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The majority of Lego Movie 2 is full of chaos, disunity and destruction. Whilst watching it I was reminded by the world we live in, it often feels like all there is chaos, disunity and destruction. We see the Lego piece moved by a brother and sister who are arguing, at the end of the movie we see them put their differences aside and become united again.

The church can be like this – more disunity equals more chaos; more unity equals more fruitfulness. I wonder how you can help the church to have more unity? It’s through our unity the world will see God.

John 17:23 (http://bit.ly/2LG8NbB)

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Vers is a Kree warrior, or so she thinks, as the Kree desperately try to destroy the Skrulls. Throughout the movie she accidentally discovers her true identity and not what the Kree had told her. When she believed the lie, Vers was in bondage, but when she discovered her true identity she was liberated and free.

In the Bible, Satan gets described as a liar a few times. Because of this it’s so important to remember who Jesus calls us. Satan tries to bind us up in chains BUT Jesus is our saviour and He sets us free.

You are a new creation!
2 Cor 5: 17-21 (http://bit.ly/2LQrcCK)

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2019/03/28

Pearl Harbour is a classic war/romance film based on a true event. The film portrays the arrogance of the American military believing that no one would be able to attack Pearl Harbour, a naval base in Hawaii, however, the Japanese planned and successfully attacked Pearl Harbour to the shock and disbelief of the unprepared Americans.

As Christians we can have a similar arrogance in believing that Satan will never attack, deceive or tempt us. However, the real reality is that he has, does and will (John 10:10 – http://bit.ly/2vAvQrJ). Are you prepared and ready for this? Jesus is already victorious over Satan and helps us defeat him daily.

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I don’t know if you have ever lost something, I lose things all the time such as my phone cable or my sun glasses. The storylines of Finding Nemo and Dory are about how far the characters will go for someone who is lost.

Luke 15:8-10 (http://bit.ly/2VnDFO0) tells the story of a woman who goes to all lengths to find a lost coin, when she finds it, everyone around her celebrates, verse 10 describes that in the same way people celebrate over the coin, there is a party in heaven every time someone who is lost becomes found by Jesus. Thank God that you are found and lost no longer.

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