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Forgiveness is conditional and part of a continuum.
Luke 17:3-4, Ephesians 4:32, Matthew 18:21-22, 1 John 1:8-9
Joseph had been promoted politically to the highest position in the Egyptian government, but his father would promote him to a higher position spiritually – in God’s nation, Israel.
Genesis 46:1-50:26, Genesis 48:1-20
It is a lot easier to forgive someone who has hurt you deeply when you are convinced that they have pondered the gravity of their wrong-doing.
Sometimes forgiveness and restoration can be a long, strenuous process. The damage from deep wrongs cannot be instantly repaired.
As we consider the first Christmas season, we are struck with contrasts that illustrate how God works in His providence and among people.
Luke 2:7, Luke 2:16-19, Matthew 2:1-11
The angel’s announcement was, in a sense, a compacted version of the Gospel message, containing some crucial TRUTHS.
We bring whoever we are with us wherever we go, for better or worse.
God’s providence often involves God bringing people into our lives to test us, to bless us, or to develop us.
Neglecting to regularly thank God is a sin, but thanking Him frequently blesses His Name and blesses our walk with Him.
2 Chronicles 32:24-26, Psalms 103:1-5, Deuteronomy 8:11-20
Though every situation is different, God wants the lost to be found; your burden is not yours alone. This message is to encourage those of us burdened for lost or straying family and dear friends.
Luke 15:1-10, Psalms 139:7-12
Faith in God can help us to adjust and go on when we would be prone to fracture.
If we concern ourselves with only ourselves, and we have no or little concern for how our words or actions impact others, we might get what we deserve.
All of us are viewed by God as either in Adam or in Christ; if we are in Adam, we are doomed to eternal death (separation from God); if we are in Christ, we are destined for eternal life.
Peace with God is nothing to be taken lightly; it took God’s immense sacrificial love to attain, and its effects in our life can be surprising, it includes walking through difficult times.
Abraham was in the position to be the ultimate example for justification by faith for several reasons.