Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Discipline of Remembering

“Remembering God’s past faithfulness helps us trust His future faithfulness (& provision & timing)”

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Community Building & Shared Experiences

Really enjoying Tim Keller’s 7 part sermon series on The Prodigal God. “The more intense an experience, the stronger the bond between a group of people.” -Tim Keller It’s an interesting point about which Keller shared how studies show that … Continue reading

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Why Has God Made You So Rich?

Why has God made you so rich? So that you can be gracious all the time and in every way. God has made it so that (2 Corinthians 9) “God loves a cheerful giver” (2 Corinthians 9:7). This doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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What Area of Influence Has God Assigned You?

In reading through 2 Corinthians 10 today, I was caught by the words “the area of influence God has assigned to us.” In this section of the chapter, the apostle Paul is speaking about how God has established Paul’s authority … Continue reading

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Why Have Sabbath Rest?

To our human understanding, we are inclined to believe that the harder we work, the more successful we’ll be. Apart from God, this makes sense. However, the Sabbath shows our dependence and trust in God, and that only through His empowering … Continue reading

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Randy Alcorn on Money & Finances

I stumbled across some great resources by Randy Alcorn. To my understanding, he’s one of the go-to guys on money, finances, and giving (as well as the topics of Heaven and the New Heavens and New Earth). I’ve benefited a … Continue reading

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Tim Keller: Decisions & God’s Will

Listened to a Tim Keller message today that a friend referred me to. It’s one of the top few resources I’ve heard on the topic of “discerning God’s will” and the truths that God is in control and decides what … Continue reading

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