W: 1/19/20: “20/20 UNITY”

It’s probably not a God Vision unless it is so way over our heads that we need to work to- gether with others in order to see it come to pass. How do we build consensus and unity so we work as one to see God’s Vision come to pass?
1 Peter 4:10 “God has given each of you a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another.” “Everyone built the section of wall in front of their homes.”

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W: 1/11/20: “20/20 DISCONTENT”

It will take more than inspiration to see our God Vision through to the end. It will take strong conviction to endure. How does this happen? Often the pathway to strong conviction is a “holy discontent” about how things are. Even if our future is unclear, we have 20/20 certainty that the way things are should not be!

Key Verse: Nehemiah 1:3 – 4 They said to me, “Things are not going well for those who returned to the province of Judah. They are in great trouble and disgrace. The wall of Je- rusalem has been torn down, and the gates have been destroyed by fire.” 4 When I heard this, I sat down and wept. In fact, for days I mourned, fasted, and prayed to the God of heaven.” & Nehemiah 2:18 “ Then I told them about how the gracious hand of God had been on me, and about my conversation with the king. They replied at once, “Yes, let’s rebuild the wall!” So they began the good work.”

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W: 1/5/20: “2020 Vision”

Week 1: 20/20 VISION

What is the first and foremost question to ask yourself as we begin 2020?

Obviously no one wants to make New Year’s resolutions you have no intention to keep. And although we’re talking about vision, we’re not even trying to figure out our vision for ourselves.

Instead the most pressing question is, “What is GOD’S vision for us?”

If our vision is not a God Thing then it’s not worth pursuing. So how do we like the people of Nehemiah’s day discern God’s vision for our lives? Hint: If it’s God’s will, it’s God’s bill!

“Then God stirred the hearts of the priests and Levites and the leaders of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin to go to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple of the Lord” (Ezra 1:5).

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W: 12/15/19: Herod: The False King

Herod was not a true king. He only had power because he served the Romans. Naturally, news of the King of the Jews was alarming. Though he feigned worship he secretly just wanted to know how to remain in power. Celebrating Jesus as the coming King means we have to vacate the throne of our lives.

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