Friendship Baptist Church Owasso

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Saturday, May 19, 2018

Fusion: week of 5/20

FAMILY THEME: GOD IS SOVEREIGN


Deuteronomy 10:17-22 ; 1 Timothy 6:13-16 ; Isaiah 46:5-13 ; Acts 4:23-31 ; Psalm 97:1-12 ; Jeremiah 23:23-24 ; Jonah 1:1-10


God sovereignly reigns through the expression of His natural attributes.

1.  God Rules With Absolute Authority (Omnipotence)

     (Deuteronomy 10:17-22 ; 1 Timothy 6:13-16)

     God is above and supersedes every authority because He
     is unlike any other being in existence.
 
2.  God Rules With Absolute Knowledge (Omniscience)

     (Isaiah 46:5-13 ; Acts 4:23-31)

     Unlike false gods and belief systems, God knows all things and 
     has the power to bring His plans to fruition.
 
3.  God Rules With Absolute Totality (Omnipresence)

     (Psalm 97:1-12 ; Jeremiah 23:23-24 ; Jonah 1:1-10)

     God is God everywhere, over everything, and over
     everyone. His glory extends throughout creation. 

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Fusion: week of 5/13

FAMILY THEME: GOD IS HOLY


Exodus 15:1-21 ; Revelation 4:8-11 ; 1 Samuel 2:1-3 ; Isaiah 5:13-25 ; Joshua 24:19-28 ; Ezekiel 39:1-24 ; Leviticus 19:1-4 ; Psalm 99 ; Proverbs 9:7-12 ; 1 Peter 1:14-21


God's holiness is foundational to our respect and worship.

1.  God is Distinct From All Others

     (Exodus 15:1-21 ; Revelation 4:8-11)

     God is unique: He is separate and distinct from 
     everything else.
 
2.  God is Perfect

     (1 Samuel 2:1-3 ; Isaiah 5:13-25 ; Joshua 24:19-28 ; Ezekiel 39:1-24)

     God's omniscience, purity, and flawless wisdom 
     determine that He always does what is right.
 
3.  God Alone is Worthy of Worship

     (Leviticus 19:1-4 ; Psalm 99 ; Proverbs 9:7-12 ; 1 Peter 1:14-21)

     Our conduct and our worship should reflect the
     holiness of God. 

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Fusion: week of 5/6

FAMILY THEME: GOD IS LOVE


1 John 4:7-19 ; Psalm 40:1-17 ; Ephesians 2:1-10 ; 

Romans 5:6-11 ; John 3:16-17


God's very nature is love, and His actions demonstrate what
love is like.

1.  God is Love

     (1 John 4:7-19)

     God does not decide to love. He is love. He defines
     love by His nature. We only know love as a concept
     because God has made Himself known to us.
 
2.  God Loves Us

     (Psalm 40:1-17)

     We need to view all God does through the lens of
     His love for us.
 
3.  God Demonstrates Love

     (Ephesians 2:1-10 ; Romans 5:6-11 ; John 3:16-17)

     True love wants what is really best for another. We can
     know what love is through knowing God. 

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Fusion: week of 4/29

FAMILY THEME: A SONG FOR JUSTICE


Psalm 109:1-31


King David knew what it was to have enemies. He also knew
Whom to go to for help with his enemies.

1.  We Will Sometimes Face Opposition or Betrayal

     (Psalm 109:1-5)

     David's enemies had attacked him with their words.
 
2.  Pray for God's Righteous Justice on the Wicked

     (Psalm 109:6-20)

     David prayed for God to execute justice on his enemy.
 
3.  Prayer, Trust, and Praise Are Our Best Response
     to Verbal Attack

     (Psalm 109:21-31)

     David poured out his feelings, hurt, discouragement,
     and need to God. 

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Fusion: week of 4/22

FAMILY THEME: A SONG OF PRAISE


Psalm 103:1-22


We can, and should praise God for all that He's done in us,
through us, and for us.

1.  Praise God for His blessings in Our Own Lives

     (Psalm 103:1-5)

     The psalmist wanted to bless God for all He had done in
     him, for him, and through him.
 
2.  Praise God for Making Grace, Forgiveness, and 
     Redemption Available to All Who Trust Him

     (Psalm 103:6-12)

     God's work in the past provided the foundation and 
     resources for the psalmist's personal experience
     with grace.
 
3.  Praise God for His Knowledge of and Patience
     Toward Us

     (Psalm 103:13-22)

     God loves and cares for His people as a father
     cares for his children.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Fusion: week of 4/15

FAMILY THEME: A SONG OF ENDURING LOVE


Psalm 89


God's absolute faithfulness is one reason we worship Him.

1.  Our Loving God is Great and Powerful

     (Psalm 89:1-18)

     The psalmist begins by pouring out praise because of
     God's power seen throughout history.
 
2.  Our Loving God's Discipline in Our Lives Does Not 
     Nullify His Faithfulness to His Promises

     (Psalm 89:19-37)

     The psalmist struggled to reconcile God's promises
     with God's discipline.
 
3.  Our Loving God Disciplines His Children for Their Good

     (Psalm 89:38-52)

     All of God's promises are certain, even the promise
     of discipline.

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Fusion: week of 4/8

FAMILY THEME: A SONG FOR THE KING


Psalm 72:1-20


The coming rule and reign of Jesus move us to worship.

1.  Our King's Reign Will Be Righteous

     (Psalm 72:1-4)

     The truth the psalmist presented is that our King's reign -
     His actions, decisions, and judgments - will be right!
 
2.  Our King's Reign Will Be Eternal

     (Psalm 72:5-7)

     Our King's reign is stable, certain, and unending. He will
     never abdicate, be fired, or be overthrown!
 
3.  Our King's Reign Will Be Universal

     (Psalm 72:8-11)

     All kings and all their subjects will bow down before the
     eternal King of the world!

4.  Our King's Reign Will Be Benevolent and Glorious

     (Psalm 72:12-20)

     All the King's subjects will experience God's goodness, 
    and praise and glorify Him.