Sunday Collectives 10/17/16 – 10/23/16

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Sunday Collectives 10/17/16 – 10/23/16

 

Will God give me more than I can handle? Audio

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A common saying that is often uttered when someone is going through a time of suffering is “God will not give us more than we can handle.” To which someone hearing this statement will either say out loud or think “Does God think I’m superman?” If you have had someone say this to you please feel free to laugh, otherwise you may do something you will regret later. If you never have had someone say this to you then consider yourself extremely blessed.

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Break out!

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By Shasta Monet

This morning I have felt something shift in the spiritual realm. Maybe it is just me, because I am coming back to a place I haven’t been in for awhile, or is it the Lord.

A 21 year old young man passed away a few days ago, someone who I knew since he was a little boy. Our home church is loving on his family and rejoicing over the life that he lived in the short years he got to live. This morning I am challenged by the thought of what will I leave behind?

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Theology in Sound Bites – 10

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There is so much confusion in our Christian life, what it means to live it, what does it look like. If one studies it one will hear terms like Justification, Sanctification, Union With Christ, Eternal Security, God’s Will, Love, Grace, Law, Mercy and other terms. While in a blog of our size it is impossible, nor is it our intent to go free diving to depths unknown in these areas, it is our intent to introduce terms, statements, reflections and thoughts on what we see as theological truth.  

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TOLERANCE ISN’T LOVE.

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By Chad West

When asked about things like homosexuality, abortion, atheism, and the like, some Christians will go on about how those people are ruining America, or how God’s going to send fire down from heaven to judge those suckers soon, or how we need to pass laws to keep them out of, well, wherever it is we think they’re threatening us at the moment. But then if you ask those same Christians if God didn’t tell us to love everyone, they’ll say something which sounds more level-headed like, “Oh, I’m not saying I don’t love them. I love them. I just don’t agree with them.”

Moms, A Few Things to Remember

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By Tricia Goyer

1. You matter.

Being a good mom is important, especially for the impact you have on your child. You are significant, not because of what you do, but because of who you are.

2. You are wonderful.

When you see yourself as God sees you, you don’t have to worry about an identity crisis. You are his child. You have amazing strengths that are unique to you.

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The Gospel Promise of God’s Performance

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by Joseph Franks

ADAM AND EVE NEEDED SOME GOOD NEWS.

Consider what they had done. They had disbelieved the compassion and wisdom of their Heavenly Father. They had chosen to ally themselves with Lucifer and had defied the clearly stated law of God. Consequently, they brought upon themselves and their descendents spiritual deadness, emotional instability, relational chaos, environmental curse, generational depravity, physical depreciation, volitional pain, and death.

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World Prayr has chosen to be different, starting with teaching others that the pilgrimage all of those who have been brought near to God are on is not one that is about our focusing on what we are doing, or focusing on our sin or anything we are not doing, but rather focusing on what Christ did in order for us to know transforming grace. We refer to this message as the gospel of grace. We then live this out as a ministry by serving others through counseling, prayer and sound biblical teachings.

We, also, differ from most ministries in another key area and that is working to live out the message of Philippians 2:4, by aggressively promoting other ministries and churches. As a mission team World Prayr is working to serve those who are disconnected and re-connecting them, one soul at a time to local bodies of believers.

We refer to our team as an “Ohana” which is made up of many nationalities spread across the globe and within the Protestant faith.

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