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Family Worship Center - Raton, NM

The King Has Come (Wk1)

The King Has Come (Wk1)

This four-week Christmas series walks through the angelic messages foretelling how Jesus’s birth would fulfill God’s promise of hope to the entire world. “The King Has Come” explores the powerful and transformative truth of the incarnation of Jesus as well as the faithfulness of God toward us in all of his promises.

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Family Worship Center

219 Kearney Ave, Raton, NM 87740, USA

Sunday 10:00 AM

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Big Idea of the Message: Even when it feels like God is far off, we can trust that he is working because he is faithful to his Word.
1) WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE?
(Write notes below)
2) CAN YOU ACCEPT HIS TRUTH?
(Write notes below)
In his book Velvet Elvis, Rob Bell tells the story of a stranger paying for his meal at a restaurant.

He writes, “I had the strangest feeling of helplessness. There was nothing I could do. To insist on paying would have been pointless. All I could do was trust that what she said was actually true and then live in that—which meant getting up and leaving the restaurant. My acceptance of what she said gave me a choice to live like it was true or to create my own reality in which the bill was not paid” (Rob Bell, Velvet Elvis [Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2005], 151–52).
3) CAN YOU GROW IN DISCIPLINE?
(Write notes below)
Application Point: God does not “have it out for us”; his discipline toward us is a sign that he loves us and isn’t giving up on us. Because of this, we are called to trust that he has our best interests at heart.
GOD'S CHARACTER SEEN IN TODAY'S WORD?

1) GOD DESIRES TO INTERVENE
2) GOD LISTENS
3) GOD LOVES
4) GOD RESTORES
This space left open to write notes as Pastor Josh seems to go down rabbit trails...

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