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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Fusion: week of 4/24


John 17:1-26

God is our perfect Father Who desires to have a personal relationship
with us as His children and calls on us to share Him with others.

1.  God Is the Ideal Father

     (Romans 8:15-17)

     Paul described Christ's redemptive work as a means of adoption
     whereby believers are now children and heirs of God.
2.  The Father and Jesus Illustrate the Ideal Relationship of Father
      and Son

     (John 17:1-26)

     Jesus loves and submits to the Father and the work the Father
      has for Him to do.
3.  We Can Be Part of the Father's Family Through Faith in His Son
     Jesus Christ

     (I John 3:1-3)

     We are now God's children because we have put our hope in
     His Son.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Fusion: week of 4/17


Ezekiel 34:11-31

As the Good Shepherd, God provides for our deepest needs, leads
and protects us, and rescues us from our sins.

1.  God, Our Shepherd, Provides for Us

     (Psalm 23:1;  Ezekiel 34:13-15, 29)

     God used the symbol of a shepherd to describe how He would
     provide for His people.
2.  God, Our Shepherd, Leads Us

     (Psalm 23:1-3)

     David knew God as his shepherd, providing for his needs, and
     leading him in the best paths.
3.  God, Our Shepherd, Protects Us

     (Psalm 23:4;  Ezekiel 34:28)

     No matter what we may be facing, our Shepherd promises to
     be there with us.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Fusion: week of 4/10


Genesis 17:1-8

The name El Shaddai gives us a clear and complete picture of the
power, justice, and mercy of the omnipotent God we serve and 
depend on.

1.  El Shaddai, God of Power and Sovereignty, Uses His Great
     Power to Bless

     (Genesis 17:1-8)

     God identified Himself to Abram as Almighty, powerful enough
     to keep His covenants and bless regardless of human
     expectations and limitations.
2.  El Shaddai, God of Power and Sovereignty, Uses His Great
     Power to Keep Covenant Relationships

     (Exodus 6:3-7)

     God promised to fulfill the covenant He had made with Abraham
     and his descendants by bringing them out of bondage and into
     the Promised Land.
3.  El Shaddai, God of Power and Sovereignty, Uses His Great
     Power to Show Mercy

     (Genesis 43:14)

     Jacob (Israel) knew God as Almighty with the power to grant

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Fusion: week of 4/3


Exodus 33:12  -  34:8

Names are an important part of the lives of those in Scripture.
Because God has revealed Himself to us by name, we can
know about Him and have a personal relationship with Him.

1.  We Can Understand the Characteristics of Old Testament
     Personalities Through Their Names

     (Genesis 17:5)

     God changed Abram's name to Abraham to reflect His
     promise to make Abraham the father of many nations.
2.  We Can Learn About God and His Character Through His

     (Genesis 1:1)

     The first verse in the Bible indicates that in the beginning
     God (Elohim) was, and was so powerful He created the
3.  Recognizing God as LORD Reflects a Personal 
     Relationship with Him

     (Exodus 33:12  -  34:8)

     God's people knew Him by His personal name (YHWH),
     reflecting their relationship with Him and His covenant
     with them.