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The most important commandment God gave us is to love Him with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. In this series, “Getting To Know Him,” we are taught that the extent of our worship is determined by the amount of love we have for God. This is key, because through worship is how we get to know God on deeper levels. If we aren’t continually seeking a more fulfilling relationship with God, our worship will diminish, and we will ultimately forget about who God really is.
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I have had the spirit of prophecy on me and I want this church to know that God is moving us to a different level. He wants to revolutionize our thinking and bring us to a place in Him that we have never been. If we will follow Him in this Journey, He will give us whatever we ask. Since we began our 40 days of fasting, there has been something that he wants to show us, so we must keep seeking Him. Prayer & Fasting is the key! [ read more...]Matthew 7:22-23
I preached Sunday night on the book of John chapter 4 where the Woman at the well met Jesus. It was at the well that Jesus offered her a revelation of who He was. God is saying to this church, “Know Me More! Seek Me for Me! If you will do that, I will give you what you desire.” The revelation He gave to the woman of Samaria, is the same revelation He is wanting to give to us. He wants to reveal Himself to this church. He wants to reveal Himself to this community. He wants to reveal Himself to the sinner that walks through those doors. He wants to reveal Himself to those who are willing to seek Him. [ read more...]Luke 19:5-10
Getting to know Jesus sometimes takes us out of what we know and can trust to something that becomes unfamiliar. Zacchaeus was a chief among the publicans, which lets us know that he was very proud. He was a rich man with rich friends and he had an image to keep. [ read more...]
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