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Thy Kingdom "Mercy" Amanda Davis
Today’s scripture is a parable - a lesson on how to short-circuit our tendency to want to get back at those who have hurt us.
We constantly wander off and come back again, and each time Christ releases us from our debts. And we have to go out into the world and share that same mercy.
Thy Kingdom Come: “Justice” - Ken Coneby
Ken launches our Missions series with a call to conviction - a reminder that being convicted is just a brief moment, but we are required to take that moment. In order to recognize justice, we have to be convicted of our own guilt, and to take some time to actually sit with it.
The world is unfair to so many, and Ken reminds us how easy it is to ignore that. “So many times we just play the game of the world and assume it’s not keeping down the people around us.” That oversight keeps us not just from God’s truth, but from the world’s restoration.
Our Father: “Do Not Lead Us Into Temptation” - Sylvia Kiboko
As we draw our series on The Lord’s Prayer to a close, Pastor Sylvia wants us to recognize how important it is for us to resist the temptations that trouble us. And in order to resist those temptations, the most important thing we need to do is pray.
Our Father- “Your Kingdom Come” - Ken Coneby
Ken is concerned that Church might have lost its vision: The Lord’s Prayer offers a glimpse of what the world is going to be - and it’s a vision in conflict of what the world envisions.
Our Father: “Called To Surrender” - Ken Coneby
Ken confesses that he is finding it hard to find hope in the world around us. But he is reminded of how the solution is always surrendering ourselves more fully to a God who created and cares for us.
We are a people obsessed with control, but God leads us to a greater truth.
Pressing on: "Guide" - Jordan Czichos
1 Peter 5:1-4
One of Jesus’ defining characteristics was his humility. It was more than just a passing trait - For Jesus, “being humble was literally a death-and-life situation.”
The closer Jordan looks at Jesus’ humility, the more she unearths our need to match that humility in our own lives.
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