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The Lord is faithful to fulfill all that He has promised.
We serve an amazing God who always has his people on his mind because he cares for us. Our God is True, Faithful, Righteous and Just. We have a place to run, we have a place to hide. God Keeps His Promises.
All of us have fears of some kind. There are things that paralyze and keep us from taking chances or experiencing the life we dream of or the life God intends for us to live. But, what would your life be like without fear? What if you never got paralyzed? On July 14 we are kicking off a brand new series at Revolution called Fearless on the book of Joshua and we will look at how to live a life without fear. Big Idea: Jesus' Church is a rescued people, living out His mission of being a refuge for the world. Next Steps: * Do I acknowledge my need for a rescuer and see Jesus as God's provision? * How do I live as part of the Church in such a way that creates refuge for others and points them to Jesus? * Do this week's 10+10 Questions * Do this week's Family Devotion Questions Recommended Resources: * "What is a Healthy Church?" by Mark Dever * "Revolution" by George Barna * "Un-Christian by David Kinnaman * Revolution Church's belief about the Church: http://www.tucsonrevolution.com/im-new/our-beliefs/
We’ve been wrestling with the reality that we all live in Enemy Occupied Territory everyday! Last time we were together we watched a video clip from “We Were Soldiers.” If you remember both commander developed their final attack plans. They went over the plans with their leaders and then the executed their plans in the early morning of the 3rd day of the battle. Remember the scene, Mel Gibson, playing Lt Col. Hal Moore signals too his men fix bayonets!