Focus

The lens that we view life through can easily get out of focus, this is a series about the vision and direction of our lives

Look Up

Psalm 24 tells us to look up and be lifted up. Our lives can very easily become consumed with ourselves, but REAL life begins as we look up.

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Restless Soul Syndrome

Everyone suffers from the same disorder, restless soul syndrome. We all have this deep uneasiness and unrest that causes us to constantly try and adjust our lives in order to finally sit still.

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Divine Apathy

Life is full of stress, frustration, disappointment and anxiety, but 1 Peter 5:7 tells us that we can cast all our cares and anxiety on Him because He cares for us. As we cast our cares on Him, what are we left with?

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Thankful

It's pretty easy to spend the majority of our time and energy focused on what we lack, what we want and where we'd rather be. During this Thanksgiving message, we talk about what being thankful is really all about, not just positive thinking, but realizing that in Him, we have everything!

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Don’t Go Back

A journey through Galatians 5, where Paul is urging us to never go back to the yoke of slavery...we're free, don't go back!

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The Rescued

The common view of Christianity is that our rescue is a one time event and then we move into the role of rescuer. The truth is that we are perpetually the rescued. Like Peter walking on the water, our security isn't our circumstances, it's not ourselves, it's Christ alone...we can trust Him.

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What the World Needs Now

Jesus introduced a new command in John 13, it wasn't to be right or prove others wrong, it was to love. If love is the point, anything that impedes love is antithetical to our very purpose and calling on planet earth.

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I desire compassion and not sacrifice

Most of what we hear from the Christian church is the priority of doing, making sacrifices and pleasing God with our performance. Jesus flips the script when He lays out a completely different priority, a desire for compassion instead of sacrifice.

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No Longer I

Paul's statement in Galatians 2:20 that "it's no longer I who live, but Christ" is frequently quoted, because it sounds poetic and it sounds right. What's overlooked is the frustrating truth that is being introduced here, that it's no longer about our favorite subject, ourself.

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The right currency

Humanity tends to place all their confidence in the flesh, in what we can do for ourselves. There is a greater currency, what Christ has done for us.

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Effortless

There is nothing in life that is more exhausting than an endless attempt to prove ourselves. We are free from the slavery of self-justification because we are already completely justified in Christ.

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No Condemnation

Jesus is NOT just a role model, He’s our replacement…“you have died and your life is hidden with Christ in God” -Colossians 3. The reminder when we mess up is: “Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus”

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Fix Your eyes

In Romans 8, Paul explains that something a simple as our focus is life and death. He lays out the 2 focuses/emphasis of our lives, a focus on the flesh vs. a focus on the spirit.

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