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Fred Hennes - October 20, 2019

Think About Others

God desires that we learn how to die to self, live according to His will, and put the interest of others above our own interests. This explains why Biblical justice is so important to Him; because the result of doing so shapes us into the people He desires us to be.

Scripture References: Isaiah 1:17

From Series: "Justice Do It"

Justice is an outcome that we all desire. We are created with an built-in affinity toward fairness. When justice is pursued however, there are many different opinions as to exactly what justice is. In this new teaching series, Just Do It, we will learn of the different types of justice (it is far more than “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth”). Most importantly, we will explore the true meaning of biblical justice, why it is so important to God, and how we can help make it a reality in our world.

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Fred Hennes - October 20, 2019

Think About Others

God desires that we learn how to die to self, live according to His will, and put the interest of others above our own interests. This explains why Biblical justice is so important to Him; because the result of doing so shapes us into the people He desires us to be.

Scripture References: Isaiah 1:17

From Series: "Justice Do It"

Justice is an outcome that we all desire. We are created with an built-in affinity toward fairness. When justice is pursued however, there are many different opinions as to exactly what justice is. In this new teaching series, Just Do It, we will learn of the different types of justice (it is far more than “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth”). Most importantly, we will explore the true meaning of biblical justice, why it is so important to God, and how we can help make it a reality in our world.

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