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Midweek Reheat

6:03 PM ~ 7:16 pm

The Big Idea
In Acts 20, we witness the continuation of Paul's missionary journey, marked by his unwavering commitment to preach the Gospel despite facing numerous trials and opposition. Through Paul's example, we learn valuable lessons about perseverance, sacrificial service, and the importance of staying faithful to God's call, even in the face of adversity. 

As Paul pours out his heart and energy into ministering to the believers, he exemplifies a life fully surrendered to God's purposes, urging us to examine our own commitment to the Kingdom and to embrace the challenges and opportunities that come with following Christ.

Don’t Miss This Point!
Paul's pouring out in Acts 20 highlights the essence of sacrificial service and unwavering commitment to the Gospel. 

Despite facing immense hardships and persecution, Paul remained dedicated to his calling, exemplifying the spirit of selflessness and perseverance that should characterize every believer. 

Acts 20:24 encapsulates this sentiment, where Paul declares, "However, I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace." 

This scripture emphasizes the priority of fulfilling God's purpose above all else, challenging us to reevaluate our own priorities and level of commitment to advancing God's Kingdom.

Another Great Point! 
The imagery of lamps in Acts 20 underscores the importance of being filled with the Holy Spirit and shining brightly for Christ in a dark world. 

Just as the lamps in the room provided light and guidance, believers are called to radiate the love and truth of Christ, illuminating the path for others to follow. 

Matthew 5:14-16 reinforces this concept, where Jesus exhorts his disciples to be the light of the world, emphasizing the transformative impact of living out their faith authentically. 
This scripture serves as a reminder of our responsibility to reflect God's glory and share His message of hope with those around us, even amidst challenging circumstances.

One Last Point! 
Eutychus's fall serves as a cautionary tale against spiritual complacency and being "half in and half out" in our commitment to Christ. 

Just as Eutychus unintentionally fell asleep and subsequently fell down, believers risk spiritual decline and vulnerability when they become lukewarm in their faith. 

Revelation 3:15-16 warns against this lukewarmness, emphasizing the need for wholehearted devotion and fervent zeal for God. 

This scripture challenges us to reevaluate our spiritual fervor and commitment to Christ, urging us to fully embrace our faith and avoid the dangers of spiritual apathy and complacency.

Let's Be Doers! 
In light of these key points, let us respond by committing ourselves wholeheartedly to God's purposes and mission, following Paul's example of sacrificial service and unwavering dedication to the Gospel. 

May we be filled with the Holy Spirit, shining brightly as lights in the darkness and pointing others to the hope found in Christ. 

Let us heed the call to rescue those who are spiritually lost and in need of God's saving grace, extending compassion and love to those around us. 

As we prepare for the upcoming conference, let us recommit ourselves to being "all in" for Christ, laying aside distractions and complacency, and embracing the opportunity to grow deeper in our faith and service to the Kingdom.
All In: The Call To Pour, Burn, Awaken, and Rescue

The Big Idea
In Acts 20, we witness the continuation of Paul's missionary journey, marked by his unwavering commitment to preach the Gospel despite facing numerous trials and opposition. Through Paul's example, we learn valuable lessons about perseverance, sacrificial service, and the importance of staying faithful to God's call, even in the face of adversity.

As Paul pours out his heart and energy into ministering to the believers, he exemplifies a life fully surrendered to God's purposes, urging us to examine our own commitment to the Kingdom and to embrace the challenges and opportunities that come with following Christ.

Don’t Miss This Point!
Paul's pouring out in Acts 20 highlights the essence of sacrificial service and unwavering commitment to the Gospel.

Despite facing immense hardships and persecution, Paul remained dedicated to his calling, exemplifying the spirit of selflessness and perseverance that should characterize every believer.

Acts 20:24 encapsulates this sentiment, where Paul declares, "However, I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace."

This scripture emphasizes the priority of fulfilling God's purpose above all else, challenging us to reevaluate our own priorities and level of commitment to advancing God's Kingdom.

Another Great Point!
The imagery of lamps in Acts 20 underscores the importance of being filled with the Holy Spirit and shining brightly for Christ in a dark world.

Just as the lamps in the room provided light and guidance, believers are called to radiate the love and truth of Christ, illuminating the path for others to follow.

Matthew 5:14-16 reinforces this concept, where Jesus exhorts his disciples to be the light of the world, emphasizing the transformative impact of living out their faith authentically.
This scripture serves as a reminder of our responsibility to reflect God's glory and share His message of hope with those around us, even amidst challenging circumstances.

One Last Point!
Eutychus's fall serves as a cautionary tale against spiritual complacency and being "half in and half out" in our commitment to Christ.

Just as Eutychus unintentionally fell asleep and subsequently fell down, believers risk spiritual decline and vulnerability when they become lukewarm in their faith.

Revelation 3:15-16 warns against this lukewarmness, emphasizing the need for wholehearted devotion and fervent zeal for God.

This scripture challenges us to reevaluate our spiritual fervor and commitment to Christ, urging us to fully embrace our faith and avoid the dangers of spiritual apathy and complacency.

Let's Be Doers!
In light of these key points, let us respond by committing ourselves wholeheartedly to God's purposes and mission, following Paul's example of sacrificial service and unwavering dedication to the Gospel.

May we be filled with the Holy Spirit, shining brightly as lights in the darkness and pointing others to the hope found in Christ.

Let us heed the call to rescue those who are spiritually lost and in need of God's saving grace, extending compassion and love to those around us.

As we prepare for the upcoming conference, let us recommit ourselves to being "all in" for Christ, laying aside distractions and complacency, and embracing the opportunity to grow deeper in our faith and service to the Kingdom.

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This week we focus on the concept of being vessels in the house of God, drawing inspiration from 2 Timothy 2:19-22. We, as individuals, have a choice in determining whether we are vessels of honor or dishonor in the church. The foundation of God remains steadfast, and believers must cleanse themselves from dishonor to become sanctified and useful for the Master, prepared for every good work.

Don't Miss This Point! 
There are two types of vessels in God's house: vessels of gold and silver meant for honor and those of wood and clay, considered dishonorable. 

Gold and silver vessels are reliable, useful, and valuable, whereas wood and clay vessels are not useful for the Master (2 Timothy 2:19-22).

The term "Great House" symbolizes the Church, emphasizing that God is proud of His house and its vessels. It's essential for believers to work on themselves, strive for greatness, and be willing to be different from the world. The church should be a place of piety and holiness, where the blood of Jesus forgives and the Bible remains true.

Another Great Point! 
There are three things you do in a great house…

Flee: Believers should flee from youthful lusts, which encompass various struggles like pride, greed, jealousy, and sexual lusts. The idea is to run from sin and not indulge in worldly desires.

Follow: Followers of Christ must chase after love, faith, and peace. They should imitate Jesus, follow the Bible's guidance, and avoid being influenced by worldly voices or following those with impure motives.

Form: Forming relationships within the Church is crucial. Believers should surround themselves with individuals who follow Jesus, call upon the Lord with a pure heart, encourage and speak the truth. These relationships should align with one's faith and inspire growth.

One Last Point! 
Individuals determine the greatness of the house and what kind of vessels they become. The choice lies in whether they strive for gold, cleanse themselves from dishonor, and become sanctified for every good work in God's house. The transformation from clay to wood signifies purification, preparation, and a commitment to honor God.

Let's Be Doers! 
- As a congregation, let’s reflect on our role as vessels in the house of God, and be encouraged to do the following:

- Examine our lives and strive to become vessels of honor, cleansing themselves from dishonor.

- Prioritize piety and holiness, both individually and collectively within the church.

- Make conscious choices to flee from sin, follow Jesus faithfully, and form relationships that align with our faith.

- Understand that our actions and decisions contribute to the overall greatness of God's house and our own transformation from clay to gold.
In God's Great House

This week we focus on the concept of being vessels in the house of God, drawing inspiration from 2 Timothy 2:19-22. We, as individuals, have a choice in determining whether we are vessels of honor or dishonor in the church. The foundation of God remains steadfast, and believers must cleanse themselves from dishonor to become sanctified and useful for the Master, prepared for every good work.

Don't Miss This Point!
There are two types of vessels in God's house: vessels of gold and silver meant for honor and those of wood and clay, considered dishonorable.

Gold and silver vessels are reliable, useful, and valuable, whereas wood and clay vessels are not useful for the Master (2 Timothy 2:19-22).

The term "Great House" symbolizes the Church, emphasizing that God is proud of His house and its vessels. It's essential for believers to work on themselves, strive for greatness, and be willing to be different from the world. The church should be a place of piety and holiness, where the blood of Jesus forgives and the Bible remains true.

Another Great Point!
There are three things you do in a great house…

Flee: Believers should flee from youthful lusts, which encompass various struggles like pride, greed, jealousy, and sexual lusts. The idea is to run from sin and not indulge in worldly desires.

Follow: Followers of Christ must chase after love, faith, and peace. They should imitate Jesus, follow the Bible's guidance, and avoid being influenced by worldly voices or following those with impure motives.

Form: Forming relationships within the Church is crucial. Believers should surround themselves with individuals who follow Jesus, call upon the Lord with a pure heart, encourage and speak the truth. These relationships should align with one's faith and inspire growth.

One Last Point!
Individuals determine the greatness of the house and what kind of vessels they become. The choice lies in whether they strive for gold, cleanse themselves from dishonor, and become sanctified for every good work in God's house. The transformation from clay to wood signifies purification, preparation, and a commitment to honor God.

Let's Be Doers!
- As a congregation, let’s reflect on our role as vessels in the house of God, and be encouraged to do the following:

- Examine our lives and strive to become vessels of honor, cleansing themselves from dishonor.

- Prioritize piety and holiness, both individually and collectively within the church.

- Make conscious choices to flee from sin, follow Jesus faithfully, and form relationships that align with our faith.

- Understand that our actions and decisions contribute to the overall greatness of God's house and our own transformation from clay to gold.

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I AM Worship is a church full of authentic and imperfect people. We assemble together in faith to love and empower each other, and to be forever changed by the truth of the Word and always present Holy Spirit. It is the mission of our church to express God's agape love to everyone and be a vessel to help connect others to our King, Jesus Christ, through our worship, our witness and our testimony.

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