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Willing To Sacrifice

Class Teacher ~ Bonnie Rogers Adults Class for Sunday Nov 17, 2019

1 Corinthians 9:20

The Apostle Paul was willing to hold onto nothing in order to win others to Jesus. As Jesus did, the Apostle Paul related to people where they were without condemnation. How about you? Do you expect people to conform to your precepts or are you willing to meet them where they are in order to win them to Jesus? I hope to see you in Sunday School at 10:00 A.M..

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Sunday School
Christian Doctrine God (Part 2) Attributes:

Class Teacher ~ Stephanie Booth Juniors Class for Sunday Nov 17, 2019

Who Is He? God Is Living and He Is a Person ➢ What Does This Mean? • God is alive. By His nature, He is a living God. Thus, as Creator, He is the giver of all life. • God is a person. God is not a “force” or “energy” in our Universe, but rather a person who can commu- nicate intellectually and personally with mankind. ➢ Where Do We See This in Scripture? • He is called the “living God” (Ps. 42:2; Jer. 10:10; I Tim. 4:10). • The living God is contrasted with dead idols (Ps. 115:3-9; Acts 14:15; I Thess. 1:9). • He is the source and sustainer of all life (Ps. 36:9; 54:4; 104:27-30; John 5:26). • He has all the components of personality: intellect (Ex. 3:7; Acts 15:18) and sensibility (Ps. 103:8-14); the ability to grieve and repent (Gen 6:6); the ability to have anger (Deut. 1:37), jealousy (Ex. 20:5) and compassion (Ps. 111:4); etc. ➢ What Does This Mean for Me?  God is our Creator, the One who gave us life. With- out Him we would not even exist. He has given us physical life (Gen 2:7), and we must turn to Him for spiritual and eternal life as well (John 5:24).  God’s power over life enables Him to sustain life. The life we have, both physical and eternal, is securely in His hands (Matt. 6:31-33; John 10:27- 29).  God is a personal God who desires to have a personal relationship with each one of us. For this reason, God loves us, sent His Son to redeem us (Rom. 5:8), and calls us to love Him with all of our heart, soul and mind (Matt. 22:37).

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