Freely You Have Received—Freely Give
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4d ago
The final ‘fox’ that has power to ruin true loving relationships with both God and everyone else in our lives is Unforgiveness. Steph Lee takes us through the scriptures to show the real impact of forgiveness and the hard truths about unforgiveness. Fruitful lives full of freedom and wholeness are at stake and our generous God stands ready to forgive and empower us in our journeys ..read more
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What is That to You? You Must Follow Me
Citizens Weekly
by Citizens Church BCS
1w ago
This week, Kathryn teaches on the little fox of comparison. How does Jesus address it? What does it do in our hearts? And what can we actively do to keep this little fox from ruining the fruit of our hearts and souls? All things we need to know if we are to live like Jesus, a life of non-comparison ..read more
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Little Foxes: The Religious Spirit
Citizens Weekly
by Citizens Church BCS
2w ago
Brian Lee takes us on the journey of Jesus and one of his biggest opponents: the religious elite. This religious spirit is a performance-based, self-centered, critical and legalistic way of thinking that chokes out peace, joy and freedom in the life of a believer. Jesus has a better way: freedom ..read more
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Little Foxes: Discord in the Body
Citizens Weekly
by Citizens Church BCS
3w ago
Nick explores the theme of Discord within the Body of Christ. Two types of discord infect: within the church family and between different churches. How do we protect from the little fox of discord that robs our fruit as believers? How do we become a people that fights for our unity in the house and between congregations ..read more
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Little Foxes: Being Angry without Being Defiled
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1M ago
As people of Truth living in a world of lies we should expect offenses or offensive ideas to assail us regularly. How do we remain undefiled people of Peace in such situations? Jesus speaks about the corrosiveness of anger–how it eats an individual from the inside out, eventually degrading our families, neighbors, and communities. Spiritual maturity helps us use the tool of our emotions, including anger, to positively address the offenses of this world. Gaining such maturity requires repentance, surrender, faith, and lots of patience ..read more
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Little Foxes: Apathy in Worship
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1M ago
This week, Kathryn continues our sermon series on the Little Foxes with a teaching on Apathy in Worship. What is apathy? How does the Bible define worship? Who is called to worship and how are we supposed to do it? Kathryn calls Citizens up to be a church that worships corporately, earnestly, and expressively. Why? Because worship makes us behold the Lord and shifts our disordered desires, it completes our delight, and because it keeps us close to Jesus. Most importantly, we worship simply because he is worthy of it ..read more
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Little Foxes: Healing the Orphan Heart
Citizens Weekly
by Citizens Church BCS
1M ago
Scripture instructs to rid of the little foxes that spoil this vine. How do we rid of the little fox that is the orphan heart. How does taking the identity of a servant, slave and orphan keep us from our true identity and intimacy with the Father? How do we allow the wounds of rejection to be healed ..read more
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The RSVP of Resurrection
Citizens Weekly
by Citizens Church BCS
1M ago
On Resurrection Sunday we explore the implications of Jesus' resurrection for our lives today. What is the depth of God's invitation to us through Jesus Christ ..read more
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How to Engage with a King
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2M ago
On Palm Sunday, we recognize our humble King Jesus, but do we have any idea how to really relate to a King? Jesus never has to earn his kingship. He is the King. Always has been and always will be. He longs to be our friend, brother, counselor, shepherd, but he will not be any of these things until He is our King ..read more
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Behold the Man
Citizens Weekly
by Citizens Church BCS
2M ago
American men are at a precarious crossroads, and many men–even in the Church–choose preoccupation with childishness over acceptance of God-defined “masculinity”. Men’s restoration will be found in gazing on Christ’s model as the ultimate man and in answering the Apostle Paul’s call, to all men, to serve the Church as Christ served the Church, surrendering His life fully to her ..read more
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