November 24

John 15:11 These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full.  Jesus is the beginning of Joy, a peace that you don’t understand, an ability to stand in the storm, and understanding that no matter what you are going through God is still in control, still on the throne, and still on your side.  Joy found in Jesus comes from a direct result of time spent with Him!  Below are the keys to time spent with Jesus.

How to spent time with Jesus?
1. Set a time.
2. Pick a place.
3. Show up consistently.

What do I do with that time with God?
1. Worship Him in song.
2. Talk to Him in prayer.
3. Hear from Him and learn from Him through reading and applying His Word to your life and current situation.

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November 17

Sunday our message was entitled Freedom Through Contentment.  Pastor Terry walked through Philippians 4:10-20, an outline of what it means to be content in Jesus’ provision.  The first key to contentment is found in verse 10 in which Paul chooses to think the best of the people rather than assume that they had forgotten about him.  The second key is found in verse 11, manage your expectations.  Step three is to know who the true provider is, found in verse 13.  Four is to realize that true receiving comes from giving, found in verses 14- 17.  Finally, the fifth step is to understand that through Jesus we truly have all that we need, verses 18-20. When we find contentment in the provider that is Jesus Christ we are able to withstand any circumstance, good or bad.

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November 10

Pastor Case did an interactive sermon, integrating his message into the time of worship, also encouraging testimonies, and listening to and waiting on God.


He started with Hebrews 4:11 which tells us to "be diligent to enter" the rest of God - a rest that includes hearing the voice of God and walking in it.  We have to work to rest (Pastor Terry shared that also last week).  What does that rest look like?  It is a quieting of self and taking captive those thoughts that are not of God.  Worship is a part of the way we "diligently" enter that rest.  We focus on God intently.


Pastor also shared about developing this rest into "forceful living."  We need to learn to guard ourselves and the peace God gives.  When things come that would take us out of a place of peace or joy, we have to recognize those spiritual attacks and learn to stand firmly in the place of rest (connectedness, partnership) with God.

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November 3

God has set up a system that is both a gift and a command.  The command is found in Exodus 20:89-11 and was set up to meet your needs (Mark 2:27).  This gift is called rest and it only comes from time set aside with Jesus (Matthew 11:28-30).  This gift require stillness (Psalm 46:10) and this gift requires work.  The idea of working at rest sounds foreign.  However, in our current culture is very difficult to unplug from society, keep our minds focused on prayer and stillness, and to do so for an extended amount of time.  God wants you to find rest in Him, once that is accomplished it changes your mindset on everything.  You find that you are able to overcome situations and obstacles that otherwise cause stress.  Be challenged to set aside a day away from social media, distractions, and your normal work.  You will be amazed at how different the other six days feel when you rest on your Sabbath.   

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