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November 11, 2012 • Mike Smith
Worshipping Together
1 Corinthians 11:3-22
Responding to God's revelation in a manner that is pleasing to Him involves service and surrender.
November 4, 2012 • Mike Smith
Feed My Sheep
John 21:15-22
Christ centered men and women should have a desire to serve others.
October 28, 2012 • Mike Smith
Deceit

When we practice deceit we become blind to our hypocrisy.
October 21, 2012 • Mike Smith
Hypocricy
Luke 11:37–44
It is the Christ-centered believer's responsibility to be genuine with everyone they meet.
October 14, 2012 • Mike Smith
Pride
Luke 18:9-14
The Christ centered believer seeks to reflect the image of Christ.
October 7, 2012 • Mike Smith
One Nation Under God?
Ephesians 2:19
Christ centered men and women are responsible to God for every decision they make.
September 30, 2012 • Mike Smith
Be Thankful
Luke 17:11-19
Gratitude grows in the life of the Christ centered believer as he understands more of what God has done for him in Jesus Christ!
September 23, 2012 • Mike Smith
I’m Enough! – The Vanity of Not Depending on God
Ecclesiastes 5:1-20
What are you depending on to make you happy? Is it wealth? How about power or prestige? Is it a certain relationship or relationships? The author of Ecclesiastes reminds us that the pursuit of anything the world values will eventually prove to be meaningless. Christ-centered men and women find purpose for existence in Christ's love and provision.
September 16, 2012 • Mike Smith
I’m Popular Enough! – The Vanity of Seeking Approval
Ecclesiastes 4:1-6, 4:9-12
Do you often worry about what people think of you? Do you find yourself seeking to know the "right" people? Are you tired of keeping up with the Jones’s? The author of Ecclesiastes reminds us that even the popular and most powerful people can be discontent, and worse still, tempted to look down on others. Christ-centered men and women find self worth in God’s love above in any other relationship.
September 9, 2012 • Mike Smith
I’m Rich Enough! – The Vanity of Toil
Ecclesiastes 2:18-26, 3:9-15
More! More! More! Does it seem that the more money you make the more stuff you need? Do you constantly think of the things you could have or do if you just made (or had) more money? The author of Ecclesiastes reminds us that even the richest and most powerful people can be discontent. Christ-centered men and women find wealth in God's provision for their emotional and spiritual well-being as well as His provision for life's physical needs.
 
 
 
 

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