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MADE, Pt. 3- Non-Refundable Gifts (part 2)

Evangelism: The God-given ability to engage unbelievers with the truth of the gospel in a way that often moves them along in their spiritual journey.
Mercy: The spiritual ability to offer compassion, empathy, and care to those who are suffering or are in need.
Encouragement: The divine ability to use God’s truth to bring courage to those who are physically, spiritually, or emotionally struggling.
Serving: The God-given desire to meet practical needs as they arise. People with the gift of serving have a strong passion to be helpful in meeting specific needs in the lives of individuals or in the overall ministry of the church.
Giving: The God-given ability to give away your time, talent & treasure in order to help others and to further the work of the Kingdom of God.
Helps: The God-given ability to see needs and the spiritual inclination to meet those needs in a way that serves others and furthers the work of the ministry.
Hospitality: The spiritual ability to care for others by offering personal and physical resources such as your home, food, personal presence, etc.
Leadership: The divine ability to see the big picture, communicate vision, & to inspire and lead people to accomplish a goal or purpose for the Kingdom of God.
Prophecy: The God-given ability to proclaim truth, confront falsehood, and exhort others to live their lives in accordance with God’s Word.
Pastoring: The divine ability to give care, nurturing, direction, & instruction to help a group of people grow in their walk with Christ.
Teaching: The spiritual ability to accurately understand and communicate the truth of God’s Word to others in a way that motivates and challenges them to learn and grow.
Administration: The divine ability to understand what makes an organization or group function and the God-given ability to develop and implement structures and processes which make the organization more efficient and effective.
Discernment: The spiritual ability to distinguish between good and evil, right and wrong.
Intercession: The divine ability to pray specifically, consistently, & powerfully for the needs of others.
Knowledge: The God-given ability to bring the truth of God’s Word to the forefront of the life of an individual, group, or church.
Wisdom: The God-given ability to apply the truth of God’s Word in a way that sheds light on specific circumstances and events in people’s lives.
Faith: The spiritual ability to trust in God’s promises and direction with great steadfastness and confidence.
Tongues: The Divine ability to speak in a language not understood by the one whom is speaking. Can be an angelic (unknown) or human (known) language. If shared in a public setting, it must be interpreted according to Biblical guidelines.
Interpretation of Tongues: The Divine ability to make the tongue understandable to everyone who is there when it happens.
Miracles: The Divine ability to be able to perform works of power that point people to belief in Jesus Christ.
Healing: The Divine ability to be able to cure the diseases of those whom are sick.

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SKITTLES, Part 1- Hoarders

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Skittles Represent What You Have To OFFER.

The world of the generous gets larger and larger; the world of the stingy gets smaller and smaller. The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed; those who help others are helped.” Proverbs 11:24 (Msg)

Here are the 4 things that make up your life: 1. TIME 2. TALENT 3. TREASURE 4. TONGUE (Words)

Key Question- The average life span is 25,550 days. What will you do with your days?

Lessons from a Hoarder (Luke 12:13-21)
13Someone out of the crowd said, "Teacher, order my brother to give me a fair share of the family inheritance." 14He replied, "Mister, what makes you think it's any of my business to be a judge or mediator for you?" 15Speaking to the people, he went on, "Take care! Protect yourself against the least bit of greed. Life is not defined by what you have, even when you have a lot."
#1- Hoarders always need MORE.
16-19Then he told them thi…

Life's Healing Choices, Part 6- Repairing Relationships

I evaluate all my relationships, offer forgiveness to those who have hurt me, and make amends for harm I’ve done to others, except when to do so would harm them or others.

“Happy are those who are merciful to others... Happy are those who work for peace.” Matthew 5:7,9 (TEV)

1. I can FORGIVE others because God has FORGIVEN me.
“To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” C.S. Lewis
“Be gentle and ready to forgive; never hold grudges. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others.” Colossians 3:13 (LB); Matt. 6:12; Matt. 6:14-15; Luke 6:37; James 2:13
“But when you are praying, first forgive anyone you are holding a grudge against, so that your Father in heaven will forgive your sins, too.” Mark 11:25 (NLT)

Key thought- I will need forgiveness in the future

2. BITTERNESS doesn’t work.
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