Articles Tagged 'Revenge'

ToGather: Waiting in Expectation

A do-it-yourself worship guide centered on Jesus' return.

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The Foolishness of 'Getting Even'

Does it really do you any good to get what you want in this circumstance?

Rubel Shelly reminds us that revenge is never sweet because it diminishes us.

Forgiveness

Why would they let the person responsible for their son's death off the hook?

Phillip Morrison talks about the greatest Christmas gift of all, the gift of forgiveness.

Building a Culture of Honor: Prayer

Prayer changes something much more important than our circumstances!

Phil Ware continues his series on building a culture of honor focusing this week on prayer, especially prayer as a redemptive tool of offering forgiveness and blessing to those who are our enemies and who mistreat us.

Fighting Terror

Will technology be the difference?

David Capes uses The Voice translation to drive home the point that technology is not going to save us from ourselves, but only gracious trust that Jesus is Lord and our following Jesus into the world of forgiveness.

Bless!

What do we do in the face of evil and meanness?

Phil Ware continues his series of messages related to "The Story" curriculum, using Abraham's call to be a blessing to be a reminder to us as well.

How Sweet Is Revenge?

Is revenge really so great, or is it just a way to sink deeper?

Revenge always brings us down to a lower level and often gets us in worse trouble.

Don't You Just Love It?

Will justice ever be served?

We enjoy seeing justice happen on earth because it happens so infrequently here.

Getting Even

What happens when you try to

When we try to get even for a past slight, it will nearly always come back to haunt us!

Getting Even

Are you really sure you can get even?

For many people "getting even" is what they're interested in and they won't be satisfied until it's done. They don't want someone to escape justice. Unfortunately, they fail to realize that never happens on this side of heaven's judgement.

Revenge or Kindness

Is revenge really so satisfying?

Is it better to live with the philosophy of eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth or to practice forgiveness and kindness?