Live Life with God (That Jesus Life #2)

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Live Life with God (That Jesus Life #2)

Through prayer we realize that we have access to the Living God. He's close, and He's kind. He's with us, forever and always, good or bad, even now. An awareness of that will change the way we think of all our moments, from fantastic to terrible to mundane. Whatever happens—the Spirit of Jesus is with us.

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A Life Proclaiming Jesus (All In #2)

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A Life Proclaiming Jesus (All In #2)

When we follow Jesus' lead in our everyday lives, listening to Him and obeying Him at work, at school, at home, and everywhere else, we have countless opportunities to proclaim His goodness. He's real. He's good. He's at work, even now—and we can join His work by testifying to what we already see every day.

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The Empire of the Spirit (Empire of Grace #5)

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The Empire of the Spirit (Empire of Grace #5)

After being crucified and resurrected, Jesus continued teaching His followers about His coming empire. He told them to wait for it, wait for it. And then it happened. The Holy Spirit came. God's power was made available to Jesus' followers just like it had been to Jesus. And all of this was because Jesus has been enthroned at God's right hand.

He will come again in glory. Until then, we wait, and we testify to the reality of His empire.

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God's Mind-Blowing Love (Radiant #4)

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God's Mind-Blowing Love (Radiant #4)

The kind of church God is building includes people from every family on earth—every tribe, every nation, every people group, every language, every race, every socioeconomic status, every class, every political persuasion, and everything else. Yet in preaching a gospel that could include all these kinds of people the early church faced enormous opposition and even physical violence.

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The Church: God's Plan for the World (Radiant #3)

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The Church: God's Plan for the World (Radiant #3)

Jesus stepped down into the world and laid down His life for the church--to form a community of people united together in Him. The church is at the very heart of the gospel. It is God's plan for the world, and there is no Plan B. We can see how beautiful and powerful this is when we start living like we need each other.

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There is no Them (Radiant #2)

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There is no Them (Radiant #2)

The church is beautiful to Jesus in part because it's the place of reconciliation. We all have peace and unity with each other because of the blood of Jesus, whether Jew or Gentile, white or any shade of brown, or anything else. This week we saw that this is theologically true, and we also saw how this played out in real life for the earliest church.

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The Radiant Bride of Christ

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The Radiant Bride of Christ

The church is so valuable to Jesus that He gave Himself up for it. He feeds it. He cares for it. He's transforming it into His radiant bride by removing all impurities and cleaning her up. And He even designed marriage from the beginning to reflect the relationship He'd eventually have with it.

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He’s Right: So You Should Abandon Everything for Jesus in 2016 (Abandon #1)

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He’s Right: So You Should Abandon Everything for Jesus in 2016 (Abandon #1)

When we realize that Jesus is right—right logically, right experientially, and right implicationally—we’ll joyfully abandon all other things for the sake of His kingdom. Would you pray with us that we’d all realize Jesus is right?

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Just Like Jesus (Acts 9:32-43)

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Peter makes a paralyzed man able to walk again, like Jesus did. To top that, he then raised a woman from the dead, just like Jesus did (Mark 5:35-43; Luke 8:49-56). Tabitha is called a "disciple" and she was known for how she served others, just like Jesus.

The “gospel” that Jesus proclaimed was a call to follow Him. Not just to receive certain benefits from Him, but to actually receive Him. This is what the earliest Christians seemed to hear from Jesus, because they did anything they could to follow Him - to know Him and learn from Him and actually become like Him.

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