Overwhelmed 2

If you find yourself doubting the promises of Jesus, because you don’t like the way things are going in your life—then you need to come back to Jesus. You need to remember that He’s …

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Witness to Faith

For some reason, people think if they have enough faith, or the right kind of faith, or if they do everything right, pray real hard, walk the straight and narrow—that nothing bad should happen to them. But that’s not the way it works.

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Narrow Gate

We’re not nicer than God. We’re not more loving or more kind than He is. Jesus isn’t just the best way, or the easy way, He’s the only way. There's a wide road that leads to death and a narrow path that leads to life. We need to do what we can to get as many people as possible off the highway that leads to death.

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Ask. Seek. Knock.

This is one of the greatest things that Jesus ever said to us, “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.” There are certain Bible verses that we’ve heard so many times that they kinda lose their impact—we have trouble hearing them fresh—I think this is one of them.

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Logs and Pearls

Don’t write people off because you think you’re right about something. Jesus is right about everything but He still gave everything to make sure things are good between you and Him. You think you haven’t disappointed Him? You think you haven’t given Him a reason to write you off? To give up on you?

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Jesus is for Losers

In this teaching Jesus basically says, "What are you trying to prove?” Stop trying to make yourself look good. It’s gross. It ain’t working." Pride is ugly. Stop trying to prove that you're one of the good ones—it's hard to do. If we humble ourselves then God will honor us. Jesus is for losers. AKA "The Pharisee and the Tax Collector."

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What Are You Worried About?

Worry is the opposite of faith. We need to trust God and figure out what He’s doing in our life today. Don’t waste today worrying about tomorrow. God’s given you everything you need to be faithful—to accomplish what He has for you to do today.


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Treasure & Boredom

So how do you spend your money and your time? Now that you’ve been given everything because of Jesus. How does that change how you look at your money? Your possessions? What you do with your life?

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Temples to Go and Organized Religion

Pentecost was the day the church was born. The presence of God is on earth living in His people. Little temples to go. Religion to go. The Gospel of Jesus is the only true religion and the church is how it works in the world. Religion=How people get closer to God.

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Enemies

Jesus wants us to be a new kind of humanity—bringers of light and hope by loving people that we would naturally not love. To be supernatural. To be perfect. It’s kinda the whole point of everything.

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Revenge

We love a grudge. We love to think about getting even. We’re pretty sure what Jesus actually meant was, “Do unto others before they do something to you.” But then we…

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Vows and Promises

Jesus wants us to be people who keep the vows we make. To live in the truth and let our yes be yes and our no be no. If we, the people of God, can’t show each other that we mean what we say, then when we proclaim His promises—they’re gonna sound pretty hollow. We need to show this world, all the people who need hope, that God’s promises are true. That’s why it’s so important for us to follow through on the things we say—because it’s a testimony to the promises that God has given to us.

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Disappointment

What are your biggest disappointments? The difference between whether you’re gonna be disappointed or not depends on if what you’re hoping for is true or not. Are you building up your hopes to be disappointed in God? Matthew 21:1-11


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