“If [the enemy] can get among Christians and get them upset with one another—I think that’s about his favorite thing to do. He wants to divide and to cause problems with God’s people. And of course God desires the opposite: He wants us to come together and unite, and to love one another, and to care for one another like family. So we’re going to look a little bit today about what the Word has to say about that.”
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“God alone is our help. That’s something that very few people have gotten hold of. We think that family is our help; we think the banker is our help; we think the boss man is our help; but in reality, God is our help.”
Pastor JoAnn reads through Romans 7–8 to encourage all that there is no condemnation for those who love the Lord.
“He will cut you free from this body of death. Pretty graphic, right? But that next verse—thanks be to God; Jesus has done that. He’s cut us free from that death thing. He’s cut us free from that. We’ve been translated from darkness into the kingdom of light. He has cut us free!
“Now, the enemy wants to continually remind you of that dead guy that used to be you. He wants you thinking about that, instead of what Christ has done for you (He has set you free from all that). That’s what leads up to these famous scriptures in Chapter 8: There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death.”
Guest speaker Peggy Sue Nix discusses the role love plays in the life of a Christian. Does your relationship with Jesus feel weak? Have you let fear quell your love for the Lord? Peggy challenges us all to a closer relationship with the Lord.