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Wednesday, July 17, 2013
What does it take to be right with God?  That has been a question throughout the ages.  It certainly doesn’t depend on us, or does it?  Who in the world has the ability or even the authority to claim to be right with God, because of anything we may have done personally?  
We will be examining this question. Paul, under inspiration, gives us an answer.  I hope you want to know for your own sake as well as for the need of others around you.  
I may not have had much spiritual understanding as I was growing-up, but when God was working on me, I did not just take a leap of faith into salvation.  I actually desired and had a level of understanding as to what, and who I was trusting.  God does expect us to trust the truth and there must be a level of understanding what God has done and what He expects from us before we can be saved.  
Pastor Jim
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
‘Being right with God’ is such a large & overwhelming concept, with so many details, that it can be a lifetime study unless we simply glide over the top and have no intention of really understanding it.  A comparable statement would be ‘being healthy medically’!  There are a ton of directions we could go in explaining our perspective & in order for us to understand this concept on every level.  It would take a lifetime of study in doing so, as any medical trained doctor would tell us.  
Likewise, it is important for us to have as clear and detailed understanding of ‘how to be right with God’, in a one or two minute conversation.  In order for us to line-up with ‘what pleases God’ we must have a level of understanding as to what it means to be right with God.  There is nothing in life that is more important than that!  There is nothing in life that has a more far reaching effect on us for all eternity.  
Benjie, of elementary age, was approached by his mom, Carol, in an earnest desire to make sure that Benjie was saved.  After Carol had briefly visited with Benjie about the subject at hand, she said "Benjie, would you like to be saved?"  After a noticeable pause, Benjie rolled his eyes and said, “No, I don’t believe I want the responsibility!”  
Carol’s son, Benjie, whether he knew it or not, was actually expressing more insight into real life than many of us today would like to admit.  This Sunday we will begin evaluating the responsibility involved in ‘being right with God’!  
Pastor Jim
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
We all want and appreciate our liberty & freedom.  However, far too many individuals seem to think these treasurers are automatic and even one of our rights without recognizing that liberty has a price tag that someone must pay.  This reality is true whether it relates to our homes, our country or our spiritual walk.  
Being social creatures, as we are, our interaction with each other at times creates conflicts.  Guidelines must be established to deal with the conflicts and a price must be paid in establishing the guidelines and correct the conflicts. Justice will never occur if the wrongs are never righted.  Liberty depends on the wrongs being righted.  Who paid the price for our liberty?  Unless we spend some time focusing on this very concept we will never learn to appropriately appreciate our liberty.
  Pastor Jim
Thursday, June 27, 2013
HOMESPUN LOVE THAT’S ROOTED IN GOD
A child who has never known the full, real & unconditional love of parents will find it hard to completely trust in the love of God as well.   God has made each one of us to need love.   He himself is & demonstrates ‘agapa’ love; and has told us that love will outlast every other characteristic in life – ‘Love never fails’  
Who of us can really love like that?  Self-sacrificing love that put others first, & is willing to give of themselves for the sake of the other person, without demanding a return on their investment. This is the kind of love it takes to be an above average parent, and can be demonstrated by anyone, if God has first place in a person’s life, sprinkled with a measure of common sense.  
This week we will look at what it means to ‘discipline’; demanding the best without being angry or harsh. 
See you Sunday!  
Pastor Jim
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
This week we will be looking at some of the foundational principles that make a world of difference in our children’s lives. 
There are all kinds of parenting styles and many of them can be healthy and effective.  However, the focus needs to be on principles rather than practice.  Focusing on foundational aspects is far more important than focusing on surface or external outcomes.  What undergirds our parenting styles will determine our parenting practice and the impact it will have on our children.  We dare not ignore the results, but we will never get the right results if we primarily focus on the present outcome rather than the foundation that produced them.
Look forward to seeing you Sunday,
Pastor Jim 
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