Having finished our Fiddler on the Roof production, as a church we might wonder, "What now?" Past the wonderful acting, the sets, the dance numbers and music, we are left with the impact of a simple phrase, “May God be with you...”
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The Spirits of Pride and Poverty are traps found on opposite sides of the provision in our lives. They are both focused on things rather than focused on God.
Do we know God?
It seems like an obvious question with an equally obvious answer, but as I begin to reflect on my own life I am forced to genuinely ask what it means to “know God.”
Amanda Gregory writes on her transition to motherhood as our GLM guest blogger.
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I sat in Church this past Sunday as Pastor Marty began to preach on how deeply we need the fear of God. Wanting to understand the idea of “shock and awe fear of God” as Pastor Marty expressed, I began to think of times when I felt true fear.
Then I remembered one of the times I almost got killed in the mountains...
Over the past two Sundays, Pastor Marty talked about how the signature of Jesus in our lives is purity. And while this covers many areas of our lives, (like purity of faith or purity of relationships), what struck me the most was when Pastor Marty addressed the purity of our thinking.