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Elizabeth: God's Unexpected Hero
Paul Relentlessly Praised God for: 1. The Ultimate Reason for their Faithful Perseverance vs. 3-6 2. The Immediate Result of their Faithful Participation vs. 7-8
All of us want to know that someone has got our back, that someone in a position of power is keeping watch over our lives. In the final message in our Good Shepherd series, Pastor Jeremy teaches from the gospel of John on the Good Shepherd who keeps us.
So much of life depends on sight: relationships, language we use, how we approach life. Blindness changes everything, too. This message looks at the blindness that afflicts all of us and how Jesus desires to heal of us. Will we let him heal us in his way or demand that it be done according to our expectations?
Part of following as disciples includes bearing the trials and suffering within the world. We are called to remain faithful during these times rather than making our own way out.
We like to think that suffering, hardships, going through difficult times in life, etc. is the exception. However, for the follower of Jesus, suffering in life is the rule. The sooner we come to grips with this biblical teaching, the better off we'll be.
The joy of the Lord is birthed in the furnace of trials. This message addresses this phenomenon that occurs as we live our lives in the midst of the challenges we all face. The video mentioned can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/2208102
A defense of the literal interpretation of the early chapters of Genesis; Parallels the Great Flood of Noah's time with the trials of life; exhortation to keep the faith and to thank God for bringing you through them.
We study the theologically rich introduction of Peter's letter, focusing the believer's "inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading".