1. Blessed - Part 3 - What to do with stupid people


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    God wants us to be happy because He wants to bless others through us. But all of us have experienced times when we don't feel blessed, and in Part 3, Paul takes a look at 3 blessing blockers - sin, situations, and stupid people - and shows us what the Bible says we should do about them.

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    • Blessed - Part 2 - Why grumpy people are lonely


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      If it's true (and it is) that God wants us to be happy (because the Greek word for blessed also means happy), then why? What's the point behind our happiness? In the life of Abraham, we see the answer. Abraham could have chosen God's promies TO him instead of God's promise THROUGH him, but he didn't. When we allow God's blessings to pass through us to others, our generosity will influence culture and attract others to the generous God behind it.

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      • Blessed - Part 1 - "Happy, happy, happy!"


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        From Google to Amazon, people are searching like crazy for happiness and will do almost anything for a shot at being happy. But, does God want us to be happy? And if hHe does, why aren't we always happy and is there anything that we can do to help us stay happy - no matter what? In the introduction to our 4 part series called "Blessed!", Paul answers all of those questions and suggests that Phil Robertson might be right when he says that he's "happy, happy, happy!"

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        • Part 13 of the Unseries // Unashamed


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          How many times have we felt too overcome by shame to even try to continue? Shame is the most powerful weapon that our enemy has in his bag of tricks, but God is the lifter of our heads, and when we become Christ followers, God removes our shame and gives us a lot more that we can be unashamed of!

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          • Part 12 of the Unseries // Undivided


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            Most of us feel like we slow down as we get older, but not Caleb. The Bible sasy that he was passionate about God as a young man and even more passionate about God as an old man. The key? He served God wholeheartedly. He was all in. He had an undivided heart. He knew that halfway is no way to live God's way.

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            • Part 11 of the Unseries // Undone


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              Sometimes we get so caught up in the pressure to get a job done that we lose sight of the fact that it isn't really about us. In Isaiah 6, we read about how Isaiah saw the Lord and came undone BEFORE he was sent out to do something for God. It's still true for us today: until we're undone, we won't get the job done.

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              • Part 10 of the Unseries // Unlimited


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                If nothing is impossible with God, and He is living inside of us, then our limits are often whatever limits we've put on ourselves. Let an unlimited God release His unlimited power in and through you!

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                • Part 9 of the Unseries // Unseen


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                  Sometimes we are in such a hurry that we move through and among the crowd but never really see the crowd. But Jesus did. And when He saw the crowd, He had compassion for them, but it was what He did next that was mind-blowing. He told His disciples to do something about it! Jesus knows that when we really see people, we'll be so moved with compassion for them that we will move toward them. Don't let people remain unseen.

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                  • Part 8 of the Unseries // Uncontainable


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                    Have you ever found yourself part of something wildly successful and yet totally beyond yourself? Peter did when he met a Jesus that he barely knew. A Jesus who asked a lot, gave a lot and offered a lot. And when it was all said and done, Peter's unexplainable obedience to the words of Jesus led to an uncontainable catch of fish that pointed to a future catch of men. Jesus can do the same for us, too, and it all starts by simply and courageously saying, "Yes."

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