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STRENGTHEN YOUR CONGREGATION - SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES Ľ
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The Bible never teaches us to say "I'm sorry". Why not? What is so wrong with saying that simply phrase when you've hurt someone?
Scripture: Matthew 6:9-6:15
Shared: 1/25/2015
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Blenders are designed to take independent foods and integrate them to create something new, bigger and better than any one item could be on its own. What a housewife does in a kitchen when she mixes the batter for a cake, God does with the Universe.
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Shared: 1/22/2015
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Some romance, some violence, a lot of action and has a plot that contains more twists than Downton Abbey. The main characteristics of the story of Esther in one word is REVERSAL...
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: Esther 1:1-1:21
Shared: 1/22/2015
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To be amazed is not the same as being converted.
Scripture: Mark 1:21-1:28
Shared: 1/22/2015
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Years for Mordecai brave act and no medal. No promotion. Not a single word of appreciation. “God, I am depressed. I did such a good thing for the king sake, I’ve risked my career, my life, but no one cares. I quit my job/faith". Know this feeling?
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: Esther 5:1-6:14
Shared: 1/22/2015
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Many who encountered Jesus found it impossible to remain neutral about Him. Today everyone has their own idea about Jesus. Some of these ideas are based on what others have said and some of them are their own thoughts. What is your public stand on Jesus?
Scripture: John 7:40-7:46
Shared: 1/21/2015
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Vashti reminds us that in a world of money, sex, power, and applause, the foundation of true greatness is moral integrity. But when you run against the kings of our world, when you stand for what is right, history will never be the same.
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: Esther 1:1-1:22
Shared: 1/22/2015
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The analysis of humility in Luke 14:7-11 teaches us the necessity of humility.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Luke 14:7-14:11
Shared: 1/23/2015
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There are 4 major lessons we learn from Esther: 1. God has a plan for your life. 2. Satan has a plan for your life. 3. You have a choice. 4. God has the answer.
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: Esther 3:1-3:15
Shared: 1/22/2015
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For a while everything looks fine. Job, family, TV, money... Until one day when the life fragile balance is going to be disrupted by one of the same gods we used to worship during the week… Bam! a crisis around worship. Who/what is going to be my savior
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: Esther 4:1-4:14
Shared: 1/22/2015