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Possessing Life – Part 2

Possessing Life – Part 2 — To accept the new life that Jesus offers, means to walk in freedom and the light. God intends for His people to walk in obedience and understanding. He isn’t a God of blind obedience. He is a Father who desires relationship. God has given us the Holy Spirit to…

Possessing Life

Possessing Life — God jealously and passionately desires us. He is fully open and devoted to those who give themselves completely to Him. We host God’s presence in full devotion as we choose to imitate Jesus in the details of our lifestyle. Godliness becomes a source of freedom and life, and we minister to the…

Who’s Really Missing Out? – Part 2

Who’s Really Missing Out?  — Each of us has a measure of grace that allows us to accomplish the great things God wants to do though us, as described within the Ephesians 3:16-20 prayer. However, we are to carefully determine what pleases the Lord, because that IS our primary purpose and means to fellowship with…

Who’s Really Missing Out?

Who’s Really Missing Out? — Each of us has a measure of grace that allows us to accomplish the great things God wants to do though us, as described within the Ephesians 3:16-20 prayer. However, we are to carefully determine what pleases the Lord, because that IS our primary purpose and means to fellowship with…

Colossians 3: Transformation and Renewal

Colossians 3: Transformation and Renewal– Transformation and renewalis a lifetime-process, not a single event.The pursuit of Christ bears the fruit of repentance throughout the lifetime-process of renewal. This renewal progressively takes place as we learn to know Him.Renewal and transformation benefits others and is observed in the way we treat and encourage others.

Nehemiah: A Life Interrupted

Nehemiah: A Life Interrupted — Nehemiah’s life was interpurpted by God’s calling. This calling caused Nehemiah to repent from selfihsness and pursue the purpose God had in store for him. Nehemiah’s call lead him to: take action share work with others prepare for God’s intervention Nehemiah’s conflict lead him to partner with others and overcome…

Preamble: Returning to Your First Love

Preamble: Returning to Your First Love — As a preamble to the concepts of transformation and renewal described within Colossians 3, we have a frank discussion about repentance and ensuring that we approach Jesus as our first love. See Revelation 2:2-5.