Coaching From the Clouds - Play your Position (3 of 9) by Kenton Beshore
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Series: The Most of My Life
-- group of 24 men and women that went away last weekend to pray about our church, to pray for you. And they've chosen a verse. It's going to be a theme for the year. We're going to use it over and over again in different times. But I'd like you to read it with me. You've got it? See the little card? You can trade it with your friends. Let's read it together. "I am eager to encourage you in your faith but I also want to be encouraged by yours. In this way, each of us will be a blessing." Isn't that a great verse? See -- because it, it is very relational. So, lots of times we're going to give you opportunities to turn to the person next to you and say, "I am eager to encourage you in your faith but I also want to be encouraged by yours. And in this way, we get to be a blessing to each other."
I am eager to encourage you in your faith. I want to teach God's word to you. I want to see you grow. I want to share my stories with you, how God's working in my life. And I want to hear how God's working in your life. I want to see you take your faith steps and you move forward in your life. And in this way, we can be a blessing to each other. So turn to your neighbor, kind of slap them. Get their attention, in case they're not paying attention and say, "I'm eager to encourage you in your faith," all right? Tell them that right now. Go ahead.
All right -- see that was fun, wasn't it? You got to hit somebody, little pent-up frustration or it's better just to talk it through. But if that's what you want to do, go ahead. All right, right now, if you're on the One Year Chronological Bible, you're beginning into the Book of Exodus yesterday, today, and then through March, yeah, March 22nd -- so for a long time, a month-and-a-half, you're going to be reading the story of Moses. And I'm going to give you an overview of his life this morning. ...
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