Choosing to Love

Choosing to Love Deuteronomy 30:11-20 John 14:15-24 In our world today, we seem to have bought-in to the false narrative that love is accidental (that we can’t control it), that it’s something that just happens to us. After all, “you love who you love” - right? In fact, even the way we speak, many times... the language we use... implies the perceived accidental nature of love. We say, “I fell in love,” as if love is some kind of a ditch... an unavoidable pot-hole. It’s like I’m walking along one day and - wham! - I fell in love. I couldn’t help myself. But the truth is, biblically speaking, that’s not love. It is a word that starts with “L” (lust)... but it’s not love. Love doesn’t just a

Enough is Enough

“Enough is Enough” Numbers 11:1-6; 18-20 John 6:25-35 The word ENOUGH has dual meanings for us today. When we think of “enough” we often think of “plenty” - as in our plate is full... our bellies are filled... we have enough! But... sometimes when we say “enough” - we’re saying we’re done... finished. We’re through! We’re up to our ears, and we say, “enough.” Or even, enough is enough! When that happens, we sometimes feel guilty... or ashamed that we let our emotions erupt... or we let our circumstances get the best of us. But we’re in pretty good company: because it even happened to Jesus. If you remember, Jesus “erupted” in the Temple, when we saw God’s House - which was intended to be u


Christ-like-ness Ephesians 4:29-5:2 2 Corinthians 4:7-18 Matthew 5:38-48 Last Sunday, we talked about how our character is basically the sum of our habits; it’s how we habitually act - our character is built on what we do - not what we say we do - and our true character comes out... it’s what we revert to... when faced with stress and anxiety. Of course, we heard God’s Word tells us to “Put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness” (Ephesians 4:24 NIV). We’re called to replace our natural character... with the Character of Christ... the goal being, to replace our ways, thoughts and tendencies... with those of Christ. And to that end... God uses three basi

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