Posts tagged submission
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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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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Abraham: Friend of God - Genesis 13

Let us follow Abraham’s example of living a generous lifestyle for God. He trusted in God’s promise, His provision, and His generosity. This revelation allowed Abraham to have an open-handed attitude with Lot because he trusted in the Lord, and not in the outcome of Lot’s decision.

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The Holy Spirit

Vanessa preached on the Holy Spirit and reminded us that the Holy Spirit is God. The Bible teaches He is a seal, guaranteeing our inheritance, our advocate and helper and we are to live continuously filled by the Spirit!

John 7:38 says, “Whoever believes in me, as scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.” Its through a deep trust in Jesus that living waters will flow from within us and we experience greater peace and joy. We can rest secure knowing our God is who He says He is and He will do what He said He will do!

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Colossians 3:18-25

We are called to live differently as followers of Jesus! This passage provides instructions on the roles and functions for different members within the family. The one over-arching objective is to live for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ regardless of our different roles.

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