Archive for the 'Sacrifice' Category

Have you ever been in a wrestling with God over a need or a problem or a call to follow Him?  Today, we are going to look at the wrestling match Jacob had with God and what it meant for his life.

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As Jesus entered Jerusalem, he not only entered as King on that donkey, but He entered as a willing sacrifice.  So to, Isaac, Abraham’s son, went as a willing sacrifice with his father to Mount Moriah.  Today, we will look at the foreshadowing of Christ’s willing sacrifice and substitutionary work on the cross in the story of Abraham and Isaac in the book of Genesis. Then we will look at how God calls us to be a living willing sacrifice.

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Today we are looking at a prophetic promise regarding the seed of the serpent and the Seed of the Woman, as well as the first time that man began to call upon the name of the Lord.

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Abel was the first man noted for his faithful act of righteousness.  He was also the first martyr, as a result.  Sometimes we will be hated for our acts of righteousness.  Like Abel, we must trust God enough to give Him our best and God will remember and honor what we have done.

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Which does God value more from us…sacrifice or obedience?  Many find it easier to give of time, money or goods to God.  Sacrifice of these things seems like the best thing to give God.  Yet, God values obedience from us more.  With obedience, we may suffer.  The price may seem too high for some to pay in their relationship with God, but is obedience that is right price to pay God for all He has done for us .

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The best opportunities in life are found in Christ.  One mother in the Bible felt the best opportunity for her sons would be in a guaranteed position of authority alongside Christ.  She and the Disciples soon learned what Jesus expected from anyone reigning with Him.

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When Jesus died, there was an earthquake.  When Jesus arose, there was an earthquake.  God physically and spiritually shook the world to demonstrate this cosmic event.  A new world of wonder was opened up to mankind through Jesus’ death and resurrection.  Have you been shook up to the wonder through His Resurrection?

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In Roman culture a triumphant Roman general is celebrated for his victorious campaign.  As the conquering troops, parade through the city, they shout “Triumph!”  Today, we remember the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on what we call Palm Sunday.  We are to live in a continual triumphal march that began that day long ago.  The triumphal procession in which we march is headed by Jesus, the Conqueror.  He is conqueror over sin and death.  As His sacrifice on Calvary was pleasing aroma to God, we are to continue on following Him giving off the fragrance of the knowledge of Him as we march as a pleasing aroma to God.

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Many feel that their destiny lies in the hands of that mysterious entity called “Fate”.  This is not an accurate view.  We need to understand that our destiny is a choice.  Fate doesn’t control our destiny.  No matter what our physical destiny in life ends up being, as long as, we make choices based on Christ’s leadership and live out our lives based on our citizenship in Heaven, God will use us and our destiny to glorify Him.

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Everyone chooses the life they want to live and the sacrifices they will make to live it.  The question is, “Are you a living sacrifice for God?”  “Are you willing to make the necessary sacrifices to live the life Christ intends for you to live?”  “Will your life be like a drink offering that goes up in a puff of smoke?”

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