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Do MORE

Conclusion. God has promised a life that is abundant and overflowing. Every good and perfect gift comes from Him, and He desires to give us more than our lives can contain. God calls us to do good, do right, and do well. He also wants us to do more. Scripture eliminates any excuse we might have to be content with what is already completed.

-1 s2016 JUN 20
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Do MORE

Do WELL

Part 4. Every good and perfect God gives us is something to steward. We take care of what God owns but puts in our possession. If we are faithful with it, our Master promises to reward us and say, "Well done, good and faithful servant." In addition to doing good and doing what is right, we are told to do well. We must use what God has given, but we can't just do enough to get by. God is looking for the best, for He is God. Because of His greatness, we must do well.

-1 s2016 JUN 6
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Do WELL

Do GOOD

Part 2. As we step out to "do" the work of the Kingdom, we find out how God looks for a very specific type of fruit. It isn't apples versus oranges versus bananas. God draws a line and judges the quality of our fruit, which reveals the truth about we who bear it. The first step of doing is to "do good." We have a sense of what we believe is good, but it is based on the feelings of the individual. God has a different idea of what is good, and He direct us to bear good fruit.

-1 s2016 MAY 22
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Do GOOD

Don't Just Sit There

Part 1. On the Day of Pentecost, we celebrate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit for the first time on New Testament believers, and we pray for Him to come anew to our individual lives and our churches. The Holy Spirit was given, not just to have a party once a year, but to help us accomplish our mission. It is an unpopular idea, but we are saved to do, to be about our Father's business. God is looking for a people who aren't just sitting and waiting, but are busy fulfilling good deeds and doing the work of the Kingdom.

-1 s2016 MAY 16
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Don't Just Sit There

8 Seasons We Need God to Remember Us

God has promised to never leave or forsake us, but it doesn't always feel like He is there. We feel forgotten, abandoned, or off of His radar. Did you know it is biblical to ask God to remember you. There are eight people in Scripture who called on God in various seasons of their lives, asking Him to remember us. They aren't super-spiritual or perfect. Yet they are all models for making this specific request to God.

-1 s2016 APR 24
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8 Seasons We Need God to Remember Us

The Only Choice that Matters

Conclusion. The last two chapters of the book of Joshua contain the final words and acts of Joshua for the people of Israel. He assembled two groups to give them clear messages for their future. The choices made on those days would set the tone for that generation of God's people. At the end of this series, we hear God's clear call to make a choice. It sounds strange at the end of the conquest, when victory is already won, but the to choice returns everyday. To keep finding victory and hold on to what God has given us, we have to keep making the right choice.

-1 s2016 APR 17
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The Only Choice that Matters

What are You Waiting for?

Part 11. Even when we recognize the value or benefit of something, holding back. We have questions, doubts, and fears. They keep us from that special something, and they keep us from our personal Promised Land. After defeating thirty-one kings and conquering most of the land, seven Israelite tribes were caught holding back instead of launching forward. The land was divided for them, but God chose who would receive what. Would they rejoice or be disappointed? Would they choose to move forward?

-1 s2016 APR 10
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What are You Waiting for?

Choosing All Instead of Some

Part 10. Joshua was getting old, and his time of leadership coming to a close. Yet God had no desire to leave the people of Israel, nor to leave the conquest incomplete. God's promise to Joshua was the continuance of His Presence and continued victory. The twelve tribes of Israel were about to be given their parcels of land. Some of it was ready for them, but not all of it. God gave them some so they would be encouraged to reach for all. One man stood up against all odds as an example to take what remained.

-1 s2016 APR 3
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Choosing All Instead of Some

4 Reasons Easter Scares Us

Easter is perhaps the greatest day in the history of the world. Those who accept its message recognize it as good news, the Gospel. But not everyone receives the Gospel. Some refuse to believe it, while others try to ignore it. Though Easter brings joy to those who believe, it can also bring fear. If Easter is true, if it really happened as Scripture says it did, there are implications we can't ignore. To say Easter is real is to confess these four statements and live in light of them. Thankfully, we don't have to be afraid. If we face them, if we see them as God wants us to see them, we find ourselves pointed to hope and life.

-1 s2016 MAR 27
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4 Reasons Easter Scares Us

Adding Rest to Our Conquest

Part 9. Following the miracle of the sun standing still, we see Israel marching through the South and the North, defeating kings and armies while taking cities and plunder. It had taken some time, but Israel was finally moving with the momentum of victory. Along the way, we find out how rest is as vital to our victory as battle. Though it seems wrong that sitting still could lead to victory, without rest we set ourselves up for defeat. Here in Joshua 10 and 11, we find three places in the conquest we must learn to rest.

-1 s2016 MAR 7
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Adding Rest to Our Conquest

Latest Episodes

Do MORE

Conclusion. God has promised a life that is abundant and overflowing. Every good and perfect gift comes from Him, and He desires to give us more than our lives can contain. God calls us to do good, do right, and do well. He also wants us to do more. Scripture eliminates any excuse we might have to be content with what is already completed.

-1 s2016 JUN 20
Comments
Do MORE

Do WELL

Part 4. Every good and perfect God gives us is something to steward. We take care of what God owns but puts in our possession. If we are faithful with it, our Master promises to reward us and say, "Well done, good and faithful servant." In addition to doing good and doing what is right, we are told to do well. We must use what God has given, but we can't just do enough to get by. God is looking for the best, for He is God. Because of His greatness, we must do well.

-1 s2016 JUN 6
Comments
Do WELL

Do GOOD

Part 2. As we step out to "do" the work of the Kingdom, we find out how God looks for a very specific type of fruit. It isn't apples versus oranges versus bananas. God draws a line and judges the quality of our fruit, which reveals the truth about we who bear it. The first step of doing is to "do good." We have a sense of what we believe is good, but it is based on the feelings of the individual. God has a different idea of what is good, and He direct us to bear good fruit.

-1 s2016 MAY 22
Comments
Do GOOD

Don't Just Sit There

Part 1. On the Day of Pentecost, we celebrate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit for the first time on New Testament believers, and we pray for Him to come anew to our individual lives and our churches. The Holy Spirit was given, not just to have a party once a year, but to help us accomplish our mission. It is an unpopular idea, but we are saved to do, to be about our Father's business. God is looking for a people who aren't just sitting and waiting, but are busy fulfilling good deeds and doing the work of the Kingdom.

-1 s2016 MAY 16
Comments
Don't Just Sit There

8 Seasons We Need God to Remember Us

God has promised to never leave or forsake us, but it doesn't always feel like He is there. We feel forgotten, abandoned, or off of His radar. Did you know it is biblical to ask God to remember you. There are eight people in Scripture who called on God in various seasons of their lives, asking Him to remember us. They aren't super-spiritual or perfect. Yet they are all models for making this specific request to God.

-1 s2016 APR 24
Comments
8 Seasons We Need God to Remember Us

The Only Choice that Matters

Conclusion. The last two chapters of the book of Joshua contain the final words and acts of Joshua for the people of Israel. He assembled two groups to give them clear messages for their future. The choices made on those days would set the tone for that generation of God's people. At the end of this series, we hear God's clear call to make a choice. It sounds strange at the end of the conquest, when victory is already won, but the to choice returns everyday. To keep finding victory and hold on to what God has given us, we have to keep making the right choice.

-1 s2016 APR 17
Comments
The Only Choice that Matters

What are You Waiting for?

Part 11. Even when we recognize the value or benefit of something, holding back. We have questions, doubts, and fears. They keep us from that special something, and they keep us from our personal Promised Land. After defeating thirty-one kings and conquering most of the land, seven Israelite tribes were caught holding back instead of launching forward. The land was divided for them, but God chose who would receive what. Would they rejoice or be disappointed? Would they choose to move forward?

-1 s2016 APR 10
Comments
What are You Waiting for?

Choosing All Instead of Some

Part 10. Joshua was getting old, and his time of leadership coming to a close. Yet God had no desire to leave the people of Israel, nor to leave the conquest incomplete. God's promise to Joshua was the continuance of His Presence and continued victory. The twelve tribes of Israel were about to be given their parcels of land. Some of it was ready for them, but not all of it. God gave them some so they would be encouraged to reach for all. One man stood up against all odds as an example to take what remained.

-1 s2016 APR 3
Comments
Choosing All Instead of Some

4 Reasons Easter Scares Us

Easter is perhaps the greatest day in the history of the world. Those who accept its message recognize it as good news, the Gospel. But not everyone receives the Gospel. Some refuse to believe it, while others try to ignore it. Though Easter brings joy to those who believe, it can also bring fear. If Easter is true, if it really happened as Scripture says it did, there are implications we can't ignore. To say Easter is real is to confess these four statements and live in light of them. Thankfully, we don't have to be afraid. If we face them, if we see them as God wants us to see them, we find ourselves pointed to hope and life.

-1 s2016 MAR 27
Comments
4 Reasons Easter Scares Us

Adding Rest to Our Conquest

Part 9. Following the miracle of the sun standing still, we see Israel marching through the South and the North, defeating kings and armies while taking cities and plunder. It had taken some time, but Israel was finally moving with the momentum of victory. Along the way, we find out how rest is as vital to our victory as battle. Though it seems wrong that sitting still could lead to victory, without rest we set ourselves up for defeat. Here in Joshua 10 and 11, we find three places in the conquest we must learn to rest.

-1 s2016 MAR 7
Comments
Adding Rest to Our Conquest
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