Our Timeless CreatorRevealed by His Glory
How We Lose Sight of God | Message 13
This message identifies the initial wrong turn that we all take that leads us away from God’s desires and His fellowship.
In the scriptures, as well as in our own lives we can see clearly that there are times when God’s creation is closer to Him than at other times. King David, a man after God’s own heart went up against Goliath in righteous anger because he had spoken evil of God, and later sinned greatly in the matter of Bathsheba and Uriah. Moses spoke with God as friend to friend and miraculously received the Ten Commandments from God’s own hand but then disobeyed by smiting the rock instead of just speaking to it as God had instructed. What happened to these great men that caused such failures, and is there something we can learn from their mistakes and avoid them?
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- Isaiah 14:12-14
- 2Timothy 3:1-5
Making sense of God’s ways, How Lucifer fell, Focusing on self, Steps to thinking of self, Perfect peace, Unsatisfied, When prayer fails, Distractions from God, Life without purpose, Re-focusing on the Creator, These perilous times, Self love, Last days, The “I” test, Not made for self, Works built on sand, The scales at the judgment, All about self, It’s God’s fault, Seeking to know God, Made to fellowship with God.
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