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We each have the INDIVIDUAL and PERSONAL love of God – the God who made everything, the God who made each of us. We have been bought with a price to be set free – not to be enslaved!! Take hold of eternity and learn to live.
Interestingly, David looks at Hebrews 12:1-3 as Peter did last week – with the challenge to “Focus on Christ”. The world has so many problems and there’s plenty of problems in the church. Christ IS the only solution!
Peter talks about obedience to God and relationship with God based on Heb 12:1-3 where we are challenged to keep our eyes on Christ. We often get carried away with ‘outward things’ instead of growing our relationship with our God. God longs for a deep, abiding relationship with His people.
Why Church? What is your purpose in going to church? Romans 12:1-8 A Living Sacrifice What is your motivation for going to church? Give yourself as a living sacrifice Move to serve Ask the Lord to guide you
Speaker: Daniel Larson Building Believers Matthew 4:19 Daniel speaks on the Biblical methods of Building Believers Model of Discipleship Forms of Growth/Discipleship Areas of Growth Not confident about Building Believers? Start making small investments into someone’s life….. it is better than burying it
Starting with James 2:14-26 Wes shows us that we should not just have words that ‘do’ nothing. Our words should move into actions because faith is practical. Notice the actions that are involved in the Fruit of the Spirit.
Matt speaks to us from Matthew 25:14-30 – The Parable of the Talents (or Bags of Gold). God gives us all sorts of resources to use, to bring honour to Him. Will you be successful in God’s eyes by using what He has given you? As disciples, we should be investing our talents to make other disciples.
Jonah was sent by God to the lost people of the great city of Nineveh but he refused to go. At first he ran from his responsibilities both to God and to Nineveh. The question that we have to ask ourselves is – “Are we too turning our backs on the lost people whom God would have us speak to?”