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The message in a two part series about anger, sin and speech.
The first part in a two part series about anger, sin and speech.
Jesus states in Matthew 12:34, "out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks". In this sermon, we look at the problem of the heart in communication starting in the beginning of the story with Adam & Eve.
From the overflow of the heart comes out speech. What we say and how we say it is a snapshot of our hearts. We must guard our heart and recognize when what we say is not uplifting and glorifying him, our heart needs a check..
From the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks.
Words matter. Words shape us and impact us at the deepest of levels. And God meant for it to be that way. Listen to James as he describes the power, the danger and the healing of our speech in light of the gospel.
In a world where people say all sorts of things to convince others of their legitimacy, Christ calls us to simply say yes or no and let the integrity of our lives be the source of our validity.
God calls us to put off the old way of doing things & put on the new - to make a SWITCH. However, it's not easy to make a radical change sometimes. The key is to realize that the SWITCH is actually a good thing; it will create oneness and unity with people around you. Are you ready to take the next step? How is God leading YOU to live differently? Key Passage: Ephesians 4:17-32
James 3:1-12 - The words we speak have tremendous power to build up or tear down. God tells us we must control our speech if we are to control ourselves.
This message begins our journey through the great epistle of Ephesians. This intensely practical and doctrinal book shows us that our behavior follows what we believe. In an increasingly postmodern, relativistic world, Ephesians ensures us that the truth about God and His Gospel is not only true, but powerful and able to change. This letter was written to encourage followers of Christ in a city much like our own to fight together and never forget who Jesus is and who they are in Him.