Monthly Archives: February 2020


24
Feb 2020

    John 3:16 is a simple yet profound verse, which summarizes the whole of the Gospel.  In addition, it is noteworthy because these are the words of Jesus.  This verse can be effectively used in sharing the gospel as well as in giving your own personal testimony. Here is a summary of yesterday’s message in a way that can help you communicate its truth. There are four points to remember. The origin of our faith and salvation is … that the Almighty Eternal God loves us. (He is committed to our highest......

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18
Feb 2020

    Next Sunday we will be challenged as we continue our Study in John 3.  See if you can find the challenges in the rest of this chapter! In four different verses we are confronted with the importance of  “believing in Jesus.”  Our initial salvation begins with belief.  Then, ever growing in relationship with Jesus enlarges our faith in practical ways. The Holy Spirit is our ever-present help reminding us in the every-day-ness of life … that we are in the center of Christ Jesus and He is in the center......

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12
Feb 2020

   In John 2, Jesus exhibited His Passion for His Father’s house and His Father’s presence by overturning the tables of those extorting worshipers in the temple. That’s what He does.  He overturns everything in the believer’s life that hinders growth and transformation.  Our traditions, our attitudes, our selfish behavior and our character … at some point … will collide with His righteousness.  That is our opportunity for transformation.  Hebrews 12:27 indicates, “the removal of what can be shaken … so that what cannot be shaken may remain.” With His passion in......

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03
Feb 2020

   Jesus turned the water into wine because the servants did what He told them to.  (John 2:5-7)  He is always able to turn the common into something exceptional when we participate with him by doing as He says.  We have been given all things we need by His divine power for life and godliness and made to partake in His divine nature.  (2 Peter 1:3-4) As you allow the Lamb of God to lead you this week, let me ask you to consider these questions. What in your life has been......

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