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Paul told Timothy to guard his life and guard his teaching. He was to remember that he has not arrived, allow God's Word to change his life, take biblical teaching seriously, and realize his life impacts others.
What would Jesus do about the pace of His life? He worked, he related (relationships were an integral part of His life) and he spent time in purposeful privacy. Don't think Balance, think Rhythm. In other words release killer expectations, and think in terms of seasons and stages. Oscilate work and rest.
Jesus was delivered for our offenses, and was raised again for our justification!
Listening to the testament of the psalms to answer the prayers of parents, grandparents, teachers and pastors regarding the tradition of a faith passed down through generations.
This week Pastor Jason Simmonds continues our series on the Lord's prayer with his talk on forgiveness titled, "Forgive and Remember." He speaks to us today from Matthew 6:12.
God's heart is broken over the corruption and violence in the world He created to be good and blessed. He grieves and gives people over to rule it on their own. And the world is uncreated...all that has the breath of life dies. But God remembered Noah.
Pastor Jared challenges us to consider (or remember) what God has done in our life. Whether we are Christians or not, we have enjoyed His blessings and grace. What should our response be to the great things He hath done?
God's provision for us at any time, including old age. The passage is rich in describing who God is and who God is to us. God tells us "listen to me" and "remember this" about His character.