God credit for the good things that you're telling others about in your story! check it out and Tell YOUR story and be joyful.
“Religion = Rules" Isn’t that what comes to mind most often when we think of God? We imagine an angry, vengeful God peering over the boundaries of Heaven from his eternal throne, watching… looking… trying to see us make a mistake so he can smite us. The popular perception is this: God’s primary job is to punish failure. Don’t we hear that viewpoint all of the time? Every time a tragedy happens someone says it is God’s discipline. But there has to be more to the story of God and us, right? Is he really only interested in crime and punishment? Perhaps better understanding his rules will help us better understand the Rule Maker.
God designs His church to be a place of joyful connection to others. Peace can be restored only when grace is extended. As we learn to enjoy God we’ll find the ability to enjoy God’s people. Remember - you can’t give away to others what you yourself do not possess.