Family Worship Center - Raton, NM
Prove It (Wk3)
A Christian’s life should be living proof of their connection to the Father. Essentially, our sacrificial love for others is a testament of our sacrificial love for God. In his first letter—which forms the basis for this series—the apostle John walks through several aspects of the Christian life, revealing where the evidence lies for each. Do you know God? You can prove it because the evidence is in your obedience. Do you truly love your neighbor? You can prove it because the evidence is in your sacrifice. We don’t earn God’s forgiveness with our good deeds, but a transformed life should look just like that—transformed. Each entry in this 7-week series examines different claims made within the church, and asks for the evidence to prove that it’s true. It deals with things like sin, the identity of Christ, and obedience. The heart of this series is to help us open our eyes to where our words and our actions may not line up. You can say it with your mouth, but the evidence is in your actions.
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  • Family Worship Center
    219 Kearney Ave, Raton, NM 87740, USA
    Sunday 10:00 AM

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Question: If we claim to know God, how can we prove it?
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Big Idea of the Message: Our obedience is the evidence of our relationship with God. It is the result of our salvation.

1) Actions Speak Louder Than Words
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2) From Legalism To Love
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“Obedience is the proof of our relationship with God because it is a product of our relationship with God.“
3) More than Just Rules
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4) It takes a transformation
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“God loves you just the way you are, but He refuses to leave you that way. He wants you to be just like Jesus.”-Max Lucado
Two Points on Transformation:
1) There is no such thing as “good enough”.

2) Don’t forget where you came from.

Application Point: Though our obedience doesn’t save us, it shows that we truly love God and have been transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit.