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June 1st, 2014

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Davey Hong

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Transcript of June 1st, 2014

Sin: Life Apart From God
28 “I tell you the truth, all sin and blasphemy can be forgiven, 29 but anyone who blasphemes the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven. This is a sin with eternal consequences.” 30 He told them this because they were saying, “He’s possessed by an evil spirit.”

28 내가 분명히 말해 둔다. 사람에게 대한 모든 죄와 모독은 용서받을 수 있으나 29 성령님을 모독하는 자는 절대로 용서받지 못하고 그 죄는 영원히 남는다.” 30예수님이 이렇게 말씀하신 것은 사람들이 “그에게 더러운 귀신이 붙었다” 하고 말했기 때문이다.
"...Surely what Jesus is speaking of here is not an act but a settled condition of the soul...If the person involved cannot be forgiven, it is not so much that God refuses to forgive, but it's the fact that the sinner refuses to be forgiven.”
They have chosen
to live apart from God.
Living apart from this.
John 11:35   
Jesus wept.
These parents went through a painful experience but they were with God the whole way. They found their experience a gracious blessing because of their trust in God.
Have Hope!
…A sinner loses hope in the face of death and suffering...a Kingdom citizen praises God's name through the trial and tears…
Pastor Sara Miles: "Worship is for raising the dead."
"Death is stronger
than love."
“According to most philosophers, God in making the world enslaved it. According to Christianity, in making it, He set it free. God had written, not so much a poem, but rather a play; a play he had planned as perfect, but which had necessarily been left to human actors and stage-managers, who had since made a great mess of it.”

- GK Chesterton
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