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Bible Addicted?

 

 

For many years my Dad was a psychiatrist. He counseled many of his patients to develop what he called “positive addictions” to replace negative ones. Things like exercise or practicing deeds of kindness toward others less fortunate. Let me add another one to that list: Becoming positively addicted to studying your Bible. Yep…. Bible addiction. It feeds your soul and then fills you with a desire to love others and share its truth with them too. Read how David became a Bible Addict in this week’s Walking Further from Psalm 19.

Pastor Joe

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Facing Future Shock

 

 

 

Years ago, when I was just out of college, there was a best-selling book called Future Shock. It talked about the strains our society would undergo as technology brings our future toward us at a faster pace than ever. I can now say, decades later, that prediction has come true. The future rushes at each of us, Christian or nonbeliever, with intensity every day. No part of that future is more intimidating than the “financial future”. A big part of the worry that dominates our lives is about what may happen with our finances in the days ahead. That’s why the words of Jesus in Luke 12 are so comforting. I encourage you to enjoy the Walking Further Sermon Discussion Notes on Christ’s teachings about the financial future from Luke 12:22 – 28.


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Heart Songs - Part 4

 

 

Ever feel overwhelmed by info in the Internet Revolution? Discover how David exercised quality control in his thought life in this edition of Walking Further

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For me?  Are you serious?

 

 

 

Those are the words that come out of our mouth when someone richly blesses us with a gift, usually a financial one. We can hardly believe how blessed we are to receive their kindness…and we also feel GREAT. But did you also know that the one doing the giving feels just as good about blessing us?


What if I told you that God Himself delights to bless us in our material needs in much the same way….because we are of such value to Him, having been made in His image and purchased out of sin by His precious Son?

It’s true . 

Read on in our Discussion Notes from last Sunday’s message from Luke 12 for all the encouraging details.

Pastor Joe

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