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How Far Should You Let Sin Go?

 

Seems like a dumb question, doesn't it? Any believer knows that the proper Christian answer to that question is, “Not far at all”. But how do we live that out in real life? Aren’t there certain cherished actions or hidden habits that we give exception to all the time, until they have grooved deep places into our secret lives and hollowed out some of our integrity before God? A young David describes this dark pathway in Psalm 19:  what the consequences are of letting sin gain a stronghold within us, and the power that can come when we stand against it early, humbly and by faith. Hope you benefit from these thoughts and more in this edition of Walking Further.

 

Pastor Joe

 

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Justice and Joy in the Darkest of Times

 

Ever wonder how God views the events in mankind's darkest coming hour, the Tribulation? This past week we learned from God's word that that seven year period of time in the future will be characterized by two words: Retribution and Reward. The morally just God that we worship will do what a just God has to do, and punish in final terms the sins of mankind on Earth. It will be a terrible experience for those who have chosen to harden their hearts against Him. But our God of mercy will also hold a heavenly reward ceremony in heaven, even as that terrible judgment is being poured out on Earth below. It will be a ceremony in which all those who are part of His church will be the guests of honor. My friend, if you have opened your heart to the marvelous gift of salvation, you will be at that great reward ceremony in heaven. Read more of what's coming for you in our Discussion Guide highlighting the teaching from God's Word we experienced together this past Sunday.

Pastor Joe

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Readying For The Rapture

 

 

What a great experience it has been to open the Scriptures in recent weeks with you about the Rapture of the Church. It's the next Biblical event in world history, in my opinion. In this edition of Walking Further, join me in revisiting this most encouraging part of the believer’s future!

Pastor Joe

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Got the book?

 

 

 

King David had it all before he had everything. What do I mean? Long before David became a wealthy king, he became a wealthy soul… he came to know the God of the Bible in a personal way that enriched his entire future. How? By encountering God in the Book of God, the Bible. Same encounter is open to you today. Got the Book?

 

Take a look at this past week’s Walking Further to learn more.

 

Pastor Joe