Posts tagged Father
Galatians 3:15-29

Through God’s grace, and Christ’s redeeming work on the cross for our sins, we no longer have to live under the law. Through faith, we are no longer imprisoned, but our sin is now imprisoned as we get to live free in Christ.

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Walking into our Inheritance

God has a spacious place for us and we enter in by faith, receiving all that Jesus has won for us. Because of Jesus we are co-heirs with Christ and can live finding our joy and hope in Him, despite our circumstance. We can dream big in Him, not living in fear of the unknown or wishing for what’s familiar but trusting in our big God and His good plans for our lives, moving into the more He has for us.

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The Heart of the Father

Understanding the love our our Heavenly Father will strengthen, refresh, envision, and encourage us through the tough times. Jesus went to the cross, per our Heavenly Father’s will, because He understood “This is my son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased” (Matt 3:17). Let’s follow Jesus’ example and draw upon our Father’s love for everything that we do.

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Abraham: Friend of God - Genesis 21

God always fulfills His promise! We see His faithfulness through the humanly impossible birth of Isaac, which brought joy to Sarah and Abraham. This is a foreshadow to another miraculous birth of Jesus two thousands years later, which brought joy to all mankind! Let’s tune our ears and hearts to hear God’s specific promise for each of us!

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Abraham: Friend of God - Genesis 18

God called Abraham his friend. In Genesis 18 we can see how the posture of Abraham’s heart and his response to different seasons in his walk of faith, prepared him for an encounter with the Lord.

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Abraham: Friend of God - Genesis 16

Genesis 16 teaches us to be constantly inquiring of God! God doesn’t want us to make just a rational decision, but to come to him for leading and guidance in making our decisions. Being a friend of God is not about doing the right thing, but it is all about having intimacy with Him.

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The Anatomy of Saying "Yes" to God

Thank you to James and Jesi Lusk for sharing with us about their upcoming adventure as they say “Yes” to God. The process of saying “Yes” was made easier through the revelation of who God is. As we come to know who God is, we know who we were and who we are in Christ. This revelation of God made the saying “Yes” easier! Watch out NYC. This great city is about get wrecked even more, through the Lusks, by the ever advancing Kingdom of God!

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Colossians 4

God instructed ALL followers of Jesus Christ, through Paul, to commit ourselves to prayer, to pray that God may open doors for the message of the mystery of Christ, and to pray for us to share it clearly. These instructions are from our Heavenly Father’s desire to communicate with us and for others to know His love for the world.

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Colossans 3:12-17

We are now royalty, through Jesus, living in the Kingdom of God. Let's clothe ourselves with outfits deserving of people who are holy, chosen, and dearly loved. These are the outfits of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience, tolerance, forgiveness, love, peace, and thankfulness.

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Colossians 1:21-23

Jesus "brought" us into the Kingdom of God through His ultimate obedience.  He reconciled us so we can be presented, before all creation, as "holy, without blemish and free from accusation".  This status has already been reserved for us, "IF" we continue in our faith, established and firm, and do not move from the hope of the gospel.

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