September 9, 2020

You and I are divinely created, eternal beings, children of the Almighty God. Our destiny is not brief and our impact is not momentary. Though our ability to operate in this first flesh comes with a time limit, this is just our first flesh with a perfect resurrected body scheduled for delivery. Knowing this, we can begin to think more in the Kingdom scale and according to the big picture. We use our generation’s season in conjunction with previous and following seasons of influence on this earth. I pioneer, I build, I lead, and I parent according to God’s multigenerational plan. Join us Sunday as we begin our conversation about the BIG PICTURE.

Mark your calendars for our FALL FAST from SEPTEMBER 20 to 27. On Sunday the 20th we’ll begin a week of fasting and praying. Wednesday the 23rd we’ll gather for outside prayer and worship. Then we’ll conclude our fast together on Sunday the 27th. This is going to be a week of turning, of soul-searching, of repentance, and of seeking God’s presence. This week is meant to be an intensely personal encounter with God in which we restrain the appetite to prefer the spiritual over the carnal. Also, this is a corporate experience as we commit together as a spiritual family to intercede on behalf of our nation and the world. Believers all over the world will also be praying and fasting because the Holy Spirit has marked this time period as a critical moment in this season and for this generation. As Mordecai famously said to Queen Esther,

“And yet who knows whether for such a time as this you have come to the kingdom?”

His love is better than life!

Matt Neese

His love is better than life!

Matt Neese
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  • 9/9 Micah 4, Psalm 103, Jeremiah 4, 2 Corinthians 1
  • 9/10 Micah 5, Psalm 104, Jeremiah 5, 2 Corinthians 2
  • 9/11 Micah 6, Psalm 105, Jeremiah 6, 2 Corinthians 3
  • 9/12 Micah 7, Psalm 106, Jeremiah 7, 2 Corinthians 4
  • 9/13 Nahum 1, Psalm 107, Jeremiah 8, 2 Corinthians 5
  • 9/14 Nahum 2, Psalm 108, Jeremiah 9, 2 Corinthians 6
  • 9/15 Nahum 3, Psalm 109, Jeremiah 10, 2 Corinthians 7
  • 9/16 Habakkuk 1, Psalm 110, Jeremiah 11, 2 Corinthians 8

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