Enter In

1 Enter into worship, God's unfailing love, God's word, reverence, and God's purpose. 2 Move from concept to opportunity to experiences with God. 3 The nation that has a hard heart towards God and stops entering in will go down. 4 You can enter in before you have what you want.

God's Forgiveness and Restoration

Why confession? 1 A blessing blocker 2 A deep deliverance 3 A triumphant trust

Life with the LORD As Shepherd

• Encourage the fathers on Father’s Day through David’s Psalm • Having tasted all the good and evil of life, David confesses, “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want” (Ps. 23:1). • This means that one who has the Lord as his/her shepherd will live the best life he/she can ever live. • How does God do that? • God provides restoration (vv. 2-3). • God provides protection (vv. 4-5). • David emphatically declares God’s goodness and his commitment to live in God.

The Voice of the Lord

A Call to Praise A Cause for Praise A Culture of Praise

God is my Refuge

God is: My Provider who gives joy and an inheritance. My Counsleor who teaches and guides. My Comforter who brings hope and security.

The Condition of Your Heart

Four Conditions: 1 A Hard Heart 2 A Shallow Heart 3 A Divided Heart 4 A Faithful Heart

Cross the Road

Three Options: 1 Some people have answers without much action. 2 Some people have religion without much compassion. 3 Some people make a difference with compassion in action.

What is a Disciple?

Move Past Distractions: 1 Commitment 2 Cost 3 Calling

What Is Religious Pride?

Some signs of pride: 1 Carrying a lofty sense of entitlement, rationalized by achievement with a performance based identity. 2 Being overfocused on yourself, and not even realizing it. 3 Seeing confession as not very necessary for you.

Are You Ready for the Great Banquet?

Throughout scripture, God talks to us about the Great Wedding Banquet or the Feast in the Kingdom of God.  From the Old Testament to the New, God refers to the church as the bride of Christ and we are even told, “Blessed are those who are invited to the wedding support of the Lamb” (Rev 19:9).  But the traditions of a wedding in the Galilean culture is significantly different to what we experience as a wedding in America.  Unpacking traditions of a Galilean wedding not only uncovers much of what Jesus spoke of about weddings but also is directly relevant to prophecy about His second coming and the Rapture.  With this background, we are then equipped to dive into the parable of the Great Banquet and how that directly applies to the Jews, the Gentiles, and our role of inviting others to the Banquet.

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