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We're all on a journey. Today Pastor Kevin is joined by special guest Ryan Chaloux as we walk through his story and explore eternity at the end of our series, Epic.
Where does God fit into your life today? We will acknowledge and praise Him for eternity. Does He have that place on the throne of our lives today. Are we viewing Him through the lens of eternity or just for this moment in time?
God indicted the world in Noah’s time and the world remains under that indictment. God is uncompromising and serious about his purposes for creation and impatient when those purposes are resisted. God’s expectation for the world is that it is to remain “very good,” as he pronounced it when he made it, and he will not abandon it.
We see why murder is wrong, what God promises, and how mankind's sinful ways have twisted God's creation to suit our own needs.
After God commanded Noah and his sons to do the very thing he had commanded Adam and Eve to do, he declares that he is establishing his covenant with Noah and his sons and their descendants. God's covenant is not only with Noah, his family and their descendants, but with all creation. It is God's covenant that describes and determines God's relationship to everyone and everything. Like Noah and his family, Israel, God's old covenant people, were prone to think and feel alone and overwhelmed by the task in which God enlisted them. The antidote to the despondency and despair to which God's people are prone is a clear understanding that God makes and keeps his covenant. God and God alone institutes and fulfills his covenant.