Eternal Perspective – July 20 2015

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We can easily be deceived into thinking that all we see and experience is the ultimate reality. But Jesus said, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will not pass away” (Mt 24:35).  The Bible provides an eternal perspective on ultimate reality.  God’s promises can be trusted and his commands are to be obeyed.

Full of Hope – July 19 2015

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Prior to placing our faith in Jesus Christ we were hopeless.  Our eternal destiny was to be separated from God for all eternity.  But now by trusting in Jesus, He himself is our living hope.  We are full of hope because of the reliability of God’s word and God’s Son.

Members of God’s Household – July 18 2015

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Apart from faith in Jesus we were all separated from God and considered as strangers without hope. But as a result of placing our faith in Christ we can be brought near and made members of God’s household.  Join with me as we thank God for his amazing grace in our lives.

Filled With The Holy Spirit – July 17 2015

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In the Old Testament, worshippers marveled at the manifestation of God’s presence in the temple.  Now, through our faith in Christ, God himself indwells each believer.  We are filled with the Holy Spirit of God and called to live a life that reflects his presence within us.

Welcome To Servant Leader Life

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Jesus was the ultimate Servant Leader.  He was devoted to His Heavenly Father, focused on His redemptive mission, and a servant to those He sought to influence.  Jesus said, “As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you.”  We are to align ourselves with Jesus’ devotion to the Father, His focus on His mission, and His humble service toward those he sought to lead.

My Leader Life blogs will seek to address the core areas of a Servant Leader’s Life – Spiritual vitality, prayer, marriage, and servant leader skills.  I invite you to join me on the journey of growth and development in a Servant Leader’s Life.  -TDW

Beloved Children – July 14 2015

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The New Testament book of Ephesians tells us that we used to be “sons of disobedience” engaged in “deeds of darkness” but now we are “beloved children” who are called to imitate our heavenly Father.  Join with me as we pray about understanding our true identity and living it out in our daily life.