Rush Of Fools - "Grace Found Me"

>> Tuesday, June 28, 2011

These are genuinely great guys with an incredible story to tell.  Their hearts for God and their passion for great music is evident in their music.  Their lives are an extension of their lyrics and reveal an awesome God at work through all of life's experiences and difficulties.   I love these men because of who God has molded them into and I'm so grateful that He uses them to invest into my family's life.

Rush Of Fools' song, "Grace Found Me" from their album "We Once Were."
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Love the Body with Brotherly Affection

>> Sunday, June 19, 2011

Romans 12 provides us with one of scripture’s clearest pictures of practical Christ-like living. We see scripture’s exhortation to live a life marked with action. I believe a healthy understanding and practice of these things help us “put to death” the old self and actively “put on” the new self, helps us in the practice of “setting our minds on things above”, helps our transformation by the “renewing of our minds”, helps us to “do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus”.

Here is what scripture teaches us in Romans 12:9-13:
  • Allow love to be genuine
  • Utterly detest evil and hold on to what is good
  • Love the body with brotherly affection
  • Excel in showing honor
  • Activate zeal and show intensity in spirit in service to God
  • Rejoice in hope, patient in tribulation, constant in prayer
  • Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek opportunities for hospitality

In a recent sermon from our Community Pastor at Christ City Church, Johnny Grimes spoke about the significance of gospel community and how vital a healthy understanding and lifestyle of true gospel community is to our daily walk of faith.  Within these identities of gospel community is ingrained the reality that we as believers are family.


2011 SBC Message by Pastor David Platt

>> Thursday, June 16, 2011



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