Why does “the most wonderful time of year” always seem to leave us wanting more? We look forward to the gifts, music, and traditions, but the presents and parties are never enough. So what do we really need? What about the people closest to us? What do we all need
Flirting with Disaster
Temptation is all around us—lust, greed, and envy. We flirt with temptation when we don’t set up proper boundaries and safeguards. This five-week series will confront each person with what happens when we flirt with sin and provide encouragement in how to protect ourselves from temptation.
Flirting With Disaster - Week 5Josh Britt|June 2, 2019
Anger is an emotion. Emotions are given to us by God. Anger can be used for good or evil. Flirting with lust always plants the seed of sin, and sin always brings forth death. Key Verses: 2 Peter 1:3-4 Proverbs 27:3-4, 14:17, 14:29, 21:25-26, 4:23 Ephesians 4:26-27, 2:4-5, 5:15-16 Ecclesiastes 4:9-10, 4:11-12 James 1:14-15, 1:22
FLIRTING WITH DISASTER - WEEK 4Josh Britt|May 26, 2019
Taking what God has called good and beautiful and feeling the need to claim it as personal property is lusting. While we ought not be fearful of the good and beautiful, we must learn to see people and things as God sees them.
FLIRTING WITH DISASTER - WEEK 3Josh Britt|May 19, 2019
Aligning our efforts with God's purpose for us is just as important as not being complacent.
Flirting With Disaster - Week 2Josh Britt|May 5, 2019
Focusing on what you don’t have, rather than on what you do, will always bring envy: and envy will always bring greed and disaster.
Flirting with Disaster - Week 1Josh Britt|April 28, 2019
Though we’re all tempted differently, establishing safeguards will help everyone avoid allurement to the devil’s sneaky, tasty, flashy bait; a hook is always there waiting.