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This Sunday we learned how the word of God is like refreshing water to our bodies. This water from God needs to penetrate past our flesh, bones, soul, and into our spirits. Without this water, our spirit is not fed, and we are more that likely to burn out.
Some problems become so difficult to live with that they motivate us to do something, even if it's wrong. In my family we even have a saying for it: “It ain't no good like it is.” Having a situation become so unacceptable that we are unwilling to live with it isn't all bad. It tends to motivate change. The only question is, what kind of change? If we're not careful, we can make a bad problem even worse. But, God has offered us a better way. 2Kings 6:24-7:11; Rom 6:16; John 10:10; Matt 11:28-30; 2Pet 1:3-4; 1Cor 10:13; Jas 5:16
In this important teaching, Pastor Andy explains the reason for trials in this life. While trials and challenges are a part of life for everyone, the wonderful truth for the Christian is that we have been given power to overcome any difficulty.
Jesus Christ offers each of us an amazing friendship if we RECEIVE it.
Listen as Pastor Tal continues the "Act Normal" series, this week talking about God's desire to bring us through the struggles that we face.
We must change our thinking and believe the Good News of the Kingdom to start Living Life on the Jesus Side.
It's been said that if you have a problem that can be solved by writing a check, then you really don't have a problem. There is some truth in this. There are some problems that money can never take away. If we don't have any of these we should be thankful. The problem is, we usually aren't. Why is that? It has to do with our tendency to become overly focused on our problems to the exclusion of seeing the world objectively. Luke 10:38ff; 2Cor 12:7ff; Php 3:4-9; 2 Cor 12; 2 Cor 11:22ff; 1Cor 13