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Encouraged, Part 5

Sunday, February 12, 2012 Series: Encouraged
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The Encouragement of Extending God's Kingdom
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The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask

There are no stupid questions. Teachers in the classroom often use this didactic phrase to remind us that if we have a question about something, we shouldn’t be afraid to ask. And when it comes to the most important subject of all, the same rule applies. 

As Christians, we can be timid in regards to our questions and doubts about God, the Bible, and living the Christian life. But asking hard questions actually prepares us for our task as followers of Jesus to always be “prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15). At Focal Point, we aren’t afraid to ask tough questions.  And we are firmly committed to studying and searching God’s Word, the authority on truth, for answers.

As a thank you for your gift this month, I would like to send you a copy of an excellent book called The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask.  Author Mark Mittelberg provides answers to tough questions like “How can I trust in Christianity when so many Christians are hypocrites?” and “Why should I think that heaven really exists—and that God sends people to hell?”  You will also find helpful tips for how we can respond to these challenges with truth and grace.  The book even includes a chapter on the questions our friends need us to ask them.      

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Articles by Pastor Mike Fabarez

The Way of Love

1 Corinthians 13 is subtitled "The Way of Love." In this chapter, Paul tells the Corinthians that love is the greatest of the enduring Christian characteristics and without it we are nothing. However, love is not as easy or pleasant as it sounds. It is effortless to say "I love you" but so hard to demonstrate in real life. The Bible calls Christians to love "not with words or speech but with actions and truth" (1 John 3:18).

Thankfulness

Being thankful to God is the essence of worship.
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