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Son of God

This is my favourite movie because it is my favourite TRUE STORY! Watching movies that tell the stories of the Bible is powerful because it helps us to envision it.To see a picture of Jesus’ death helps us to understand more of what He endured so we can have a greater appreciation of the choice He made to die for us. The movie also correctly moves to the resurrection!

The overall message is loud and clear: JESUS LOVES YOU MAN!!

Are you a Jesus follower?
Today is the day! It’s the best decision you will ever make!
#100%guaranteed

Read John 3:16 here – http://bit.ly/23IQJw5

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Surf’s Up

Imagine you’re with the disciples. After a long, hot, exhausting day of feeding a few thousand peeps, you guys have been battling 5km’s of back breaking rowing in a storm at night. Then you see this eerie figure walking on the ferocious, fearsome wicked waves coming towards you, screaming something at you. (Remember it’s The Dead of Night). How freaky is that?

Then Peter shouts, “Master, if it’s really you, call me to come to you on the water.” (Matthew 14:28 – http://bit.ly/2ZoWJ0R), and goes for it – leaving the rest of you in the boat

Why? Peter knew Jesus wouldn’t let him down. Do you?

#knowinggod
#doctER

Jesus loves us

Read Luke 7:36-50 (http://bit.ly/2LnCJqZ)

These verses tell the story of a woman with a past (a sinner), who pours a jar of perfume over Jesus’ feet, wetting his feet with her tears and wiping them with her hair. Everyone else judged her – for her past as well as for her actions that day.

Everyone except Jesus.

Jesus has not changed. He still sees people beyond their mistakes; He sees through the masks we put on for the world. Jesus sees our innermost beings, the real us, where we are made in the image of God. And Jesus loves us.

#Godsviewofyou
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Fear of not fitting in…

Being a teenager is often super awkies – most of the time is spent figuring out who you are and who you want to be. Our peers don’t make this season of life any easier. The fear of rejection is real. The pressure to be someone you’re not comes with that fear.

Fear stops us from being the person God sees when He looks at us. Fear stops us from loving ourselves. Fear stops us from knowing that we are accepted – Romans 15:7 (http://bit.ly/2IKoDwU) tells us that we have been accepted by Jesus.

Will you lay your fear at the feet of Jesus today?

Read Proverbs 19:8 (http://bit.ly/2IRKWRx)

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