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What has the Lord taught you this week? Usually when we are asked that question we pause to consider what we have learned from circumstances in life. The Lord does teach us through events in life, but that is not His primary means of teaching. His main means of teaching is through His Word. If we are not spending time with the Lord in His Word, we severely limit what He can teach us. We can only learn so much from circumstances in life. We will learn God’s truths much more quickly if we will read and study His Word. The psalmist reminds us of the importance of learning from the Lord as he wrote, “Teach me, O LORD, to follow your decrees; then I will keep them to the end.” Psalm 119:33. Notice the link between learning and doing – “teach” and “follow”. James wrote that we are to be doers of the Word and not just hearers. “Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says.” James 1:22. The message this Sunday, which will also be streamed on Facebook Live, will focus on the importance of learning from the Lord. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sunday Morning WorshipJanuary 22, 2023 ... See MoreSee Less
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Spreading rumors is a form of gossip. A rumor is an unconfirmed story or statement. Rumors may or may not contain elements of truth. Rumors may be distortions, exaggerations or untruths. False rumors can seriously damage a person’s reputation. For some people, there is a perverted thrill in hearing a scandalous rumor about someone. Some people thrive on gossip and rumors. They find a warped sense of joy in the faults, flaws and sins of others. In Christian circles, spreading rumors may be disguised as a “prayer request” or a “prayer concern”. Prayer requests are a way that Christians may gossip about others by placing a spiritual spin on it. Prayer requests can be a blessing if shared as a genuine concern for others and truly prayed over. However, at times prayer concerns become a form of gossip and spreading rumors. Beware of spiritualizing gossip and rumors as prayer requests. The message this Sunday, which will also be streamed on Facebook Live, will examine the sinfulness of spreading rumors. ... See MoreSee Less
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