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Do you See What I See?

II Kings 6:8-23

December 15, 2021 • 2 Kings 6:8–23, Proverbs 25:21–22, Psalm 18:35

When the Syrians we surrounding Isreal in II Kings and it looked bleak, Elisha wasn't worried because he could see how God was protecting. Elisha's servant was worried, but Elisha prayed that he could SEE... Are you able to SEE how Gog is working? Has he opened the eyes of your heart?

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Just say “NO to “ONO”

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Beware of those who invite you to be their friend, it may actually be an invitation to the valley of O No.

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Jesus loves the city of Jerusalem. Nehemiah dedicated the wall to God with praise and worship. However, Nehemiah had to clean house from those who were corrupting it. In order to have the joy, you have to make sure your temple is clean. There will be a day of no more sin and darkness, and we will be made pure as we rejoice in the New Jerusalem with the light of the Lord shining upon us.

Restoration | Revival | Rededication

April 20, 2022 • Nehemiah 8—10, Romans 12:1–2

The joy of the Lord is our strength. We are called to offer up our bodies as a living sacrifice holy and acceptable to God and not conform to the world. Like Israel, we gather together as one body to rejoice and worship our Lord. Take time to separate from the world and find quiet time with God. He restores, He revives, and we rededicate ourselves to Him.