Rev. Greg Haseloff speaks to the question: How do we live placing others before ourselves? The desire for holiness is lived out as Jesus’ followers practice submission.
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Living out your discipleship flows from adoption, receiving grace and redemption, and walking it out in humility and gentleness.
Paul’s words in Ephesians 3 root our lives in: identity in God, the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, and being immersed in the love of God.
Acknowledging the barriers of our sin and receiving the power of the cross destroys walls in our lives and in Christian community, empowering us to love God and love one another.
God’s eternal purpose has been at work from the calm beginning during creation, through the chaos of losing God’s perspective, to the conquering hope of God’s great power in His church and in you being part of his church.
The life of Elisha encourages us to adapt where necessary, set priorities, and dream big for where the Lord would lead us through new doors.
Through his personal story, Jimmie shares about pressing on one step at a time to take hold of Jesus’ redemptive work available to us.
We are saved for more than ourselves – to belong to a multi-national church, following the Lamb, and standing with the church.
This message emphasized the characteristics of the Holy Spirit, who pursues us, makes Himself abundandly available to us, and reveals Himself to us in ordinary and extra-ordinary ways.
From Ezekiel’s message to the dry bones comes a challenging question: if you look like a Christian, do you breath like one, and have the life of the Spirit in you?