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    That Was Yesterday

    So Fresh and So Clean // Part 3
    2 Peter 1:8-9

    We often equate spiritual growth and maturity with knowledge, but growing in our faith is really the marriage of application and knowledge. God has called us to love everyone without agenda, and Peter explains that if we fail to develop in that way, we are simply forgetting where He's brought us from.

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    So Fresh and So Clean // Part 2
    2 Peter 1:5-7

    In view of everything from the previous verses (knowing everything we need is already within us… Jesus), our response to this promise should be supplementing our faith with the things listed in the passage. However, this passage seems to build these attributes like a mountain: faith being the foundation, love for all people being the pinnacle. Every item in the list is contingent upon the previous item, sequentially. In other words, you can’t have love for all people if you don’t first have love other believers, and you can’t love other believers if you don’t love like God, and you can’t love like God if you are not patient, and you can’t be patient if you don’t have self-control, and you can’t have self-control if you don’t have knowledge, and you can’t have knowledge if you don’t have moral excellence (striving to do the next right thing), and you can’t have moral excellence without faith. The context says, “In view of all this”, meaning if faith is the foundation, then Jesus is the bedrock on which the foundation has been laid.

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    Holiness Hidden Within

    So Fresh and So Clean // Part 1
    2 Peter 1:3-4

    We've unintentionally been taught a form of holiness and righteousness that is inaccurately dependent upon our performance, which is inconsistent in nature and in contrast to what Peter is portraying to us in this passage. Everything we need to live a fresh and clean life is already within us, and holiness is something we live from, not for.

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    It's Not Over Until It's Over

    Matt Rogers
    Ezekiel 37

    In this sermon, we learn that we have to start prophesying what God said over what we see until what we see looks like what God said. No matter how dark, desolate, and dry your world may seem, it's not over until it's over, and God gets the final say.

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