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The Philippian Principles - 3 Truths that can transform your life Series - Part 1, The Principle of Self Confidence reveals that we have to praise God ourselves, instead of waiting for someone else to do it for us because self confidence starts from within. Referencing the biblical passage from Philippians 4:12-19 we learn that there are three insights that we have to practice in order to face the challenges of today because possibilities are unlimited when Christ is in the mix: Insight #1 - I am Important to the plan of God; 2 - Minimal Resources will not minimize my resourcefulness; and #3 - My future expectation is not crippled by my present condition.
Pastor Ginger Medley delivers today's sermon, using biblical reference from Jerermiah 29:11, "for I know the plans I have for you...". Our Plans plus God Plans equals a Hot Mess. If we practice these key points, we can follow God's plan: 1) Grow Resources; 2) Grow Relationships; and 3) Grow Reputations.
Scripture: 1 Kings 8:22-30; Ephesians 6:10-20; John 6:56-71 Jesus is the God of peace. He brings us into peace with God and with each other. However, God has an enemy, the devil, and they are at war over us. God is too powerful to be hurt by the devil, but the devil can hurt us. Most of us want to live our own lives. However, Jesus wants us to abide in Him and He, in turn, will abide in us. God offers of life, not of the flesh, but of the spirit. An eternal life in His Kingdom. The resources of God are the truth, righteousness, the proclamation of the gospel of peace, faith,
Compassion is a compelling motive for ministry.
Sermon delivered by Reverend Terri Rae Chattin, District Superintendent of the United Methodist Church - Baltimore-Washington Conference as Asbury UMC-Shepherdstown and Mt. Zion UMC - Charles Town coming together as one congregation. Other biblical references include John 17:20-23. If you have division, you will destroy everything that you love. The church started for two reasons: 1) for supportive fellowship with one another so that no one stands alone, and 2) to have enough courage, strength, and resources for God's people to do God's work; moving forward, together.