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This message is part #1 to As God Simplifies Life for Us —
What does the “much more” in the Scriptures mean? What does it mean personally in practice?
(Psa 9:10, Ro 5:8-10)
How do you know who God is? No one has ever seen Him and nobody knows Him but He is working to reveal Himself. In a sense we are forced to share the treasure we received from God.
(Prov 18:21, Eph 5:14-16, 1Tim 6:15-16, Mat 11:25-27, Jn 8:12, 19, Jer 21:8)
This discussion was held in connection with the messages My Responsibility to Sin & The Mighty God And My Lame Feet on June 26, 2016, Sunday 4:30 pm.
The smallest things have significance, meaning, content in the will of God. Our daily duties may have a spiritual fragrance. Satan hates everything you do that way, because he hates that fragrance, hates that heart behind. There is an attack against your faith. So the question Jesus asked is pertinent: Will you also leave Me?…
Easter is a season when God invites us to consider deep questions influencing our lives, such as death, life, hope, faith. May it be that reality has a broader domain than our perception and understanding would make us believe? The curve God draws with our lives serves our blessing, but it is not easy to…
Don’t ask the world about your value – it is hidden with God. He can give a new meaning to events, help you see afresh. Abilities, skills are good things, but they are tools only to extend you. The wrong starting point though – such as selfishness, greed will turn them in the wrong direction.…
We see value when we love, so what we love is important. Love reveals value. Love the valuable things, love the Lord first, because He is the greatest value. As we think with Christ, He teaches us to choose well. The Bible gives some simple advice about loving life, and why wouldn’t we want that?…
The real measuring happens beyond the details. We are not looking for a victor, but care for people. (Mt 22:17,23:23, Lk 12:13-14, Jas 3:14a, Gal 6:10)
To think in a new way. Our lives are an immeasurable mystery as we become part of the Body and fellowship in the Gospel. (1Co 3:16,12:27, Phil 1:5,7)
The Holy Spirit is present in the believer’s life, and so there is a new unity among us – His nature. The Holy Spirit has amazing results in our personal and church life. (Phil 4:8, 1Co 16:15)