Mar 26, 2018
Who Is My Neighbor Pt.2
The lawyer in Luke 10 was hoping to be able to justify himself by asking Jesus to clarify who his neighbor was. If loving his neighbor neighbor meant loving his fellow Jews, he likely would have been justified. However, Jesus made it very clear to him, and all of us, that loving our neighbor means that we must lay down our pride, and serve all people no matter their race or beliefs. May we truly seek to love God, love people, and love others by displaying and declaring the good news of Jesus Christ.
Scripture: Luke 10:29-37
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  • Mar 26, 2018Who Is My Neighbor Pt.2
    Mar 26, 2018
    Who Is My Neighbor Pt.2
    The lawyer in Luke 10 was hoping to be able to justify himself by asking Jesus to clarify who his neighbor was. If loving his neighbor neighbor meant loving his fellow Jews, he likely would have been justified. However, Jesus made it very clear to him, and all of us, that loving our neighbor means that we must lay down our pride, and serve all people no matter their race or beliefs. May we truly seek to love God, love people, and love others by displaying and declaring the good news of Jesus Christ.
    Scripture: Luke 10:29-37
  • Mar 19, 2018Who Is My Neighbor Pt.1
    Mar 19, 2018
    Who Is My Neighbor Pt.1
    In Luke 10, Jesus was approached by a lawyer who asked Jesus how he might inherit eternal life. Jesus modeled what it means to love God and your neighbors with your whole heart. This is not possible for us apart from God's supernatural work within us. May we truly love God with everything we are, and may God's love flow from our lives to everyone we encounter.
    Scripture: Luke 10:25-29
  • Mar 11, 2018A Genesis Heart
    Mar 11, 2018
    A Genesis Heart
    David was a man after God's own heart, but even he gave into his sinful desires and needed to repent. In Psalm 51, we see a man broken over his sin and in need of restoration. He needed God to create in him a clean heart out of nothing, a Genesis heart. May we follow David's example and daily confess our sins to God and repent of them. Turn to Christ as your ultimate satisfaction and enjoy the true joy of a relationship with Him.
    Scripture: Psalm 51
  • Mar 4, 2018Repent And Return To Christ
    Mar 4, 2018
    Repent And Return To Christ
    When famine hit the south country where Abram and his family resided, he chose to go down into Egypt rather than trust God for provision. He also compromised his marriage by telling the Egyptian Pharaoh that Sarai was his sister. Abram needed to come to a place of repentance and turn from his sin and turn to God. May we repent of our disobedience and return to Jesus as our true satisfaction. 
    Scripture: Genesis 12:10-13:4, Various
  • Feb 25, 2018Operating From God’s Success
    Feb 25, 2018
    Operating From God’s Success
    God called Abraham to leave his life of paganism and his mindset of operating from man's success. Abraham turned to God and chose to live his life from God's success rather than his own. May we see the finished work of Christ on the cross as the means by which we can live victoriously. When we love God, love people, and love our world, we can see God restore people to Himself. 
    Scripture: Genesis 11:27-12:3, Various
  • Feb 18, 2018Moses: Regret and Redemption
    Feb 18, 2018
    Moses: Regret and Redemption
    Throughout Moses' life, we can see how God sovereignly worked despite Moses' failures and regrets. Moses’ life was not a failure because his life was about much more than his story. May we live in a way that points others to Jesus and look to Him to be the example of which we live our lives.
    Scripture: Numbers 20, Various
  • Feb 12, 2018The Coming Kingdom Pt.4
    Feb 12, 2018
    The Coming Kingdom Pt.4
    In the closing verses of Isaiah 61, we are introduced to the Kingdom song. Isaiah looked ahead to the promise of the salvation in Jesus when we would be given clothes of righteousness. God will bring His kingdom into fruition. We can trust in His promise and seek to build His Kingdom here.
    Scripture: Isaiah 61:10-11
  • Feb 4, 2018The Coming Kingdom Pt.3
    Feb 4, 2018
    The Coming Kingdom Pt.3
    Isaiah continued his message to Israel by explaining the rich blessings that God had given them, His infinite justice and mercy, and how the world would be able to recognize God's work. As we seek to apply these things, we can see our need to repent of our own selfishness and discontentment with all that God has given us. May we seek to use all that God has given to push back the darkness and proclaim His goodness to all.
    Scripture: Isaiah 61:7-9
  • Jan 29, 2018The Coming Kingdom Pt.2
    Jan 29, 2018
    The Coming Kingdom Pt.2
    As we continue in Isaiah 61, we see that our restoration in Christ compels us to seek the restoration of the world around us. There is a deep brokenness in this world, and God is in the business of transforming and restoring all things and making them new. May we join in God's mission of restoration by first addressing our personal brokenness and then reaching others in the midst of theirs with the Good News of Jesus.
    Scripture: Isaiah 61:2-6
  • Jan 21, 2018The Coming Kingdom Pt.1
    Jan 21, 2018
    The Coming Kingdom Pt.1
    When Jesus stood in the synagogue and preached from Isaiah 61, He declared that the passage had been fulfilled in that moment through His mission of redemption on earth. Jesus has called to partner with Him in His mission. As believers, we have been anointed by God and appointed by Him to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to all people.
    Scripture: Isaiah 61:1-2a