PEOPLE AND DIVINE CONNECTIONS SERMON SERIES VIDEOS AUDIOS NOTES
People and divine connections are extremely important in our lives. There are people we avoid, people we approach, people we push up, and people who push us up. Knowing and recognizing this is key to a blessed and successful life.
People and Divine Connections
People and Divine Connections sermon series videos audios notes
People You Associate – sermon video audio notes
Elijah told Elisha if Elisha would associate with him until the end he would have the life he wanted. If he didn’t, Elisha wouldn’t. Elisha was there the day the Lord took Elijah. The life Elijah experienced was a double portion. It was exactly the life Elisha asked to have. Elisha associated with the right people refusing to associate with the wrong.
People You Push Up – sermon video audio notes
Every one of us should have project people. We should have someone we believe in and work to push up. We should give advice, wisdom, introduce them to our contacts, and help them in every single way we can. Your future and your goals are linked to these people. Push them up and God will push you up.
Divine Connections -sermon video audio notes
We need to pray every day for divine connections. We need to pray God will bring into our paths the people we need, and weed out the people from our lives and paths who hinder our growth in God. God will bring the right people, but if we continue attachments to the wrong people, it will hinder our progress, or detour us from experiencing divine connections.
Draw A Bigger Circle – sermon video audio notes
‘But, Delbert, he has a tattoo and long hair. I just don’t agree with it.’ Jesus had long hair. Moses had long hair (I watched the movies). Both men and women wore earrings and even nose rings in the scriptures . Some of us missed wonderful relationships sent into our lives by God because we refused to draw a bigger circle.
Be A Good Example – sermon video audio notes
The Bible says we are living epistles, meaning we are letters. Much of the Bible is made of letters/epistles written to people and to churches. It means people may not be reading the Bible, but they are reading your life every day. We are to be a good example. They are watching the way you live.