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Community is the context for discipleship. The Christian faith is not intended to be lived in isolation; we were made for relationship with God and for relationship with each other. We belong not merely to a local church, but to a people.

Kevin Dibbley - March 21, 2021

"What to Do When the World has Gone Mad"

In this Sunday’s message, we are going to begin looking at one of the most sobering passages in the Bible – the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Our message is called: "What to Do When the World Has Gone Mad." While Genesis 18-19 may be one of the weightiest passages in the Bible, it also is one that carries for us a strong, strong promise of hope. It serves as a great reminder of that God has often intentionally placed his people in places of deep moral darkness throughout biblical history. That is certainly true for Abraham. Since we live in period in history when the world around us seems to be rushing headlong towards the wrath and judgment of God, we could use a fresh reminder that God has something crucial for all of us as His people to do. Let’s carefully and prayerfully examine what Christian faithfulness looks like in a time of worldly wickedness.

Scripture References: Genesis 18:1

From Series: "From Brokenness to BLESSING: A Journey into the Heart of God"

The life of Abraham is a fascinating one because, as we will see, Abraham’s journey was not so much a journey to the land of Canaan but actually a journey towards heaven (see Hebrews 11:16). His destination is not so much an earthly one but a spiritual one. It’s a journey of a fatherless and heirless man into the presence and promise of God. It’s a journey into the very heart of God. God takes a broken family and a broken man and shows him that He will make him into a Father of many nations who reflects the very heart of God the Father Himself. This is an invitation to all of you to bring your brokenness and join us in our study of the life of Abraham. May the story of Abraham’s journey from brokenness to blessing become the story of all who find the hope of God by faith as he did.

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