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Merle Shank - November 19, 2017



We are blessed in many ways: we live in a community with a stable economy, a low cost of living, low unemployment, a low crime rate, and numerous God-honoring, life-giving churches (especially GCC!). But even more than those blessings, we are members of the body of Christ; we are children of God; we are “seated in heavenly realms with Christ” (Ephesians 2:6); and we are receiving a “glorious inheritance” (Ephesians1:18). With such rich blessings both in the present and promised in the future, we can be the most radical, crazy, generous, extravagant people on earth!

From Series: "Share"

Post-It Notes. Reminder function on an iPhone. Setting a timer. Leaving your car keys on top of the items in the office 'frig that you need to take home (Seriously...it works.) These are just a few of the things we use to help us remember things; to make sure we don't forget. Believe it or not, the Bible is another source of "don't forgets": don't forget the Lord, forget not all of His benefits; don't forget to do good; don't forget to share. As we begin our new sermon series this Sunday, "Share", we will start by looking at why in the world God would see a need to place a reminder in scripture for us to share? I mean, we're all adults, not 3 year olds. Shouldn't we know better by now? Shouldn't we??

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