Monday, 2 March 2015

Liberating Truth

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Glory to God!

As the Lord continues to call the Church to "Arise and shine" (Isaiah 60:1-3), we are seeing God stir us to stand in His truth and to align ourselves to the nature and principles of His Kingdom. Two Sundays ago, Alexander showed us how literature and the media influence the moral climate of society by creating "tipping points" of what is acceptable in our culture. In his message, he showed us the difference between God's view of relationships and romance and the world's as a response to the currently very popular film, Fifty Shades of Grey. Alexander showed us that whereas the film communicates the devaluing of a person, the perversion of covenant, the exercise of bondage and sexual abuse, as acceptable, God's love is the very opposite. God's love releases man from bondage into the freedom of a relationship in which God restores and values us and is faithful to His unconditional covenant with us that brings us life and true fulfillment. Looking at the example of when king David committed adultery, Alexander also showed us how to avoid sin by understanding the process of temptation that leads to sin. You can listen to the message here.

Yesterday we had a wonderful time in God's presence as we worshipped Him and shared communion together. After hearing an encouraging testimony of God's faithfulness, Tim shared a message on stewardship in which he showed us that,

"Godly stewardship is realising that everything belongs to Him and adopting an attitude of giving generously in the full assurance that He has our backs and knowing that there is always more than enough."

In his message, Tim showed us the Kingdom principles of stewardship using the acronym: C.A.S.A., showing us that we must have the conviction that everything belongs to God if we are to have a Kingdom attitude towards all that God has entrusted to us and to find security in the knowledge that God is faithful and that He provides abundantly for us to be generous and for Him to be glorified. You can listen to the message here.

We praise God for His liberating truth!

Upcoming events

03.03. - KLF Prayer at 19:00 at Leipziger Str.60.
12.04. - Bengt Wedemalm at KLF

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