Posts tagged relationshipwithgod
Galatians 4:1-20

We desire to be people committing all of our hearts to Jesus. This is where the Spirit of His Son resides (Gal 4:6, 2 Cor 1:22). Therefore, we can only live as transformed people by allowing our hearts, through the leading of His Spirit, to set the vision for our lives. Only then, will we be able to truly call ourselves followers of Jesus; when we are led by His Spirit.

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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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Finding Our Significance in Jesus

We desire to truly live as people who have been set free and rescued into the Kingdom of God! Living as the church who has been transformed and finds her significance in Jesus will bring restoration to people around her. As each of us is living out this mission at Restoration, we will join with all other Christians around the world to eventually bring glory to Jesus everywhere.

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The King and His Kingdom

Thank you Tyrone Daniel for reminding us to find our significance in Christ! “ Our revelation of Jesus determines our mission and our mission determines our local church.” We desire to be people living for the King and His Kingdom!

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Galatians 3:1-14

Paul uses the example of Abraham to debunk the belief that people can be declared righteous by God based on their own actions and reinforces the fact that true righteousness comes only through faith in what Jesus did for us on the cross. This righteousness is available to all nations!

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Galatians 2:11-21

We have been justified by the faithfulness of Jesus, His finished work on the cross and are FREE from guilt and condemnation. We are free from sin and outward conformity and can come before God because of Jesus alone.

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The Faithfulness of God

Jesus brought a kingdom that was upside down, and inside out. The first will be last and the greatest will be the servant of all. When we are faithful in the small things, God leads us into and entrusts us with more.

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Our Future Inheritance

The world defines inheritance as material goods. Our future inheritance is so much more than that. It is to stand before our God and receive “the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day” (2 Tim 4:7). Be encouraged and lean into Him as we move beyond worldly inheritance in order to appear before God (Ps 84:7) to receive our everlasting inheritance.

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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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