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Today we close out our audacious series with learinging how to Pray Agreeing.
Happy Mothers Day!
In the series we are are now employed we're highlighting prayer not simply communication with God, which is how Audacious Peayer communicates out trust in Him; and iut place as one of His own.
We started a series that goes well with the one we just came off called “God’s Relentless Pursuit”. What we find is that in God’s relentless pursuit, He now uses our relationship with Jesus to pray and minister to others as part of His pursuit. In this series we’re highlighting *prayer not simply as communication with God, which it is, but more how. Audacious Prayer communicates our trust in Him, His Will, and our place as one of His own. Steven Furtick: If you're not daring to believe God for the impossible... you're sleeping through some of the best *parts of your Christian life…Audacity is trusting God for what seems impossible. Luke 9:1-2 (ESV) he called the twelve together and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases, and he sent them out to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal. In our second *look at audacious prayer we’ll see that Jesus modeled how to. Pray with Authority.
The begining to a new series named Audacious Prayer. God is forming us and has everything to do with what happens in are everyday lives.
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This morning we are completing our look at. God’s relentless pursuit of us. Hopefully at our Easter celebration you recognized this pursuit of God in the Death and Resurrection of Jesus. For those who have received Him into their lives my prayer is that we have experienced God’s Relentless Forgiveness and His Relentless Faithfulness as evidence of *His Relentless Love. And today we’ll find, in His pursuit, God is about.Relentless Formation.
A very, very Good Easter Morning to you all. A day we rightly celebrate the most significant event in all of human history and that of Creation itself. . . The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, The Messiah of God, from the dead
We are on a Journey together using the London eye aka the Observing Wheel. This wheel is commonly used to descibe the letter to the Ephesians in the Bible. Paul directs our attention so that we might see the building God is constructing.
We are on a journey together and as an illustration of this journey we’re using what is *known as the, “London Eye”. It’s what the designers like to call an “observation wheel”. Having 32 air conditioned capsules that holds 25 people each who can sit or walk around as they go on a 30 minute journey. Home Group (where/when) N.T. Wright uses this wheel to describe the Letter to the Ephesians in the Bible. It’s not the longest letter but its purpose is to give us, as *our series is called, a spectacular view. Over these past few weeks we’ve seen how Paul has taken us from an overall view to focusing in on this building God is building, its construction and purpose. Today Paul begins to get more defined by focusing in on those who make up this *building and invites us to check out these people!