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Newsletter-When You Have Lost Your Cutting Edge

Elisha had charge over a group of young prophets, and they came and told him the place they were meeting was too small and that they needed to build a larger one. As they were building, an ax head that one of the prophets had borrowed fell into the Jordan River. Elisha threw a wooden stick into the river in the exact spot where the ax head had sunk, and by the power of God, the heavy iron floated to the surface. Elisha made the young student personally take the ax head out of the water.
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Newsletter-False Humility

False Humility

Moses said to God, “Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt?” – Exodus 3:11
One of the lessons God had been teaching Moses for a long time is the lesson of humility. It came in an especially clear way when Moses tried to rescue Israel on his own and got himself chased out of Egypt (see Exodus 2:11-15). It also came through forty years of tending sheep in Midian-a life far different from the one Moses probably envisioned for himself when he was living in the house of Pharaoh!
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“The Lord saw how bad the sins of everyone on earth had become. They only thought about evil things. The Lord was very sad that he had made human beings on the earth. His heart was filled with pain.” Genesis 6:5-6 NIV
It could be easy to think that we are living in that same evil today. I am sure that the anger and violence in our world does hurt God’s heart, but in Genesis 6, God is actually talking about a time long, long ago. A time where people turned against one another and everyone had turned their back on God. Everyone except one man.
“Here is the story of Noah’s family line. Noah was a godly man. He was without blame among the people of his time. He walked faithfully with God. Noah had three sons. Their names were Shem, Ham and Japheth. The earth was very sinful in God’s eyes. It was full of people who did mean and harmful things. God saw how sinful the earth had become. All its people were living very sinful lives. So God said to Noah, “I am going to put an end to everyone. They have filled the earth with their harmful acts. I am certainly going to destroy them and the earth. So make yourself an ark out of cypress wood. Make rooms in it. Cover it with tar inside and out.” Genesis 6:9-14 NIV
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Financial Peace University


Starting Sunday, February 12th at 6:00 p.m. Dennis Horst will be teaching The Financial Peace University Class. There will be a sign up sheet at the information desk. If you have any questions please see Dennis.

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Newsletter-Messy Love

Messy Love
“But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
Most of us can remember a time as children when our parents told us to clean up before dinner. We may have been having company over or simply too dirty from playing to sit at a clean table! But this idea that we need to be presentable gets engrained in us as we grow up, and continues to sink its roots deeper within us. Some high schoolers spend hours in the morning picking out the perfect outfits, applying make-up and straightening hair, or making sure their hats are tilted just like Justin Bieber’s.
We work so hard to present ourselves with a certain image, and it often becomes an obsession. Unfortunately, this doesn’t end in high school or even college. In fact, as we age it frequently gets worse. We move into buying homes, cars and jet skis that we can’t afford simply to impress our neighbors and ourselves.
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