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Some of us have known this story since our childhood, but it's much more than a bed time story. It's a story of a man who faithfully served the Lord and completely trusted Him even though he was alone in his trust. Taking a look at the evidence of Noah's story, the significance of it, and the application, it all points to Christ. God saved the world through one man in a flood, and God saved the world through one man who was fully human and fully God, Christ, by washing away our sins through his death and resurrection. Will you put your complete trust in the Lord?

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Starting the new BC series, Adam and Eve show us how we encounter and consider temptation daily just like they did. God gave them one rule out of love and knowing what’s best, "Don't eat from that tree”. However, they didn’t listen and we don’t typically either. When we choose to follow temptation, we don't trust a Father who knows what's best for us and follow our own desires. These choices lead us to death. The cure for this sin is Jesus who paid the debt of our sins for us. Luckily as believers we belong to a God who runs to save us in the midst of our sin and doesn't run away. Will you choose to trust Him?

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The love of God cuts through all accusations, condemnation and separation to give you good without reservation. What does that mean? It means there is no accusation brought against you that will prevail. It means there is no condemnation sentenced to you that you will pay. It means there is no separation of you from God's love. It means God gives good to you without reservation. Find out how from Romans 8:31-39.

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Comparison. Whenever we play that game, we lose. Why? At the root, it just means we aren't trusting God, and Saul stands as a reminder of that. Taking a look at him and David in 1 Samuel, we see how badly comparison can hurt us, and also how to avoid it. If we keep our focus on God instead of ourselves, we can enjoy what the Lord has given us now, and not play the comparison game.

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God works out the bad for our good -- we know this. It's a foundational truth. And it's clear in Romans 8:28-30. Paul shows us that God works everything for our good, and that good is God's end goal for us. What is that good? He's conforming us to look more like Christ every day. And the best is yet to come. He has called us, justified us, and glorified us. In the midst of trials, we can have joy because of God's work in our lives. Glory is coming and that gives us hope.

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