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Welcome to the
Getting Lift Off Series

The Getting Lift Off Series follows naturally from Good News and Encountering Jesus. In this series we look at 7 key promises that flow to us through our faith in Christ. These include promises of God’s strength, forgiveness, salvation, guidance, provision, answered prayer, and fruitfulness throughout life. Our prayer is that God uses these passages from Scripture to really motivate and encourage you on the Pathway to knowing Him better.

Getting Lift Off!

 Some Key Thoughts

  • We need not fear because God is with us in Christ!
  • Because He is God, we need never let our struggles cause us lasting dismay
  • God will strengthen us!
  • God will help us!
  • God will uphold us!

 Some Key Thoughts

  • If we want to be forgiven, we must confess our sins to the Lord.
  • God is faithful and just. Faithful: he will forgive us – as he promised. Just: He can forgive us and still remain just since the penalty for sin has already been completely paid for us by Christ.
  • He even promises to purify us from all sin!
  • Let us confess our sins to Him and experience the renewal he longs to give us!

 Some Key Thoughts

  • When we trust Christ, God gives us eternal life! We need not doubt; ony come to Him by faith.
  • Life from God is found only in Jesus Christ.
  • Do you have the Son? Does the Son now own you?
  • If anyone person does not have the Son, they do not have life.
  • John writes to those who have the Son of God, that is, to those who genuinely trust Christ. He wants them to know that they have eternal life through the Son (1 Jn 5:13)

 Some Key Thoughts

  • If we want to know God’s will, it begins by fully trusting him with our whole heart!
  • Trusting God means acknowledging him in all areas; reading his word and acting on it – even when it seems to be contrary to what we think or culture tells us!
  • For those who trust God – regardless of the difficulties – he will straighten out their paths as they intentionally follow him.

 Some Key Thoughts

  • In principle, there is no “type” of temptation we face, that is not common to all men and women.
  • Temptation to sin and sinning are two different things. Jesus was tempted but did not sin.
  • But, God will only allow us to be tempted to the degree that he sees fit
  • We must not think that God is against us or tempting us to sin in some way; quite the contrary! He is faithful to help us and provide a way out so that we do not sin

 Some Key Thoughts

  • We come to God through Christ and him alone.
  • But, when we come, we can ask for anything in his name.
  • Asking “in his name” means to ask in keeping with his character and purposes, as revealed in scripture.
  • God loves to answer our prayers with the result that our hearts are filled with joy.

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