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Sermon Devotional Downloads:



Where Are the Wise?
Wisdom is revealed in knowing Jesus as Lord.

Homework:

Read - 1 Samuel 25-27
Memorize - 1 Samuel 24:12
Apply - Resist the temptation to take matters into your own hands whenever God seems to be moving too slowly in response of a situation by applying the knowledge that God alone is sovereign. Remain calm in circumstances that cause you to feel taken advantage of by another person by applying the knowledge that God is the One who avenges. Remember passages of Scripture or accounts of how Jesus handled difficult situations by applying the knowledge that all Scripture is useful to equip the child of God for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17).
 
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Where Were You?
Satisfaction with unanswered questions shows trust.

Homework:

Read - John 1; Colossians 1; 1 John 1
Memorize - John 1:3
Apply Trust God to deal with the things in your life that you see as bleak at best and hopeless at worst. Begin by remembering God is the only One who can change your heart and the hearts of others. Be comforted by the fact the Lord is always seeking to reveal His power and strength in the darkest moments of life to those who desire His will. Be faithful in reading Scripture, prayer, and service in spite of any feelings that cause you to think God has failed to watch over you. Remember to apply 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 in each day.
 
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Where Is Your Faith?
True faith is visible in times of desperation.

Homework:

Read - Nehemiah 4-6
Memorize - Nehemiah 616
Apply - Those who seek Godís approval and glory are those who serve Him in quiet confidence. Praise God for the ability He has provided to accomplish things whenever no one else notices what you have done, or when you feel underappreciated. Encourage others in their successes and offer assistance in their failures. Direct the praise of others for things you have done to God who has given you the time, energy, and resources to complete them. Look for ways to bless others anonymously each day.
 
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Where Does God Meet You?
God settles disputes His people bring before Him.

Homework:

Read - Luke 4-6
Memorize - Luke 5:16
Apply - There needs to be a special place set aside where people intentionally meet with God. A person can have one or more places where they meet with God with others for instance in a sanctuary. This is beneficial, but a place set aside for just you and God must be established. This can be a specific geographical location or simply a type of place or specific time of day. Wherever the place is or the time, meeting with God daily is of the utmost importance for the child of God. If you do not have a time or place to meet with God, find one and go there regularly. Have questions about what to do when meeting with God? See one of the pastors for suggestions or advice.
 
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