Posts made in November, 2016

Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Seven

Posted on Nov 14, 2016 in Journey through the Gospels

Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Seven

Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Seven

Have you ever looked at the phrase, “Judge not lest you be judged” and see why this has taken on a politically correctness to it? Paul will continue to explore why it is so hard to properly view the subject of judging, justice, law and truth in our current culture? He will also explore what “social justice” has done to this biblical truth as well. You may be influenced by the culture on this matter and not even realize it. Paul will conclude on this subject and continue through Matthew chapter 7, in which Yeshua finishes up His sermon, the beginning of what it means to Honor God and be a disciple of HIs each day. The same is true for us. Have you asked yourself lately what it means to be a disciple of Yeshua? Are you truly seeking after Him in all things? Let Paul encourage you as you study along.

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Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Six

Posted on Nov 14, 2016 in Journey through the Gospels

Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Six

Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Six

Join Paul on his last two teachings on the Sermon on the Mount, as he finishes up chapter 6 and then covers chapter 7. Have you ever really thought about what it means to “Seek First the Kingdom of God and HIs righteousness, and all these things will be added to you? What promises are contained in this? Have you ever wondered why we have such a hard time with the idea of judging, justice and the law? Come see how our culture has perverted these so bad that many of us do not even know what these terms truly mean anymore? Come and learn the answers to these questions and many more.

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Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Five

Posted on Nov 14, 2016 in Journey through the Gospels

Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Five

Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Five

Paul continues through Matthew chapter 6 and spends much of the time looking at how we worry and how that affects us in ways many of us do not think about. How often do you use the term “worry’? if you take a conscience look at your speech, each day you will be surprised how often you use this term even though you may not think it is a good idea to do so. imagine what would happen if we gave all of these things to God and walked out our faith. Let this teaching from Matthew 6 help guide you to walk in faith, not fear. Let God show you how much he loves you. Blessings to you as you study and seek HIs face.

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Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Four

Posted on Nov 14, 2016 in Journey through the Gospels

Lesson 16 | Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Four

Honor is Found in Following Yeshua | Part Four
After the topical teaching, ON Earth as it is in Heaven (God’s Cosmic Temple and Creation series from Matthew 6, Paul continues to see what true honor is in the remainder of the Sermon on the Mount. He will explore the disciplines of giving, prayer, fasting, and faith, plus other thoughts. Don’t miss the last 4 parts in this series.

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Hello churches, meet your persecuted brothers

Posted on Nov 7, 2016 in Terror

Hello churches, meet your persecuted brothers
Sunday is the annual International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church – and a reminder that God is at work in the worst places on earth

Churches across America and around the world are encouraged to remember the more than 7,000 Christians who were killed last year because of their faith, and to pray for those in more than 60 countries still facing persecution.

David Curry, president and CEO of Open Doors USA, encourages prayers for persecuted churches to be strengthened and to be able to meet together in freedom.

“A lot of people don’t have that freedom,” he points out. “As much as we take it for granted, there are people all over the world who cannot for themselves decide what their faith will be. They can’t decide to change their faith Muslim to Christian except at great cost and potential loss of their life.

Despite the great difficulty, he further says, persecuted Christians are leading many people to faith in Jesus Christ, and their faith amidst persecution has become part of the Church’s history.

“That in the midst of the tragedy they’re reaching out to people – they’re being salt and light in the midst of tragedy – and it’s making a huge difference,” he says.

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