Sunday, March 10, 2013

The Tweetable Ten

Here are ten tweet-sized (not necessarily tweet-worthy :) statements from Sunday, March 10th's message "May I Have Your Attention" the first part in the series Far, Far, Away...
  • Most of us (if not all of us) have gone through seasons when God seemed inattentive, uncooperative, and late. 
  • When God is silent, it's easy to assume that God must be absent. 
  • I do not have to associate the difficulty of my circumstances with the character of my God. 
  • God sent John the Baptist with one simple message: "Whatever you're doing wrong, STOP IT!"
  • Your personal circumstances do not necessarily coincide with how God feels about you.
  • Proof of how God feels about you is what happened at the cross (not what happened at home, at work, or at school). 
  • Don't make the mistake of hinging your faith on what God has done for you lately. 
  • God's silence in the present moment does not discount the reality of His activity in past moments. 
  • God may be silent, but He is not absent. 
  • There is a promise at the end of your faithfulness if you will remain faithful in spite of what God has not done for you lately.  

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