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It is amazing when you think about it. In a "perfect" environment the serpent got Eve & Adam to disobey God. No wonder the Bible tells us to take our thoughts captive and renew our minds. Sadly, due to the distortion of God the serpent put forward, which Eve bit into, dysfunction came into the world. In "mankind's" relationship with God this distortion leads to distance with God. Yet God does not want that distance to be there, and He has acted in many ways to close that distance. Yet if we are to cooperate in closing that gap - which is a part of undoing the effects of sin - we must cut through the distortion to reality.
As a follower of Jesus you must share your story. If you disagree, then please share why after listening to the sermon. If you agree, then after listening to the sermon, do it! If you are not sure, may God use this sermon to help encourage you on your journey of faith. The reality is, God's past actions are to embolden faithfulness in the present. How many people be emboldened by hearing of God's actions in your story?
It IS POSSIBLE to stop a storm that endangers you just like Jesus did if a believer had the gift of faith or of working of miracles functioning by the Spirit.
Belief will make the impossible possible in your life!
The words we say leave marks for good or for bad. In Proverbs 12:18, and other related passages, we learn that those who speak recklessly hurt. They do not think carefully about what they are going to say and so inflict serious damage on those around them and even themselves. In contrast, those who speak wisely heal. The words spoken by the wise are words at their very best. They are, above all, true, while also being few, calm, and timely. Such words may come in the form of encouragement or even a loving rebuke that often results in healing for the recipient and blessing for the speaker. So, wisely speak the truth in love by thinking before you speak, anchoring your words in the truth of Scripture, and being motivated by love for others with a view towards benefitting them through your words.
If God has done it for one, He will do it for you!
God's will for your life is Life, Good and Blessing, but you have to choose them!
Assistant Pastor Tommy Murray uses the biblical reference from John 21:15-19 to emphasize the title, "Actions Speak Louder Than Words". Listen closely as he uses the following 3 key points to bring this engaging sermon to life.