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When God saves us, He does not leave us to wonder and wander without direction. He enables us to walk with Him through His Spirit. The Holy Spirit lives in us, moves us and goes before us. For the sinner, the Holy Spirit convicts. For the believer, the Spirit communicates. The Spirit guides us--He is the only guide that we need. In this message, Dr. Merritt unpacks the role of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit has come to guide us into the truth about God, the truth about sin, the truth about salvation, the truth about life, the truth about death, the truth about heaven, the truth about hell. In other words, He has come to guide us into the truth that really matters.
God calls us to remember. When we remember, there is a power that allows us to move ahead. Remembering things like "The Lord is our God," and His provision gives us the confidence to live a life with Him. In this series, we will look at four words that grant power in remembrance. The last word is “calling.” We often shy at the word calling, but the truth is that as a disciple, we are all called to follow and promote Jesus. This week we see how we can have the power to do that.
God calls us to remember. When we remember, there is a power that allows us to move ahead. Remembering things like "The Lord is our God," and His provision gives us the confidence to live a life with Him. In this series, we will look at four words that grant power in remembrance. The third word is "Peace." When we remember to find peace in God, we find the strength to live out the calling God has for our lives.
911 is a day that virtually everyone remembers. We remember it not only for the disaster, but for the prayer, unity, patriotism, and circumspection it brought about. Such times of moral clarity are rare and they almost never last. Yet, it is precisely at such times that God often gives us special insight. Perhaps on this anniversary of 911, the best thing we can do is to revisit those insights and strive to lay hold of them again by faith. 2Cor 3:12-16; Ex 14-15; Num 13-14; Dan 3:16-18
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Are you "memory challenged"? Since we all are to some extent, what potential impact does this reality have on your relationship with God? The more we reflect on God (e.g., who He is and what He has done - think highly of Him), the more we will want to spend time with Him. The more time we spend with Him leads to our eyes being opened even more to His love. As we become more aware of His love we become more loving people (e.g., we love others). The more we are moved to love others the more we see our need to repent. It is quite a beautiful cycle. Yet repentance is foreign to many of us. For what should we repent? Can anything tactile in nature help us? What if we don't repent?