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There will be plenty of people out there to question your motives and make judgments on your actions. They will drag up your past, embellish your failures and mock any positive changes you attempt. People tend to remember your failures long before they remember your positive attributes. Sometimes the voices in your head are your own worst enemy and biggest critic.

To get the truth about a book you ask the author. To learn the workings of your car you ask a mechanic. To find out how your body works you ask a doctor. To find out who you really are, ask the creator. His word about you is completely reliable because he knows your heart and loves you in spite of it.

Many people spend their entire lives trying to meet the expectations of other people, but the only one that really counts is your Heavenly Father. The closer you grow to him, the more you risk being attacked by others, but the closer you grow to him the more confident you can be in who you are.

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  • I AM the Good Shepherd
    From our series "Who Am I? The Seven I AM statements of Jesus". Our Good Shepherd, Jesus values us emotionally (he knows us), physically (sacrifices himself) and spiritually (brings harmony)
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    From our series, "Who Am I?: The Seven I AM Statements of Christ". Jesus identifies himself by seven I AM statements found in the Gospel of John. In today's lesson, Pastor Mike teaches us what it means to have Jesus as the Gate in our lives.
  • I AM the Light
    From our series, "Who AM I: The Seven I AM Statements of Jesus", Jesus came into a world full of darkness politically, spiritually and relation-ally. He is our light in the darkness and we are his light to others when we allow him to shine through us.
  • I AM the Bread of Life
    From our series, "Who Am I: the Seven I AM Statements of Christ". Jesus shows us that as our bread of life he fills us in ways that will help us live life to the fullest.
  • Healing Prayer
    From our series, "Praying with Purpose". Pastor Mike teaches us from Jesus' parable in Luke 18:9-14 on the Pharisee and the Publican. Prayer that heals is prayer that sees us as we are and accepts the mercy God offers.

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