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Culture’s obsession with beautiful women and strong men has put stress on every relationship we experience. These unrealistic expectations leave us filled with doubt, insecurity and depression.
In this courageous teaching, Pastor Kerry faces the mirror by going beyond the surface issues of what we see every day to reveal the truth of how we can make peace with our reflections and with God. When we discover that beauty begins/strength starts at the cross, we can confidently look beyond the mirror and see His glory reflected in us.
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FIND INSPIRATIONAL RESOURCES
The fourth and fifth tests for knowing which door in life to choose really go together. When deciding on the right door, ask yourself this question: WILL IT MAKE ME COME ALIVE OR CAUSE ME TO DIE A LITTLE EACH DAY? This is the principle of passion. God wants us to live from the passion He placed in our hearts.
You’ll either redeem the time or regret the time God gives you in life. How do we redeem time? I thought, once it is gone, you can’t get it back! That’s true. But, redeeming the time in this passage refers to making the most of every opportunity, not wasting the time God gives you. How do we do that? How do we know the difference between a good door or God’s best door for us, the difference between good opportunities and God opportunities?
The first decisive test for determining if an open door is divine or destructive is to ask the question: What does God’s Word say? This is the principle of obedience. When we know clearly what God’s says about a matter, our decision should already be made. Obedience brings blessing. But, what about those decisions that are not clearly in God’s Word?
What do you do when you’re faced with multiple doors of opportunity and you don’t know which one to choose? Maybe there is only one door open before you and you aren’t sure you should walk through that one. Just because a door is open doesn’t necessarily mean it is the will of God for your life.