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Message Notes and Stories

These posts tell our story: what God is speaking to us, what God has done in our lives, and what we pray you see Him do in yours. You'll find recent video messages, message notes, individual stories of God's work. 

This is our story.

Sowing and Reaping Week 3

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Sharable notes for the November 19, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • The big picture is formed by small daily decisions. 
  • The job of the branch is to stay on the vine. Our job as followers of Christ is to stay in Christ.
  • The principles of connection and consistency are key to us producing good fruit in our life.
  • We're always focused on production. Jesus wants us focused on connection and then production will take care of itself.
  • A danger to a Christian's life is for us to be content in being stirred, but never moved.
  • We want the monumental moment but we don't want the monotonous practice.
  • Momentum is defined as applied force over a period of time. This principle works in sowing and reaping as well; a harvest comes through applied sowing and work over a period of time.
  • Jesus is not looking for more from you, He wants more of you.

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Ever wonder what it looks like to “walk by the Spirit”? Use this 12-day reading plan to learn about the Spirit’s fruit and how you can display it in your life!

Ever wonder what it looks like to “walk by the Spirit”? Use this 12-day reading plan to learn about the Spirit’s fruit and how you can display it in your life!

Sowing and Reaping Week 2

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Sharable notes for the November 12, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • "Don't sweat the small stuff" may not always be the best advice, because the small stuff adds up over time.
  • A masterpiece takes time. This thought can change our mindset about life.
  • Sows seeds of gratitude: 
    1. Choose to be grateful
    2. Look for reasons to love your problems
    3. Share gratitude with others
  • There is an older you tomorrow that hopes you are making wise choices today.
  • “Good and evil both increase at compound interest. That is why the little decisions you and I make are of such importance. The smallest good act today is the capture of a strategic point from which a few months later you may go on to victories you never dreamed. An apparently trivial indulgence in lust or anger today is a loss of a ridge or railway line from which the enemy may launch an attack otherwise impossible.” CS Lewis
  • Don’t be surprised that opposition comes when you try to plant good seed.
  • Addiction feels too strong? Keep sowing.
    Things don't look like they're going to change? Keep sowing.
    Making an effort and no one notices? Keep sowing.

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God wants his people to bear fruit, fruit that is never out of season. A Christian’s fruit proceeds from the hidden work of the Holy Spirit. Through the gospel of God’s love, the Spirit changes us, enabling us to bear “the fruit of the Spirit.”

God wants his people to bear fruit, fruit that is never out of season. A Christian’s fruit proceeds from the hidden work of the Holy Spirit. Through the gospel of God’s love, the Spirit changes us, enabling us to bear “the fruit of the Spirit.”

Sowing and Reaping Week 1

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Sharable notes for the November 5, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • The thing about a seed is that the fruit doesn't come overnight. We have to be willing for it to develop.
  • For a seed to fully develop it takes time and nourishment.
  • There is a cumulative impact to the choice we make every day. Choices and decisions over time add up and bear the fruit of those actions.
  • We will either grow in our passion or lose our passion, but both happen step by step, decision by decision.
  • Don't be deceived. Before we're quick to pass blame we need to look back at our steps along the journey that have contributed to where we are.
  • If you are about to give up, don’t. If you are discouraged, seek help. If you are hurt, let go.
  • If you want to reap something different than what you're reaping, then start sowing something different than what you're sowing. 

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We too often ignore the symptoms of sin in our lives and don’t take the time to look at the root of our sin and deal with it. This 6-day plan will take us through the process of examining the roots of our actions and the fruits they produce using helpful tree graphics.

We too often ignore the symptoms of sin in our lives and don’t take the time to look at the root of our sin and deal with it. This 6-day plan will take us through the process of examining the roots of our actions and the fruits they produce using helpful tree graphics.

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Sharable notes for the October 29, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • We cannot forget that people will know we are disciples of Jesus by how we LOVE one another. 
  • We are not created to do life alone, we are created for community. 
  • Christianity is not just about us and Jesus, it’s also about how we relate to others. 
  • Jesus died so we can be restored to God and to one another. 
  • To experience true community we have to stop hiding behind past hurt, fear or insecurities. 
  • In relationships there is always the risk of hurt, but there’s also an opportunity for healing, for forgiveness, to model Jesus Christ. 
  • Love is not just a doctrine it is a demonstration. 

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This 15-day plan focuses on how to be better connected with God and with one another, encouraging partnership within the Body of Christ.

This 15-day plan focuses on how to be better connected with God and with one another, encouraging partnership within the Body of Christ.

A New Reformation

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Sharable notes for the October 22, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • The church must continue to rise up in love, truth, and power and see a reformation ofhearts!
  • One of the greatest legacies of the Protestant Reformation was putting the Word of God into the hands of everybody.
  • The gospel of Jesus breaks down classism. We are all one in Christ. 
  • The Protestant Reformation began because a man actually read the Bible, lived its truth, and shared its truth. This still happens today! 
  • "The Bible is the only book written that tells us how we can live forever." Mylon Lefevre
  • Scripture only reveals that Jesus only is the way of eternal life. This comes by Faith only.
  • Racism is a sin of the heart denying the truth that we are all created “in the image of God.”
  • The love of Jesus can change a human heart. 
  • Read God's word, live God's word, and through God's word you can change the world. 

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Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with this 10-day reading plan from Museum of the Bible! Join us to learn about the history of the Reformation and the individuals who played a vital role in getting the Bible in the hands of ordinary people.

Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with this 10-day reading plan from Museum of the Bible! Join us to learn about the history of the Reformation and the individuals who played a vital role in getting the Bible in the hands of ordinary people.

Prayer - Week 3

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Sharable notes for the October 15, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • Adoration should be a part of our prayer life. It reminds us of who God is and who we are.
  • Don't be afraid to confess to God. He is faithful to forgive and if we're willing, He will transform us.
  • Thanksgiving should not just be a holiday but a lifestyle. Giving thanks is part of God's will for our life. 
  • Jesus told us we can bring all of our cares, worries, and hopes to him. We find rest in Him.
  • Our prayers are opportunities for faith to say that God is able. 
  • Every journey begins with a step. Our prayers of faith can be our first step.
  • God's Spirit is with us always. This glorious reality should empower our prayers.

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Do you struggle with prayer? This study will help you turn your prayer life from obligation to a delight so that it becomes so much more meaningful and joyful.

Do you struggle with prayer? This study will help you turn your prayer life from obligation to a delight so that it becomes so much more meaningful and joyful.

Restorers of Light

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Sharable notes for the October 8, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • Christ’s death and resurrection were not only meant to save people from something, we are saved to something.
  • When motivated we become proactive, when offended we become reactive.
  • Combine the great commission with the great commandments - make disciples and love people. 
  • The beauty of the gospel is found in both proclamation and demonstration.
  • Tim Keller, “Christians are called not just to live in the city, but also to love it and work for its shalom – its economic, social, and spiritual flourishing…The citizens of God’s city are the best possible citizens of their earthly cities.”
  • We don’t work at jobs, we serve God through our vocations.
  • When your gifts and natural skills collide with your deepest burdens, you have your calling.
  • When we try to be relevant we become cultural followers instead of culture leaders. Be countercultural.
  • Be grounded through God's word, rest, fasting, prayer and community and avoid distraction. 
  • Live the word of God with words and action, and in this see God’s word work in peoples lives to reconcile them back to Him.

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God’s Word transforms our lives—healing, guiding, and changing the way we live. When we need encouragement to begin the day, a reminder to keep us going, or the comfort only God can give, Living His Word can show us His way. Living His Word Daily Devotions give us helpful, everyday lessons so God’s Word will accomplish its purpose in our lives.

God’s Word transforms our lives—healing, guiding, and changing the way we live. When we need encouragement to begin the day, a reminder to keep us going, or the comfort only God can give, Living His Word can show us His way. Living His Word Daily Devotions give us helpful, everyday lessons so God’s Word will accomplish its purpose in our lives.

Prayer - Week 2

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Sharable notes for the October 1, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • God’s desire is for us to pray from our heart, not for show.
  • Pray without seeking attention, pray sincerely, pray specifically.
  • Jesus gave us a a practical reference to a time of prayer with no distractions. He wants our attention. 
  • Be careful not to make your prayer time a checklist to be completed rather than an intimate interaction with your Savior.
  • We often pray our will and our desires. Jesus taught us to pray the will of the Father. 
  • Beware of things that stand in the way of your prayers: prayerlessness, unconfessed sin, unresolved relational conflict, selfishness, uncaring attitudes. 
  • Jesus offers us not just a pattern for prayer, but an invitation for a heart transforming encounter with Him.

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When all we do is memorize and repeat Scripture for Scripture’s sake – as in the case of the Lord’s Prayer – without ever revisiting or reanalyzing it, we risk losing the context and real-life application of God’s Word. This 7-day study aims to take a much closer look at Jesus’ words and intent in Luke 11:1-4.

When all we do is memorize and repeat Scripture for Scripture’s sake – as in the case of the Lord’s Prayer – without ever revisiting or reanalyzing it, we risk losing the context and real-life application of God’s Word. This 7-day study aims to take a much closer look at Jesus’ words and intent in Luke 11:1-4.

Prayer

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Sharable notes for the September 24, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • So many times in Scripture we see the invitation from God to us to pray to Him. Yet somehow prayer seems to be an unwanted, unused activity.
  • Prayer is an act of submission, of dying to self. It is not a religious activity.
  • Our prayer life needs to get to a place where it goes beyond the “save me now” prayers or the “give me this” prayers.
  • Being an heir of God is not about what we get, but about being in His presence. Romans 8:17
  • God will not reject you because of your sin. Humble yourself and He will receive you, love you, and change you. 
  • God’s power is released when we pray.
  • God’s love goes far beyond our ability to love.
  • We pray knowing God is able and we trust knowing God knows what's best.

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Is your prayer life feeling routine? Your prayer life should be refreshing and enjoyable. This plan can help bring new life to your prayers. Each of the five days contains a short audio message (1-2 minutes). In the audio, the guests share ideas that they have used to expand their prayer life. This plan covers topics of faith stretching prayers, prayer walking, solitude, creative ideas and fresh perspectives.

Is your prayer life feeling routine? Your prayer life should be refreshing and enjoyable. This plan can help bring new life to your prayers. Each of the five days contains a short audio message (1-2 minutes). In the audio, the guests share ideas that they have used to expand their prayer life. This plan covers topics of faith stretching prayers, prayer walking, solitude, creative ideas and fresh perspectives.

What's On Your Pedestal?

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Sharable notes for the September 17, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • The law of God was given to point us to the holiness of God and to point us to the state of our heart, that we need God. 
  • Open-mindedness and tolerance are good things, and to an extent we should indeed strive for them, but not at the expense of truth.
  • "He is God" is better than "He is not God," but lacking in comparison to "He is my God."
  • Grace always precedes law. You don’t earn God’s grace through law, you abide in his words because of his grace.
  • Idols - Things, sometimes good things, that become ultimate things that become controlling things.
  • Money controls us when we consume to have because we think that’s what defines us, or to keep because we think that’s what will save us.
  • When you get a taste of the extent of God's love, those things we’re putting on a pedestal will grow pitiful and powerless compared to God.
  • We are supposed to love nothing more than God; trust in nothing more than God; obey nothing more than God.
  • What is from our flesh can never substitute for what is from the Spirit.
  • God will always outgive whatever you say good-bye to.
  • When you love, delight, and trust in God more than anything else, then following Him is not a burden, it's a pleasure and a desire.

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If you love and trust something more than God, then it's your idol. This reading plan shows you why it's important to keep God in the center of your life.

If you love and trust something more than God, then it's your idol. This reading plan shows you why it's important to keep God in the center of your life.

Joy Week 4

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Sharable notes for the September 10, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • The starting point and foundation for unity in the body of Christ, is agreeing in the Lord. 
  • Full joy does not come from living for your self. It comes from dying to self.
  • I will never find God's joy when I am the focus of the joy I am seeking. 
  • Emotional reactions that result in negative choices can kill our joy in the Lord.
  • There is a transforming power when we worship. It changes our perspective, and it changes us.
  • Gentleness is a radical behavior in today's culture, but God calls for gentleness to be evident in our life. 
  • We may be less anxious in our life if we held to God's truth that He is always with us. Our default when we are anxious should be to pray. 
  • God's supernatural peace transcends all understanding. When our minds are focused on Christ we can have peace without understanding.
  • The truth will set you free, if you abide in the truth. 

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The world defines joy as the intense happiness we feel when we satisfy a great desire. C. S. Lewis disagrees: true joy is an unsatisfied desire ─ a deep longing for God that never ends.

The world defines joy as the intense happiness we feel when we satisfy a great desire. C. S. Lewis disagrees: true joy is an unsatisfied desire ─ a deep longing for God that never ends.

Joy Week 3

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Sharable notes for the September 3, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • We are saved by Jesus Christ, the precious lamb of God, obtain a precious faith, and receive the precious promises of God.
  • Living in God's joy is a testimony to everyone that our faith is not in our self or our situations, but in the promises of Jesus. 
  • The love of Jesus was demonstrated on the cross. His power was proclaimed in His resurrection.
  • We need discipline to put into practice the words of God because our mind is a battlefield. 
  • “The mind is its own place and in itself can make a heaven of hell; a hell of heaven.” John Milton
  • We are not told to fix our eyes on being perfect. We are told to fix our eyes on Christ, who is the perfecter of our faith. 
  • Our salvation was the joy that allowed Jesus to endure the cross. 
  • Choices are made every day around us, many we cannot control. There is one choice that we do control and that's to choose Jesus and live in His joy.

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The final week in the life of Jesus was no ordinary week. It was a time of bittersweet goodbyes, lavish giving, cruel betrayals and prayers that shook heaven. Experience this week, from Palm Sunday to the miraculous Resurrection, as we read through the Biblical account together. We will cheer with the crowds on Jerusalem’s streets, shout in anger at Judas and the Roman soldiers, cry with the women at the Cross, and celebrate as Resurrection morning dawns, understanding that he endured all this with joy for our salvation. 

The final week in the life of Jesus was no ordinary week. It was a time of bittersweet goodbyes, lavish giving, cruel betrayals and prayers that shook heaven. Experience this week, from Palm Sunday to the miraculous Resurrection, as we read through the Biblical account together. We will cheer with the crowds on Jerusalem’s streets, shout in anger at Judas and the Roman soldiers, cry with the women at the Cross, and celebrate as Resurrection morning dawns, understanding that he endured all this with joy for our salvation

Joy Week 2

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Sharable notes for the August 27, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • Never confuse pleasure with joy. 
  • Even the good things in life cannot fill the void in our souls. Without Christ there will always be something missing.
  • Sin is a vicious cycle where we go from one wrong decision to the next. Jesus came to free us from that cycle. 
  • Jesus changes the equation of our lives. With Him, our life has a new timeline.
  • God's will - rejoice always, pray always, be thankful always. 
  • Through Christ our life can turn from a vicious cycle to a righteous cycle.
  • The things we learn from God's word we must put into practice - take action! 
  • Want true joy? Check how you're living and who you're living for.

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Bestselling author Sheila Walsh invites you to discover daily joy. Through funny and inspiring stories and a powerful one sentence daily takeaway, Sheila reminds us of a variety of sources of daily joy. 

Bestselling author Sheila Walsh invites you to discover daily joy. Through funny and inspiring stories and a powerful one sentence daily takeaway, Sheila reminds us of a variety of sources of daily joy. 

Joy Week 1

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Sharable notes for the August 20, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

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  • With access to all the negative information we have in our world, it's no wonder people are in a state of depression. Good news - you don't have to be.
  • When we allow the world to be the lens of our life rather than the Scripture, we cover up the good news we should be sharing.
  • God has given us a supernatural gift to help us live in the mess of this world; it's called JOY.
  • Joy is the fruit of God's Spirit living in us.
  • Joy doesn't come from thinking good thoughts, it comes from thinking God thoughts.
  • Joy doesn't come through self-help, it comes through our Heavenly Father who saves us, adopts us, and changes us.
  • Know God who is love, all-powerful, ever present, all-knowing, absolute truth, holy, merciful, faithful, just, unchanging - know joy!

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In the midst of life’s difficulties, joy can sometimes feel out of reach. But Jesus has more for His followers than a life of striving, pain, and discontent. He offers life abundant, life to the fullest, life brimming with joy! In this devotional, bestselling author Sarah Young offers biblical reminders that will intimately connect you with Jesus and joy through life’s circumstances.

In the midst of life’s difficulties, joy can sometimes feel out of reach. But Jesus has more for His followers than a life of striving, pain, and discontent. He offers life abundant, life to the fullest, life brimming with joy! In this devotional, bestselling author Sarah Young offers biblical reminders that will intimately connect you with Jesus and joy through life’s circumstances.

End of My Rope Week 6

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Sharable notes for the August 13, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

  • There is no hope in superstitions. Jesus is our only hope. 
  • Be cautious of fads, trends and things that sound good. If it's not centered around Christ it's not real hope.
  • Christ can heal us of our perpetual paralysis in sin, fear, past, criticism, failure, self, need to get likes, casual Christianity, etc. 
  • If you have an area of perpetual paralysis in your life you have to desire change in order for Christ to begin to work in you. 
  • Self help is only temporary. True change only takes place through Jesus Christ. 
  • With Jesus on our side there is a time when we say it’s time to get up, no more excuses.
  • A great temptation of the enemy is make us think the old life was a good place.

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In the middle of challenges, frustrated dreams and impossible circumstances, God has declared His power to deliver, direct and provide. No matter what may be confronting you, God’s Word allows you to see past your circumstances to what lies ahead and be confident in His ability to get you through to a place of victory and fulfillment. Join Brian Houston of Hillsong Church for 5 days of devotion, quiet time, and reflection – and discover together the new roads and new rivers God has for your future.

In the middle of challenges, frustrated dreams and impossible circumstances, God has declared His power to deliver, direct and provide. No matter what may be confronting you, God’s Word allows you to see past your circumstances to what lies ahead and be confident in His ability to get you through to a place of victory and fulfillment. Join Brian Houston of Hillsong Church for 5 days of devotion, quiet time, and reflection – and discover together the new roads and new rivers God has for your future.

End of My Rope Week 5

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Sharable notes for the August 6, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

  • We shouldn't attempt to manipulate situations instead of deal with them head on. 
  • Withdrawing or running away from a problem will never solve the problem.
  • Jacob's wrestling with God is not a reference to his strength, but a testimony to his perseverance and determination to change.
  • We should never be casual about pursuing God and what He can do in our life. 
  • Busyness and noise is often simply a distraction for us to what's really going on inside. 
  • Jacob's life changed for the better when he stopped running, and so can ours.

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What happens when we walk out of our weekly church gatherings and the weight of the world beats us down? What happens when the outcome we’ve hoped for doesn’t go as we planned or our relationships fail? Where is Jesus when we experience defeat, lose our job, get a diagnosis of cancer, etc.? Journey 7 days in this devotion to simply look for Jesus in the grand and the mundane.

What happens when we walk out of our weekly church gatherings and the weight of the world beats us down? What happens when the outcome we’ve hoped for doesn’t go as we planned or our relationships fail? Where is Jesus when we experience defeat, lose our job, get a diagnosis of cancer, etc.? Journey 7 days in this devotion to simply look for Jesus in the grand and the mundane.

End of My Rope Week 4

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Sharable notes for the July 30, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

  • God is the source of our comfort.
  • God comforts us so that we can comfort others with the same comfort GOD gives us.
  • The more we suffer for Christ, the more comfort God gives us.
  • Our experiences with suffering equip us to help others if we endure.
  • For every problem there is a provision.
  • Not every trouble we experience is small enough that we can handle it.
  • Even the strongest among us might experience situations we cannot handle ourselves.
  • When we face difficult situations, we have two choices:
    1. Depend on SELF or
    2. Depend on GOD
  • God can use difficult experiences to teach us that our source of strength is in God - not ourselves.
  • "I think I can, but I know God can." - Pastor Casey
  • Never try to navigate through troubles alone.

 

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Comfort and pain are as old as the human experience. Yet, we struggle to understand their place in our life and faith. Why do I not feel God’s comfort? If He loves me, how could God let this happen? This six-day Bible Plan delves into these questions, their answers in Scripture, and God’s place in all of it. Discuss this study with a group of friends. Go to http://go2.lc/comfort for discussion questions. 

Comfort and pain are as old as the human experience. Yet, we struggle to understand their place in our life and faith. Why do I not feel God’s comfort? If He loves me, how could God let this happen? This six-day Bible Plan delves into these questions, their answers in Scripture, and God’s place in all of it. Discuss this study with a group of friends. Go to http://go2.lc/comfort for discussion questions. 

End of My Rope Week 3

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Sharable notes for the July 23, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

  • You are not alone. The Bible, and the world around you, is filled with prayers of people in desperate situations.
  • A desperate pursuit of Jesus doesn't care about image.
  • With Jesus there is always hope.
  • Faith rises above the moment and gives us strength to overcome the moment.
  • Jesus stops for those who have nothing to offer.
  • You are never unnoticed by God.
  • If our spirit has been broken by life's situations and struggles, God can place a new spirit within us.

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End of My Rope Week 2

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Sharable notes for the July 16, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

  • Prayer is what we do in desperate moments, but why does it take a pit for this to happen?
  • Desperation will cause us to open up and think about bigger issues.
  • We need to live with a constant mindset that God's grace is sufficient.... always.
  • Don't wait for a desperate situation to bring awareness of your need for Jesus. We need Jesus everyday.
  • Humble desperation invites us into Gods presence. It doesn't have to be a trial that takes us there. 
  • Even if we are not in a desperate situation we need a desperation for God. 
  • We have to come to a place where we set aside pride and listen to the godly counsel of others. 
  • One of the beauties of the church is that you are surrounded by people who have been where you are.
  • Places of desperation are open doors for us to share the only hope for man, and that hope is Jesus.
  • Sometimes we have to come to a place where we set aside pride and seek help from God and others. We are not always self-sufficient. 
  • We often want a show from God, when God is seeking simple obedience from us.

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Life hurts. If you're experiencing that, then this devotion is for you. Not simply because life hurts though, but because there’s hope even when it does. There’s more to our suffering than meets the eye. 

Life hurts. If you're experiencing that, then this devotion is for you. Not simply because life hurts though, but because there’s hope even when it does. There’s more to our suffering than meets the eye. 

End of My Rope Week 1

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Sharable notes for the July 9, 2017 message. You can post these notes on your social platform! 

  • It's easy to have a casual spirit towards God. Our faith needs to be more than casual.
  • In desperate situations two gifts from God stand out - His presence and His power.
  • Step by step processes don't help in the storm; we need a savior.
  • Jesus taught us that when in a storm look to him and his presence, not the storm.
  • The peace Jesus gives is within so it doesn’t matter what is without.
  • It's in the storms that we can see Jesus for who He is - Lord.

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A common thread that unifies every human is the fact that we all experience storms of life. This devotional is to encourage readers that we can trust God with every detail of our lives! No matter what our circumstances are, He is our only hope and true comfort!

A common thread that unifies every human is the fact that we all experience storms of life. This devotional is to encourage readers that we can trust God with every detail of our lives! No matter what our circumstances are, He is our only hope and true comfort!