Sep 19, 2018
2018-09-19 Concentration
 
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  • Sep 19, 20182018-09-19 Concentration
    Sep 19, 2018
    2018-09-19 Concentration
     
  • Sep 13, 20182018-09-12 No Wonder satan Makes Us Afraid of Revelation
    Sep 13, 2018
    2018-09-12 No Wonder satan Makes Us Afraid of Revelation
  • Sep 7, 20182018-09-05 Jesus, Ultimate Promise Keeper
    Sep 7, 2018
    2018-09-05 Jesus, Ultimate Promise Keeper
  • Sep 2, 20182018-09-02 Musical Chairs
    Sep 2, 2018
    2018-09-02 Musical Chairs
  • Aug 30, 20182018-08-29 What’s Really Real? His Word
    Aug 30, 2018
    2018-08-29 What’s Really Real? His Word
  • Aug 22, 20182018-08-22 Revelation, The Dirty Truth
    Aug 22, 2018
    2018-08-22 Revelation, The Dirty Truth
     
  • Aug 19, 20182018-08-19 Choose the Leader Worth Following
    Aug 19, 2018
    2018-08-19 Choose the Leader Worth Following
    We can read where Jesus "called" people to follow Him. He "commanded" people to follow Him. As Christians, we "should" follow Him. But for the life of me, WHY WOULDN'T WE "WANT" TO FOLLOW HIM? I mean, let's think about it. He is before all things, the creator of all things, and the sustainer of all things. He knows all things (the future and the past), knows us, knows our enemies, knows our needs, and knows every fault of ours, yet He still loves us and wants us. He not only made all, but owns all, and still bought us all back from sin. And if there needed to be anything more, He could just make it. If we knew anybody that was half of all He is, wouldn't we hang around them all the time? Wouldn't we relax knowing that they could get us out of anything we faced? Would anybody HAVE to tell us we OUGHT to follow them, or wouldn't we be ecstatic to have them as a friend?
  • Aug 13, 20182018-08-12 Follow the Leader
    Aug 13, 2018
    2018-08-12 Follow the Leader
  • Aug 9, 20182018-08-08 Conquerors Fight Feelings with Faith
    Aug 9, 2018
    2018-08-08 Conquerors Fight Feelings with Faith
  • Aug 5, 20182018-08-05 The DEADLY Game of GOSSIP
    Aug 5, 2018
    2018-08-05 The DEADLY Game of GOSSIP
    Man, the game of Gossip was so much fun as kids. It was amazing how much a phrase would change as it is whispered and repeated about 10X. But even MORE amazing is how little fun is experienced when adults play it. Not only is it not fun, it is down right deadly. Gos-s-s-sip even seems to have the hiss of a snake in it. James tells us that our tongues are like a fire that was started in hell.
    That’s what is so amazing; it’s the last thing you’d expect to find in the church! But sadly Christians are every bit as addicted to gossip as anyone in the world. We do it so naturally. Yet Jesus warns us that we will give an account of every word. So what will it take to change? Recognition and admission that we are powerless on our own. We need Jesus and each other to ever overcome gossips powerful pull. I KNOW I WANT OUT of this. it’s no game! How about you?