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Sermon Note- “Pain & Purpose”

Series- “Comfort One Another, in Hope” Sermon- “Pain & Purpose” Key Verse[s]: 1 Thessalonians 3:1-13 Corresponding Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eweiq8E7hOI&t=2s Notes Comfort You (The Holy Spirit) 1 Thessalonians 3:3-4 We are ___________ hard times For the Spirit to be considered The ___________, that means that someone is _____________. When we have the Spirit, the Comforter grows us …

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Weed Eating

Mowing. For many, it’s a reality of life in the summer months for many. You mow one Saturday, and then give it a week or two and your yard has returned to its original disheveled state, begging to me trodden again with a mower.  I know, you know what I am talking about.  Sometimes, mowing …

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Safe and Sound

It seems the word of the year has become the word, “safe.” The irony is that here on Earth, nothing is 100% safe. The hymn we’re discussing today assures us of sure safety, being in Christ. The chorus to this song exclaims, “I’ve anchored my soul in the haven of rest. I’ll sail the wide …

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Memory Problems

“Memory is the scribe of the soul” ~ Aristotle Memory.  What comes to mind when you hear the word? Possibly, an unforgettable vacation? For some, it is the moment they and their spouse said, “I do.” For others, this word could carry a sadder weight as you remember the death of a loved one. For …

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Enriching Grace

Enrich[ing]: (1) To make rich or richer especially by the addition or increase of some desirable quality, attribute, or ingredient (2) To add beauty to (3) To enhance the taste of (4) To make (a soil) more fertile (5) To process so as to add or increase the proportion of a desirable ingredient Grace: (1a) …

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What A Day

Eliza Hewitt, a school teacher in Philadelphia (1898), who wanted to reach her students with the Gospel wrote the classic hymn, “When We All Get to Heaven.” The music was written by Emily Wilson, who was also the wife of a Methodist District Superintendent. The anticipation of Heaven has often been described as the oxygen …

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