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SCRIPTURE FOR THE WEEK: Micah 6:8
He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the LORD require of you But to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?
A Note From Rob
Kindness. For some people that is actually an ugly word. Many businesses still see kindness as a weakness. Well, that is until the senior staff sees how well the section the kind leader is in charge of performs as a team. A kind person has a tendency to suffer more at the hands of one who does not care who gets in the way of their personal success. This person looks good to some at first until he or she steps on the wrong foot or puts a foot in the mouth when the wrong thing is said. The kind person cares more for others than the self. The kind person may do things that place him/herself in harm rather than letting someone else take the fall. It is good to be kind but hard. It is better to be kind and suffer in the short term than to be the bully and suffer eternally. The Spiritual Fruit of kindness continues the path of how we are to be in order to live like Christ. The Love we have produces joy which gives us a peace that helps us develop patience so we can be kind to one another.
Featured Post Excerpt:
Have you ever looked at a person of the opposite sex and thought the person was beautiful but when you approached the individual you found a hard or ill willed heart? As human, we have a tendency to judge by outward appearance alone. The physical first impression leads to whether or not a person will talk to another. Society has put an idea into the masses mind that having certain looks makes a person desirable but that is far from the truth of the matter. True Beauty is NOT Skin Deep
What’s In Our Name: Path-Way Worship Ministries
Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. NO one comes to the Father except through Me (John 14:6 emphasis added)”. Jesus is the Word Made Flesh and it is His Way that comforts, guides, and saves us. The Word provides the understanding of the Path we must take which is narrow. Saying this, God provides us with the Path and the Way to Him through His Son that leads to Salvation and Eternal Life. Our mission is to share that with the world.
There is no need for long explanations or self-help books because the Bible gives the guidance on how to trust in the Lord for our every need. From the Scriptures we learn moral and ethical living, values and characteristics that separate us from the world. Jesus gave us the great example of living for God. For it through Jesus we discover joy in suffering, how to make our hearts right for peace, and most of all how to love ourselves and our fellow man as the Father loves us.
Here we will not condemn you, it is not our place to judge. In the same way, we do not condone Christians who believe it is okay to continue living in their sins after they seek repentance. We will however, work through it together. We will say things that may convict you and open your heart and mind to His Word. It is for you to make a choice that hopefully guides to for a desire to know Christ. If you are convicted and want to know more, need prayer, or need to talk to one of our pastors or counselors go here: Contact PLEASE do not hesitate, we are always available.
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