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  • weare_infatuatedwithlaziness

We Are Infatuated with Laziness

In the past, we were always known as hard-working people. In our modern context we’ve become entitled and lazy people. Why work hard when things are handed to us on a silver platter? We’ve become lazy and we are infatuated […]

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Let it go…let it Grow.

I don’t know about you but sometimes the Christian life can seem like a long list of “do’s and dont’s”. It really shouldn’t feel like that. I think it’s because we forget life isn’t all work, it isn’t something you […]

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My Security in Jesus Part Two

We all look for security. We seek to have friends or family that will always be there for us. We lock our doors and shut our windows to keep people who would potentially harm us out of our houses. We […]

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The Work of His Hand

We all know that God has a plan for our lives. I think often we’re afraid that plan will be boring or that His plan will lead us somewhere we don’t want to go. I think we often hope that […]

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God is Always at Work.

I remember back when I was in high school and I didn’t get accepted to go to the college I wanted to go to. But there was only one university I had wanted to go to. There was no back-up […]

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The Father’s Work (Sermon)

We often we find in our lives that God seems nowhere to be found. We cannot see Him, we cannot smell Him, we cannot taste Him or feel Him. Yet He is there. We know this because if we’re still […]

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