'Replenished' Study Guides

Replenished Study Guide - Attachment Mat

This first sermon in the Replenished series focuses on why attachment to God is so important, and what to do if that attachment has grown weak.

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During Jesus’ ministry He encountered many who were more interested in the mechanics of a religious life and external behaviour, than a change of heart. 

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God doesn’t want us to wait until the consequences of our decisions kick in.

He would rather we think about the consequences when we make our choices

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Today is a day of Celebration.

 

A celebration of the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus.

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The parable of the sower is about the condition of peoples hearts. Only those with good soil (heart) will be able to bear fruit for the Kingdom of God.

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In this sermon we explore Luke 15 and the 3 Parables within it that reveal God’s heart about recovery, restoration and celebration. 

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We rationalise away our own guilt but not that of others.

 

We WILL be Replenished as we stop trying to be God!

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Growing our faith starts with a first step, but requires many more after the initial step is taken.

 

We are replenished when we live by faith

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The parable of the sower is about the condition of peoples hearts. Only those with good soil (heart) will be able to bear fruit for the Kingdom of God.

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In this sermon we explore Luke 15 and the 3 Parables within it that reveal God’s heart about recovery, restoration and celebration. 

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In Matthew 24 and 25 Jesus speaks about His second coming and brings a warning about how we should live our lives. Is your life invested in His Kingdom purposes?

 

 

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We can become so focussed on worldly prioroties that we shut God out of our lives.. This causes us to lose perspective of the Kingdom of God and its values.