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Specks & Planks

Series: Specks & Planks

The Honorable Judge Not
July 24, 2016
Speaker: Donnell Wyche
We just finished up our Art of Neighboring sermon series and as we continue to follow the commandment to love our neighbors as ourselves, there is a temptation for us to judge others as we fulfill this command. In the Sermon on the Mount, found in the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus encourages us to trust others to God’s care and provision:

“Do not judge, or you too will be judged.”

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    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Neighboring

    Real Relationships Walk With a Limp
    July 17, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche
    We are continuing this week in our current sermon series, The Art of Neighboring. In Luke 10, an expert in the law asks Jesus a question, “Who is my neighbor?” In reply, Jesus tells the expert a story about a Samaritan who becomes a neighbor to a wounded man. In doing so, Jesus instructs us that our obligation is to love God with everything we have, mind, body, strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves.

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    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Getting Along
    July 10, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche
    At the center of being a good neighbor is learning how to get along with those all around us. When we are surrounded by great neighbors, we are willing to share a key to our house, invite them over for dinner, and spend our previous free-time hanging out with these former strangers.

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    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Neighboring

    Benefits of Loving Your Neighbors
    July 3, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche
    When we practice the art of neighboring, we can extend our lives. Study after study report a simple fact, people who know their neighbors live longer. Why? When you believe that your neighbors are generally trustworthy, you're more likely to interact with them. Whether it's a chat by the mailbox, a helping hand with packages, or simply a wave and a smile, this type of interaction can lift your mood, reduce your stress, and instill a sense of belonging.

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    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Neighboring

    Flexibility & Compassion
    June 26, 2016
    Speaker: Donell Wyche
    “Who is my neighbor?” remains unanswered by Jesus. Maybe because that question implies selectivity about who should be loved and shown mercy. Instead, Jesus reflects on the larger question, maybe the one the expert should have posed, “To whom must I become a neighbor?” You cannot answer this question with a list, or a definition of neighbor.

    You can only answer this question having caught God’s heart, having experienced God’s love, his mercy, his grace, for yourself. This is a heart response. As our heart is shaped and (re)formed by God, it changes the way we act. It changes the way we behave.

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    Taste and See

    Taste and See

    Jesus Welcomes the Oppressed & Oppressor, Pt. III
    June 19, 2016
    Speaker: Donell Wyche
    Last week, we entered the story of Zacchaeus and his interaction with Jesus found in Luke 19, this is a continuation of the story of the blind beggar Bartimaeus that starts in Luke 18:35, as we make our way this morning, let’s start in Luke 19 by reading the first 7 verses to remind us of the scene as Jesus continues on his way after healing blind Bartimaeus.

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