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Restore: My Virgin Israel

After years and years of their unfaithfulness, and his pleading for them to repent, the Lord shows how far he will go to bring his people back, and how eager he is to restore them in full. Scripture: Jeremiah 2:20-25, Jeremiah 31:3-4

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Restore

Jesus knew what it was to be attacked, and he knew how much more it hurt when it was personal. The people he loved most failed fantastically to love him well in return. Each time he forgave (which is remarkable), but he didn’t stop there. Scripture: Romans 5:1-2

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Vision

A strange and often overlooked prophetic vision, demonstrates the beauty of God’s advancing kingdom, and illuminates our role in seeing in restoration in the driest and lowest places. Scripture: Ezekiel 47:1-12

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What I Like About Jesus: Truth and Tears

We all generally fall into one of two temperaments: fixers and feelers. Our natural bent really shows up when we’re with people who are hurting and works FOR or AGAINST us. But Jesus was able to respond to people with balance. He was equally interested in the ministry of truth and the ministry of tears. […]

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Why I Like Jesus: John 6

Jesus can make a way when there seems to be no way. God has a track record of meeting needs in ways that no one could ever have asked or imagined. Because of that, our faith should be strong whenever we face our next hurdle. However, because God’s people have always struggled with spiritual amnesia, […]