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May 29, 2015

Can't golf but still want to show your support?  Join us for lunch, raffles, contests, and FREE driving range.

All proceeds from this event benefit the City Mission of Findlay.

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Hebrews 11:6

But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.

 

Basically, it’s common knowledge that to be a follower of Christ, one must have faith.  The biggest obstacle people face is that putting faith into action usually requires leaving our comfort zone.  Virtually anyone mentioned in the Bible whom God has used in greatness, has had to leave a comfort zone and trust God completely.  Hebrews 11 lists some people who have done this: Noah, Abraham, Sarah, and Moses, (Heb. 11:7-24) to name a few.

 

Putting our faith into action requires us to exercise three basic guidelines in our lives:

 

1) Obedience:

We need to obey His commands in order to allow our faith to bear fruit.

 

2) Commitment:

We need to press on and stick with it to the end.

 

3) Determination:

We can’t let anything stand the way of serving God.

 

Mighty things have been accomplished through the people mentioned in Hebrews 11, and they had one thing in common….God took them out of their comfort zone.

Mighty things can happen in your life if you move out of your comfort zone and trust God completely.

 

Heavenly Father, help us to realize the call you have for our lives.  Give us the wisdom and the courage to move out of our comfort zone and trust you in new ways in order to bring glory to you.

In Christ’s name, amen.

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