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    Resurrecting

    Song & Story // Part 6
    John 20 & 21

    After Jesus resurrection, we see Him stick around for a while. It makes sense to watch what He was doing, because it was very intentional and significant. What did He do?He comforted their hearts, He completed their promise, He commissioned their authority, He confronted their doubts, He celebrated their friendship, He conveyed their mission, He cued their confidence, and He chose their story.

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    Fullness

    Song & Story // Part 5
    Genesis 1:1-5, Joel 2:28-29, John 14:16-20, Acts 1:8, Acts 2:1-12

    The Holy Spirit’s arrival on the Day of Pentecost was fulfillment of the prophecy of the prophet Joel, where God would pour His Spirit out on all people, young and old, men and women, slave and free. The Spirit came so that all of humanity could have a place at the table and purpose in God’s work. When He came, he came like “tongues of fire” and enabled the people to speak in real languages they had never learned so that people who spoke those other languages could hear the Good News about Jesus. The Spirit give us power to be a witness of the good things God has done!

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    Oceans

    Song & Story // Part 4
    Matthew 14:22-32

    Focusing on the actual event of Peter getting out the boat and onto the water, sinking, and walking back with Jesus, we learn that nothing great is ever accomplished in the boat. All great adventures are “in oceans deep, where feet may fail”, and when we do fail, Jesus is there to immediately pick us back up. It’s true that we need to dream bigger dreams, pray bigger prayers, and risk everything in order to accomplish something worthwhile. We will never accomplish anything bigger than our own abilities if we never reach beyond them into the “the great unknown” with God. 

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    Yahweh

    Song & Story // Part 3
    Exodus 3:10-14

    YHWH (Yahweh) is the Hebrew word that God introduced Himself as to Moses, stating Himself to be I AM. Those two words will change your life. We all have insecurities about who we are and what God wants to do through us, but everything that we lack, God proves Himself to be. His strength is made perfect in our weakness. He is who I am not; therefore, I am.

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