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Genesis 29:1-30 - The Painful Path Of Maturity




General Hospital is the longest running American soap opera. It first aired in 1963. Its remained incredibly popular because it kept viewers on the edge of their seats with risqué dating relationships,marital infidelities and love triangles. Women looking for intrigue or relational mystery tuned in to follow the over-the-top relationships of the Quartermaines and the Spencers. This kind of salivating drama is not just found on daytime television. It happened in the Bible. As an amazing demonstration of God's sovereignty, Genesis shows us how God uses our relational messes as part of his master plan to shape us into the image of Christ.


Genesis 29:1-30 - The Painful Path Of Maturity - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 29:1-30 - The Painful Path Of Maturity - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 29:1-30 - The Painful Path Of Maturity - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 29:1-30 - The Painful Path Of Maturity - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 29:1-30 - The Painful Path Of Maturity - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline?





When the wheels fall off of life, what went wrong? Has God lost control? Is God punishing us for our sin? In this message we learn what is wrong with the prosperity gospel and why suffering is evidence of God's love.

Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Manuscript - PDF
Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Sermon Handout - PDF
Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
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James 1:1-4 - There is Joy in My Trial




Why is life so hard? I thought God loved us? It feels like life became tougher after I came to Jesus. These are questions that, like ghosts, haunt our minds when life is tough. While the trials of life are never easy, James gives us solid answers about why God allows them to come into our life and how we can grow in them. There is a ray of light even in our darkest moments.

James - There is Joy in My Trial - Audio - MP3
James - There is Joy in My Trial - Quicktime and IPhone Audio - M4A
James - There is Joy in My Trial - Manuscript - PDF
James - There is Joy in My Trial- Sermon Handout - PDF
James - There is Joy in My Trial - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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