Weekly Faith: Week 7

I was really encouraged by some friends from EPIC to go to church while I was in SLO last weekend. I want to share a little recap of the sermon I heard. If you want to listen to the message, it can be listened to or downloaded from here. It’s called “Knowing Him in His People” and it’s from the church I used to attend sometimes while I was still in college, Calvary SLO (which you should definitely check out if you’re in the area on a Sunday). I took a few notes as well as tweeted with one of my friends, Christian. We like to tweet about the message during church to help share our initial thoughts with the hope that we will reach out to strangers or anyone else who might come across our tweets. I recommend listening to the sermon and then reading the notes/tweets to recap if you’d like.

Notes
Ephesians 1:15-18

  • You cannot say you hate someone and love God.
  • Your love for God means nothing unless you show love for someone else.
  • You have to be so affected by God’s love that you cannot help but give love to others. If you want to know what the will of God is, then be thankful.
  • God is blamed for so many things that go wrong, but hardly ever thanked.
  • Take a moment to thank God for the little things in life.
  • God wants us to know the hope to which He has called us.
Ephesians 1:19-23
  • It’s the power of God that your faith rests in.
  • The power of God in you is the basis of your faith.
  • You are part of the church which is the body of Christ. You are the representation of God. 
  • You are part of this community and body of God and if you take “time off” away from it, then it not only harms you but the rest of the community.
  • If you are willing to follow god, He is willing to give you everything.


Our Tweets

Feel free to follow us on Twitter!! We don’t always tweet about messages from church, but sometimes we have tweets that could give you encouragement when you most need it!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Until next week 🙂

     Love,
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